A note from Mrs. Murillo
June 27, 2016
Congratulations to ALL our students at PS 38!
What can I do this summer?
Here are some web sites with activities and event to add some excitement to your summer.
Upcoming Events This Week
Labor DayPS38 George Cromwell School
First day of SchoolFirst full day for grades 1-5. Half day for Kindergarten. Pre-K will have assigned times to come with their parents.PS38 George Cromwell School
Kindergarten first FULL dayPS38 George Cromwell School
Eid al-Adha-NO SchoolNO SCHOOLPS38 George Cromwell School
Back to School NightCome and meet your child's teachers, find out what they will be learning this year and how you can help your child sussed in school.PS38 George Cromwell School
Parents Information Links
Parent Notices-supply lists for 2016-2017
Save the Date
Dates to Remember: Mark your calendars
Where can I find....?
General- All subject, All grades
Getting Ready for Next Year...
Our first day of school is September 8, 2016.
Kindergarten will have a half a day on September 8, 2016 and a FULL day on September 9, 2016.
Pre-Kindergarten will have assigned times, please look for a note from the school.
For the full school calendar click HERE. 201617FamilyFriendlySchoolYearCalendar.pdf
Physical Education...NOT just in school
FITNESSGRAM helps students to learn about components of health-related fitness: aerobic capacity (how well the heart and lungs perform during physical activity), muscle strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Each score is evaluated using the Healthy Fitness Zone® standards. The NYC FITNESSGRAM assessment for students in grades K—12 is one tool to support students as they develop personal goals for lifelong fitness. It does not compare one student to another. NYC FITNESSGRAM results are not the complete measure of health, but they do provide key information about aspects of a child’s health and fitness levels. Doctors tell us that the eating and activity habits developed in childhood are crucial to lifelong health. NYC FITNESSGRAM gives students, families, teachers, and health care providers another tool to create healthy futures for all our children.
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