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The PS 196 Parents Association is working with School Pak to give families the opportunity to purchase their children’s school supplies for the September 2017 – June 2018 school year.
If you are interested, below is the link for parents to use to order their supplies, there a list for boys and a list and girls for each grade.
The deadline to order is July 12th. The supplies will be delivered to your home.
It is a great way to get the supplies your children need for September 2017, simple and easy.
Adam Gidwitz, author extraordinaire, has established quite a fan base here at PS 196Q since his visit with fifth graders on December 5th, 2016. Thus, it isn’t any wonder how quickly word spread of his most recent achievement. On January 23rd, 2017, Adam Gidwitz received one of the highest awards in children’s literature in the U.S — a Newbery Honor! Mr. Gidwitz received this honor for his fifth book, The Inquisitor’s Tale.
Fascination with Mr. Gidwitz and his books all began with Gidwitz’s captivating, and dare I say, gory, presentations of his retellings of the original Grimm Brothers stories. Since his visit, “Gidwitz” and “Grimm” seem to have become household names at PS 196Q as copies of Mr. Gidwitz’s books continue to fly off library and classroom shelves!
Congratulations Adam Gidwitz!
During her January Data-Tech meeting, Ms. Koatz, assistant principal, showed parents all the information that was available to them if they logged onto their child’s NYC Schools Account.
In addition to the current school year’s grades and attendance, historical attendance and last year’s grades are available to parents in NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) at mystudent.nyc.
• Parents now have the option of viewing current or past years’ data using the “Grades” and “Attendance” icons.
• For “Grades,” the “Past” data tab shows final report card grades for a student, across NYCDOE schools.
• For “Attendance,” the “Past” data tab shows the number of days a student was absent, the number of days he/she was late, and the student’s percentage of attendance for each year.