Autism Awareness, Family Resources, PS255 at PS7, PTA, School-wide Events

P255Q Family Fun Night 2019!

Family Fun Night is an annual celebration of our P255q community. Our PTA works tirelessly to create a night where our school’s families and staff can come together for an evening filled with joy and camaraderie, reminiscence and creating new memories. Among the activities attendees were able to enjoy were dancing, a magic show, face painting, food, ice cream, and a raffle at the end of the evening!

 

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P255Q @ PS 7 Attends the 3rd Annual District 75 Social Studies Fair

PS7 Class X01 created and presented their project entitled “The City that Never Sleeps” during the 3rd Annual District 75 Social Studies Fair held at the New York Historical Society. The project was led by the collaboration between Ms. Arminda Crisostomo and Ms. Calianne Botsaris with the help of Ms. Tiffany Bejarano and Ms. Frimy Parola. The students were accompanied by Ms. Mary Ellen Barnes and Ms. Yubis Lopez.

In this project, the students learned how NYC evolved over time by comparing and contrasting images of past and present New York City. They also made dioramas to highlight the differences between NYC Then and Now. Students researched information about the buildings and constructed a time line to show the order in which the buildings were built. They also used circuits to light up the Empire State Building. Students used bubble maps, double bubble maps, flow maps and bridge maps to organize the information they had learned about New York City.

 

As students made their way to the other schools’ exhibits around the five boroughs of New York City using their passports, they explored and learned different Social Studies topics. It was truly a fun and engaging day filled with knowledge and hands-on learning!

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Election Day Paraprofessional Training

On Tuesday, November 6, paraprofessional staff from each site gathered at PS 154 for a half-day of training. The day began with a Back to Basics PowerPoint by Coach Vernice Borleo and 397 Coordinator Katie McLaughlin. Speech Teachers, Occupational Therapists, and Physical Therapists from each site created presentations to refresh the staff on best practices from their respective disciplines as well. Throughout the AM sessions, the paraprofessionals were engaged, entertained, and rewarded for their participation!

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P255Q @ PS 128
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P255Q @ PS 7
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P255Q @ PS 307
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P 255Q @ PS 154
PS255 at PS7

P7 Camp Day!

 

P7 OTs and PTs created an exciting obstacle course in the gym with a tunnel, row boat, tent and a campfire to eat some yummy marshmallows!

Speech teachers created a fun summer camp photo booth!  The students had fun being silly with the props!

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On Water Day, the students played in the sprinkler, went fishing, blew some bubbles, and had fun wetting each other with the water squirters. 

Our kids and staff had so much fun!!

PS255 at PS7

Made By Milk – Support PS255Q!

Made BY MIlk

The students at our PS7 site have participated in the Made by Milk contest, by using milk containers to create a train.

We entered the train into the contest and NOW need your help in helping us win.
First prize is $5000 for the school, and we hope to use this money to buy IPads for the classroom.

Please go to the website – www.madebymilkcontest.com and click on the box that says All Grade Levels. Click on the down arrow and hit elementary school 1-5. Our school is listed as PS255Q@PS7 and the name of our train is the PS255Q EXPRESS. On the bottom of the picture, you will see a box that says, “Vote for this entry”. Click on the box to vote. After you vote, the picture of our train with a checkmark will appear, letting you know your vote was counted.

Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,

Ms. Gwen, Ms. Jessica, and Ms. Valerie