Resources for Parents

Learning Bridges is for students who are in Blended Learning at PS 62


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Class of 2020 Please Read

Remote Learning
September 16th

Week 1 - Blended Learning Begins
Monday September 21st with Cohort A Red Group

If you did not receive a postcard please call Jesse at 347-396-0511 or email her at

School Reopening September 2020
Postcards will be mailed to all students homes during the week of August 24-28 with their class, cohort and color.  Please refer to this chart for the days you will attend.

This is a video of the Districts presentation at the CEC Meeting on August 13 and 17

Please check the Care Monkey App (now called Operoo) for all correspondence and to update your information.  

Return to School 2020-2021

This fall, your child’s school will offer a combination of in-person and remote learning. You can choose from two options:

    1. 100% Remote Learning: Opt in to have your child learn 100% remotely (all online, from home). To choose this option for your child, fill out and submit this form. If you are having difficulties completing this form online, call 311.


    2. Combination of In-Person and Remote Learning: Your child can follow their school’s schedule, a mix of in-person days at school and remote learning days from home. Your school will be in touch about its schedule and programming plans in the coming weeks. Please visit the Return to School 2020 pages on the website for more information.

Changing Preferences

  • If you chose 100% Remote Learning but want to change your child’s preference back to Blended Learning, complete this form again by August 7. 
  • After August 7, any family who chose 100% Remote Learning will have the option to change back to Blended Learning at a few specific times during the school year.
  • If no form is submitted for a child, the default for that student will be Blended Learning.

NYC Plan submitted to Department of Health

Questions and Answers Document from District 27

PS 62 will be selecting the Chancellor's Model #2 for 3 groups of students in consideration of the large population.  We will be gathering family input on this in our Parent Engagement Virtual Meeting on Thursday August 6th.

Model 2: One to two days per week in alternating weeks, three in-person student groups

  • This model assumes that a school can serve at any given time at least a third of students who choose in-person learning.
  • Because this model provides the greatest degree of regularity, it is the only option for three in-person groups available for elementary schools and is "Chancellor Recommended" for middle schools that can serve a third of their students.
  • In this model, there are three in-person student groups and one fully remote student group.
  • This model has a three-week cycle that will repeat. For each group there will be one consistent day of the week the student will attend in-person, with Monday and Tuesday rotating among groups. Students will participate in remote learning for non-in person days.
  • Students will receive in-person instruction 1-2 days per week for a total of 5 days every 3 weeks. Students will participate in remote learning for non-in person days. ​
  • Students whose families choose fully remote learning will receive remote instruction every day.

CONGRATULATIONS to Valentina Acevedo from 3-271.  
Her masterpiece, "Color Feelings" has been selected to participate in the sixth annual Queens Borough Arts Festival!!

Vision Statement:  We Prepare Students for their Future

Mission Statement:
We nurture students in a RICH School Culture

"We are Makers"
"Mistakes Grow Your Brain"

All are welcome to apply
We have a Free Afterschool Programs for K-5 from 2:20 to 5:30
Boys and Girls Club

All Students learn Computer Science

Here are some Photos that show our Shared Vision for Learning in action



New Test Scores Available

Telephone:  (718) 286-4460
Breakfast: 7:20am

Assistant Principals
Tracy McMullen
Gina Perez
Racquel Lavacca
PTA President - Susan Reardan