DISTRICT 29 FAMILY CHECK-IN SURVEY!

Click here to complete the District 29 Family Survey! Dear District 29 Families, We want to know how you are doing and the best way to support you and your child(ren) during this unprecedented time. Please take some time to fill out this quick survey. Also, after completing this form you can also reach us […]

NYC DOE: REMOTE LEARNING SURVEY

NYC DOE wants your feedback! Take the survey now at: Click here to access the survey! Take the Remote Learning! Survey to share your experiences learning at home. All students in grades 6-12 and parents/guardians of students in grades 3-K through 12 are invited to participate in the Remote Learning Survey. The deadline to complete the […]

P.S. 33Q: Scholastic Video

Click Here to Watch the Video! I wanted to inform you of an exciting project our student had been selected to take part in.   Tatiana Florival, Creative Production Assistant at the Judy Newman Blog at Scholastic met a group of our student at the Annual Scholastic Pajama Drive Drop-Off Party on December 6.  She was so impressed with our students […]

P.S. 033 Edward M. Funk: Invitation for Visual Arts Reception

Art Teacher: Althea PorterOur Visual Art students have been working hard to hone their artistic skills. With much effort, a fourth-grade student PRIONTI DAS, her artwork was one of the few selected to be on display at the Queens Museum for the 2019 Visual Arts Festival. She was inspired by the vibrant colors and techniques of the cultural & contemporary artist Candido Bido […]

I.S. 59Q Community

The month of December is a busy one for NYC DOE schools; and I.S. 59Q is no exception! This month has included a toy drive, a sock drive, and a joint coat drive with Success Academy (with whom we share space).  Also all on the evening of December 18th, we managed to fit in a Parent/Guardian […]

P.S. 33Q: Globes for Website

What do we do with our pumpkins after Halloween?  See below. The children enjoyed learning through a fun-filled, hands-on project. They worked hard, and it showed. Learning Objectives: Children were able to recognize the shape and relative size of each continent. Children were able to learn their locations with reference to the Prime Meridian and […]