Join us tonight for our first CPA/Parent Meeting 6-7:30PM in the auditorium. (General parent meetings are held every first Monday of the month, as per monthly school calendar)
Tonight’s guest speaker is NJCAP (NJ Child Assault Prevention)representative, who will provide a preview of the workshops that will be conducted in classrooms over the next few months, and answer parent questions. Each age-appropriate workshop will cover a spectrum of important safety issues for children. Program is facilitated by the PS16 Anti-Bullying Specialist and Guidance Counselor Mr. Scott Sigler via grant.
Last week Jersey City became the first city in the state to recognize childhood cancer awareness month by raising a flag above city hall. We are so proud of our very own PS16 student Jackson Germadnig for representing his peers at the flag raising ceremony. Jackson was recognized by the City for his bravery in fighting leukemia, and was awarded a beautiful medal! You are our hero, Jackson!
Citywide Parent Committee meeting, hosted by BOE Trustees Gina Verdibello and Joan Terrell-Paige will take place TONIGHT at 6PM, in the P.S.#16 Auditorium. Parents from all Jersey City Public Schools can attend.
Other important dates for the following weeks:
Tuesday, Sept. 17, 6:30-8PM – P.S.#16 Open House – Parents will hear a presentation by the Principal & the CPA Team, get updates regarding the AfterSchool Program registration, uniform deliveries and the upcoming Family Movie Night. Parents will also have the opportunity to meet their class teachers, and receive information about joining class groups such as Remind, ClassDojo, What’sApp
UPDATED** Wednesday, Sept. 18, 6:30-8PMDanforth Ave Early Childhood Center/PS16 Annex Open House at 160 Danforth Ave. – hosted by Mr. Salgado and Danforth staff. Parents will have the opportunity to meet Parent Council/CPA Team members designated to assist with questions and concerns regarding Danforth Ave site.
Thank you to all our families who enrolled in Cornelia Bradford Camp, and to our wonderful PS16 Teachers and Staff who made it possible! The past four weeks have been an absolute blast! The kids worked on their summer reading, math games, science experiments, crochet club, took walks to the park, saw Toy Story 4 at the big cinema at Newport Mall and travelled to Coney Island Aquarium!
Special thanks to the JCPD officers of the East District for being our camp partners this summer, by escorting us to the movies, playing with us in the park and for throwing us an awesome ice cream party!
We will miss everyone so much and cannot wait to see you back in school in September!
We wish everyone happy end-of-school year and would like to remind you that Cornelia Bradford Camp will begin on Monday, June 24. Here are a few preliminary details to remember.
All registrants will receive an email with Waver/Disclosure forms that need to be submitted on the first day of camp. (If you are unable to view/print the forms at home, hard copies will be provided at school on Monday morning)
Camp hours are 8:30AM-5:30PM, Monday – Friday (June 24 – July 19, with the exception of July 4, when school is closed), with the following schedule:
Morning Learning: 8:30AM-12:30PM
Sports Camp: 12:30PM-2:30PM
After Care: 2:30PM-5:30PM
(snack served 2:45PM)
Kids can wear regular comfortable clothes and shoes, (students participating in Sports camp must wear sneakers and sunscreen for safety). Once camp t-shirts arrive, students can wear camp shirts as preferred uniform.
Pizza Mondays & Fridays! – Camp will provide Pizza each Monday and Friday of camp duration, we ask that you please pack lunch on all other days (Tues,Wed.,Thu), and a water bottle every day.
All children in After Care will be provided snack every day of camp.
Stay tuned for Field Trip dates and times. If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As we congratulated our 5th Graders in making a move to Middle School, we had to bid farewell to one pf PS16 most loyal parent volunteers of 11 years. Mrs. Maria Tolentino had an opportunity to serve on 5 different PS16 parent council teams in various capacities, has formed a PTA non-profit at Academy 1 school, and is an absolutely invaluable person, hardworking, optimistic and generous – universally loved by fellow parents, students, teachers and staff. Maria, we will miss you more than we can express. Thank you for all that you have done for our children and their teachers throughout the years!