Friday, November 21, 2014: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Yee-Haw! How cool is it that your city-slicker can line-dance? But that’s not all! There will also be tons of crafts, a special clay show, delicious chili and cornbread and zero waste (cool!). The PS3 Square Dance is one of the best family-nights out that you will have, so be there, or (truly) BE SQUARE! See you in the Auditorium!
SIGN-UP NOW to help out!
Friday, November 21, 2014: 8:30 am - 9:30 am
And here’s how you can help!! Grab a Sharpie and LABEL your child’s clothes:
- Lunch Boxes
- Water Bottles
with NAME and ROOM NUMBER. Or, you can also purchase labels from Name Bubbles (Put your child’s Name & Room Number in the Bubble and it will be easily seen). These labels are dishwasher / laundry safe, waterproof and durable. Better yet, PS3 receives 20% of all purchases if you use code: PS3PTA15 (all caps). If labelled, Lost and Found Volunteers will return your items to the classroom once a week.
This message has been brought to you by: Vision Zero Lost Hoodies
Please help us with Vision Screening for the 2-3-4-5 Grades. We need at least 2 people for each time period and you will teach you how to screen. Each time period is no more than an hour. THANK YOU!!
Please volunteer to help by signing-up here.
Dear PS 3,
Is your bus running late in the morning?
Well you can do something about it. Write to the link below.
You might want to do it every time they are late and twice.
There is an old saying the squeaky wheel gets the grease.
Here is the link to OPT (Office of Pupil Transportation)
Some serious viruses are going around and precautions are our best defense against the spread of disease. While some of these basic routines might seem obvious to you, younger children still struggle so it is important to continue teaching:
- Hand Washing: Use soap (not antibacterial sanitzer!) and wash for 20 seconds.
- Nose Blowing: Tissues should be used!
- Coughing and/or sneezing into the inner elbow!
As I receive Camp Programs, I will be placing them under Vacation & Summer Programs in Featured Pages in the left Hand Column. As they start to take up space in the center, I feel it is better to have them together. The latest are on top and it includes everything from educational to play camps and expensive to free. I haven’t removed the camps from previous years, because I haven’t received new literature yet.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call 212-691-1183 x2 or write TSpringRobinson@schools.nyc.gov.