Announcements

  • Looking for Afterschool Options?

    Afterschool Options - 2022-2023

    The PTA has compiled a list of afterschool programs that parents may find useful.

    This list will be updated as programs provide more information or new programs are added.

    Visit: https://www.ps34pta.org/afterschool

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  • End of the school year 2022 Art Newsletter from Ms. Lawrence, Art Teacher.

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  • NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program for Kindergarten Students

    The NYC Department of Education has partnered with the nonprofit NYC Kids RISE, Inc. on the NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program. This free program provides families, schools, and communities with a way to work together to save for their children’s futures. It’s a scholarship and savings program designed to make college and career training more accessible and achievable for all NYC public school students, starting in kindergarten—regardless of their family’s income or immigration status.

    Who qualifies for this program?
    Kindergarten students who:
    •begin kindergarten during the 2021-22 academic year, and
    •are enrolled in a participating school.

    How do you participate?
    Your child will be automatically enrolled in the Save for College Program unless
     you choose not to participate by “opting out.” You do not have to do anything to
     receive a free NYC Scholarship Account.

    Parents/guardians who do not wish to participate can opt-out by accessing your NYCSchools account or by returning the Opt-out paper form to school.  
    •Opt-Out Notice and form for Parents & Guardians https://bit.ly/3ocRHCi  
    (Paper forms were backpacked last week and posted on Parent Square)
    For More information contact NYC Kids RISE at (833) 543-7473,
     info@nyckidsrise.org, or visit www.nyckidsrise.org

    The opt-out request deadline has been extended to December 31, 2021.

    (Forms will be accepted by December 23. from December 23-31 opt-out must be completed on the NYC schools account

    DOE website Information: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/student-journey/college-and-career-planning/nyc-kids-rise-save-for-college-program

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  • Staying safe during the warm and sunny days at school

    As the weather begins to warm up and our students spend more time outside for activities and events in June, we would advise parents to be mindful of the warm and sunny weather and take proper precautions to insure your child is well protected during the school day.

    • Parents are encouraged to ensure that students apply sunscreen before they come to school, and to bring this with them in order to re-apply when necessary.
    • Students can also bring a sun hat which covers their head, neck and ears. Please note that Baseball caps do not shield the neck, ears or face.
    • Students are encouraged to bring their water bottles to school. There are refill water fountain stations in school where students can re-fill bottles at  lunch and recess.

     

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  • NYC Kids Rise

    NYC Kids Rise Savings and Scholarship Program

    PS 34 Kindergarten Families can start saving for college or career training today with their NYC Kids Rise Account!

    Activate your account today HERE and start saving for your child's future!

     

    PS 34 Oliver H. Perry
  • Department of Education Device Help

    Do you need technical support, assistance to fix a broken device, or are dealing with a lost or stolen device? Call DOE’s IT Help desk at 718-935-5100 and press 5 to get assistance.

     You can also get quick help online:

    ·         Browse tech support topics: schools.nyc.gov/technicaltools

    ·         File a tech support ticket: schools.nyc.gov/techsupport

    ·         Get support with a DOE-issued iPad: schools.nyc.gov/ipadfixes

    ·         Issues with your Internet connection: schools.nyc.gov/internet(Open external link)

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  • Sign-Up for NYC Schools Account

    Get your NYC Schools Account (NYCSA)  account now to see your student’s grades,
    schedule and attendance.

    You’ll have instant access to the covid-19
    consent form and other important documents.

    Just ask your parent coordinator Ms. Deise Kowalski (Dkowalski@schools.nyc.gov) for your personal account creation code and get started today!

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Updates

 

  • First Day of School is Thursday, September 8, 2022

Mr. Alain Beguoms, PS 34 Principal

Come to our PS 34 August Virtual Parent Information Forum with Principal Beugoms

Wednesday, August 31, 2022 @ 5:15 pm

Join us on Zoom:

 https://zoom.us/j/99982657693?pwd=UDZaMTJSeFdNRWxCK29wSWJiclkvZz09

Meeting ID: 999 8265 7693

Passcode: 123456

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NYC DOE District 14

A Message from our D14 Acting Superintendent David Cintron

July 2022

Dear District 14 Community,

It is my honor to have the opportunity to serve as the new District 14 Acting Superintendent. Throughout my twenty-two years with the New York City Department of Education, I have served in a variety of roles in both elementary and middle school education as teacher, staff developer, assistant principal, school support specialist, and most recently as principal and principal coach.

A core value that guides my work is that all students have the potential to learn and to achieve excellence, and thus my work has been centered on motivating others to challenge themselves to take risks to achieve greater happiness and success throughout life. You will quickly learn that I am staunchly dedicated to improving student success by developing and sustaining school cultures dedicated to learning, innovation, and equity for all children. Therefore, I will work to:

· Safeguard that all members of the community feel safe, respected, and included.

· Ensure that our schools work hard, and take personal responsibility for the success of the entire community.

· Ensure that we are working together to remove barriers to student learning with an understanding that we can achieve more together than we can on our own.

· Model, support, and hold ourselves accountable for continual improvement across the district.

I am eager to get to work on behalf of all students and families of District 14, however, I also understand that the foundation for strong collaboration is trust, mutual accountability, and transparency. Therefore, I have begun my listening and learning tour of District 14 and am looking forward to connecting with you to learn more about our strengths and challenges to better inform our priorities and plans for the district.

Please feel free to reach out to me at dcintro@schools.nyc.gov.

I look forward to the journey that lies ahead for us!

Sincerely,

David Cintron

Acting Superintendent

 

 

NYC DOE Chancellor Messages for Families

Update for Families from the NYC DOE :

Messages for Families

To read the most updated messages in other languages visit  https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/messages-for-families

 

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