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Dear PS/MS 200 Families,

Voting for the Education Councils will begin on May 1st and run through May 11th. Please see the following PDF (English, Spanish and Chinese) which highlights the voting process. All parents get to vote for who will represent them on the Education Councils.

Here are links to the English and Spanish videos on how to vote in the 2021 NYCDOE CCEC Elections:

32708 PC to Parent GOTV email - Apr 27_Spanish.pdf
32708 PC to Parent GOTV email - Apr 27_Chinese.pdf
Voting Guide 4.12.21.pdf
8th grade events update: outdoor graduation in school yard on Friday June 18 at 9am. Rain date Monday June 21. Ony two guests admitted per student. Outdoor picture day with cap and gown being scheduled by sign up form. Will take place Friday April 23 after 12pm.

PRE-K Application Information for 2021-2022

(English, Spanish, Chinese)

Monthly Parent Activities


Coffee & Conversation w/Principal McAuliffe

School Leadership Team meetings

Monthly PTA meetings


At PS/MS 200: The Magnet School of Global Studies & Leadership, we invite parents to monthly PTA meetings during which we recognize a Student of the Month from each homeroom class in the building. See our calendar and school newsletter for scheduled PTA meetings. Parents also play an important role on the School Leadership Team; they are part of shared decision-making process with the principal and teachers. The SLT is a voter-selection process, and the team meets monthly. Additionally, the principal hosts workshops related to the Common Core. Teachers frequently invite parents into the classroom for activities and presentations.

The principal also invites parents to an informal “Coffee & Conversation” meeting each month. Here, parents can share questions and concerns and they can work together with the principal to consider effective solutions to school issues.

Our Parent Coordinator organizes periodic parent workshop series as well. The latest was facilitated by a representative from Queens Counseling Services. Parents gathered together to discuss parenting challenges in a safe space and to share ideas to support one another. Middle school teachers and students also organize frequent community service projects and many parents support them.

Please do not hesitate to reach out and contact the school to become a part of any of our parent volunteer opportunities! We look forward to working together.

Pre-K Application Flyers (English, Spanish, Chinese):

NYC DOE TeachHub Student Accounts

Tutorial videos for gaining access to your child's DOE account on TeachHub


For help if you are starting with no access/no email address OR for help if you were given an email address with a password from your child's teacher and want to login and locate your child's Google Classroom: