OUR SCHOOL VISION
P.S. 184Q is a dedicated community of life-long learners. Students, staff and families work together and support one another in accomplishing the critical and challenging goal of preparing all students for life in the real world, including college and career. We incorporate the use of technology, and connect curriculum and standards to authentic, diverse real life experiences, in a nurturing and welcoming, environment. We engage and challenge all students to use their individual strengths and talents to make a variety of positive contributions to the school community and the community at large, resulting in an improved modern world for all.
Dear P.S. 184Q Families, We would like to thank the PTA for a successful picture day this past week. We look forward to seeing how all of the photos turned out! Coming up later this month is Unity Day, Wednesday October 18th. Students and staff will be invited to wear Orange to show unity for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Please click the following for the Chancellor’s regulations for Respect for All, available in 10 languages: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/school-environment/respect-for-all/respect-for-all-handouts. Please click the following for a link to the NYC DOE Discipline Code here, available in 10 languages: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/know-your-rights/discipline-code. Also, available is the NYC DOE Health and Wellness resources here: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/health-and-wellness/staying-healthy Additionally, in an effort to celebrate the cultures and heritage of all of our students and staff, this week, we will be sending home a letter
Dear P.S. 184Q Families, Thank you to the PTA for a fun Back to School event this past Tuesday! It was wonderful to see the children having fun, doing crafts and smiling as they ate their Italian ices. Keep out Children Safe! Traffic Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility! Please be sure to obey all traffic laws when you drop off your children in the morning and pick them up after school. Avoid double parking and dropping off your child in the middle of the street, rather than at the curb. Consider parking your car a block or two away and walking to the school. The responsibility of keeping our children safe on the way to school and going home belongs to all of us! We wish everyone celebrating Yom Kippur an easy
Interim Acting Superintendent Dr. Michael Dantona invites you to his Fall 2023 Listening to Learn Tour. He will meet with as many community & family members, students, and staff as possible. This tour will include many chances, both in-person and virtual, for the voices of District 25 to be heard. Help us deepen our strong roots with your feedback!