PS150Q International Family Festival: Tonight’s the night! (Free Event)

6pm: Bring your favorite dish to the cafeteria to share with our school community (this is optional, but appreciated!). Upon arrival, index cards will be available to label your dish.

6:15-7:00pm: All attendees can pick-up a plate and enjoy this diverse buffet style meal in the blue area with fellow members of our PS150Q family.

7:15-7:45pm: Adjourn to the Auditorium for an amazing and diverse vocal performance.

District 30 PTA Workshop Open to Parents

District 30 cordially invites you to

Participate at our upcoming PA/PTA Workshop

It’s a big Job, Let’s make it fun!

PA/PTA Executive Board

Fiscal Management

Where: I.S. 145

When: October 26, 2015

Time: 9:30 am

33-34 80TH Street

Jackson Height, NY 11372

OR

Time: 6:00 pm

Where: District 30 Office

28-11 Queens Plaza North

Room 510

Long Island City, New York 11101

All are welcome!

It is important that you pre-register. For further information or to register,

please e-mail Bandna Sharma at bsharma@schools.nyc.gov or call

718.391.6122 or 8390

PA PTA workshop 2015 Flyer

PTA Meeting, Wednesday April 15 at 6:30 pm

PTA Meeting Agenda

April 15, 2015

6:30 pm

Join us for a PTA pizza party!

 

Call to order

  • Treasurer’s report
  • Updates
    • Gifted and Talented tours
    • Earth Day (April 22)
    • Math state tests (April 22 – 24)
    • Conversations with the Principal (April 29th)
    • PTA Executive Board election (May 13, 6:30 pm during Parent Teacher Conference)
  • Guest Speaker: Immigration resources
  • Guest Speaker: Health insurance resources
  • Principal’s report
  • New Business: Votes
    • Spring Dance: Decorations, DJ, pizza and drinks ($600)
    • Worm workshop for second grade
    • Rights to school play ($600)
  • School Leadership Team


Adjournment

December 17 PTA Meeting Agenda

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PTA Meeting Agenda

December 17, 2014

6:30 pm

Call to order

  • Treasurer’s report
  • New Business / Expenses to be voted on:
    • Legos for Parent Engagement Tuesdays ($200)
    • Costumes for 5th Grade play
    • Headphones/earphones for special ed speech ($150)
    • Holiday annex decorations ($175)
  • Guest Speaker: Officer Holland (subject to availability)
  • Updates
    • Picture make up day (Jan. 13th)
    • Winter Dance (Jan. 16th)
    • Sports Day (Jan. 30th)
    • Fifth grade play
  • Volunteer Opportunities
    • Costume makers and construction for 5th grade play
    • Chess in the Schools: January 24th, Saturday
  • Principal’s report
  • School Leadership Team
  • Title One update
  • Adjournment

Agenda de junta del PTA

Diciembre 17 2014

6:30 pm

Orden de llamada

  • Reporte del tesorero/a
  • Negocios y gastos nuevos a votación

– Legos para uso entre padres e hijos, los martes ($200)

– Disfrazes para una obra de teatro del 5to. grado

– Auriculares y audífonos para educación especial del habla ($150)

– Decoraciones por festividades para el edificio Annex ($175)

  • Orador invitado: Oficial Holland (dependiendo de su disponibilidad)
  • Información nueva

– Día para retomarse las fotografías (Enero 13)

– Baile de invierno (Enero 16)

– Día de deportes (Enero 30)

– Obra de teatro del 5to. grado

  • Oportunidades de voluntariado

– Confeccionistas de disfrazes y constructores para el escenario para la obra del 5to. grado

– Ajedrez en la escuela (Sábado, Enero 24)

– Reporte de la Principal

– Grupo de liderazgo escolar

  • Título uno renovado
  • Cierre/ Conclusión

 

PTA Meeting Sept. 17th, Wednesday 08:15 am

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Agenda for PTA General Assembly Meeting: September 17, 2014, 08:15 am, at the Main Building

Introductions: Parent Coordinator and PTA:  How each helps at P.S. 150

  • Parent Coordinator:  Ms. Geneva Pate
  • PTA President:  Sean O’Connell

Treasurer’s Report

Upcoming Events

  • Great American Fundraiser (Oct 1 – 17th)
  • Picture Day
  • Chess in the school

Votes on Expenses

  • School t-shirts
  • Recess equipment (approximately $1,000)
  • Arts For Recess
  • Garden to Cafe supplies (approximately $2,000)
  • Art department and chorus department (approximately $250 – 300 quarterly)

Principal’s report

SLT (School Leadership Team) report

New business

  • Title I
  • Volunteer Opportunities

Adjournment

 

Appreciation Dinner June 19th

Please join

Community District Education Council 30

 

Thursday, June 19, 2014

5th Floor Conference Room

28-11 Queens Plaza North

Long Island City, NY 11101 

6:30PM

 

Join us welcome CDEC 30’s newest members:

Victoria Medelius

Elba Santiago

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Special Award:

Irving Torres, Student Member

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Quarterly Meeting with District 30

PA/PTA Elected Officers 

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Public Comment:

Superintendent Evaluation

Book Swap at The Annex

Recycled Book Drive, May 30

Why: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…and Read!

What: Bring in any gently used children’s book from home

and receive a book for free (these must be your own books, not library or school books).

Where: PS 150 Annex

When: Friday, May 30th

How: Bring in your book(s) during your lunch period

to receive a ticket. Each ticket will allow you to choose another used book for free.

Please contact the PTA if you would like to volunteer or if you have any questions (718-784-2252 ext 1551 or ps150Qpta@gmail.com).

 

A Parent’s Guide To Common Core Learning

Click here to download “A Parent’s Guide to Common Core Learning”  by the New York State PTA.

The guide explains the purpose and goals of implementing Common Core standards as well as offers tips on what parents can do to prepare their children.

Reprinted below is the Resources page of the guide.

Resources■ National Parent Teacher Association offers grade-by-grade guides for Common Core State Standards. Available in English and Spanish for K-8 and grades 9-12. Download at www.pta.org/parents/content.cfm?ItemNumber=2583

■ New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) has a special section on its website for Common Core materials. Go to www.nysut.org/commoncore

■ The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) offers grade-by-grade activities, explanations,and parent letters for Common Core. Go to www.aff.org/issues/standards/webinarcfm

AFT also offers a Common Core brochure for parents of English language learners. Go to www.aff.org/pdfs/teachers/ColorinColorado_CCSS_Iinks.pdf

■ National Education Association (NEA) offers input from a panel of educators in “Six Ways the Common Core is Good for Students.” Go to www.neatoday.org/2013/05/10/six-ways-the-common-core-is-good-for-students/

■ New York State Education Department has posted Common Core materials at www.EngageNY.org

 

PTA Meeting Review June 14th

The final PTA Meeting for the school year 2011 – 2012 was held on Thursday, June 14th. Thank you, Scott Grodesky and Oumih Francis for your dedication, effort and upstanding service – you have been an inspiration to parents and teachers. With the camaraderie you’ve instilled, we can look forward to the 2012 – 2013 school year in great spirit.

The review is as follows:

* The treasurer’s report detailed expenses which included the 5th Grade trip, a floor A/C unit for the school’s copier room and Field day equipment expenses. Carnival showed a profit of over $286 dollars, after all. For Spring Carnival 2013, we hope to close off 41 street to set up booths for vendors – the potential income generated from that will help offset the costs for the rides, extending the event for the community as well as the school.

* Parents’ votes were necessary to move on expenditures over five-hundred dollars. Those items were: new flutes for the music band, instruments for the Annex, a cash reserve for the Recess committee and a cash reserve for “Micro Grants” for special projects a teacher may wish to implement. All proposals were approved by the parents who attended the meeting.

* The allocated emergency fund for a substitute teacher stipend was not needed and returned to the cash balance.

* With a flat screen TV donated by a parent, PS 150 has experimented with an information terminal. The idea is to have terminals throughout the school, in the lobby, cafeteria and annex to provide information on upcoming events. If you have a flat screen TV that you would like to donate to the PTA, please contact us at (718) 784-2252 Ext. 1551 or email: ps150Qpta@gmail.com.

* Principal Ms. Parache stressed the importance of parents to keep up the reading and writing during the summer break. She also announced that the proposal for the 25th and 26th as non-attendance days was NOT approved by the Board of Education – P.S. 150Q will be open regular attendance hours.

* Please visit the newly revamped PS 150Q website. Mr. Espinoza has done a fantastic job of making the site easy to navigate, highly informative and useful. Links and downloads are available and a school supply list is expected to post as well – check it out. https://sites.google.com/site/ps150queens/

* The School Leadership Team (SLT) will be enclosing a letter with advice on healthy eating. While the summer break means plenty of outdoor activity and exercise, be sure to enhance their growth with a healthy, balanced diet full of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and protein. Also, remember to hydrate with plenty of water!

* The proposal for a cot in the nurses station at the annex was thwarted with many concerns. From regulations to hygiene to space, providing a cot in the annex is too complicated to fulfill. Instead, we are looking into the possibility of a comfortable chair that an ill child can rest in until pickup.

* Committees for recess and fundraising will be replaced with having a key person in charge of a particular project. If you have ideas, opinions and would like to be involved, please contact us – your help would be tremendously appreciated.

* We recognize and celebrate the diversity of our community and try to make every effort to reach and involve parents of all cultures. Our greatest challenge is communication. Our plea is to call on parents who will interpret in their native language and otherwise represent their fellow nationals. We urgently need Spanish and all Asian language speakers. You do not need to be fluent in English yourself, just willing to make a difference in your child’s education.

* The Q & A session brought up a request for parents to sit in on SLT meetings. The SLT meeting schedule is posted on their board, which is located next to the office. While parents are welcome to sit in, they are technically not be permitted to enter the discussion.

* The SES Tutoring through Title One is expected to continue in 2013, however, whether BiNet will remain as the service provider is not confirmed.