A Message From The Principal

P.S. 212 Principal’s Message

 

 Family Friday Meeting PDF.pdf 

Please complete the Department of Education preference survey to let us know if you plan to keep your child 100% remote or in a blended model in September 

Learning Preference Survey for September

 

 

Re-Opening

As you may have heard by now, the Chancellor and Mayor have postponed the start of school.

First Day of School – Delayed Opening Announced
This morning Mayor DeBlasio announced information on the dates for reopening.

  • Wednesday, September 16th: All NYC public school students will begin instruction in a fully remote model
    • September 16th-19th will be a fully remote transition and orientation period for all students.
  • Monday, September 21st: Buildings will open for scheduled days of in-person instruction for Blended Learning students
    • Blended Model students (Groups ABC) will report to school for their scheduled days of in-person instruction
Rina Horne
Principal
PS 212K
87 Bay 49th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 266-4841
 
 “Today is a GOOD day for a Good day!” 

Group ABC PS 212 Calendar

Mrs Hornes' Family Meeting September 11, 2020

iPad Update August 13, 2020

Please Make Sure You Follow These Steps If You Are Having Problems With DOE Issued iPads

iPad Update August 13, 2020

For anyone who has a DOE-loaned ipad, we have some important updates for you. It is essential that you take the actions below to ensure your child’s ipad is ready for use for return to school. The first day of school is only a few weeks away, and all students will be working remotely for at least a few days a week. Your child will need their ipad to be ready for learning for the fall. Please note that when we have other updates, we will send messages to you and your iPad on Thursdays, and we will let your schools know about the updates.

To prepare, you MUST 

Turn on the iPad

Some iPads have not been turned on all summer. We need you to charge and power up the ipad.

Turn Airplane Mode On and Off

This will reset your internet connection

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Find the Airplane Mode button
  3. Turn Airplane Mode on for ten seconds (button turns green)
  4. Turn Airplane Mode off and wait until the ipad reconnects to the internet 
  5. You will see the connected icon at the top of the screen
  6. Go to schools.nyc.gov to make sure your ipad is connected to the internet - all DOE-loaned ipads have internet access.

Sign into Zscaler

To ensure your child is using the internet with all the safety the DOE requires to protect your child. You will need to sign into the content filter application, Zscaler. Follow these directions, or see the instructions on our Zscaler page:

  1. Return to the main screen.
  2. Tap the Zscaler icon.
  3. Once Zscaler is open (you don’t need to sign in), wait for the “Service Status” to say “ON”.
  4. Close Zscaler.
  5. That is it. You can use the iPad normally now.

Sign into the Learn at Home App

To get ready for the first day of school, make connecting to learning and support much easier for your child (and you, too!), and allow you to get notifications on the iPad:

  1. Find the Learn at Home icon on the main screen on the iPad
  2. Log in using your @nycstudents.net account (only use the student’s username and password, no need to include @nycstudents to log in)
  3. From the Learn at Home app your child can access TeachHub, Google Classroom and get help.

Good news! Your child’s iPad is Now a Hotspot

That allows you to connect other devices used for remote learning to the internet. It is easy:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Find Personal Hotspot and click to take you to the login screen
  3. Select Allow Others to Join
  4. Devices other students in your house are using for remote learning can be added to that connection
  5. As a reminder, as with the ipad itself, the hotspot connection is to be used only to access remote learning activities. Any unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.

Tech Support Through The DOE For iPads

If you have ongoing issues with technology to support learning at home, even after visiting our support pages (such as Getting Started with Your iPadTeachHubGetting Started with Google ClassroomGetting Started with Teams) please fill out the Technical Support for Families form. The form uses Google Translate in the top right corner. 

You can use the form to let us know what issues you are having with NYCDOE iPads or other devices including:

  • Status or delivery of iPad request
  • Reporting a lost or stolen device
  • Support for sign in and use of iPad or other DOE devices
  • Help with applications (including Google Classroom)

Click Here To Submit A Ticket For Technical Support For Families.

Watch This Video On How To Log Into Your Childs Google Classroom Stream

DOE School Year Calendar for 2020-2021 School Year

Getting Started with Your iPad

Getting Started with Your iPad

The DOE has loaned iPads to students across the city for remote learning. Here you will find information on how to get started with your iPad. School staff and community members can also use this information to help students with connectivity and other troubleshooting issues.

iPad Update August 13, 2020

For anyone who has a DOE-loaned ipad, we have some important updates for you. It is essential that you take the actions below to ensure your child’s ipad is ready for use for return to school. The first day of school is only a few weeks away, and all students will be working remotely for at least a few days a week. Your child will need their ipad to be ready for learning for the fall. Please note that when we have other updates, we will send messages to you and your iPad on Thursdays, and we will let your schools know about the updates.

To prepare, you MUST 

Turn on the iPad

Some iPads have not been turned on all summer. We need you to charge and power up the ipad.

Turn Airplane Mode On and Off

This will reset your internet connection

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Find the Airplane Mode button
  3. Turn Airplane Mode on for ten seconds (button turns green)
  4. Turn Airplane Mode off and wait until the ipad reconnects to the internet 
  5. You will see the connected icon at the top of the screen
  6. Go to schools.nyc.gov to make sure your ipad is connected to the internet - all DOE-loaned ipads have internet access.

Sign into Zscaler

To ensure your child is using the internet with all the safety the DOE requires to protect your child. You will need to sign into the content filter application, Zscaler. Follow these directions, or see the instructions on our Zscaler page:

  1. Return to the main screen.
  2. Tap the Zscaler icon.
  3. Once Zscaler is open (you don’t need to sign in), wait for the “Service Status” to say “ON”.
  4. Close Zscaler.
  5. That is it. You can use the iPad normally now.

Sign into the Learn at Home App

To get ready for the first day of school, make connecting to learning and support much easier for your child (and you, too!), and allow you to get notifications on the iPad:

  1. Find the Learn at Home icon on the main screen on the iPad
  2. Log in using your @nycstudents.net account (only use the student’s username and password, no need to include @nycstudents to log in)
  3. From the Learn at Home app your child can access TeachHub, Google Classroom and get help.

Good news! Your child’s iPad is Now a Hotspot

That allows you to connect other devices used for remote learning to the internet. It is easy:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Find Personal Hotspot and click to take you to the login screen
  3. Select Allow Others to Join
  4. Devices other students in your house are using for remote learning can be added to that connection
  5. As a reminder, as with the ipad itself, the hotspot connection is to be used only to access remote learning activities. Any unauthorized use is strictly prohibited

Wonderful Things Happening Here At P.S 212!

Staff Appreciation Week !

P.S. 212 Stays Home !

A Message From Our 212 Family To Yours

P.S. 212 Earth Day Project!

P.S. 212 Virtual Pet Book

TrashFormer Winners!

The entries were all amazing and so creative!   I loved them all. These are the top 13 that really stood out!   

Contest Winners.docx 

CONTACT US...

You can also reach the administrative team or receive important notifications daily by joining our Family Remind App. The information can be found on this website under "Important Announcements."  

Principal, Rina Horne, rhorne@schools.nyc.gov

 Assistant Principal, Helen Stern, hstern3@schools.nyc.gov

Assistant Principal, Sharon Dror, sdror2@schools.nyc.gov

  

Sites Where Students Can Pick Up Meals Daily For Free!

Hello Parents, Please open the PDF below to see a list of schools in your area

where your child can pick up 3 free meals every day!

Grab & Go District Sites 

Hope This Helps!

Parents and Guardians: We’ve made it easier to sign up for a NYC Schools Account (NYCSA).

Setting up a basic account will allow you to get emergency notifications from the DOE.

You can create a basic account online from any computer, phone, or tablet. All you need to do is:

·        Go to https://mystudent.nyc/saa/signup 

·        Set up the account by:

o   Entering  your name and email address,

o   creating a password, and

o   answering a few brief security questions so you can reset the password if you forget it.

 

After you create your account, you will need to verify your identity and your relationship to that student. You can do that at the upcoming Parent-Teacher Conferences on 3/5/2020. Once you do that you will be able to see your child’s grades, test scores, and attendance. 

 

P.S. 212 is a Move-to-Improve All-Star-School

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Statement on Accessibility

Statement on Accessibility: We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 . If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Mrs. Stern to request assistance via: email hstern3@schools.nyc.gov ; by telephone (718) 266-4841; or by mailing address, 87 Bay 49th street, Brooklyn NY 11214.