Save the Date!
March 10, 2016 from 5:00-8:00PM
March 11, 2016 from 12:30-2:40PM
Come meet with your child’s teachers to find out if they are on track to promote to the next grade. Information about summer programs, spring trips and the School Survey will be available. QC PTA will be here to answer any questions or provide assistance.
Looking forward to seeing you then!
Good morning, Parents, Students and Families,
We are very excited to welcome our children back to school on Thursday morning, with classes beginning at 8:25AM. Attached is our Back to School letter with details necessary for supporting your child this year, in addition to the suggested supplies list.
Please note that due to varying student academic needs, schedules are still being refined. We will have them available Thursday morning by the flagpole.
Lastly, we apologize if you are receiving this email and are not continuing at Queens Collegiate. To our rising 9th graders, we are aware that you are transferring but have not yet updated this information in JupiterGrades. If you are in another grade and DO NOT plan to return to Queens Collegiate, please email Ms. Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let her know your child’s name, birth date, a phone number to contact you, and where you have moved to or the private school that your child will be attending.
Parents, please make a point to attend our Open School Evening & PTA meeting on September 16. All teachers and counselors will be present, so you can meet your child’s mentor and teachers.
Looking forward to another great year with you.
Jaime Dubei, Principal
Back to School letter Sept 2014
The following are the required immunizations for the 2014-2015 School Year:
• Two doses of chicken pox (varicella) vaccine are now required for all students entering kindergarten or sixth grade. Previously, two doses were recommended, but only one dose was required.
• Three to five doses of polio (IPV/OPV) vaccine are now required for all students entering kindergarten or sixth grade. Previously, three doses were required.
• Four to five doses of DTap/DPT/TD are now required for all students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Previously, three doses were required.
Dear QC Parents, Students and Families,
Here is the 6th grade supplies list. Please ensure that your child is prepared for school every single day to ensure they are ready to learn. 6th Grade Supply List
All the best,
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students,
This link is the QC School Supply List for grades 7-12. Please note the 6th grade supplies list has been created separately and will be uploaded shortly.
The following is year old information. . .
School begins on September 9, 2013 at 8:15AM. The bell schedule is located here: Bell Schedule 2013 2014.
Ninth grade orientation is Tuesday, August 27 from 10AM-12noon. Freshmen will receive their programs during orientation.
Sixth grade orientation is Wednesday & Thursday, August 28 & 29 from 8AM-12noon. Sixth grade students will receive their programs at orientation.
Students in grades 7, 8, 10, 11, & 12 can come pick up their program on August 27 from 9AM-12noon. Students who do not pick up their program will receive it on September 9 near the flagpole. Programs will not be emailed or sent home via mail.
The first PTA meeting + Mandatory Senior Meeting + Incoming Parent Orientation will all be held on Tuesday, September 10 at 6PM.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to MrErskine@queenscollegiate.org or call (718) 658-4016.
All the best,
On September 20, 2012, during Constitution and Citizenship Week, Mayor Bloomberg together with Chancellor Walcott announced the launch of NYCitizenship in Schools. A new citywide program that offers free immigration information, assistance and financing options to eligible parents of students in the city’s public schools seeking to begin the application process to become U.S. citizens.
By helping the parents in our school communities naturalize, their children may derive citizenship at no additional cost if they are under the age of 18 and meet certain requirements. As you may know, for students that become U.S. Citizens, there are additional opportunities for scholarships, financial aid, and student loans as they apply for college. There is also a microloan opportunity with free financial counseling available to help parents who cannot afford the $680 United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) filing fee or who do not qualify for the fee waiver.
On Saturday, December 15th 2012 the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs will host a service event at the Newcomers High School at 2801 41st Avenue, Queens, NY 11101, for parents eligible to naturalize.
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Dear Parents and Guardians,
As we prepare for the storms of Hurricane Sandy to come over our area, I would encourage you to listen to NYC.gov, 1010 WINS or other forums where you get information from the City government.
Queens Collegiate is a NYC public school, and as such will follow all directives by the Mayor and/or Chancellor. If they select to open schools on Monday, we will be open. If they select to close schools, we will close.
Please listen to one of the many outlets for information from NYC Government (1010 WINS, nyc.gov, major news stations, etc.) If you have questions, please call 311 for assistance.
All the best,