Meet the Teacher Night

Monday, September 19, 2016

* Meet the cluster teachers from 4:45PM – 5:30PM and 5:45PM – 6:30PM in the student cafeteria.
Here is a list of the cluster teachers:

  • ENL
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Music
  • Gym
  • Art
  • Librarian
  • Resource Room Teacher
  • Speech Teachers
  • Guidance Counselor

* PTA will host a meeting from 4:45PM- 5:30PM and then from 5:45PM – 6:30PM in the Auditorium.
* Meet the Administrative Team and the Parent Coordinator throughout the night. 

Meet the Pre-K, K, 1st, 2nd Grade Classroom Teachers from 5:30PM – 6:15PM and 6:30PM – 7:15PM
001       124       Indra Summerville
002       127       Christine Ammendolea
003       122       Janet Tinghitella
004       125       Stacy Saltarella*
005       129       Louise Thomas
006       131       Jaimie Kohl

011       211a      Diane Buffolino
012       202a      Mary Anne Hastings
013       203a      Sylvia Rodriguez^
014       210a      Magdalini Markoulis
015       212a      Samantha Brand^
031       206a      Kerri Ann Eustace*/Kerin Bonadonna
091       219       Robin Winsper

First Grade
101       207a      Karen Horn^
102       205a      Carol Brown^
103       209a      Steven Mason
104       204a      Kadian Barnes
131       231       Vanessa Fortuno/Gina Appice*

Second Grade
201       209       Christine Vitaliotis
202       211       Wendy Jovanovic
203       205       Lisa Ashe*^
204       215       Rosanna Appice
231       217       Angela Pagoulatos/Diane Paternostro^
291       207       Lorianne Casanova

Meet the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Classroom Teachers from 5:30PM – 6:15PM and 6:30PM – 7:15PM
Third Grade
301       224       Maria Sarmiento
302       229       Tracy Ward^
303       220       Patti Andreolas*
304       221       Andre McClain^
331       227       Maylene Lachhman /Joan Nicotra
391       238       Phelisha Evans

Fourth Grade
401       307       Melissa Cruz-Lopez^
402       317       Suzanne Aruti*
403       319       Heather Genua
404       331       Nancy Campagna^
431       326       Tayna Tucker/Katie McAvoy
491       315       Erin Egerton

Fifth Grade
501       320       Ruth Nazario^
502       327       Katrina Duncan
503       329       Stacy Saketos^
504       321       Tennille Johnson
531       324       Janine Schleicher/Jenny Portuallo
532       325       Christina Thoral/Trisha Latchman
591       313       Justine Shishkoff*


Queens Library Event – Meet Author & Immigrant Rights Advocate Julissa Arce

Julissa Arce
Meet Author & Immigrant Rights Advocate Julissa Arce
For an undocumented immigrant, what is the true cost of the American dream?

Julissa Arce’s memoir tells the story of how she learned she was an undocumented immigrant on the day of her quinceañera, before conquering the corporate ladder at Goldman Sachs.

Join Julissa at Jackson Heights Community Library on Saturday, September 17 for a discussion of her memoir, as well as her experience of being a woman on male-dominated Wall Street, the stigma of being undocumented, and navigating a multicultural identity in America.

Our special event with Julissa will be held in English (at 2:00 p.m.) and Spanish (at 3:15 p.m.), andboth sessions will be moderated by New York State Assembly Member Francisco P. Moya. Free tickets are available now!

Order your free tickets for our event with Julissa Arce.

STACKS a Program by Queens Library

FREE Afterschool Program for Children Aged 6-14. RSVP for an Upcoming Information Session.
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STACKS is a curriculum-based afterschool program for children aged 6 – 14. STACKS is staffed by qualified and caring professionals, and is designed to enhance your child’s learning experiences through structured and unstructured activities. The program will also help your child build their emotional, social, and academic skills.

If you’re interested in signing your child up for STACKS,
please RSVP to attend an upcoming information session.


Free English Classes

FREE English Classes for New Americans
Learn English at Queens Library for FREE! Join a supportive community of students and teaching professionals. Classes are available for Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. Register before September 17. To register, attend an in-person pre-screening session at your nearest community library. Click here for dates and locations.
Fall 2016 classes begin the week of September 19th.
Registration is happening NOW through September 17.