- 2016-17 Family Friendly School Year Calendar
- 2017-18 Family Friendly School Year Calendar
- Family Handbook 16-17 (update 050417)
- School Food Information
- Myschoolbucks account setup – to pay for your child’s school food. We are located under “T” for The Peck Slip School
- New York State Common Core Learning Standards for ELA & Literacy
- New York State Common Core Learning Standards for Mathematics
- 6/2 Weekly Update
- 5/26 Weekly Update
- 5/19 Weekly Update
- 5/12 Weekly Update
- Cinco de Mayo Weekly Update
- 4/28 Weekly Update
- 4/21 Weekly Update
- 4/7 Weekly Update
- 3/30 Weekly Update
- 3/24 Weekly Update
- 3/17 Weekly Update
- 3/10 Weekly Update
- 3/3 Weekly Update
- 2/17 Weekly Update
- 2/10 Weekly Update
- 2/3 Weekly Update
- 1/27 Weekly Update
- 1/20 Weekly Update
- 1/13 Weekly Update
- 1/6 Weekly Update
- 12/23 Weekly Update
- 12/16 Weekly Update
- 12/9 Weekly Update
- 12/2 Weekly Update
- Thanksgiving Edition Weekly Update
- 11/18 Weekly Update
- 11/10 Weekly Update
- 11/4 Weekly update
- Blue Card with Dismissal Instructions
- School Food Application – for all families, whether your child eats school food or not
- Media Consent
- 2016-2017 Bus Sign-up
- Class Trip Permission Form
Medical Form For All New Students:
Medication Administration Forms (MAF): for any student that might need medication during the school year. These forms are to be filled out by your child’s pediatrician; the parent/guardian signs the back of the form in the appropriate places.
1. Non-Allergy Medication form for any student who may need daily medication that must be given during school hours (eg: ADHD medication).**** The Office of School Health does not give herbal medications and any medication given, even if over the counter (e.g. Tylenol), must have a MAF form to go with it. Antibiotics are not given in school.
2. Allergy Medication Form for any student who may have allergies to nuts of any kind and may need to be given Benadryl. This form should also be used if your child is prescribed an Epi-pen, or needs eye drops.
****If you child has seasonal allergies (pollen, trees), any OTC medication (Claritin) can be given at home.
3. Asthma Medication Form for any student that has asthma (even if he/she does not use the pump frequently, it is recommended that there be one at school).
4. Diabetes Medication form: If your child is a diabetic, please contact Nesha Hall, our school nurse at (212-312-6277). The procedure required for this form is different than the other three.