at P.S. 177, Queens is We C.A.R.E.
This sums up the “whole family” in our school environment. We are committed and dedicated to
Communicate, Applaud, Research and Educate all of our students, staff,
administration, and parents in reaching the “New Standards”. Our aims are simple yet all
encompassing as we struggle to meet the rigorous demand of the new millennium. We envision this to be an exciting time
for our 177 family as we continue to implement C.A.R.E. throughout our
school. The following reflects our
objectives as we strive to meet the “New Core Standards”.
– Communication is important for our students and their parents. We continue to have an Open Door policy
for all involved in the education of our special students. Time will continue to be provided for
our staff to communicate their needs and concerns. We communicate with surrounding universities as well as
District 75 in expressing the needs, concerns and aspirations of P. S. 177
– Acclamations are due to our wonderful staffs who continue to shine in the
education our students. Our staff is
collaborative with each other, as well as with colleagues in other placements
and school environments. We
applaud the parents of our students for their active participation in school
affairs. We would like to see
participation from more of our parents as our School Leadership Committee
develops. P. S. 177Q also applauds District 75 for providing assistance and
workshops for all of our 177 family (staff, parents and administrators).
– P.S. 177Q is determined to
continue to seek out programs and methods that will enhance learning experiences
for our students. Our staff hopes
to accomplish this with the assistance of universities, colleges, and District
75. We are committed to search for
agencies and groups that can assist our parents with their many concerns. Research is an essential component
involving all who educate and care for our special education students.
– It is our utmost priority to educate each and everyone of our students to the
best of our ability. Complacency
is not applicable or tolerated. We
must meet the demands of the “New Standards” and expose our student to new methods
that will increase their academic and behavioral performance. Teachers, administrators, and parents
must all collaborate in this important endeavor. Participation in workshops, the latest technological
advances, and continued research will aid to educate all involved.
conclusion, C.A.R.E. (Communicating, Applauding, Researching, and Educating) is
the goal towards which we at P.S. 177 Queens continue to strive. The “New Standards” will promote our
vision in having our students achieve in all aspects of their lives.