The schools monthly parent association meeting will take place.
Its's that season again. Flu season that is. The National Institutes for Health (NIH) has reported that flu vaccines are helpful in preventing the flu or minimizing its impact. The vaccine is particularly important for elderly people, asthma patients, people with diabetes and some people who are overweight. The flu vaccine is available in the nasal spray form in our in school Morris Heights Clinic, room 103.
Checking your Child's Book bag
Letters, class trip permission slips, school calendars and event flyers, are all sent home with your child in their book bags. Most of the questions you need answers to can be found on papers sent home with our students. If you make a habit of check you child's book bag, you will know whats happening at school and what homework they have. Teachers will also communicate with you by sending home notes.
In school St. Barnabas Hospital Dental Screening
For the second year, St. Barnabas Hospital Dental outreach program, will conduct dental screenings for our students. Dental screening permission forms have been sent home. Please complete the forms and have your child return it to school. Regular dental visits are important to your child's overall health and well being. Diseased baby teeth can infect permanent teeth. Rotten teeth can be painful and cause infection. Additionally, unsightly teeth can result in low self esteem.
Teacher Talk Tuesdays
Teachers are available to meet with parents every Tuesday from 2:30 to 3:20 pm. This is a great time to have one on one conversations with your child's teacher and obtain resources to help your child do better in school. Please see the flyer below
No two families are a like. So we have five ways to find out what is happening at our school.
REMIND.COM (text messages) , ps306bronx.org (school website), monthly school calendar (comes home with students), School Messenger (recorded messages to your phone) and electronic sign above school main entrance