Dear Parents and Guardians,
Welcome to the Dual Chinese Language program! I am very excited to be the English literacy teacher in both kindergarten and 1st grade! Together, we will make at least ten friends, learn hundred of new things, explore thousands of new ideas and have millions of fun memories.
Health Screening at Home
To facilitate the check in process please complete the health screener prior to arriving at the school, it can be found at healthscreening.schools.nyc or scanning the QR code on this page.
Breakfast time will be from 8:10am – 8:25am
If your child does not need breakfast, please bring them to the school at 8:25am.
Entrance/Exit for pick-up
Exit 5 – on 48th toward 7th; Look for the Orange Pencil Sign:
A typical day will include the following activities
|All||8:10am only for students that need breakfast|
|All|| 8:25 – for all students|
Please go to the Exit 5 (48th toward 7th) and look for an ORANGE PENCIL Sign to line up
|Ms. Veronica||Morning Meeting and Phonics|
|Ms. Ou||Project-based learning (Science and Social Studies) |
Chinese Language Arts
|Ms. Bauman/Mr. Cruz||Art/Physical Education|
Ms. Veronica’s Updates
Hi parents! Our Class Page blogs will be used for big posts about what’s happening during the year. Watch this space for updates. When teachers post here, they may also remind you to check through Class Dojo, which will be used for more frequent messaging.
Dear P.S. 896 Families and Friends, Welcome to the visual art classroom blog! My name is Ms. Bauman, or Ms. B, and I am your art teacher. I am so excited to see our returning students, and can’t wait to meet our new friends! This year, each class will have at least two sessions ofContinue reading “Welcome to Visual Art!”
This week in PE, we began our Cardio Drumming Unit with “Baby Shark”! Check ClassDojo for the video clips!