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This Grade level Expectation Guide for Parents is a great way for parents to understand what is academically expected from Paterson Public School students. Parents should use this document as a tool to focus their conversations with their children and teachers around staying on track for academic success.
All Pro Dads Program @ PS# 28
I am beyond proud to report that we had 31 dads/male figures sign in at our All Pro Dad meeting tonight. This turnout was awesome for a first meeting. We raffled off a bicycle and Council president Anthony Davis spontaneously gave away a $50 Grocery Gift certificate as a second raffle prize. It was truly a powerful meeting. We are on the move at 28!!! You had to see the kids faces when their dads were telling the group what they were proud of them for. It was the best and most powerful part of the meeting. For the record, the children did not know anything about the raffling of the bicycle, so that had no impact on attendance; it was just a good number of men taking the time with their children. The raffle was the icing on the cake and a well received surprise. For information on creating an "All Pro Dads Group at your School, contact Marc Medley X10028 PS#28
Mr. Medley, Principal
Videos for Parents
Friendship Corner I Pre-School organizes a Parent Teacher Organization
Parents and Family Workers from Friendship Corner Pre-School participated in a team building workshop entitled “How to Start a PTO” . The workshop was facilitated by Mark Fischer a Parent Coordinator with the PPS Department
of Family and Community Engagement. The department has embarked on a joint project with the department of Early Childhood to foster parent involvement groups at the pre-school level. PTO Executive Committee members shown here are Lily, Shaneegua, Ani ,and Gannely. Family workers are Mrs. Kathy, Ms. Nina, Mrs. Kim, Mrs. Ramona, and Mrs. Flavia, not Pictured is Mrs. Robinson. For information on this project contact Mr. Mark Fischer at 973-321-0884