1/29/17 Weekly Announcements & Reminders from your PC…

Dear TAOTS Families,

We hope that you enjoyed your weekend.

We had a great week here at TAOTS and we have another exciting week planned.

Here are your Weekly Announcements & Reminders from your PC for the week of 1/29/17:

  1. Monday, January 30th , 2017 –mondays-i-love
  • Wingspan Arts New Semester Begins.  Parent please be sure to notify your teachers if there is a change in your child’s dismissal plan.
  • Canceled : Brooklyn Engineering for Kids for Grades 3-5 has been canceled for this semester due to the low number of registered students.
  1. Tuesday, January 31st , 2017 –parent-teacher-communication-1
  • Please be sure to make an appointment in advance to meet with your child’s teachers.
  • Brooklyn Engineering for Kids , Grades K-2, 2:30pm – 3:30pm. Please be sure to pick your children promptly at 3:30pm.

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  • Kindergarten has a trip to Kumble Theater.
  • Family Tribes February Newsletter will be going home. “Celebrating Friendship & Love!”
  • Federation Afterschool for all grades, 2:20pm – 4:30pm prompt.
  1. Thursday, February 2nd , 2017- TAOTS Art Expo!starry-night-sunflower-field.png
  • Come join at the TAOTS ART EXPO – 5:30pm- 3rd Floor, Art Room 326.
  • 3-222 has a trip to Pinot’s Palette.
  • 4-224 has trip to The Old Stone House.
  • Projects Smarts Afterschool for all grades, 2:20pm – 4:30pm prompt.
  1. Friday, February 3rd, 2017 –friday-12

Important Reminders:

Rolling out the TAOTS Red Carpet : Premiering Math & Literacy Night!

  • red-carpet.jpgThursday, February 16, 2017, 5pm-7pm on the 2nd Floor 


  • raiseyourhandnyc_parentleaders_logohttp://nycparentleaders.org/   Now is your chance to impact how New York City public schools work for your children and all children in your community.  Your voice matters.  Run for an Education Council seat and help shape the policies and priorities of your school district or even the city.  The only experience you need is to be a parent of a New York City public school student.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out .