June 18, 2020 Parent Association Meeting

 

Dear Parents and Guardians, 
 
This message is being sent to you on behalf of your Parent Association executive board. 
The PA will be hosting the second virtual Parent Association meeting and it's the last one of the year. 
we hope that all is well during these unprecedented times, please don't miss it!
You may use the link in this email to register for this zoom meeting.
Please note that when you receive your zoom link to join in your email; you will have to sign in to your child's email account ending in @aviationhslic.org to gain access.
This is for the safety and security of our school community. If you have issues with the sign in please remember that your child at Aviation High School is a "Zoom Expert" 
if there is still trouble joining us for the meeting we are here to help! 
 
Please use the following link to sign up to be part of the next and final parent association meeting of the year! 

  

Services For NYC Residents During Remote Learning

City Resources –  The city has put together a list of resources that include access to free food, rent and housing support, counseling support and other services.  Please take a look at it and take advantage of whatever services you can get a hold of.

 

 

Free Food – There are a variety of locations providing free food around the city.  Below are links to places where you can get free food.

 

  • Find a food pantry near you: Food Bank NYC is giving out free meals, groceries and SNAP support all over the city. To find nutrition support near you, visit the website »
  • Find food help in Spanish: Check out an interactive map in Spanish of "comida gratis" (free food) around New York City. See the map online »
  • NYC food hub: The Covid-19 food hub for NYC is continuously gathering information about free groceries and meals around the city as well as about financial help for restaurant workers. Check it out »

NYC Well – This is the central location for NYC talk, text and chat for mental health help.  Please do not feel shy to reach out.  These services are completely free and with a private counselor.  Sometimes being strong means being willing to ask for help.

 

 

Housing Resources

 

  • If you are experiencing domestic violence call 911 during an emergency. Additionally, to speak with a counselor, you can call the NYC Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-621-4673 or 866-604-5350 if you are hearing impared. 
  • If you are at risk of becoming homeless during the coronavirus crisis, call 311 or visitwww1.nyc.gov/site/hra/help/homebase.page

 

Queens Public Library

 

 

Unemployment Resources

  • Visit labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtmto apply for unemployment benefits.
  • Additionally, you can call 888-469-7365 Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., or Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Open City Schools for Students of Emergency Workers and Free Wifi

Virtual PA Meeting Thursday, April 30 @6:30 PM

Parents' Association