• Eid Al-Fitr, Schools Closed

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  • Memorial Day, Schools Closed

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  • Anniversary Day. Chancellor’s Conference Day for staff development. Students not in attendance.

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  • Last Day of School

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    Mets PTA Fundraiser

    The P.S.19 PTA is now having a METS GAME FUNDRAISER! 

    The game is on Saturday, June 12, 2021 against the Padres @ 4:10pm. 
    We have Tickets available for purchase. The tickets will be in section 138/139 priced at $50 per ticket.
    Deadline for all ticket money is Tuesday, May 25, 2021. 
    Tickets will be distributed electronically. 
    If you are interested in buying tickets to the game, please fill out and send in tear off below along with money in a sealed envelope with your child’s name and class to the attention of PTA/METS tickets OR you may pay via PayPal/credit card @
    Please note that these seats are not in a vaccinated-only section and social distancing rules apply.
    Please also review Citifield’s Covid-19 rules
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    Attendance Message From Mrs. O'Brien

    As we look at supporting families and having clear communication, we have created a Google Attendance Form. In the event your child is not able to attend in-person learning, please complete the Google Form. If they are completing independent (asynchronous ) work, they can be credited as remote attendance-present. We will then be able to mark them appropriately for the day. Teacher will provide assignments so please email them directly. 

    Additionally, staff will be providing phone support to families in the event your child is marked absent. Please reach Ms. Reginella if you have any questions or concerns. 


    Google Attendance Form



    Ellen O'Brien


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    Apply for The Summer Rising Program

    Summer Rising Grades K-8. Summer Rising is New York City’s free school-based summer program for any City child in grades K–8. Summer Rising will integrate the strengths of DOE academics with the Department of Youth & Community Development’s (DYCD) school-based enrichment programming. Apply for Summer Rising.
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  • Teacher's Appreciation Week Video

    What a great way to end Teacher's Appreciation Week! Checkout why we chose the education field in our Teacher Appreciation Video ! Our Students!

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  • NY Boulder Reading Challenge Starts April 12,2021

    • The New York Boulders Challenge will run for a three week period between April 26 and May 16, 2021. Only out-of-school reading counts.  This can include books from school curriculum or self-chosen books, digital or print.
    • Minutes may include time that the parent or guardian reads aloud to the student.
    • Each school must designate a coordinator of this program.
    • The coordinator will be given a reporting spreadsheet, a copy of which should be given to each participating classroom teacher. Teachers will use this to enter their student’s names and to log reading minutes throughout the competition.
    • Each coordinator will then use the reporting spreadsheet to compile the students’ reading minutes for the entire school.
    • Reading minutes are logged as follows:
      • Students will record their reading minutes on their logs, have their parent or guardian sign the logs, and return the logs to their classroom teacher each Monday
      • Student prizes* are as follows:
        • Single - read at least 400 minutes: A participation certificate plus 2 tickets for a specified Boulders game.
        • Triple - read at least 800 minutes: A participation certificate plus 4 tickets for a specified Boulders game
        • Grand Slam - read 1300 or more minutes: A participation certificate plus 4 tickets for specified Boulders game plus a first pitch at a specified Boulders home game with T-Shirt.
        • Top Overall Reader: recognition at a Boulder’s game on field, autographed baseball and photo with manager and Boulder Bird.
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  • Minecraft Education Challenge Join the 2021 Minecraft Education Challenge to Build a Better Tomorrow! Starting Tuesday, April 13

    Starting Tuesday, April 13 through Friday, May 14, 2021, use Minecraft: Education Edition to design and build a solution that supports sustainable communities and reduces inequities for everyone; whether in your home borough, your neighborhood, or throughout New York City.

    This challenge is open to all NYC Department of Education students, but you must use your DOE student account. See step 2 below for instructions on how to access your student account. You will need your account to download Minecraft: Education Edition for free!  

    Watch the NYCDOE Battle of the Boroughs Video   or  Minecraft Challenge Page for further details.

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  • Create your NYC Schools Account

    NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is an app that helps you track your child’s education. Through NYCSA, you can see their grades, attendance, fitness results, schedule, and more. Find out how to sign up, now.
    In the account, you can see a child’s:

    • Assessments (Test Scores)
    • Attendance
    • Enrollment History
    • Grades
    • Graduation Tracker
    • Guardians
    • Health Information (Fitnessgram)
    • Individualized Education Program (IEP) Information
    • Promotion Tracker
    • Reading Level
    • Schedule
    • Student Documents (Report Card, Transcript, Summer School Letter)
    • Transportation
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  • COVID-19 Updates

    Please visit our COVID-19 Plan page to find all the critical information about how school name is changing the way we operate to reduce the risk of COVID infection. We are doing everything we can to make sure staff, students, and families are safe.

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