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To all our P.S. 94 Families
As we come to the end of the school year 2015, we look forward to the coming holidays, the vacation, the time with our families and also welcoming a bright New Year. It’s a time to reflect on what we’ve done and what we would like to do in the coming months. I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to enjoy your family time but also keep in mind that this is also a great time to visit the library or a book store where you can spend some quality time enjoying reading a holiday story with your children. We would also like to take this opportunity to tell you how grateful and thankful we are for all the volunteer support you give PS 94 through your participation in meetings, events and community involvement. From PS 94 to all our families we would like to wish you all a healthy and prosperous Holiday and a Happy New Year!
Elaine Ayala & Nellie Hernandez
Parent Coordinators, Elaine Ayala - Eayala6@Schools.nyc.gov or Nellie Hernandez - Nhernandez20@Schools.nyc.gov .PS 94 is using the Pupil Path website (an online grading portal) to help keep you informed about your child's education. Parents can login anytime to check your child's current grades and get information about homework, test scores, projects, assignments, attendance, upcoming events, and to contact teachers. It's secure and private, so no one else can see your personal information. Please visit PupilPath.com for information about your child's progress in school.
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