Bus Transportation
Busing is determined by Pupil Transportation based on mileage from the school. It addition to distance, it is also based on the current grade of the student.
Please visit PS150Q: Resources for Parents for additional information or you may visit Office of Pupil Transportation.


After School Programs
PS150Q offers three after school options for our students.

Serious Fun
Located at PS150Q Main Building

Grades Pre-K – 5
2:25 – 5:45 pm
Tuition program

Sala Johnson

Serious Fun After School, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing arts enrichment during out of school time at affordable rates. Our priority is providing our students with the highest quality content, while overseeing the safety and security of our students. This allows our children to have the opportunity to participate in the best that New York has to offer. 

Sunnyside Community Services
Located at Sunnyside Community Services
43-31 39th Street
Sunnyside, NY 11104

Grades K – 5
2:25 – 5:30 pm
Free program

Lizette Mejia

Children are picked up after school and chartered to Sunnyside Community Services’ Main Building. The after-school programs provides fun and challenging enrichment activities for your children. These programs offer academic support and enrichment. In addition to receiving help with homework, students develop literacy, math, and science skills as they complete project-based learning activities such as creating their own comic books, writing and directing short films, and building model bridges.


Located at LIC YMCA
32-23 Queens Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11101

Grades K – 5
2:25 – 5:15 pm
Free program

Ms. Bailey

Children are picked up and chartered to LIC YMCA. The curriculum is based on a program model that focuses on learning enhancement, health and recreation, and building competence and confidence in children. The program runs every regular school day, from 3 – 6 pm, in a supervised and structured environment, providing a safe after school alternative for children. The staff-to- student ratio is 1:10 and the site capacity can range from 24 to as many as 500 children