District 20 Superintendent's Office in collaboration with the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs presents
Virtual Information Session in Arabic
on COVID-19 resources available in NYC
May 28, 2020 3:30 PM
No School on Monday, May 25, 2020.
Happy Memorial Day! Happy Eid!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Information is emerging about Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome, or PMIS, a new health condition appearing in children in New York City and elsewhere, and which may be associated with COVID-19 in children.
The attached letters offer more information about the illness and guidance about when to seek medical care.
To Our Dedicated and Amazing PS 69 Teachers and Staff,
We appreciate you! Thank you for making our school such a special place! Thank you for always encouraging your students to always do their best , dream big and spread kindness and love like the cheerful colors of the rainbow. We hope you feel surrounded by our love and gratitude today and everyday. We look forward to when we can be together again.
Happy National Principal's Day!!
🌈Behind every great school is an Amazing Principal and we are grateful to have you!🌈❤️
PS 69 STRONG❤️🤍💙
We are so happy that you are safe and healthy at home. We are so proud of our Virtual School Community! Remote Learning gives us an opportunity to begin again. We will succeed at PS 69 by working together joyfully even when we are apart. Remember, what we learn with joy, we never forget! Our beautiful students inspire us with their smiling faces in this video and send wishes of peace, love and happiness to all. Together, we've got this!
We love you!
Mrs. Capetanakis, Mrs. Yenzer and Mrs. Fernandes
We hope everyone is safe and healthy! We are so proud of the work everyone is doing to make Remote Learning at PS 69 successful. The current health crisis may feel like a storm is passing through. But, remember, after every storm there is a rainbow. We are happy to share our rainbows of hope for brighter days when we can be together again. You will even find a picture of an actual rainbow that was spotted above the School Yard at PS 69 and we look forward to seeing rainbows over us all! The photos sent in are set to the song entitled, "What the World Needs Now Is Love." Just like the story "I am Love" that Mrs. Capetanakis' recorded on her Classroom Page, "Love is connection" and "With love, we will weather any storm...together!" We love you P.S. 69 School Community!
Sent with All Our Love,
From Mrs. Capetanakis, Mrs. Yenzer and Mrs. Fernandes
To our Students and Families,
We are so proud of you and our virtual school community. We are keeping calm, staying wise and always being kind to each other. Even though we are apart, we are still working together and that is something to celebrate! We want you to smile and have fun dancing together with us when you watch this video!
Mrs. Capetanakis, Mrs. Yenzer & Mrs. Fernandes
Suggested Student Remote Learning Schedule
8:00-9:00 Daily Check in and Reading on myON
9:00-12:00 Word Study, Reading, Writing, Math, SETSS, ESL and Cluster
1:00-2:20 Complete independent work that was assigned. If done, write an entry in your writing journal and/or read on myON.
NYC School Survey
Your School. Your Child. Your Voice.
Every year, all parents, teachers, and students in grades 6-12 take the NYC School Survey. The survey helps school leaders understand what key members of their school community think about the learning environment at their school. The information captured by the survey is designed to support a dialogue among all members of the school community about how to make the school a better place to learn.
Complete the NYC School Survey by June 26
"The Kindness Tree"
Groundswell Community Mural Project in collaboration with NYC Council Member Carlos Menchaca and PS 69 Vincent D. Grippo School
This project was made possible by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the NYC City Council.