Dress Code Policy


In order to maintain a positive learning environment, it is expected that P.S./I.S. 128 students dress in a professional manner. We expect P.S./I.S. 128 students to be dressed appropriately to ensure safety and to keep the focus on teaching and learning. We would like all parents and guardians to remind students of proper dress protocols on school grounds.

Prohibited forms of dress at P.S./I.S.128 include, but are not limited to:

1) Hats, caps, or hoods (with the exception of headwear worn for religious observance).

2) Clothing that contains references to drugs, alcohol, sex, violence, racism, or gang-affiliation.

3) Clothing that does not provide coverage of torso, undergarments, and private body parts, including see-through garments of any kind.

4) Open toe or open back shoes (Flip-flops, slides, etc.)

5) Bottoms which are shorter than arm’s length (Your index finger must touch the hem of the bottom)


If a student comes to school wearing clothing prohibited by the Dress Code, then the student’s parents will be notified, the student may be subject to the interventions and disciplinary responses set forth in the Discipline Code, and the student will be expected to make appropriate adjustments to his/her clothing to conform with the Dress Code (e.g., turning shirt inside out, wear a t- shirt given by the school until the end of the school day, etc.).

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

PS / IS 128

     The Lorraine Tuzzo , Juniper Valley Elementary School  

           69-10 65th Drive, Middle Village Queens 11379

(718) 326-6210

Fax: (718) 326-6080

Principal- Ms. JoAnn Trani

Assistant Principal- Ms. Eva Petrolekas

Assistant Principal- Ms. Jeannine Jelen

Official School Hours 8:10am-2:30pm

Instagram page @psis128queens 

      Follow us on Twitter @ PSIS128D24    


Respect for All (RFA) Liaison - Ms. Karen Rattner and Ms. Sherise Thomas 

Sexual Harassment Prevention (SHP) Liaison - Ms. Karen Rattner

Mission Statement 


PS/IS 128 believes in taking a data-driven approach to addressing the academic and emotional needs of students and implementing SEL (Social Emotional Learning) in our daily practice. Data is used to provide students with scaffolding and differentiation across all subject areas to ensure that all learners successfully participate in rigorous and CRSE (Culturally Responsive Sustaining Education) activities.   


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        Messages for Families from  New York City Schools Chancellor David C. Banks

Middle Village school’s ‘walk-in closet’ event collects clothes to donate to those in need – QNS.com


Middle Village school’s ‘walk-in closet’ event collects clothes to donate to those in need

P.S./I.S. 128 in Middle Village hosted a “walk-in closet” event on Jan. 21 to give out clothing to community members in need. Parents and staff gathered in the school’s cafeteria to collect ...

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Department of Education - School Visitor Policy

All visitors must show proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination to enter a DOE school building. Acceptable proof of vaccination is one of the following:

An acceptable COVID-19 vaccination includes one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine fully authorized or authorized for emergency use by the FDA(Open external link)(Open external link) or WHO(Open external link)(Open external link

School Safety Procedure

The safety and well-being of every community member at P.S./I.S. 128 remains our highest priority. 


To continue to keep our school community safe we are asking our parents to schedule meetings with staff members in advance. If you would like to schedule a parent meeting, please reach out to your child’s teacher to arrange a date and time to meet. If you would like to meet with administration or any other staff members, please also schedule the meeting in advance. Once the meeting is scheduled, we will inform school safety of the date and time of the meeting. When you arrive at the school building, please have picture ID available.  In addition, you must pass the health screening, and show proof of vaccination. 


We kindly ask all parents and family members to refrain from coming to the school building to pick up a student before 2:30pm our dismissal time. In the event you have an emergency and need to pick up your child early, we ask that you please email your child's teacher, administration, and the Parent Coordinator ahead of time.  In the email, please include your child’s name , the date and time you need to pick up your child before dismissal and the parent, family member, or friend that will be picking up your child. The person picking up the student must be on the students' blue card and show picture ID when they arrive. They will also be asked to sign the student out in our building sign out book . 


Thank you for your support as we continue to keep P.S./I.S. 128 a safe environment. 


Please review the Safety information in the link below:


Parent Guide to School Safety and Emergency Preparedness (nyc.gov) 

schools.nyc.gov/school-life/safe-schools/emergency-readiness.

schools.nyc.gov/messagesforfamilies.


The links below were also mentioned in a recent notification by the Chancellor. 

Please share the attached letter with your school community; you can find translated versions when available at schools.nyc.gov/messagesforfamilies. Also, please encourage families to sign up for NotifyNYC—New York City’s dedicated emergency public communications program and official source for information about emergency alerts and important city services. For information on school safety, you can direct families to the DOE website at schools.nyc.gov/school-life/safe-schools/emergency-readiness

Bell Schedule

BELL SCHEDULE

 

Homeroom

8:10 – 8:15

 Period 1

8:17  – 8:58

Period 2

9:00 – 9:41

Period 3

9:43  – 10:24

Period 4

10:25 – 11:15

Period 5

11:17 – 12:07

Period 6

12:09 – 12:59

Period 7

1:01– 1:42

Period 8

1:44 – 2:25

Homeroom

2:25 - 2:30

 


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