Updates and News From Principal Annello 2.1.2021

So much information!! Please read on…

“Dear MS 67Q School Community,

We hope you and your families are well. Below are a number of important announcement and updates: 

Remote Learning Tomorrow (Tuesday, February 2) and Update

Please all instruction for all students will take place remotely tomorrow (Tuesday, February 2, 2021).  We will be following the same schedules that have been followed since we went all-remote on Thursday, November 19, 2020.  However, please note that due to the expected severe weather conditions, Learning Bridges programs and school food distribution sites will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday, February 2, 2021).

Remote Clubs and Activities 

Our flyer with our list of remote clubs and activities was sent last weekend via PupilPath.  It is also attached to this message.   Our remote clubs and activities are beginning this week. The flyer includes information about the clubs and activities and virtual registration links.  There is also a spreadsheet with other information about the remote clubs and activities attached to this message.  If you have questions about a specific remote club or activity, please reach out to the staff member facilitator at the email address listed on the spreadsheet.

Fall 2020 School Experience Survey 
The Fall 2020 School Experience Survey is now open until Friday, February 5.All teachers, students, and parents can take the survey at the link below.Please take some time to complete the survey as we will analyzing the data to help us continue to grow and improve.The survey data will be more valuable if many teachers, parents, and students take it.The link is below: 


i-Ready Benchmark Assessments (Monday, February 1 through Friday, February 12)

During this week for ELA (February 1, 2021) and next week for Math (February 8, 2021), we would like to partner with you again in having all students remotely complete an online ELA and Math i-Ready Benchmark. Since the beginning of the year, students have completed their initial diagnostic assessments and have completed adaptive ELA/MATH lessons. Parents also should have received the i-Ready diagnostic report from the school via Pupilpath. The February Benchmark will allow students, teachers, and parents to see the growth that has been made since the beginning of the year. Like the first assessment, please allow 45 minutes (one sitting or in increments) for your child to take the benchmark. Students should complete the benchmark independently and the completion, and not the actual assessment grade, of the benchmark will count for a grade in ELA and Math for Marking Period 3. Please help us ensure that your child takes their time while completing the assessment so that they may receive the most accurate results possible. 

To access the Benchmark:
1.  Log into TeachHub
2.  Use Student NYC students account 
3.  Click the Clever app (Big C) 
4.  Click the I-Ready app (tri-colored cube) 
5.  Click on Reading or Math.  
Should you have any questions or issues, please do not hesitate to reach out to Ms. Lam (ELA) or Mr. Annello (Math). 

NYC Schools Accounts

If you haven’t already done so, please sign up for a NYC Schools Account.As a school, we want to make sure This account will give you access to important information regarding the Department of Education and your child.You can use the link below to create an account: 


Also, if you need help creating an account or acquiring an access code, please contact Jenny Cho, our Parent Coordinator.Her email address is xcho@schools.nyc.gov.We are preparing for the possibility that we will no longer be able to use our own school domain ms67q.com in future school years.  In addition, we want to make sure 100% of our parents have signed up so that you can have access to vote in upcoming education council elections as well as have access to your child’s DOE email account.

Parental Consent for Weekly COVID-19 Testing for In-Person Students

Parental consent for in-school COVID-19 testing must be submitted for students expecting to return for in-person learning.It is easiest and most efficient to submit parental consent through students’ NYC Schools Accounts.If you have questions about NYC Schools Accounts, please reach out to our Jenny Cho, our Parent Coordinator, at xcho@schools.nyc.gov.Parental consent can also be submitted by scanning the completed consent form and emailing it to covidtest@ms67q.com.Please note students will be placed in all-remote cohort D if parental consent is not submitted prior to the return of in-person learning.The parental consent form can be found at the following link: 


Upcoming Parent Workshops

We will be offering Parent Workshops on Tuesday, February 9 and Tuesday, March 16 that we hope you will be able to attend.  The titles for the workshops, RSVP links, Zoom links, and Zoom access information are below:

Tuesday, February 9 at 9:00am: Socialization During the Pandemic

RSVP Link:


Zoom Link and Access Information:
Meeting ID: 834 8891 1002, Passcode: 730219

Tuesday, March 16 at 9:00am: Building Self-Esteem and Resilience in Our Children
RSVP Link:
Zoom Link and Access Information:
Meeting ID: 825 3920 6569, Passcode: 342877

Upcoming Virtual Parent Coffee and Conversation Meetings with Principal Annello

The RSVP links, Zoom links, and Zoom access information for our upcoming Virtual Parent Coffee and Conversation Meetings are below. 

Virtual Grade 7 Parent Coffee and Conversation on Friday, February 5 at 9:00am:

Grade 7 RSVP Link:


Grade 7 Zoom Link and Access Information:
Meeting ID: 810 6340 5768, Passcode: 418394

Virtual Grade 6 Parent Coffee and Conversation on Wednesday, February 10 at 9:00am:
Grade 6 RSVP Link:

Grade 6 Zoom Link and Access Information:
Meeting ID: 898 0728 3491, Passcode: 818174

Virtual Grade 8 Parent Coffee and Conversation on Friday, February 26 at 9:00am:

Grade 8 RSVP Link:


Grade 8 Zoom Link and Access Information:
Meeting ID: 845 9392 9443, Passcode: 624550

Thank you for your continued support. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions. 

The MS 67Q Administrative Team”