Fall Fun at P255Q

We have had such an amazing start to the school year! Everyone has been busy making new friends and settling into their new routines. Our school theme was Government and we learned all about rules, leaders and good citizenship. We also had many traditional fall activities such as pumpkin painting, leaf art and trick-or-treating. HereContinue reading “Fall Fun at P255Q”

January Greetings

To all P255Q Community Members,                                                                   Hello and welcome to 2019. Winter is here, though we have yet to have had major snow, the wind has been blowing and temperatures are quite frigid. With the new season, our school curriculum has shifted onto our new area of focus, Physical Science. Students will focus on aContinue reading “January Greetings”

December Parent Support Group

The Parent Support Group welcomed parents and guardians from across the eight sites to come together and take some well deserved time for themselves during this busy month. Families were able to create a fun festive craft while chatting, getting to know each other and sharing some treats. It was a great morning! Our next daytime Parent Support group willContinue reading “December Parent Support Group”

Congratulations VSA Winners!

Two of our very talented students, Yusuf Sayedy and Alexandra Martinez-Narcia’s  artwork was selected for the 2019 VSA NYC Calendar by Marquis Studios. Marquis Studios is an arts education organization that publishes a calendar every year to feature the work of our most talented student artists.  On Dec. 5th our students  went to receive their awardsContinue reading “Congratulations VSA Winners!”

A letter from our new Assistant Principal

Dear Parents and Families: I am honored to have been chosen to become the next assistant principal at P255Q. I began my educational career as a 1:1 paraprofessional for students with autism. Soon thereafter, I was hired as a literacy coverage teacher for P255Q in February, 2009. I then taught in both 6:1:1 and 8:1:1Continue reading “A letter from our new Assistant Principal”