For Parents

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It takes a village to raise a child. Here are ways that all parents can support their student and help them succeed at Queens Collegiate.

You should complete this form when you enroll your child in our school. Our office will give you a paper application, or you can complete the Lunch Form online at: myschoolapps.home/application

Completing the lunch form application supports all of our students.

 

Please monitor your student's academic progress by keeping track of their grades. An easy way to do this is to sign up for PupilPath. By registering for PupilPath and following your student's progress, there are no surprises at the end of the Marking Period.

 

If you need help with registering for PupilPath, call our school at (718) 658-4016.

3 - Notify for All Excused Absences

If your child needs to miss school, call our main office at (718) 658-4016. The main office can then notify teachers. This way, we can better plan for your child's absence and help stay on track.

 

You can also send your student to school with a note from the parent/guardian or from a medical professional to explain the absence.

 

If your student does not have a note and the school has not received a phone call, your student might lose participation points from class. Teachers also might not allow students to make up exams or projects for an unexcused absence.

Click here for examples of written excuses.

4 - Get to Know Us

Get to know your student's teachers. Know who teaches which classes and how to contact that teacher. Use our FACULTY & staff page to learn more.

Mr. Erskine is our Parent Coordinator. 

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5 - Come to Conferences

Monitor your student's academic progress by keeping track of their grades. An easy way to do this is to sign up for PupilPath. If you need help with registering for PupilPath, call our school at (718) 658-4016.

6 - Join the PTA

You can be more involved in your child's school community by getting to know other parents. One way to do this is by joining the Parent Teacher Association (PTA). This association helps make decisions about the school and gives parents a place where they can talk with other parents.

 

To learn more about the PTA, call our school at: (718) 658-4016.