The Thomas Emanuel Early Childhood Center
Principal: Robert Quintana
Assistant Principal I.A.: Christina Kollbeck
Parent Coordinator: Miriam Roman
Address: 109-10 47th Ave
Corona, NY 11368
Phone Number: (718) 271 - 4971
We had a great first week of school! Thank you to all our staff, students and families that made our first week amazing!
Please click on the button below and check ClassDojo for the most up to date information on returning to school.
Coffee and Conversation with Mr. Quintana @12:30
First Day of School for Students
Yom Kippur School Closed
- Italian Heritage Day/Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Schools Closed
Click on the buttons below for the 2021-2022 school calendar in your preferred language
Want to Visit P.S. 28?
Take a virtual tour of the P.S. 28 building. See our classrooms, hallways, and playground. Watch videos of our students and staff. Check out the work of our amazing students! Click on the button below to get started.
NYPD 110th Precinct - Build The Block
Meet your neighborhood coordination officers, discuss your public safety concerns at the NYPD 110th Precinct's Build the Block Meeting
When: Thursday, September 16, 2021 @5:30.
Where: V.F.W Post # 150 - 51-11 108th Street, Corona
Queens Public Library - Citizenship Exam Help
Learn everything you need to know about American history, government, and culture to pass the citizenship exam.
Mondays, September 13 – November 22, except October 11, 6pm
Thursdays, Now – November 4, except October 21, 7pm
To register click on the blue button.
Queens Public Library - Live Homework Help
GET LIVE HOMEWORK HELP FROM BRAINFUSE HELPNOW
It’s almost back-to-school time and we’re reminding you of all the great resources the library has to help your child succeed in school this year. Brainfuse HelpNow provides live homework help from 2-11pm in math, science, reading/writing, and social studies. It also has a writing lab where help is available for essays. Adults can use Brainfuse, too, to prepare for the citizenship exam, high school equivalency, and more. Try out this resource for the entire family! Click on. the blue button to learn more.
Assistance to pay late rent and utilities owed due to COVID-19.
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) gives assistance to renters with late rent and utility bills. It can also pay for some future rent. Assistance may cover: Up to 12 months of late rent
Up to 3 months of future rent if your household will spend 30 percent or more of gross monthly income to pay for rent Up to 12 months of late electric or gas utility bills
ERAP also protects you from certain types of eviction and rent increases.
Renters should apply as soon as possible.
Temporary discounted internet service for your home
Up to $50 off monthly broadband internet service
Emergency Broadband Benefit | Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
The Emergency Broadband Benefit is a new temporary benefit. It gives your household a discount on internet service from participating internet companies. You can also get up to a $100 discount to buy a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.
Apply online to start receiving the discount as soon as possible
Money for Food for All NYC Public School Students
All New York City public school families, regardless of household income, will soon receive up to $ 1,320 in food benefits to help cover the cost of missed school meals while students learned remotely during the COVID pandemic. Click on the blue "learn more" button for more information.
Summer in the City - Family Edition
Click on the blue "learn more" button for a guide for NYC families to get outdoors – stay safe, stay active, earn some cash and stay informed this summer. Provided by Growing Up NYC
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