Important Information and Contacts
Steffen Nelson, our Parent Coordinator is happy to help you with any and all questions and can be reached at (718) 832-4362 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jill Sandusky, Principal: email@example.com; (718) 832-4611
Melissa Moskowitz, Assistant Principal: firstname.lastname@example.org ; (718) 832-4311
Rhonda Hendrickson, Assistant Principal: RHendri@schools.nyc.gov
You can track your child’s progress on PupilPath at www.pupilpath.org. Login information will be provided when school begins. Students receive progress reports 6 times a year including official grades in January and June.
You will receive an automated phone call to your primary phone number every day your child is absent from first period. You will receive a follow-up call in the evening if your child arrives after first period. For excused absences, please send a written note or email to Luis Caban email@example.com . Mr. Caban and the main office can be reached by phone at (718) 832-4305.
We have 3 guidance counselors available to students and families.
Andres Ortega (grades 6-9): AOrtega8@schools.nyc.gov; (718) 832-4318
Alissa Lembo (grades 9-11): firstname.lastname@example.org; (718) 832-4316
Zandra Cuevas (College and grade 12): email@example.com; (718) 832-4302
Any medication that students take during the school day require completion of a Medication Administration Form which are available from the main office.
PTA and PSC Pulse
You can access the school calendar and sign up for our newsletter the PSC Pulse by visiting our website at www.parkslopecollegiate.org. To contact the PTA directly email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Approximately 20% of our students have IEPs and many of our classes have two teachers. Counseling is provided by PSC counselors and other related services are provided by our building’s School Based Support Team. Marti Tiffany, our special education coordinator, can be reached at email@example.com or at (718) 832-4314.
All students who live beyond a certain distance will receive a MetroCard on the first day of school. Students must report lost MetroCards to Mr. Caban in the main office. Replacement takes at least one day depending on availability.
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