Device for Remote Learning Help

High School Offer Letters Available for 8th Graders

From MS 67Q Administrative Team:

Dear 8th Grade Students and Parents,

We hope this message finds you and your families well.  Please note that later today, the Office of Student Enrollment (OSE) will:

� Notify families by email that they can log into MySchools to view their child’s high school offer.

� Call parents/guardians who do not have an online account in MySchools to let them know that their offer letter is available. We expect printed offer letters for these students to be mailed by today.

Office of School Enrollment will also print and mail all other students’ offer letters to each student’s home address by early April.

There will be no Round 2 application this year. Instead, all high school programs (except the nine Specialized High Schools) will have waitlists. Waitlists will open for schools and families on Monday, March 23, 2020.

Please note the emails have not been sent yet by the Office of School Enrollment.  You should receive these emails later today.  Also, emails will not all come at the same time, and some students and parents may receive their offer emails in advance of other.  If you have any questions about High School Offer Letters and next steps after receiving the email, please reach out to our Guidance Counselors according to the first letter of your last name:

-Last Names A-L Mr. Jerard Armstrong (

-Last Names M-Z Ms. Nina Scalici  (

The best ways to reach our Guidance Counselors will be through email or PupilPath.  On PupilPath, you can ensure a message will be forwarded to their emails by checking off on the bottom of the message.  If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to a member of the Administrative Team.

The MS 67Q Administrative Team

Setting Up Student Accounts

From MS 67Q Administrative Team:

Dear MS 67Q School Community,

Our staff has been working collaboratively to set up Google Classroom accounts for all students across all classes in order to launch remote learning starting Monday.  In order to access Google Classroom, students need to set up their email accounts (please note some students (i.e. 6th grade students in Mr. Sweeney’s Coding classes) already have accounts).  If you need to set up an student email account, please follow the steps below:

To Login:

-Go to like you would for a regular gmail address

-Whereas for a regular gmail, you only have to put your username. For google classroom, you need to enter your With no domain, it defaults to assuming it’s a domain. 

-Every student’s user name is the first initial of their first name, followed by the first four letters of their last name, followed by the last 4 digits of their ID#. Your PW is your whole ID#.

For example, if a student is John Pasteur with OSIS# 123456789. He would enter, then enter 123456789 as the Password.

You will be receiving Google Classroom invitation codes from your teachers over the course of the next few days to join their classes.  If you have any questions, please reach out to your teachers or a member of the Administrative Team through PupilPath.  We thank you for your continued support and understanding.   

The MS67 Administrative Team 

We have sent these same instructions through PupilPath as well.  This will allow us to launch Remote Learning for students this Monday.  Thank you for your help in getting our information out.  Any information and updates moving forward will continue to be shared through PupilPath, the school website, the PTA website, and Phone Messenger (if necessary).  Stay safe and healthy!

Remote Learning Devices

From NYC Department of Education:

To help students stay connected during emergencies, the DOE is lending internet-enabled iPads to support remote learning for students. If you would like to request a device for a NYC student in your family, please fill out the form below. The DOE will use the contact information you provide to get in touch with you to discuss when and where you can pick up a device. Priority will be given to students most in need, and all devices are granted on a temporary basis and will later need to be returned. There is a limit of one device per student.