REspect for All Week, February 5, 8, 9, 10, 11
February 5th begins New York City’s “Respect For All Week." It is the DOE’s policy to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from bullying, including cyberbullying, and free from harassment, intimidation, and/or discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, weight, or disability. “Respect For All Week” is designed to continue the focus on promoting respect for diversity and creating inclusive school climates so that all students and other members of the school community feel safe and respected.
Help your Child tolerate wearing a mask
We are practicing being safe at school!
The New Way to Greet!
Welcome to P811Q in Little Neck, NY! We are committed to helping students with disabilities be successful in school and in life!
Our program focuses on functional academic, vocational, and life skills. We combine subject areas, job training, life skills and fun! Under normal circumstances, students learn in school and in the community. During the pandemic, our teachers and staff members have developed creative ways to engage students to teach them the skills they need.
P811Q Administrative Team
The mission of P811Q is to promote challenging educational and functional opportunities that will enable all students to become participating, fulfilled members of a multicultural society. This will enable students to maximize their independence and potential in inclusive environments within our public schools and the global community. P811Q is committed to supporting the development and implementation of comprehensive programs, which enable students to maximize their potential in environments within our public schools and the larger community. P811Q will achieve this mission by placing and educating students in programs that integrate academics, technology, related and support services, occupational training, recreational/leisure activities, career education, and community-based instruction. The services will be driven by Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) developed in consultation with parents and students. The students and families of P811Q are encouraged to make choices throughout the students’ educational careers. The participation in the Individualized Transition Planning process will further help to direct the ongoing delivery of services, even after the students’ public-school experience has ended.
Superheroes, students & teachers wear masks
School has begun. EVERYONE in the school will be wearing masks all day long (except for when they are eating).
If your student is returning to in-person school, we ask that you help them to prepare by having them wear their mask for extended periods of time at home. You might want to reward their mask-wearing by giving them a reward of their choice, like iPad time or a special TV Show, while they are wearing their mask.
P811Q is committed to making sure that our website serves the needs of everyone. To do this, we follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level AA. That means the sites work for people with disabilities, including those who are blind and partially sighted. We have re-created our website so that it is digitally inclusive. This means that it is our hope that anyone, with any ability, will be able to have full access to the information, pictures, and videos on our site. If you have trouble accessing anything, please contact Bonnie Glass at BGlass2@schools.nyc.gov.
Ask your child's teacher for login information.