District 26 families are invited to join 1st Parent Empowerment Conference at Queens High School of Teaching (QHST), 74-20 Commonwealth Blvd (The Glen Oaks Campus off Union Turnpike and Commonwealth Blvd) on Saturday, November 7th, 2015 from 9:30am to 1:00PM.
For more information and the registration form: District 26 Parent Empowerment Conference
This year, our school will be participating in the Box Tops for Education™ program and the MS 67 PTA Box Top Coordinator is Christiana Moy. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for you to help our school buy what it needs. Box Tops are each worth 10¢ and they quickly add up to real cash for our school. This school year, our school’s earnings goal is $1,000.
To help our school, just look for pink Box Tops on everyday products, clip them, and send them in to school. Students can submit them into the collection boxes set up in every homeroom. For more information on the Box Tops for Education program, including a list of participating products and our school’s progress, visit www.boxtops4education.com. Be sure to become a member to receive exclusive coupons and recipes and learn about extra ways for our school to earn. Enter contests to help our school earn even more!
I hope you’re excited for everything we can do this year with Box Tops! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to make our school’s Box Tops for Education program a huge success this year. Remember to also invite your family and friends to help clip box tops for our school! Every box top you clip is money for our school. Thanks for your help!
On October 13, 2015 at 9am all sixth grade parents are invited to attend Breakfast with the Principal at MS 67 school library. Please RSVP to Jenny Cho, Parent Coordinator at email@example.com by Friday, October 9, 2015.
For more information, please see the flyer: 6th Grade Breakfast with the Principal.
(Dates for the seventh and eight grade meetings will be announced later in the school year.)
MS 67 will be the host for this District 26 Wellness Family activity on Fridays, October 9 & 16, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. It is open for children in grades 4 and up. The event is organized by Lori Butera, District 26 Family Advocate.
For registration contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.631.6841.
For more information: Ping Pong Flyer
Come out and play!
Other District events coming up:
Bayside Historical Society October Events
Adult ESL Classes in Fresh Meadows
Needs, Wants, Wishes, and Dreams, a workshop for parents special needs children
Glen Oaks Little League Challenger Division
Swim Strong Foundation Classes at Flushing Meadows Aquatic Center
To help parents, we are posting calendars and school information supplied by the MS 67 Parent Coordinator. You can find the archive of these files on our Documents page.
October 2015 Family Calendar
October 2015 Breakfast Menu
October 2015 Lunch Menu
If you have not done so already, please fill out the school meals application for the 2015-2016 school year (nyc.applyforlunch.com). Even if your child does not eat the food provided by the school cafeteria, it is imperative to fill out the meal application form which determines the federal funding your school receives. It is required for every student to submit a meal application.
For more information: Lunch Application Letter
For those parents that did not receive their children’s Jupiter Grades login and passwords by mail, please have your child visit Mr. Schandel and he will provide them with the information necessary for login.
On Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 5:00 PM, MS 67 will be hosting the annual Back to School Night.
You will get a chance to become more familiar with the school, visit the classrooms, meet your children’s teachers, and receive information about the course of study, curriculum content, class requirements. teacher expectations, homework guidelines. grading requirements, and the lunchroom policy.
Please come visit the PTA table in the lobby where you can sign up for the PTA, join the PTA email list, and purchase school T-shirts (approved for use as gym T-shirts).
See you on the 16th!
Megan Rha is the proud parent of an MS67 7th grader, one former student, and three students-in-waiting (yes, FIVE kids!). As a graduate of the New York City public school system, Megan has seen firsthand the importance of a safe, supportive, and challenging school environment for students during their formative middle school years. She considers it a privilege to serve as a bridge between the parents and the school. She hopes to give parents both information, and a voice, and to strongly support the kids, the teachers, and the administration as they pursue their academic and enrichment goals. Aside from her primary commitment to her family, Megan runs her own business, an established and successful law firm in Bayside, and is fluent in the Korean language.
Dina Katz is a proud parent of four kids: an MS67 6th grader, an MS67 8th grader, and two 9th grade alumni. Although she is a full-time working mother, she is very involved in her children’s education. She has served as a member of the School Leadership Team for the past two years and is continuing in that role again this year. Her goal is to collaborate with the school administration and help keep parents informed and involved in our ever-changing school community. She is also fluent in Russian.
Ruth Harrigan is busy as a bee. She has one child in College, one in High School, one in Middle School, and one in Elementary school, not to mention her husband who graduated from grad school just last year. She believes in volunteering at MS67 to foster a stronger bond between the parents and the school as this is her fourth term as the Treasurer. Ruth had a career in finance for more than 20 years. Three years ago she got laid off and decided to change careers by turning her hobby of beekeeping into a full time job. She formulated a line of skincare which is infused with pure honey. Ruth’s mission is to help save the honeybees by donating to 1% For The Planet through the sale of her products. She wants to leave this planet better than she found it for the next generation to enjoy… sweetest regards.
Hila Shalev-Gideon is a parent of 2 boys, a 7th grader and a 9th grader, a former MS67 student. She is a seasoned PTA board volunteer who understands the importance of parents’ involvement in kids’ education. Hila is a high school teacher. She is also fluent in Hebrew.
Arvee Toskas has been involved with the MS 67 PTA as fundraising VP since last year. Currently, she has a 7th grader at 67, an older son who graduated last year and a daughter who is a sophomore in college. She is excited to begin the new school year and hopes that students and parents will participate in the many activities the PTA has planned for the year!
Randy Lee will be serving as one of our Fundraising Vice-Presidents this year. She works for Morgan Stanley in Garden City. She is the proud mother of two daughters, a rising seventh grader at MS67 and a rising fourth grader at PS221. This year, MS67 PTA will have many fundraising events: school rewards through Stop & Shop, Amazon, Target, and Modell’s; we will sell MS67 t-shirts, food, and drinks for all school and PTA events; and we are looking into setting up Chipotle night, an ice skating event, and others fun fundraising activities. Randy would love to have your help, support, and suggestions! Please sign up to receive PTA info, and join us as volunteers. Randy is fluent in both Cantonese and Mandarin.
Lidija Markes is the mother of a 7th grade daughter at MS 67. She is a strategic communications professional with a passion for digital content and past experience in fundraising and development. Her goal this year is to upgrade the PTA’s communication with the parents by managing the web site and establishing an active email list. Lidija is originally from Croatia which explains the pesky “j” in her name. (Yes, it’s pronounced just like Lydia.)
Olga Fridman is the parent of a MS67 rising 8th grader. She got involved in the PTA’s board as a volunteer coordinator by chance, but after a couple of fundraising events, she has realized that their success depends a great deal on parents’ involvement. She could share with you a very satisfying experience of helping 8th graders during “Picture day” or selling piece of pizza to hungry and excited 7th graders during a “Valentine’s Day” dance. Working full-time as a psychotherapist, she really appreciates time and commitment of a busy parent who also chooses to be part of her or his child’s school life. Olga is also fluent in Russian.
Christiana Moy is a proud parent of two children, with a son in the seventh grade at MS67 and a daughter in the fifth grade at PS203. She enjoys being active in children’s schools and feels that it is important that parents be involved with their children’s education in any way possible. She is an active PTA fundraising volunteer at her younger child’s school. Christiana is a product of the NYC public school system and believes that public schools provide an excellent education for our kids despite the challenges of overcrowding and limited funding. Parents should be advocates for their children’s education, and it is important that we maintain a voice in this community.
The State Education Department has released the results of the 2015 Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and Math Tests.
The scores are now available on the new NYC Schools Account: mystudent.nyc.
If you need to set up your account, please refer to the letter from Jenny Cho, MS67 Parent Coordinator:
Letter to Parents
NYC Schools Account Registration Form