Student Led Conference (March 26th)
Both parent and student must be present at their scheduled time.
Park Place Community Middle School 266
Student Government Organization
will be hosting a Coat Giveaway for the Community!
Monday, March 18th at 5:30 pm & Saturday, March 23rd at 10 am
in the School's Auditorium
Please let your friends and family know to join us.
For more information please contact our school's Social Worker Mr. Frederick
P: 718-230-1216 ext. 4032 | E: JFrederick@schools.nyc.gov
** Tuesday March 26th the Book Fair will be opened during the Student Led-Conference **
Each voucher provides free admission and some special exhibits for up to four individuals during non-school hours. Vouchers expire June 30, 2018! Vouchers may be worth over $100!
The UA institutions are wonderful places to explore:
Spend time with your family and friends and have fun!
Complete a science investigation!
If you use these vouchers for free admission to one or more of the institutions by May 31, 2018, you will automatically be entered in a drawing to win a free iPad!* Be sure to fill in your name, email address and phone number on the voucher.
Come out and join us for our next PTA Meeting, which will be on Monday, March 18, 2018 (5:30pm - 7:30pm) in the School's Auditorium.
If you have any questions/concerns feel free to email us at: email@example.com
Upcoming Meeting Date(s): April 15th, May 20th & June 17th
If you will like to help support the PTA in a form of a donation, please use the "Donate Button" below (all amount sizes are welcomed):
Checks and Money Orders should be made payable to: Park Place Community Middle School 266 PTA .
Cash Donations can be sent in (Room #410) with the students in a sealed envelope and addressed to Ms. Cardona & PTA.
Thank you to parents, families and our local + city-wide businesses for your support!
Link to the Community Album: www.thelyriclab.org/park-place-community-middle-school-266
About The Lyric Lab:
The Lyric Lab has been a program in the making for the past 15 years. The founder, Raymond Ramirez, has worked as a consultant for various arts programs and began using Hip Hop and recording students in the late 1990s. Working initially with S.C.A.N. NY (Supportive Children's Advocacy Network) at the JHS 99 Beacon Program in East Harlem, and at various schools for Teachers and Writers Collaborative throughout the city, the Hip Hop workshop was born. Over the years the name has changed until finally The Lyric Lab was established in the Fall of 2016.
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