city is now at a COVID-19 high (orange) alert level.
May 17, 2022 Dear Families,
Due to recent increases in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in New York City, the city is now at a COVID-19 high (orange) alert level. This means there is significant spread of COVID-19 in the city.
We urge you to take the following proven precautions to protect your family and our communities:
Wear a mask. We recommend that everyone age 2 and older wear a well-fitting mask in all public
indoor settings, including at school and early childhood education (ECE) programs, even if not required. Encourage your child to wear a mask while at school or ECE program and when gathering with friends. Your child’s school has masks available.
Get vaccinated and boosted. Everyone age 5 and older should get vaccinated against COVID-19, including getting a booster shot when eligible. Vaccines have saved countless lives and are our best defense against the virus. Find a vaccination site at nyc.gov/vaccinefinder or by calling 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692). You can get vaccinated for free, regardless of immigration or insurance status.
Stay home when sick. Everyone should stay home if they are sick or test positive for COVID-19 and follow all guidance, including wearing a well-fitting face mask for 10 days.
Get tested. Everyone should get tested if they have COVID-19 symptoms, were recently with someone who has COVID-19, recently traveled or were at a large event. Schools are giving each child four at-home tests per week and testing is available throughout the city. To find a testing site, visit nyc.gov/covidtest. Testing is free at many sites.
Consider other precautions, such as avoiding crowds, limiting gatherings to a small number of people, increasing ventilation, and wearing a higher quality mask. This is especially important for people who are at increased risk due to age, underlying medical condition, or because they are unvaccinated.
If you or your child tests positive for COVID-19, call your health care provider or 212-COVID19 (212-268-4319) to ask about treatment options for people age 12 and older. To learn more, including about who is eligible, visit nyc.gov/health/covidtreatments. If your child tests positive, please inform their school or ECE program. Children who test positive or are home with symptoms can receive free online learning and office hours while out sick.
If we all do our part, we can beat this COVID-19 wave and enjoy a safe and healthy spring and summer.
Press Release from NYC DOE ChancellorHappy Tuesday,Attached is the Press Release from NYC DOE Chancellor. They are links to find information regarding the process of C37 of CSD Superintendents.In addition, every District has been given a townhall date to meet the final candidates. Parents, staff, and others may be allowed to ask questions, also we will be able to hear the responses and see the process .Please register for our D11 Townhall at https://learndoe.org/supt2022/. Our date is Monday, May 23rd at 7:15pm. Everyone is welcomed. Our Superintendent Cristine Vaughan is a finalist for District 11.Please share with families, staff, and community.Thank you,In service and unity for our Children and Families,Yvette CrespoFamily Leadership CoordinatorEngage, Educate and Empower FamiliesSuperintendent Cristine VaughanCommunity School District 111250 Arnow AveBronx, NY 10469718-519-2620718-519-2626 FaxPS041X
P.S. 41 Vendor EventPS041X
Free Food Giveaway!
Free Food Giveaway
Friday, March 25th at 2pm
E. 204th St and Hull AvePS041X
PTA MEETING MARCH 5TH!PS041X
Black History MonthCome join us for a night of celebration, through song, dance, poetry, rap and spoken word.We will have the capacity to enjoy all of our families and students so please join us on Wednesday, February 16 at 6pm.For your convenience see below:PS041X
PS 41 Chipotle Fundraiser!
Chipotle Fundraiser for PS 41 PTA
Saturday, Feb 26th from 4-8 p.m.
2190 White Plains Road, BX
Order online for pick up using the code AKTM6HF or show the flyer at the restaurant!PS041X
Middle School Application Process Meeting
To: 5th grade Parents/Guardians
Please join us on February 15, 2022, at 4:30pm via Zoom for an information session on applying to middle-school. Letters were sent home last week with your child as it pertains to creating and starting the middle school application process. If you have not done so already, please create a Myschools account via www.myschools.nyc Your Myschools account is needed to complete the middle school application.
Parents/Guardians should have already received their Welcome Letters from the Office of Middle-School enrollment this letter is extremely important for it contains your activation code. If you need your child’s activation code, please reach out to the school counselor.
The Middle-School information session would be held on Tuesday February 15, 2022, at 4:30 pm via Zoom. Please use the following link for Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8286295347?pwd=NFUrRy9BQi8xbDBxU1BtaktpWWdsZz09 Meeting ID: 828 629 5347 Passcode: Student
Important Deadlines: March 01, 2022-Last day to apply for Middle-School.
If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the School Counselor Ms. Youngblood or Parent Coordinator Ms. Collazo.PS041X
Memorial Day, schools closedPS041X
Clerical Day, K–5, K–6, 6–8, and K–12 schools and D75 programs, students in these schools do not attendPS041X
Chancellor’s Conference Day for staff development, students do not attendPS041X
Juneteenth (observed), schools closedPS041X
Last day of school for studentsPS041X
8:00 AM – 2:20 PM
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Michelle Maynard, Principal
Shekedia Brock, Assistant Principal
Colisha Smith, Assistant Principal
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