REMOTE LEARNING STUDENT'S INFORMATIONAL POWERPOINT:
Phoebe Grant-Robinson, Principal
Important Announcements for All Families:
Welcome, there are new protocols for all children who enter all NYC school buildings September 2020.
Upon arrival all students or the parent of the child must show their child's completed health screening digitally (Smartphone, IPad) or a paper copy (see below and attached). I have attached the link to the paper copy and the website where you can complete the survey. It must be presented before entering the school yard each day. Thank you!!
Please see the latest Information and Guidance regarding the 2020 School Year:
Remote Learning Preference Survey - Please select to opt into Fully Remote Learning:
Return to School 2020 Website: Please Bookmark
Social Emotional Balance - Mood Meter
What is the Mood Meter?
The Mood Meter is a tool used to recognize and understand our own and other peoples' emotions. It's divided into four color quadrants - red, blue, green, and yellow - each representing a different set of feelings. Feelings are grouped together on the mood meter based on their pleasantness and energy level.
Some classroom teachers utilize the MOOD meter both in school and through remote learning, to gauge their students readiness. We believe that especially during these UNIQUE times, it is critical to address the Social Emotional Balance or all P.S. 253Q community members. We encourage you to utilize the MOOD Meter provided to the right with its corresponding descriptions below:
- Red feelings: High in energy and more unpleasant (e.g., angry, scared, and anxious)
- Blue feelings: Low in energy and more unpleasant (e.g., sad, disappointed, and lonely)
- Green feelings: Low in energy and more pleasant (e.g., calm, tranquil, and relaxed)
- Yellow feelings: High in energy and more pleasant (e.g., happy, excited, and curious)
To see more resources for Social Emotional Balance, please visit our Guidance Corner.
Website Statement on Accessibility:
We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site,
please contact Mr. Goodman, Assistant Principal at (718) 327 - 0895 to request assistance.
Andre D. Spencer, Ed.D.