Month: February 2016

Q300 Picture Day! Save The Date for Elementary and Middle School Pictures

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Stomping Ground Photo Logo

Timelines

3/22 – Proofs available online
4/12 – Order Deadline
4/26 – Photos Delivered
5/02 – Photo Make-Up Day

Date for the PS 17 Elementary School Campus

Friday February 26th

Date for the IS 126 Middle School Campus

Tuesday March 1st

Details

Please make every effort to have your child present on Picture Day.

  • Have them dress in Q300 Uniforms. There is no need to bring in gym clothing for gym Friday or Tuesday.
  • Stomping Ground Photo staff will help make your children feel confident and natural.

Two to three weeks after picture day, you will receive a unique login to view a private gallery on StompingGroundPhoto. Place your order and receive it approximately two weeks after your school’s Order Deadline.

Stomping Ground Photo Help Email

Volunteers

Please reach out to fundraisingq300pta.org if you are able to volunteer to help our children look their best on Picture Day! We’d love to have a few parents help with the coordination as well help tidy up our loved ones for pictures! Also note that volunteers on picture day will receive 15% off their order for helping make our kids look their best! Read the rest of this entry »

Q300 in NYC Junior Ambassadors 2016 Inaugural Cohort

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Q300 Selected as NYC Junior Ambassadors!

NYC Junior Ambassadors is a new program focused on empowering 7th graders in all five boroughs of New York City to become actively engaged with the United Nations and its mission of addressing the most pressing challenges in the world. By targeting New York City youth at a critical time in their personal and intellectual growth, NYC Junior Ambassadors seeks to help them understand the real connections between themselves, the City of New York, and international affairs

Q300 class 701 is part of the inaugural cohort of NYC Junior Ambassadors!
(73 classrooms applied, 11 were selected, 3 of those selected were in Queens)

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