History begins tomorrow!
On Saturday May 1, for the first-time parents will have the ability to make a direct impact in our school community by voting in the Education Council Elections.
To vote, you will need a NYC Schools Account with at least one student registered. If you do not have an account, click here to sign up . If you need help signing up for an account, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will guide you through the process.
Community and Citywide Education Councils give parents a strong voice in NYC education. Voting in these elections gives you the opportunity to help determine how that voice is used.
Watch a short video online for more information Here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdv-7uofGJFdLD-n0uvhAfnU-egdaSs9B
You can also check out videos in different languages on How To Vote for CEC:
Please join the PTA Meeting and elections
Friday, May 7, 2021 at 8:45 a.m.
Virtual via Zoom
Please register in advance for this meeting:
Call to Order:
PTA Executive Board:
Mandatory: President, Recording Secretary, Treasurer
Non-mandatory: Vice President, Fundraiser, Public Relations Liaison
School Leadership Team: PTA President & 4 parent positions
Title 1 Parent Advisory Council: 3 parent positions: Chair, Secretary, Treasurer
Picture Retake Day, May 18th
chool Closed: Eid Al-Fitr – Thursday, May 13, 2021
Memorial Day – Monday, May 31, 2021
Principal’s Report – Ms. Culkin:
Parent Coordinator – Ms. Francisco:
Visit our School website: www.ps176.org for more information and calendar of events PS176PTA@gmail.com
Dear Parent, April 21, 2021
10 days from now we’re going to make history!
On May 1st, for the first time, parents will have the ability to make an impact in our school community by voting in the Education Council Elections.
You will need an NYC Schools Account at www.mystudent.nyc , with all your students linked to be able to vote. If you do not have an account, click above link to sign up. If you need help signing up to NYCSA please email email@example.com and I will guide you through the process.
Community and Citywide Education Councils provide parents with a strong voice in NYC education. Voting in these Elections gives you the opportunity to help determine how that voice is used.
¡En diez días vamos a hacer historia!
El sábado 1 de mayo, por primera vez, los padres tendrán la oportunidad de tener un impacto directo en nuestra comunidad escolar al votar en las elecciones de los Consejos de Educación.
Para votar, van a necesitar una cuenta de “NYC Schools Account”, con todos sus hijos asociados a dicha cuenta. Si no tiene una cuenta, haga clic aquí http://www.mystudent.nyc
Si necesita ayuda para inscribirse en NYCSA, envíe un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org y lo guiaré a través del proceso.
Los Consejos de Educación de la Comunidad y de la Ciudad empoderan a los padres y les dan una voz contundente en el sistema educativo de la Ciudad de Nueva York.
Votar en estas elecciones les brinda la oportunidad de ayudar a determinar y usar su voz.
您將需要用 www.mystudent.nyc ( 紐約市學校帳戶 )，所有學生都鏈接在帳戶才能投票。 如果您沒有帳戶，請單擊以上鏈結。 如果您在註冊NYCSA方面需要幫助，請電郵 email@example.com，我們將指導您完成整個過程。
Summer is about to get a whole lot more exciting for students!
Beginning on Monday, April 26, New York City families can start signing up for Summer Rising, the City’s free summer program for any child in grades K–12 who wants to participate.
Summer Rising combines the strength of the NYC Department of Education’s academics with the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development’s school-based enrichment programming to help create bridges back to school this fall. And it gives parents peace of mind as they return to work.
Summer Rising is available in every neighborhood. Programs for students in grades K-8 will be full day, in-person experiences that will be run by local school leaders and trusted community-based organizations in safe and supportive environments. Each program will offer academic support, arts, and recreation, and staff members will be prepared to respond to students’ social and emotional needs. Summer Rising programs will also offer students local field trips to parks, pools, and other enriching outdoor venues that are educational and in accordance with State health and safety guidelines.
All Summer Rising programs will follow rigorous health and safety protocols, including social distancing and mask wearing, and every location will have access to testing, nursing support, and a telehealth call center. In addition, breakfast, lunch, and a snack will be served to each student.
For more information about Summer Rising, visit the Summer page on our website. To register beginning on April 26, visit https://discoverdycd.dycdconnect.nyc/home.
For translated letters, please visit: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/news/chancellor-s-message-for-families
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New York City Student Account setup directions:
Letter from New York City Department of Education Chancellor Meisha Porter
Translated letters are available here: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/news/chancellor-s-message-for-families
Creating a Successful Learning Environment at Home Workshop Series from DOE Parent University:
Citywide Education Council Forums Invitation:
AhHa!Broadway is offering Summer Musical Theatre Camp in July, for ages 9-17.
Please click below link for more information: https://ahhabroadway.org/summer-theatre-camp/
Remote Learning Device Request
As of January 12, 2021 this form is for school staff to use on behalf of families. If you are a parent of a student in need of a device, please contact your school. Use Find a School and click on the General Information section of the school details to get the contact information for your school’s staff.
During remote and blended learning, schools should work with families to determine their device and connectivity needs to maximize student participation and match devices in their inventory to meet student needs. The DOE continues to lend internet-enabled iPads and hotspots to students and will fill requests for devices that come from schools on behalf of families.
School staff should use this Remote Learning Device (RLD) form to request a device for a NYC student if your school does not have inventory on-hand to fill the request. Please work with the family to fill out the request and ensure that the family understands the Student Device Agreement.
Devices will be distributed to your school.
Technical support for family