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Dear P.S. 184Q Families,
We hope that everyone had a wonderful spring break. It was great to see all of the students back in school on May 1st.  
As shared at the end of this past week, the Safer Access door system has been installed at our school. Beginning Tuesday, May 7th, our main entrance door will be locked outside of entry and dismissal times. All visitors to the school will need to ring the bell, state the reason for visiting and be buzzed into the school. All visitors will still need to present a valid ID, be signed in by our security agent and then proceed to the main office.

Happy Easter to all those who celebrate!
May 6th – May 14th is Teacher Appreciation Week. Take time to thank a teacher/staff member!

Please join us for the following upcoming events:
  • May 9th – Parent Engagement Evening – Log in to find out more information about your child’s upcoming grade. Be on the lookout for the links in child’s Class Dojo and Google Classroom.
    • Session 1
    • 4:30-4:55 PM:  Grade K-1, Music, Computer Project Based Learning
    • 5:00-5:25 PM:  Grade 2-3, PE 
    • 5:30-5:55 PM:  Grade 4-5, ART
    • Session 2
    • 6:00-6:25 PM:  Grade K-1, Music, Computer Project Based Learning
    • 6:30-6:50 PM: Grade 2-3, PE
    • 6:50-7:10 PM: Grade 4-5, ART
  • May 23rd – 5pm- 7pm – Multicultural Night and PTA Food Mania – Come join us for a night of sharing your culture. Show off your cultural clothes. You can even show off a special dance. Share your favorite cultural food. Please fill out the google form to let us know if your child would like to showcase their traditional clothing from their heritage. 
Important Announcement:
  • State Exams – Please make sure that your child has a good night’s sleep and a healthy breakfast before each of their exams.
    • Upcoming State Exam Schedule:
      • Math – Grade 3-4 – May 7 & 8; Grade 5 – May 9 & 10
      • Science – Grade 5 only – May 15
  • Keep Our Children Safe– PLEASE adhere to all traffic and safety laws. Do not double park. Do not triple park. Do not let your child let your child out in the middle of the street. Please respect our neighbors and do not block driveways. 
  • Remote Readiness – Please contact the school if you or your child has difficulty accessing Google Classroom at home.
  • Class Dojo – If you have not done so already, be sure to sign up so that you can get updates from your child’s teacher.
  • Staying Healthy – Please click the link for the DOE’s Health guidance and Tips for staying healthy.
    Our schools work hard to avoid the spread of illnesses at school. This is one of the reasons students are required to get certain vaccines before starting school for the first time.
In Partnership,

Grace Lee-Sim