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The Department of Education announced Thursday, September 17 that in-person blended learning will begin on September 29. School will be in session the week of September 21 and all children will attend remotely.
Cohort D students (100% remote learning) will follow their regular schedule, as posted on their cohort pages. We have emailed all Cohort A and Cohort B families with a revised schedule for the upcoming week.
All students will report to school remotely September 16 – 18. Blended learning students in Group A will begin in school classes on September 21 and blended learning students in Group B will begin in school classes on September 23. Check out our Covid19/School Reopening page for more information.
We will post our reopening plans as soon as they are finalized. If you are opting for remote learning for your child, complete this survey by August 7. You can opt for remote learning for your child at any time. You will have the opportunity to change your election to blended learning quarterly.
You can learn more about the Department of Education’s reopening plans and your children’s learning options at return to school 2020.
Due to the covid-19 pandemic, PS 150 has been closed by Mayor DeBlasio and Chancellor Carranza. We will post updates related to our reopening as information becomes available.
For any inquiries regarding Fall enrollment and applications for first through fifth grade, contact Laura Cohen at LCohen25@schools.nyc.gov
At PS 150 we seek to nurture the intellectual, emotional, social and physical growth of our students as we engage their hearts and minds in a love of learning. Through a child-centered curriculum integrating the arts, sciences, math and letters, we will create independent, creative thinkers with the tools to excel in their future endeavors.
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