A Message from the Principal

 

November 2, 2018

Dear PS 64 Families:

First, I’d like to acknowledge the work of Mr. Pauliks and his team, Ms. Alba, Ms. Tomas, Parent Coordinator Gladys Concepcion, and School Secretary Ann Gonzalez for representing us so well at yesterday evening’s District One Elementary School Fair at PS 20. This annual event is just one way we spread the word of all the great things happening here at PS 64.  There were many new families interested in our school with its particular focus on music, arts, and wellness.  Thank you, Mr. Pauliks and the team!

Next, I’d like to acknowledge the work of our PTA and Ed Alliance staff for their work in making our annual Halloween Parade tradition the best ever!  It certainly was the spookiest Spookarama we’ve ever had and we’re already making plans for next year.  A special shout out to our friends at the 9thPrecinct for their escort during the parade. Kudos to the staff for their creativity in Halloween costumes.  

  • Thanksgiving Turkey Drive: Through the goodness of our friends at the Knights of Columbus DeSoto Council #327, there are still some turkeys remaining for families who would like one for Thanksgiving.  Please see Gladys to have your name placed on the list. As soon as we get the delivery date, we will let you know.
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences: Conferences are on Thursday, November 15.  It is a half-day of school and there will be both an afternoon and evening session. Please use the attached sign-up sheet and return it to your child’s teacher.  Additionally, teachers will be contacting you by phone to confirm appointment times.  We are once again excited to have student led conference.
  • Dentist Screening: Apologies for the delay while we await clearance from the DOE.  It should be soon and we thank you for your patience.
  • Fire Drills:  We’ve had many drills during the month of October, both planned and unplanned.  In several cases it was a student from another school who pulled the alarm.  This week there was a suspicious odor on the third floor, which prompted the principal of TSMS to pull the alarm.  FDNY responded, examined the building and determined that the odor originated from the kitchen and cleared us for re-entry.  I must say I’m very proud of our students who evacuated the building with speed and precision.  Safety is our number one priority and rest assured that the students are, and always will be, safe under our watch.

Remember to turn your clocks back this weekend and continue the struggle to do what is right and just.

 

Peace,

 

Marlon L. Hosang

Principal

 

 

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