Important Information

  • As we are coming to the end of our two week packets please be aware that teachers will be contacting parents shortly to ensure continuity of learning in the weeks ahead. Please continue to check your email or any other means of communication you are using with your teacher (ex: Remind, Class Dojo).

    Additionally, please continue to check the district website for information regarding the ongoing health emergency and school closings.

    WE MISS YOU JLCS!!! BE WELL AND HANG IN THERE!

    WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER! 

    Please join us in celebrating JLCS Spirit Week virtually. Click here to see flier! 

                                       Mrs. Fazio   Mrs. Lynch

     

     

School Closing Information Update - March 27, 2020

Resources for Families

  • FREE GRAB AND GO LUNCH PROGRAM
    Beginning  Wednesday, March 18, 2020, we will be providing our students a free Grab and Go lunch between the hours  of 11am and 1pm. There will be no Ala Carte items for sale. Lunches will be distributed for both schools  at the Floral Park Bellerose Elementary School (the entrance for pickup will be on the Poppy Place side lunch door on the black top). All students who are eligible for the free and reduced meal program are encouraged to participate in the meal pick up program.  If you should have an issue with transportation or have a special dietary need, please contact the school lunch office at 516 434 2758 or email Karen Crenshaw at  KCrenshaw@fpbsd.org

    ALTICE HOME INTERNET
    Altice (formerly Cablevision) offers a free internet product for students with no Internet access at home.  Installation charges are also waived.  The relationship is directly between parent/guardian and Altice so the school districts and BOCES are not involved except to provide information.  Parents call 1-866-200-9522 to enroll

    • When a parent calls in, they can say they are calling about the offer for free internet service.
    • No documentation is required – just self-identification that they have a K-12 or college student in the household and do not currently have internet access at home.
    • There is no install fee or out of pocket costs for 60 days (as of now)
    • If the address does have an outstanding balance from another account, there is a chance they may deny this unless they can pay that balance or can prove it was not theirs.

     Through the prompts, they will need to select new customer, new service, new Internet.

Superintendent Update

iPad Request Form

State Education Department and New York’s Public Television Stations Announce Expanded Remote

  • NYSED Logo

    State Education Department and New York's Public Television Stations Announce Expanded Remote Learning During Statewide School Closure

    Local Public Media Channels to Broadcast Educational Content for Pre-K to 12th Grade

    Click Here

Important Information

Information Regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus

  • Impact of COVID-19 on Assessments and Accountability under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act FAQ

     

    Effective 3/12/20, we will not be permitting any outside community groups to use our indoor school facilities. This does not effect the School Life Plus Program. All outside community groups are currently being contacted.  Girl Scouts, Boys Scouts and any other groups who enter our buildings prior to 6pm are included in this decision as well. Again, this is another precautionary measure and we thank you for your patience and cooperation.   

    Superintendent Letter regarding
    Parent/Teacher conferences and Coronavirus update

    (posted 3/11/2020)

    Please CLICK HERE for the most up to date information regarding the virus.

     Please CLICK HERE for Information about Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

    Superintendent Letter regarding Coronavirus and event postponements
    (posted 3/9/2020)

     Our District is continuing to take extra precautionary measures such as:

    • disinfecting door handles, stairwell handrails, and desks every night
    • cafeteria tables disinfected daily
    • hand sanitizers throughout the building
    • posters around the building reminding everyone to cover that cough/sneeze
    • our buses are being sanitized each day after every run
    • as an added precaution, we will continue to disinfect and sanitize our schools and buses every Saturday as well as reinforce "cover your cough" and frequent hand washing with all students and staff
    • we will also continue to closely monitor this situation and keep you informed of any new developments
    • hand sanitizers are available at our security desks and recommended for all who enter the building
  • FLORAL PARK-BELLEROSE ALERT!


    Sign up for FLORAL PARK-BELLEROSE ALERT! and receive important information about the Floral Park-Bellerose Schools sent as text messages directly to your mobile phone or email.

     

    EMERGENCY INFORMATION
    SCHOOL CLOSINGS
    DELAYED OPENINGS
    SCHOOL EVENT REMINDERS

     

    Sign-up is easy...and it's free!  Just go through the simple 2-step sign-up process below and select the categories you wish to receive information from.

    TextCaster is an opt-in service for residents and parents alike. You tailor the service to meet your needs by selecting only the categories of information that are of interest to you.

    PARENTS! This is a secondary system, and most school to home communication is sent via the ConnectED system. If you are not receiving messages from your school, please contact the main office of your school.

    Sign up Now!

Review of Arrival Procedures

  • Arriving to School

    ARRIVAL PROCEDURES:

    In order to avoid congestion, the main entrance should only be used if your child is attending an early morning activity or arriving to school after 8:20a.m. Most of our clubs and extra help do not begin until 7:30am. Please do not bring your child any earlier as our security personnel begins the day at 7:30am. All students that walk to school enter the school from the playground. Students should enter the building through the doors on either side of the auditorium (Exits 8 and 10). There are staff members monitoring these exits. The first bell rings at 8:10 a.m. and students may enter the building at this time.  We ask that students who walk to school, time their arrival so as not to arrive before 8:10 a.m.  They will not be considered late until 8:20 a.m. 

      DROP OFF PROCEDURESDrop off is on the east side of Flower Avenue where staff members are stationed assisting in the utilization of the STOP, DROP, and ROLL procedure.  These staff members guide students to walk to the corner of Flower and Elizabeth where the crossing guard directs students across the street.  There are additional staff members at the receiving corner to guide students into the school building at the corner exit (Exit 15).   This protocol enables parents to quickly pull to the curb and allow the child to exit the car and then pull right back out.  It allows traffic in this area to move smoothly.  Cars may not park in this area and children should have all their items on hand so that they may be able to quickly exit the car.

    Please review the above procedures with your child and if you have any questions, please contact the main office.

Contact Information

  • Mrs. Susan Fazio
    Principal
    Phone: 516-434-2780
    Email: sfazio@fpbsd.org


    Mrs. Kristina Lynch
    Assistant Principal
    Phone: 516-434-2780
    Email: klynch@fpbsd.org


    Ms. Deborah Falco
    School Nurse
    Phone: 516-434-2796
    Email: dfalco@fpbsd.org
    Attendance: 516-434-2797

     

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