PS/IS 128 Queens

Dear Families,

To assist you with the creation of a google classroom account, your child's teacher will be emailing you your child's login and password, which will be needed to create an account. If you do not receive an email, please email the teacher for the information. You can find the teacher's email address on their web page or on our Teacher Directory .

The default format of your child's email, would be their first initial and their full last name @psis128.com. Example: (pchim@psis128.com)

Make sure to use this email to access Google Classroom, as private Google accounts may not have full access to the learning materials.

Below, please find documents to assist you with the creation of the account.

How to log on to Google Classroom Final.pdf
navigating and joining google classroom.mp4

March 20, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians:

On Monday, March 23, 2020, PS/IS 128 will launch its remote learning platform in grades K to 8. Although this is a new way of providing instruction for our students, our staff has made every effort to ensure that our google classrooms effectively support your child's academic needs. I want to reiterate, however, that since this method of teaching is new to all of us, there will be some adjustments made along the way. As our teachers become more familiar with the program, the method of teaching and utilization of google classroom will evolve. Please understand, therefore, that it will be a learning process for everyone during the early stages of implementation.

I hope that you are all doing well and are all adjusting to our current situation. As always, I thank you for your patience and understanding.

‎Sincerely,

Camillo V. Turriciano

Principal

March 17, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Although I know that you are all concerned about the uncertainty we are facing, I want to assure you that our staff is committed to doing the best that we can to establish the best possible instructional platform for our students to follow during the next few weeks.

We are currently in the process of developing and organizing daily lessons, as well as utilizing various online platforms to establish a daily routine for your children to follow. As you know, or will come to know, our school website will be the main location for our students to access information and links to resources that their teachers will be posting on a daily basis. As our teachers focus on this work, our other staff members have been collecting information from families as a means of determining what other forms of support we can offer during this time.

‎Please look for updates on our website and from our parent coordinator, Mrs. Phillips, within the next few days.

Thank you for your understanding and patience as we work through this process.

Camillo Turriciano

Principal


Dear Families,

Beginning the week of March 23rd, Grab-and-Go breakfast and lunch will be available at the entrance of the following school buildings.


Feeder Sites.pdf

Student Website Links

Myon login link

Myon Login Information

School Name (Elementary Students)

NYC Reads Elementary

Username: NYC

Password: read


School Name (Middle School Students)

NYC Reads Middle School/High School

Username: GoNYC

Password: read

Students Reading Poster BoardRobert Holding Speaking with studentsRobert Holding listening to students presentCrowd in Auditorium Students standing in front of their projects.3 girls standing by tableStudents standing next to poster-boardGirls next to their projectsGroup with their presentationGroup next to their presentation

PSIS 128

Hack-a-thon

It was held on Thursday Dec. 12. Teams of students presented their community problem, data that supports this as an issue, and their solution to "hack" their issue. We were honored to have Council Member Robert Holden attend the event and show his support for our students.

Statement on Accessibility: We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact pchim@schools.nyc.gov to request assistance.