Health Screening Resources

 

– Health Screening Questionnaire Link (Click Here)

– D.O.E Employee & Students Sign In (Click Here)

 

 

Health Screening At Home

When you do the health screening at home, you or your child need to provide the results of the screening either by showing the email on a smartphone or a printout of the results before entering the school building.  ALL blended learning students will receive an oral thermometer in their first week of in-person instruction in case you need one to check your child’s temperature at home.

– Health Screening At Home Document Link (Click Here)

 

Notices

 

*For the latest Parent notices, please check our parent’s tab, or click here to go there directly.

 

Title One Meeting

*Please download both documents below for this meeting

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100% remote to Blended

Monday, November 2 – Sunday, November 15: Blended Learning Opt-In Window for Families 

    • Families requesting to change from 100% remote to blended learning should complete and submit the Learning Preference survey during this window.  
    • Schools will be able to review individual students’ updated learning preference on a rolling basis during this window.  
    • During this time, Superintendents, Executive Superintendents and Central DOE will begin supporting schools to ensure as many students as possible are accommodated for blended learning. 
    • Weeks of November 30 & December 7:  Students Begin In-Person Learning 
****Please note that by switching preferences, the students schedule and teachers will change****

 

November’s Blended In-Person Learning Schedule

Chancellor Update For Families

 

Bell Schedule

 

Trauma- Informed Care Parent Resources

Trauma 101 Webinar: In the spring of 2020, the DOE facilitated Trauma 101 sessions for parent coordinators and family-facing staff.  A recording of the Trauma 101 session is available; the password is Face2020.

NYC Well: Free, confidential mental-health services are available 24/7 in over 200 languages. Support is available by calling 888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355), texting “WELL” to 65173, or via online chat at nyc.gov/nycwell.

 Help Now NYC: Employment resources, food assistance, health and medical assistance, emotional support and spiritual care are available through Help Now NYC.

COVID-19 Resources for Students and Families: This DOE info sheet includes helpful articles, resources, and activities for supporting student and adult wellness. COVID-19-specific articles and social-emotional resources for families are posted on the DOE Crisis page, as well as these crises support resources posted on the InfoHub.
For trauma-informed care questions, email DivisionOfSchoolClimateAndWellness@schools.nyc.gov.

Internet Deals

Verizon Deal

Spectrum Deal

Altice Deal

 

Learning Bridges Program for Blended Learners

 

 

District 21 Remote Contact Information

Healthy Halloween Family Letter

Updates for families on COVID-19 testing

 

School Testing Letter From Principal

 

Student COVID-19 testing consent form.

Remote learning resource document (Updated Posted 21st Sep).

*** Looking to obtain your child’s user id & password? Click on the document image below to get all relevant details.***

– If you need help getting an NYC Schools Account and need your child’s creation code, please contact Ms. Barrow our Parent Coordinator. You can email at MBarrow22@schools.nyc.gov or call at 347-309-9318.

 

 

If you plan for your children to continue with 100% remote instruction for the

2020-2021 school year, you must complete this extremely important survey for

the NYC Department of Education, as this will be used by the I.S. 303 staff to

plan accordingly for the upcoming school year.

This fall, your child’s school will offer a combination of in-person and remote learning. You can choose from two options:

1. 100% Remote Learning: Opt in to have your child learn 100% remotely (all online, from home).  To choose this option for your child, fill out and submit this form HERE. If you are having difficulties completing this form online, call 311.

OR

2. Combination of In-Person and Remote Learning: Your child can follow their school’s schedule, a mix of in-person days at school and remote learning days from home. To choose this option, no action is needed: your school will be in touch about its schedule and programming plans in the coming weeks. Please visit the Return to School 2020 pages on the website for more information.

***Please note if you decide to keep them home for 100% remote instruction, there will be other opportunities during the school year to change your preference and send them in part time.***

Please let us know immediately which of these two options you will choose by completing the Learning Preference Survey or call 718-935-2200 by August 7 so we can plan accordingly.

Direct link to survey.

 

Information on Coronavirus and Remote Learning

Come Join the District 21 Celebrates Virtual June, 2020 

Please take our very IMPORTANT “Return to School 2020-2021 Survey” by June 19, 2020. Your voice COUNTS! 

For more information and updates about the Coronavirus disease please click here. 

If you need help getting an NYC Schools Account and need your child’s creation code. Please contact Ms. Barrow, our Parent Coordinator. You can email at MBarrrow22@schools.nyc.gov or call at 347-309-9318.

For any Questions about Getting Technology please call (718) 935-5100 (Press # 5) or Click here. 

 

For free school meals, please click here.

 

 

Message from the Principal                                                         

I’d like to extend to all of our students, families and friends a warm welcome to our virtual classrooms. Administrators, teachers and staff have worked very hard to ensure that  even in the midst of all the changes we’ve all endured, there is stability and continuity in the instruction delivered via our professionals here at IS303. This has been a clear example of not only beginning with the end in mind but also putting first things first. We all synergized and proactively supported each other to make virtual classrooms a reality at our school.

As the instructional leader, my message to parents and students is a very simple one- stay safe, healthy and focused. Now more than ever we will rely on our parents who are our partners to ensure that they supervise that our students are logging on and completing assignments. We will continue teaching and our children will continue learning via. We are extremely excited about this new venture and we look forward to seeing the beautiful opportunities this will yield.  Seeking first to understand then to be understood will be critical to working together and learning from each other. I’m sure our students will share with teachers some of their skills and knowledge using online platforms which will only make our offerings better.Our motto continues to stand true now more than ever “High Expectations, Children First, No Excuses.”  There is no better time to put first things first than now! Together we will accomplish our very important mission of educating our students and it is up to each and everyone of us to get this done.

Finally, please remember to sharpen the saw while still practicing social distancing. We want to all stay healthy and keep our family members healthy. Take care of yourselves and never forget that here at 303 it is our pleasure to serve YOU.

 

Special Education Parent Letter

Read the letter here (In your preffered lanaguage)

 


303 Voices Speak

During this extremely trying time, I would like to wish everybody health and peace. It may seem daunting with the current situation in the country and especially New York City, but one should not lose faith. Use these days at home as a way to self reflect, build a stronger resolution and begin a better chapter coming out of this pandemic. With every great energy you encounter, pay it forward and the good karma will come back to you in a positive cycle. Continue to check on each other and offer compassion ,since everyone is not as fortunate, but they can be as loved and respected.

Be well and see you all soon.

Mr. Armondo

 

Dear Students,

It has been almost a month since we have seen each other.  I hope you are well and doing the best under such difficult conditions.  After this pandemic settles, you will notice what amazing and resilient people you have become and I, for one, cannot wait to meet the NEW you!  My prayer remains for you and your family to stay well, stay home and stay safe!

Forever Friends,

Ms. Angela

 

Dear Students

Today will never come again.

Be a blessing.  Be a friend.

Encourage someone.

Take time to care. Let your words heal, and not wound.

Ms. Debbie

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