P.S. 188Q Summer Newsletter

A Message From Mrs. Figueroa

We are almost there!!! I want to thank each of you for support this year. There have been so many changes this year and we have all preserved!!!! I wish you and your family a safe, healthy and fun summer vacation!!!🌞


If your child is attending a Summer Rising site, please have them bring their DOE issued device. 💻The students will using their devices to access the curriculum this summer.


Mrs. Perez-Fung and I will be at PS/IS 266Q this summer. If you need to reach us, please email us and we will get back to you.


Report cards will be available on June 27th on your child's NYCSA.


Be on the lookout for PTA sponsored play date in August.


Enjoy the summer and I will see everyone on the first day of school, September 8th!!!

📅Upcoming Events

June 20th No School in observance of Juneteenth

June 21st 5th Grade Yearbook Day; K-107 & PreK B9 End of the Year Celebration (10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.); Getting Ready for Summer Parent Workshop @ 9:30 a.m.

June 22nd School Spirit Day--Dress Wacky; 5th Grade Thank You Day; PreK B8 End of the Year Celebration, 4th Grade Parent Workshop "What to Expect Next Year for the Middle School Process" with Mrs. Perez-Fung; Last PTA Meeting for the 2021-2022 School Year 7:00 pm

June 23rd 5th Grade Scavenger Hunt; FINAL Coffee and Conversations with Mrs. Figueroa 10:00 a.m.; K-103 End of the Year Celebration

June 24th School Spirit Day Twin Day; 5th Grade Breakfast; PreK Parent Orientation; PTA Sponsored Movie Night 8 p.m.

June 27th Last Day of School—FULL DAY; School Spirit Day Royal Day-- wear school colors or school shirt; Senior Walk and Student Clap Out; Report Cards available on NYSCA

August 27th PTA Sponsored Summer Play Date

September 8th FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Getting Ready for Summer Parent Workshop

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4th Grade Parents Workshop- What to Expect Next Year with Middle School

Dear 4th Grade Families,

You are cordially invited to a workshop on Wednesday, June 22nd at 9:00 a.m. on “What to Expect Next Year for the Middle School Process.” During this workshop we will let families know how the process worked this year and what to expect for next year. Another workshop will be held in October or November with any updates or changes to the middle school process.

Please click What to Expect Next Year for the Middle School Process to let us know you will be attending.

June Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Newsletter

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📢PTA Movie Night Under the Stars🎥

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📣Read Each Day📚---a Message from Mrs. Nartowicz

As this school year is coming to a close and summer nears, we would like to provide you with some resources to use over the summer to help keep our students’ minds fresh and brain muscles busy. You may have heard the term “summer slippage,” but what is it? Some studies have shown that over the summer, students may lose some of the skills they have learned in reading. However, this is not a guarantee and does not apply to all children. Literacy skills are like muscles💪🏼- the more you use them, the stronger they get. Please encourage your children to continue to read over the next couple of months. Summer is a time where children can reread books, read a new book, listen to audio books, read e-books, novels, magazines, and all other forms of literature that will help work their literacy muscles.📚


Please see below a multitude of summer reading resources and challenges that children can participate in this summer. As a reminder, our children can use the Sora App to "check out" books from the NYC area libraries.

Beat the Summer Slide!

See why all of these reading challenges are so important to your child's academic career!

NYC Public Library Summer Reading List

Take a look at some book suggestions from the NYC Public Library.

Summer Reading Challenges

After searching the internet, I found a library that is doing a fun summer reading challenge. Families can print out by following the website linked above or clicking here. This is a fun way to encourage your child to read.

Earn FREE Books


Students in grades 1 through 6 are eligible to participate in Barnes & Noble’s Summer Reading Program.

  1. Read any eight books this summer and record them on the Summer Reading Journal (paper attached).
    Tell which part of the book was your favorite and why.
  2. Bring your completed journal to a Barnes & Noble store between July 1 and August 31, 2022.
  3. Choose your free reading adventure from the books listed.


Click to access 126443-06BNJournalSheetPrintable.pdf

Scholastic Reading Challenge Fun!

Click here to create an account for Scholastic books and game fun!

More great books!

Find curated list for your next read, from fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, picture books, bilingual and more!

https://youtu.be/xjtPMiumixA

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