News AND Announcements
- Warm Weather School Dress Code
Students may dress for the warm weather but they must continue to come to school dressed appropriately.
Students MAY wear:
Bermuda short, jeans, slacks, skirts, or dresses
Closed toe shoes or sneakers
**Skirts, shorts, and dresses should be no higher than 2 inches above the knee
Rubber soled-shoes, sneakers
Sweat pants or shorts, t-shirts
Students MAY NOT wear:
Inappropriate language, graphics, or symbols on shirts
Ripped or torn clothing
Low-rise jeans (exposing undergarments)
Tank tops or spaghetti Straps
Strapless, off the shoulder tops or tube top shirts
Sandals and open toed shoes are not allowed for safety reasons
If your child’s outfit is not aligned with the above dress code, parents will be contacted and may need to bring a change of clothes. We continue to be committed to an atmosphere of respect and serious learning. Thank you for your cooperation.
- We are a Participatory Budget Winner! – Thank you
Last night, the Participatory Budgeting winners were announced by Councilman Van Bramer. There was a record 7100 votes with $2.5 million allocated and all of these projects will improve quality of life in our neighborhoods!
The top winning project went to:
– $500,000 for Tech Upgrades at PS112, PS150, PS12, PS166, IS125 with 4785 votes
Thank you to our PTA and our parent volunteers, especially Diana Dumitru our PTA co-President, for spearheading this effort to bring $100,000 for technology upgrades to our school and a special thanks to the parents, community, and the students who voted for us.
- Participatory Budget– VOTE FOR OUR SCHOOL #4 AND #7
PS150Q has an opportunity to receive $500,000 in city funding but we need the help from ALL parents and guardians. This week our parent volunteers will be at the Annex and the Main Building collecting votes. The funds will go toward Auditorium repairs and Technology upgrades.
You may also vote online: Participatory Budget Ballot
Our school is listed as #4 and #7 on the ballot. You may vote for up to 5 items.
In order to vote, you must live in District 26 (not to be confused with school district 30) and you must be 11 years old and older. You DO NOT need to be a citizen to vote. The items with the most votes will receive the funds. We cannot do this alone, we need the help from our community. Please ask your neighbors and friends to vote too. Thank you!
- Open House Tours – New Kindergarten Families
Open house tours for new families have been posted for the week of April 9th. Please see the calendar at the right and view the month of April. There are morning and evening hours. All tours will be meeting at the Main Building, please note the evening tour does not tour the Annex. The Annex is where our Pre-K and K classes are held. The facility has it’s own cafeteria and playground.
If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to:
Janice Q. Reyes, Parent Coordinator
- School Open — Thursday
Please take extra care during tomorrow’s commute to and from school. All programs will operate as scheduled on Thursday. Thank you to the custodians and custodial staff who worked all day today to clear the snow and to ensure that our buildings are ready to welcome the students and staff tomorrow.