Welcome to PS 64Q The Joseph P. Addabbo School

Upcoming Events

  • Stalking Awareness Class for Parents

    January is Stalking Awareness Month and united with

    Ms. Kelly (PS51Q), Ms. Cardenas (PS56Q),
    Ms. Taraby (PS63Q), Ms. Reyes (64Q), and
    Ms. Cardona (PS60Q), we will raise awareness.

    This year marks the 17th Annual National Stalking Awareness
    Month (NSAM), an annual call to action to recognize and respond
    to the serious crime of stalking.

    Although stalking is a serious issue that impacts millions of people each year, there is often a dangerous silence around the issue – both within the field of domestic violence and in the broader public. Together, we can change this.

    SOME FACTS ABOUT STALKING:

     A good behavioral definition is a pattern of behavior directed at a
    specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.

     Common stalking behaviors include (but are not limited to): calling
    or texting excessively, following, spreading rumors, surveillance and
    tracking.

     Stalking is directed at a specific individual, not a group. However, stalkers may target other
    people close to the primary victim – like family members or a new boyfriend or girlfriend.

    Join us on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
    as we once again welcome Ms. Enid Ocasio,
    Administrative Community Relations Specialist,
    NYPD to educate us on Stalking Awareness.
    All in attendance will receive a FREE gift!

    Approved by Yassine Aggoub, Principal, 97Q
    Magdaly Saint-Juste, Principal, 51Q
    Megan Gitli, 56Q
    Elizabeth Orsini Fox, Principal (I.A.), 60Q
    Denise DeJesus, Principal, 63Q
    Elizabeth Mitchell, 64Q
    *********************************
    Stalking Awareness with Ms. Enid Ocasio,
    Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 9:00 a.m.
    Let us know if you will be joining us so we can plan accordingly. Email us your
    name, your child’s name and their class. We look forward to hearing from you!

     jreyes223@schools.nyc.gov (64)

    P.S. 64 Q -The Joseph P. Addabbo School
  • WNET Readiness Check Parent Workshop

    The Forest Park School, P.S. 97 Queens
    “We Grow Beautiful Minds and Cultivate Hearts”
    United with Ms. Kelly (PS51Q), Ms. Cardenas (PS56Q), Ms. Taraby (PS63Q),
    Ms. Reyes (64Q), Ms. Cardona (PS60Q), Ms. Vidal (PS66Q), and
    Ms. Bonilla (90Q) we proudly present a series of Parent Learning Experiences
    with the help and support of WNET.

    Ms. Andrea Kelly, Parent Coordinator, PS51Q will share
    her love and passion for this topic. Andrea works with the
    primary grades and knows the importance of being able to
    identify your child’s strengths and where a support is
    needed. Today she shares her knowledge with us.

     With the help of the Readiness Check, we will learn how to help you
    understand your children’s strengths and to identify what support they may
    need with grade-level skills. Visit Be a Learning Hero for the Readiness
    Check in both English and Spanish.

     With the Readiness Check, your child answers 3-5 questions in math and
    reading. At the end, there are fun, free activities and resources you can use
    to help your child at home.

     Share your child’s Readiness Check results with your child’s new teacher to get support right from the
    start and help your child succeed in school.

     According to national research, 90% of parents say their child is
    achieving at or above grade level in math and reading. Yet, only 39% of
    teachers say students start the school year prepared for grade-level work.

     You are the expert on your child and can help make learning exciting!
    Read together about topics that interest your child. Find math in everyday
    life and turn it into a game.

    Join us Thursday, January 27, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. as we learn how to better support our children.

    Approved by Yassine Aggoub, Principal, 97Q Magdaly Saint-Juste, Principal, 51QMegan Gitli, Principal, 56Q Elizabeth Orsini Fox, Principal (I.A.), 60Q
    Denise DeJesus, Principal, 63Q Elizabeth Mitchell, Principal, 64Q
    Helen DeSario, Principal, 66Q Candra Sutherland, Principal (I.A.), 90Q
    *********************************
    Readiness Check - How well do you know your child’s strengths and weaknesses?

    Thursday, January 27, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.

    Let us know if you will be joining us so we can plan accordingly. Email us your
    name, your child’s name and their class. We look forward to hearing from you!

    JReyes223@schools.nyc.gov

    P.S. 64 Q -The Joseph P. Addabbo School
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  • Backwards Day: Wear Your Clothes Backwards

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  • School Closed- Lunar New Year

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Important Information

Letter to families from New York City Schools Chancellor

December 23, 2021

Dear Families,

When I became Chancellor this March, I was deeply moved to have the honor of leading the school system that
I grew up in as a student, sent my children to as a parent, and served throughout my entire career. We are not
only the largest system in the country by far, but also the most extraordinary, thanks to the remarkable diversity
and dedication of our students, families, and educators. I see that especially now, families across the city are
doing all they can to keep communities safe from Omicron.

From day one, we shared the important goal of fully opening our school buildings in September to all students.
That long-awaited homecoming welcomed students back with new support systems to address their social and
emotional needs, a curriculum that reflects their lived experiences, and technology that builds on the lessons we
learned during the pandemic.

As we head into the holiday season and I transition out of my role at the end of this year, I want to thank you for
doing so much to make our homecoming and the first months of this school year safe and successful for
everyone in our schools. This continues to be an extraordinarily challenging time, but your partnership has
enabled our students to thrive as they returned to the community of the classroom, where they learn best. I could
not be more proud or grateful for what we have accomplished together.

I am heartened that my former colleague and friend David Banks will be carrying the torch from me as your
new Chancellor, and know that he will further build on the progress we made for our students.
On my final tour of schools last week, a student said to me, “Thank you for helping me out as a young Black
girl. You set a great example of success as the first Black woman Chancellor, and that gives me more hope than
ever before.” I will always remember the people I met in this role, from that young woman to our incredible
educators and our steadfast support staff who make New York City public schools possible.
I am proud of what we accomplished together for our students and I am hopeful that children like that young
woman are empowered to follow in our footsteps and find success in chasing their dreams.

Happy Holidays and much gratitude to you all!

In partnership,
Meisha Porter
New York City Schools Chancellor

 

 

 

 

SCHOOL-BASED POLICY FOR USE OF CELL PHONES, COMPUTING DEVICES, AND PORTABLE MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS ON SCHOOL PROPERTY

October 2021

Students are permitted to bring the following electronic devices into the school building:

1) cell phones, 2) laptops, 3) tablets, iPads, and other similar computing devices; and 4) portable music

 and entertainment systems.

 

  1. Use of Electronic Devices
  1. During School Day and After-School Programs
  • Electronic devices are not allowed to be used or turned on at any time on school property during the school day or on school trips, unless under the direction/supervision of school staff.
  • Electronic devices are not allowed to be used or turned on at any time on school property during after-school programs, unless under the direction/supervision of school staff.
  1. During State Tests and Practice Tests
    • Electronic devices will not be allowed in the classroom during the administration of a state exam including practice tests.  It is suggested that students leave devices at home on the testing days to facilitate the testing process.
    • Electronic devices will be collected and stored at the school.   Devices will be returned to the student at the conclusion of the state examination or practice test at the end of each testing day.
  2. During School Field Trips
    • Electronic devices are not allowed to be used or turned on at any time during school supervised field trips unless authorized by supervising teachers.
  1. Confiscation

Electronic devices may be subject to confiscation by a school administrator or staff member.  Method of return of confiscated devices will be determined on a case by case basis.  Where appropriate, measures will be instituted in a progressive fashion, which may include:

  • Warning to student to end the use of the electronic device and put it away.
  • Confiscation of the electronic device and return to student at end of school day.
  • Confiscation of device from student and return to parent/guardian following parent conference.
  • Confiscation of device from student and return to parent following student entering into behavioral contract.
  • Revocation of privilege for student to bring device to school. 

 

  1. Discipline

Students who use any electronic device in violation of any provision of the DOE’s Discipline Code, the school’s policy, Chancellor’s Regulation A-413, and/or the DOE’s Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy will be subject to discipline in accordance with the guidance interventions and disciplinary responses set forth in the Discipline Code.

 

  1. Lost / Stolen Electronic Devices

Students are responsible for their electronic devices and should take measures to ensure that their devices are safely stored away in their backpack or pocket.

 

PS 64 IS NOT RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY
ELECTRONIC DEVICES THAT ARE LOST, DAMAGED, OR STOLEN.
The policy set forth in this document was developed by the PS64Q administration
in conjunction with the PS 64Q School Leadership Team.

School Messenger Text Messaging Opt-In Letter

Dear Parents and Guardians,

You can take advantage of our Text Messaging Service Our school will begin to utilize the SchoolMessenger
system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings,
safety alerts and more.

You can participate in this free service just by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to our school’s short code number, 67587.
You can also opt out of these messages at any time by simply replying to one of our messages with “Stop”.

SchoolMessenger is compliant with the Student Privacy PledgeTM, so you can rest assured that your information is safe and will never be given or sold to anyone.

Information on SMS text messaging and Short Codes:

SMS stands for Short Message Service and is commonly referred to as a "text message". Most cell phones support this type
of text messaging. Our notification provider, SchoolMessenger, uses a true SMS protocol developed by the telecommunications industry specifically for mass text messaging, referred to as “short code” texting.

This method is fast, secure and highly reliable because it is strictly regulated by the wireless carriers and only allows access to approved providers.
If you’ve ever sent a text vote for a TV show to a number like 46999, you have used short code texting.

*Terms and Conditions – Message frequency varies. Standard message and data rates may apply. Reply HELP for help. Text STOP to
cancel. Mobile carriers are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages. See schoolmessenger.com/txt for more info.

 

 

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Principal's Contact

Elizabeth Mitchell

82-01 101st Avenue
Queens, NY 11416

Tel:  718-845-8290
Fax:  718-848-0052

Parent Coordinator

Jeiry Reyes

JReyes223@schools.nyc.gov

347-926-3519