PS19Q

Marino P. Jeantet School

40-10 99th Street, Corona, NY 11368

718-424-5859

Remote Learning - September 16th, 17th, & 18th, 2020

School is scheduled to start September 16th remotely (from home) for ALL students.

Instructional Orientation
All students will reconnect to their school community, learn the health and safety procedures,
check technical connectivity and have wellness checks with their teachers and guidance staff.

Remote Learning Continued - September 21st to 28th, 2020 for K through 5

September 21st begins in person blended learning for Pre-K.

This begins WEEK 1.
That Monday will be a
Cohort A day so all students assigned to Cohort A will attend live remote
while Group B, C, and D continue remotely on this day.
Please see the attached model to see what days each cohort will attend in person.
The school schedule will be 8:30am-2pm for All Students.


In-Person Blended Learning - Begins Tuesday, September 29th, 2020

This will be WEEK 2.

That Tuesday will be a Cohort C day so all students assigned to Cohort C will attend school in-person
while Group A, B, and D continue remotely on this day.

Please remember to complete the Health Screening Survey ONLY on the day your child will attend in person.

Please see the attached model to see what days each cohort will attend in person.
The school schedule will be 8:30am-2pm for All Students.


Blended learning schedule Model 2 with 3 cohorts

PS19Q Mission Statement

Children of PS19Q are empowered to achieve their highest levels of personal academic excellence.

Our goal is to instill habits in our students that will foster autonomy

and help them become the leaders of today and tomorrow.

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Teachhub Student Log In
Students should use this link to log in to their @nycstudents.net accounts.

Technical Support for Families
Use this link to put in a help ticket for your DOE Ipad if you are having issues.

Getting Started with Your Ipad
Use this link to find helpful step-by-step instructions if your DOE iPad is having Internet connection issues.