Every parent wants to see their child experience success in the classroom. So, what’s the best way to help your child prepare for tests—and keep a healthy mindset while doing so? Here’s some simple tips for parents to help your child perform his or her best on testing days.
Parent Teacher Conferences are quickly approaching. On March 14th 2019, conferences will take place at P.S.120 from 12:40pm-2:40 pm and 4:30pm-7:30pm. This is a great opportunity for both parents and teachers to build a partnership with one another so that students receive all of the support that they might need. Below are some effective questions to ask at the upcoming parent-teacher conference.
The March Fitness calendar is a great way to get moving at home! Not only is this a great way to get children active, but it can also be a family activity. After completing a daily task, you can check it off on your calendar. There are so many fun activities included in the calendar for your children to complete. If your child is having a good time with the daily activity, challenge them to complete it more than once!
Have you ever wondered what your children are eating for breakfast or lunch at school? No need to worry because thanks to the NYC Department of Education students are able to enjoy delicious and nutritious meals everyday when they come to school. For parents who would like to learn more about what their children are eating there are useful resources and websites available with those details.
This year in order to celebrate Lunar New Year teachers prepared activities such as lantern making for the students. Students not only created small arts and crafts, but also learned about Chinese customs. Two of our lower grade teachers paid a visit to the Queens Public Library to take part of their Lunar New Year celebration. They were able to spend time with parents and some of our P.S.120 students at the event.
Time seems to be flying by, but for many families, the midwinter recess is a great time to slow things down and create some special memories. The 2019 midwinter break kicks off for New York City public schools on Saturday, February 16 and continues through Sunday, February 24, giving kids 9 full days of holiday playtime. To help you make the most of the February vacation, we've rounded up 35 things to do with kids across all five boroughs. Click here to view the list of activities!
This year’s Lunar New Year’s celebration will take place on February 9th, 2019. Flushing, Queens is home to the largest Chinese community in New York City. There will be a parade and performances from local groups to help celebrate. The meeting point for the parade is:
Apply Now for Exciting STEM Enrichment Programs for Spring Break! Kindergarten through grade 12 students can apply nowto attend exciting spring break STEM enrichment and experiential learning programs. A wide range of programs are offered. Explore, tinker, discover, and design with us! Don’t miss out, spots are limited and the application deadline is Friday, February 15.
On the 15th, the New York City Department of Education (DOE) held the "2018 Fall Parent-child English Course Closing Ceremony" at the Public 120 Elementary School. In addition to holding large-scale awards, parents and children were invited to take the stage to share their experiences.