Parent's Corner

Weekly Update

JHS190 update : March 17, 2022

Calendar Update  

  • March 18 -  MP3 Ends
  • March 21 - MP4 begins
  • March 25 - Last day to submit NYC SCHOOL SURVEY
  • March 28 - MP3 Report cards displayed on Pupil Path. 
  • March 29 & 30 -  NYS Grade 6-8 ELA EXAM
  • March 31 - Senior Picture Retake day ( Period 1 - 3 ) 

 

 

Senior Picture Retake Day 

Picture RETAKE / MAKE-UP Day for 8th Graders is scheduled on March 31st.

 

NYC Schools Survey - Take your survey today!!!

 

Every year, the NYC Department of Education asks all staff, families, students in grades K-12 to complete the NYC school survey

Please complete and have your child return the survey to 2nd period teachers  by March 25th, 2022. All classes that have 90% completion will get an ice cream party. 



There are two ways you can complete the parent survey: 

Manually:

 

  1.  A paper copy of the 2022 NYC School Survey has been distributed to students to bring it  home  for families. Parents/ Guardians  are able to complete the survey manually and seal the envelope. Have your child return the green envelope and hand it in to their Period 2 teacher.

 

Digitally

 

  1. You are able to access the survey at NYCSchoolSurvey.org, click on the green “Take the 2022 NYC School Survey” link, and enter your unique access code when prompted.  Your unique access code can be found on the paper copy sent home with your child.  ( Code is f+student osis number) 
  2. Survey is also available in NYC Schools Account : https://www.schoolsaccount.nyc/  

Please return and complete the survey by March 25th, 2022. 

* To take the survey in another language, please go to NYCSchoolSurvey.org and enter your unique access code OR complete the survey form sent home in the home language. 

If you have any questions or concerns about the survey or its administration, please email Mrs. Obata - sobata@schools.nyc.gov or Mrs. Aulicino jaulicino@schools.nyc.gov 

 

Respectfully,

Russell Sage Administration Team

 

Adult Education Virtual Open House

Tomorrow is the Enrollment Hub Virtual Open House!

Join us for the 1st Adult Education Enrollment Hub Virtual Open House!

The virtual open house is an opportunity for potential students to learn all about our services!

 

The first session will begin at 10:00 a.m.

 

The second session will begin at 6:30 p.m.



Free Tutoring - The Queens Community House Beacon Program

*** Contact Ms. Malti ( mmcclean@qchnyc.org) or  Mr. ​​Oswald Araujo <oaraujo@qchnyc.org> to find more information about this program. 

 

Good Morning Parents and Guardians of JHS190,

 

QCH's Beacon Community Center at JHS190 is excited to announce that we are partnering with Smith Preparatory to offer a new one-hour-a-week tutoring program for math or ELA. Like all of our programming, this is also FREE. 

 

We are offering both in-person and remote tutoring sessions, with more options for remote sessions. Enrollment will be on a first-come-first-serve basis. 

 

We've created a simple short form for you to enroll your child in our tutoring program. If you're interested, please click on this link and complete the form: Register here

 

Once you complete this form, you'll receive an e-mail with next steps. Tutoring sessions will begin next week. If you have any questions, feel free to text or call us at (347) 556-7964.

 

We hope you and your child will take advantage of this opportunity!

 

Additional details:

All participating students will be pre & (and eventually) post tested, and then receive customized learning plans, individual instruction, guided practice, quizzes and short homework assignments to complete on a weekly basis.

 

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Buenos Días Padres y Tutores de JHS190,

 

El Centro Comunitario Beacon de QCH en JHS1909 se complace en anunciar que nos estamos asociando con Smith Preparatory para ofrecer un nuevo programa de tutoría de una hora a la semana para matemáticas o ELA. Como toda nuestra programación, esta también es GRATIS.

 

Estamos ofreciendo sesiones de tutoría en persona y remotas, con más opciones para sesiones remotas. La inscripción será por orden de llegada.

 

Hemos creado un formulario breve y sencillo para que inscriba a su hijo en nuestro programa de tutoría. Si está interesado, haga clic en este enlace y complete el formulario: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=XwTQiDpNkkC4-9znzXItVcVxNVH3Q1BJiLdTgQQgm6JUNlVaUk1VMlVOWlY3RU04SlhTUTlWV0JUOS4u

 

Una vez que complete este formulario, recibirá un correo electrónico con los próximos pasos. Las sesiones de tutoría comenzarán la próxima semana. Si tiene alguna pregunta, no dude en responder por mensaje de texto o llamarnos al 917-862-7298.

 

¡Esperamos que usted y su hijo se unan a nosotros!

 

Detalles adicionales:

Todos los estudiantes participantes serán evaluados antes y después (y eventualmente) y luego recibirán planes de aprendizaje personalizados, instrucción individual, práctica guiada, cuestionarios y tareas cortas para completar semanalmente.

 

Best ​Regards, 

Malti McClean (she/her)

Assistant Director 

(718) 830-5233 (Office)

(347) 556-7964 (Cell)

mmcclean@qchnyc.org  

http://www.queenscommunityhouse.org



Girls Who Code- Summer Program 

 

 

Our summer programs application deadline is Friday, March 18!

Don't let students miss the chance to apply to join Girls Who Code this summer and take advantage of incredible benefits like:

·         A 100% free program, plus the opportunity to be considered for a $500 SIP Student Grant exclusively for Summer Immersion Program applicants! 💸💸

·         A global sisterhood where students can find a professional network and lifelong friends who share their interests! 👭🌎

·         Alumni programming to support students through college and jumpstart their careers! 👩💼✅

Forward this email to students, and tell them to apply here by March 18!

 

 

Questions about the application? Check out our application walkthrough video, or email us at summer@girlswhocode.com.

The Girls Who Code Team

 

Parent Workshop hosted by Devision of Multilingual Learners

Upcoming Workshops for Students and Families 

Student Workshops

NYC has such a rich immigrant community and rarely do our students get to see themselves

reflected in the greatness that manifests in their schools, communities, and greater NYC.

Through citywide student engagement, thousands of high school students will be able to opt

into a series of workshops to help them understand their rights, the postsecondary options

available to them, and the appropriate steps to take to plan for the pathway of their choosing.

Please review and share our upcoming virtual workshops for students:

 

Date

Time

Topic and Registration Link

Language(s)

3/23/2022

9-10am

Financial Aid Options

English and Mandarin 

3/31/2022

10-11am

NYS Dream Act

English and Spanish

4/12/2022

11:30am- 12:30pm

Interview Skills

 

Family Workshops

Families and caregivers play a significant role in supporting the postsecondary preparation and access of their students . However, the entry point and resources are not always clear, easily accessible or center the experience and needs of immigrant, undocumented, and mixed status families. Through citywide immigrant family engagement, we aim to ensure families have ongoing workshops and resources to help them safely navigate high school and understand the amazing possibilities for their students after high school. 

Date

Time

Topic and Registration Link

Language(s)

3/30/2022

5-6pm

Financial Aid 101

 

4/28/2022

5-6pm

Navigating High School

English

5/24/2022

6:30-7:30pm

Navigating College

English

 

PTA Fundraiser - Farm to People

Russell Sage PTA have partnered with Farm To People to fundraise for our school!

Every time you grocery shop on Farm To People now through May 15th, 5% goes back to our school. 

Farm To People is an online farmer’s market delivering in NYC. Their mission is to make it easier to eat well at home by curating farm shares and a marketplace with the best seasonal, local produce, sustainable meat and fish, and delicious grocery staples!

Raise money for Russell Sage by eating healthy!

Please click on the link below to learn more!

Farm to People

 

FAQ

 

  • How do I join? To join our fundraiser, simply create an account on Farm To People, add whatever you need to your basket, and enter code FARMTOJHS190.
  • Will I get a discount when I use the code? New Farm To People customers will get a $5 discount when they use our school’s code — and for every 10 new customers that join using our code, Farm To People will add a $250 bonus to our school’s fundraising check. 
  • Already a Farm To People customer? Returning customers do not get a discount but can still join the fundraiser by emailing questions@farmtopeople.com with the subject line “I’d like to join Russell Sage's fundraiser”
  • Do I need to enter the code every time I shop? Nope! Once you've used the code on your first order during the fundraising time period, you're all set. Farm To People will automatically give back 5% on all subsequent orders until the end of the period.
  • Do I have to subscribe? No! You don’t have to subscribe to get deliveries from Farm To People. You can always shop any of the items � la carte, no subscription required.
  • Who can join the fundraiser? Anybody who wants to support the fundraiser can join — parents, teachers, friends, and neighbors. Just spread the word and don't forget to share our school’s code!

Why Farm To People?

 

  • Farm To People is a mission driven company working year-round with small farms and makers to craft the ultimate selection of unique, delicious, and nutrient-dense food.

 

  • They pay their farmers and makers fairly: For every dollar sold on Farm To People, 50 cents go back to the farmer, while the national average remains below 15 cents.

 

  • Farm To People also gives back to its local community: They donate approximately 1000 pounds of food monthly to multiple food rescue organizations.

 

  • Their carbon neutral deliveries are delivered in recycled and recyclable packaging.

 

  • Thrillist said it best: "The name summarizes the mission: Farm to People guarantees fresh and ethically sourced foods in a manner that more corporate delivery services simply can’t compete with”

Get started now! 

Click on the link below to visit the Farm to People website and start shopping:

Farm To People     USE & SHARE CODE: FARMTOJHS190

Senior Event dates

  • Retake/ Makeup picture day

Date:March 31 

Time: Period 1 - Period 3 

Location : Auditorium 

**The Cap & Gown will be distributed to those who have missed the previous  picture day.  

  • Senior Field Day

Date: June 22, 2022

Time:Period 5- Period 8 ( Tentative) 

Location: Russell Sage Playground 

**Rain day may be scheduled. 

**HUGE Thanks to the Parent Teacher Association for funding the event! 

 

  • Prom

Date: June 7, 2022 ( Clerical day- no school day for student) 

Time: 4 PM - 8 PM 

Location : Villa Russo, located at 101-12 Lefferts Boulevard, Richmond Hill, NY 11419

 

Cost to families: TBD in April

 

  • NJHS / Grade8 Award Ceremony

Date: June 6

Time: 8:30 AM

Location: Auditorium

** Only students and one family member of those participating in National Junior Honor Society or receiving an award can attend.(All parents must show proof of vaccination upon entry.)

 

  • Graduation

Data: June 13, 2022 (Monday)

Location:Colden Auditorium - Queens College 65-30 Kissena Blvd., Queens NY 11367 

Starting Time: 9 AM – 11 AM

Senior Due: $70 

***All students will be receiving two guest tickets for graduation.  If students need to invite more than two guests, the extra ticket request  form will be sent out via PupilPath  in May. 

 

Parent Workshop

Regents Exam workshop will be scheduled before the June exams.