Good morning. Please read this letter from the Chancellor:
March 22, 2020
Dear PS101 Families:
As you know, the health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority. Much has changed very rapidly with respect to COVID-19 in our school community and citywide. School buildings are now closed to students until April 20, 2020, and remote learning will begin next week for all students.
With respect to the PS101 community, I am writing to inform you that a member of our school community has self-reported that they tested positive for COVID-19. A disinfection of the school building has been completed in accordance with New York State Department of Health guidelines. As a reminder, the DOE routinely conducts deep cleanings in your school.
What You Should Do
Please visit schools.nyc.gov/coronavirus for important school-related guidance and nyc.gov/coronavirus at any time for critical updates, including ways to fight stigma and bias around the coronavirus. It’s important we come together and support one another during this time.
Nothing matters more than the health and safety of our staff and students, and we are committed to keeping our school community fully informed.
Please do not hesitate to contact Superintendent DiMola at email@example.com with any questions.
Good day 101 families:
As the school is closed, if you need to contact us, start by contacting your child’s teacher through Remind or their Google Classroom. You can also contact Mrs. Margaret on her cell phone 347-563-4680.
You can also comment on these posts if you need to message Principal Korrol.
Please allow 24-48 hours for response and be advised teachers still have work hours meaning they may not respond after 3pm until the next morning.
Please be advised that at this time, school trips are either cancelled or postponed. If you gave money for a trip, the money will be held until either we have a new date for the trip or, if cancelled, the money will be returned to you.
Greetings PS101 families!
During this time when we are at home, in addition to your child’s daily class work from their teacher, I’m going to post links to activities that you can choose to do at home with your child.
*Please note that the links posted are not affiliated with the NYCDOE and may have ads.
Here are some activities from @nymetroparents: