Welcome To P224Q
Ms. Jamie Allen
Every Child, Every Opportunity, Every Day!
The community of P.224Q continuously develops and refines their educational practices supporting their beliefs that students learn best when: · They are taught through well-planned targeted, and differentiated lessons designed to give all students access to the curriculum and accelerate their learning · When they are presented with learning activities related to a lesson that challenge their thinking and give multiple opportunities for application of material taught · When they are given immediate meaningful feedback and opportunities to self-assess · When they are taught in an environment where they feel safe to learn and take risks to develop their understanding
Meet Our Administrative Team
Ms. Stacy Podolsky
Letters from Principal Jamie
Dear P.224Q Community,
We hope you all have a wonderful Spring Break! Enjoy the time with your families and do something that makes you all happy! We have been busy planning:
the Spring Fling with the Family Engagement Action Team
a Science Fair
and the Commencement Ceremonies.
We look forward to seeing you all at the Spring Fling with your families and enjoying the movie we will watch under the stars. Please be on the lookout for flyers about all the fun activities. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any ideas, questions, or concerns.
We hope you and your family can find time to relax and recharge. We will see you all when school reopens on April 17, 2023!
Jamie, Danielle, Stacy, John, Mary
Important Dates to remember!
After a school-wide vote, we are now the P224Q Owl's!
COVID Testing with a little
help from our friend Delight!
P224 Student Council
P224 Citizens of The Month
Thank you to all the P224Q Families and staff for making our Homecoming event such a huge success!
Thank you all for a successful
"Principals FundRaiser" !
Students are expected to attend school every day.
95% attendance is recommended by the P. 224Q Attendance Committee. Good attendance has a high correlation to student success.
Parents are expected to call the school when a student is absent to inform us of the reason. If we do not hear from you, the school will contact your home.
A written note must accompany the child upon his or her return to school, as required by education law. A doctor’s note can excuse a student from an unauthorized absence.
An attendance teacher will be notified if a student is absent for three or more days and we are unable to contact the parent. In addition, after three days you will need to contact the bus company to reinstate pick up.
If a student is going out of town for an extended period you are required to put in writing where the student is going, for how long they will be away and leave a phone number where contact can be made even if it is out of the country.