Walk with Sunnyside Woodside MSP at St. Pat’s Parade For All

Hi Parents,

As many of you may already know, there is a community movement to try to get a public middle school on the north side of Queens Blvd. There is a Facebook page dedicated to this group’s efforts: Sunnyside Woodside MSP, we have been told there are allocated funds in the budget for a school but a location has been difficult to find and solidify. One possible location is the area behind Lou Lodati park; this was the proposed location for the firehouse that did not go through.

We need to remind our politicians and the community we still need a school and we have hundreds of kids in the neighborhood that would benefit.

The Sunnyside Woodside MSP group is trying to gather as many parents and children to parade with them at the St. Pat’s For All parade on Sunday. Please please walk with us. The more parents and children the better! We need to show Van Bramer our kids count, build here, not Long Island City!

St. Pat’s For All Parade
Please meet at 43rd Street and Skillman Avenue
Sunday, March 6 at 1PM

It will be fun! Balloons for the kids!

Hope to see you there.

Free Summer Camp for 6th – 8th Graders thru August 20th


open to all 6th, 7th and 8th graders
Monday to Thursday,
NOW through August 20
Exciting trips and on-site enrichment activities!
Two convenient locations!
Sunnyside Community Services
43-31 39th Street, Sunnyside


I.S. 5 (Walter Crowley Middle School)

50-40 Jacobus Street, Elmhurst

To register: call 347.849.2187Jhramirez@scsny.org

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Can Food Drive

PS 150Q Can Food Drive ends this Friday, November 21st. Our 2nd grade students are trying to reach their goal of 1,000 cans – please make it happen!

Collection boxes are set up in the Main Building by the Lost and Found area. Please drop off as many cans as possible – help our 2nd graders reach their goal and help the hungry.

Your support and participation is appreciated by all.

Public Hearing Tonight – Sept. 23rd

A public hearing is being held on September 23rd to solicit comments regarding Success Academy’s proposal to open 14 new charter schools, including schools in our district, District 30.  Last year, District 30’s CEC passed a resolution opposing charter co-locations because of their detrimental impact.  This public hearing is open to anyone interested in voicing their opinion on the matter.

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