We are starting the school year with a hybrid learning schedule. That means that your child will be in school some days and working from home some days. If our county moves into a Level 4 Health Emergency, we will switch to 100% remote learning for all students. Check this page for updates. 

In-Person / Remote Schedule



Students participating in blended learning will participate remotely whenever not in-person Monday-Friday. Students needing extra academic support may be asked to come in on Fridays for intervention services. Students not coming in for intervention services should plan to continue at-home learning assignments on Fridays.

If you need to switch your child's to in-person learning, please contact Ms. Dela Cruz at                718-842-2670.

If you would prefer a 100% online learning schedule for your child this year, we are offering that as an option. Contact Ms. Dela Cruz at 718-842-2670 to enroll.

The school day will run from 8:15 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Students may be dropped off no earlier than 7:45 pm and must be picked up promptly at the end of the school day at 1:45 pm.

Your Responsibilities While in the Building

We have put safety procedures in place to keep our students and staff healthy. Masks: Masks must be worn at all times by all adults (teachers, staff, and visitors) and by students while in the building. If your child is unable to wear a mask for medical reasons, they must have an excuse signed by a doctor on file in the office. Handwashing: Students and staff are expected to wash hands thoroughly before and after eating, after using the bathroom, if exposed to body fluids (like saliva or a sneeze), and at other times necessary throughout the day.  Drop-off and pickup procedures: Please maintain social distancing between families during drop-off and pickup. Parents are not allowed to enter the building with their child unless arrangements have been made in advance with the office. Please move through the drop-off and pickup line as quickly as possible to make room for families behind you. Visiting our school: We are limiting visitors to the school during this time. Parent and community volunteer and in-person tutoring have been suspended until further notice. Most parent-teacher conferences and other meetings can be held virtually. All visits must be pre-approved and scheduled with the office. While in the building: When you enter the building, please check in at the front desk. During check-in, you will be given a nametag and reminded to wear your mask at all times. Traffic flow in hallways and common areas: Hallways are marked with arrows. Please keep at least 3 ft. distance between yourself and others.

Illness: Students and staff exhibiting signs of illness or having a fever of greater than 99.9°F must stay home. If you or someone you know has COVID-19 (or shows symptoms of COVID-19 such as coughing or fever), it is required that you stay home or at a designated care facility for a minimum of 14 days. Please contact us via phone or email as soon as possible.

Directions for local COVID testing: Please visit the NYC Coronavirus Find a Test at https://www1.nyc.gov/site/coronavirus/get-tested/covid-19-testing.page in a new browser tab page to find a test site closest to you.

Safety Precautions Taken By Our School

In addition to asking everyone to wear masks, wash hands, and maintain social distancing, our school has taken several steps to improve the safety of our staff and students. These steps have been recomended by local health authorities to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and other illnesses. Changes in class sizes: We've reduced the average class size from 32 to 15 for in-person instruction. Improvements in ventilation: In an effort to maximize air circulation, we are opening windows whenever possible and have added industrial fans to high-traffic areas. Increases in cleaning frequency: Our custodial team is committed to cleaning all classrooms twice daily, once before the school day and once in the afternoon. In addition, all classroom teachers have been provided with sanitizing wipes to wipe down surfaces and shared resources on an as-needed basis throughout the school day. Hand sanitation: All bathrooms have been stocked with extra soap for frequent hand washing. In addition, we have provided teachers with hand sanitizer for the classroom and added hand sanitizer stations in common areas.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

How Hybrid Learning Works

Hybrid learning combines in-class instruction and at-home learning. This allows us to limit the number of students in the building each day for safe social distancing, while still ensuring that students can benefit from direct interaction with teachers and peers. During days in class, teachers will provide direct whole-class instruction and small-group instruction. These days will be used primarily to introduce new topics, provide small group and one-on-one instructional support, and conduct assessments to monitor student progress towards standards. Students will be assigned additional activities to work on independently for there at-home learning days. These activities will allow students to apply and practice what they learned in class. There may be a combination of technology-based learning activities and offline worksheets, projects, and writing assignments. At-home learning activities are an important part of the learning process and will be graded. Teachers and intervention specialists will have limited virtual "office hours" (on Google Classroom) after school hours Monday - Thursday and during the day on Fridays. Students who have questions or need extra support can check in with their teachers during their office hours for help with at-home learning assignments. Students with IEPs or 504 plans, or who have been identified as at-risk for not meeting academic standards, may have additional one-on-one intervention provided either virtually or in school on Fridays.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Remote Learning Expectations

During hybrid or 100% remote learning, your child is expected to complete all assignments provided by the teacher. At the same time, we recognize that working independently at home is different and difficult for many students, so we want to provide flexibility. Students and families should check Google Classroom daily for important updates from their teachers. You can find a link to your teacher's Google Classroom at https://classroom.google.com/ by signing into your Emolior Academy gmail account and selecting the google classroom. All students are expected to sign into Virtual Classroom at 8:15 a.m. daily through Zoom. Look for the link in your teacher's Google Classroom. During 100% distance learning, your teacher may conduct live classes via Zoom. Check Google Classroom for your live class schedule.

When signing in for virtual classes or meetings, students are expected to be on time, appropriately dressed, and ready to learn. We suggest signing in 5 minutes before class starts. Please try to reduce background noise and distractions as much as possible.

Your child may benefit from focusing on a limited number of subjects each day. For example, If they are working at home Monday-Wednesday-Friday, they may want to work on science and math on Mondays, Social Studies and English Language Arts on Wednesday, and use Fridays to catch up on any assignments not yet completed.

Technology: Getting a Device and Internet Access

We are committed to making sure that all students can successfully connect to online learning during their at-home learning days.

If your student needs a device, fill out the Device Request FormOpens at https://coronavirus.schools.nyc/RemoteLearningDevices in a new browser tab to reserve your device. Borrowing a device is free!

Borrowed devices should be used for school purposes only and kept in a secure location. Take your device with you on in-school days.

If you are using your own device, make sure it meets the technology requirements for online.

If you do not have internet access at home, LOCAL INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER is providing free connection for families earning less than $50,000 per year with students learning at home. You can request free internet accessOpens at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/learn-at-home/technical-tools-and-support/free-and-low-cost-internet-options  in a new browser tab directly with the company.

If you are not able to get internet hooked up in your home, your child's teacher will work with you to provide alternative offline assignments.

If you are having trouble connecting to Google Classroom, Zoom, or any of our online learning resources, notify the teacher or contact the school at 718-842-2670 for tech support.

Tips for Successful At-Home Learning

At-home learning will look different than a typical school day. The amount of time your child should be expected to engage in learning activities will vary by age and grade level. The expectations below are guidelines. If your child is not able to complete at-home learning assignments within the time periods recommended below, contact your child's teacher to discuss a modified assignment load. Make sure your child has a quiet place to work (ideally a desk or table) and the school supplies they need. Try to remove distractions like the television or other technology not needed for learning.

Your child may benefit from focusing on a limited number of subjects each day. For example, If they are working at home Monday-Wednesday-Friday, they may want to work on science and math on Mondays, Social Studies and English Language Arts on Wednesday, and use Fridays to catch up on any assignments not yet completed.

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Update for Families_November 24 2020.pdf

As of November 19, 2020, all school buildings are closed until further notice, and all students are learning remotely 5 days a week. Find important information about remote learning devices, tech support, and tips for learning on our Blended Learning page.

Update for Families_November 18 2020.pdf


Please be aware of a scam regarding NYC DOE issued iPads.

This happened in another school, but we want to make sure that Parents and Students are aware of it. Please be alert. 
"We have been informed by some families they have received phone calls from someone stating they are a member of the NYC DOE. The caller is asking the family if they have received an iPad from the NYC DOE and if it is working. They then tell the family that if it is not working they will send a NYC DOE employee to their home to pick-up the device." 
This is a scam. The NYC DOE will NOT send an employee to your home for a device pick-up.

Free Meals

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Meals Hubs will operate for children and families. 
No one will be turned away at any time • All adults and children can pick up multiple meals at one time • Vegetarian and halal options available also. Please see below for specific locations and click on the NYC DOE Logo for more information.

NYC Student Take-Out Meals Starts 9/29/2020


Help for Families

We know that many families are struggling during this time, and we are here to help. 

We are providing free breakfast and lunch for all students during in-school days. Students and families needing additional food support may pick up free meals through the Meal Hub program (see link on the top of the page. Just click on NYC DOE Logo.

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