UPDATE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    

ALL STUDENTS ARE ON REMOTE LEARNING UNTIL OCTOBER 1, 2020

Ilearn Online Learning Platform Information

The Ilearn Online Learning Platform is active. Students can sign up and log in.

Click the the tab above labeled Ilearn Online Learning Platform for detailed instructions on how to log in. 

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING - QUEENS GATEWAY DOES NOT HAVE CONTROL OVER LOG IN INFORMATION AND PASSWORDS FOR ILEARN. YOU MUST CONTACT THE DOE FOR HELP WITH LOG IN AND PASSWORD ISSUES.

FOR ANY PROBLEMS OR ISSUES WITH LOG IN INFORMATION OR PASSWORDS PLEASE CONTACT THE DOE HELP LINE OR THE DOE TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES PAGE

 

DOE TECHNICAL HELP WEBSITE

 

TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES

 

 

 

A LETTER FROM CHANCELLOR CARRANZA

    

  

 

Queens Gateway will be holding virtual student orientation for all students on Wednesday, September 16th to Friday, September 18th. During these days, you will be meeting virtually through Zoom with your teachers. Teachers will email you the meeting schedule and Zoom login information.  To access these emails you must log in to your NYC DOE Student Account and TeachHUB. From there you will be able to access your DOE email and the Zoom platform.  Below you will find instructions on how to access your NYC DOE Student Account. Once you log into TeachHub, go to the High School tab to access your DOE email in OUTLOOK and ZOOM.

CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS LOGIN INSTRUCTIONS

NYC DOE STUDENT ACCOUNT INSTRUCTIONS

IMPORTANT

IF YOU ARE A MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT OR A NEW 6TH GRADE STUDENT AND YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR DOE STUDENT ACCOUNT, TeachHUB, OR OUTLOOK EMAILS, YOU MUST LOG INTO ILEARN. TEACHERS WILL SEND YOU THE ZOOM INFORMATION THERE. 

 

 

A LETTER FROM CHANCELLOR CARRANZA

Click the link below to read a letter from Chancellor Carranza concerning new year procedures and safety measures being implemented in city schools. 

 Update for Families_September 14 2020.pdf 

 

ORIENTATION INFORMATION

 

 

      

FULL REMOTE LEARNING OPTION

This fall, your child’s school plans to offer blended learning, a mix of in-person days at school and remote-learning days at home. The default for all students is to participate in their schools’ blended learning schedules.

  • Learn more about blended learning and the 2020-2021 school year on our Return to School 2020 web pages.
  • Your school will keep you informed of its specific learning model and your child’s schedule. If you have questions about your school’s model or schedule, please reach out to the school directly.

Want to Choose Fully Remote Learning? Fill Out This Form.

At any time of year, for any reason, you can choose fully remote learning for your child. This means they would learn 100% remotely (all online, from home). Remote learning includes live interaction with teachers every day, and every class includes live instruction.

  • To choose fully remote learning for your child, fill out and submit this form.
  • If you have difficulties completing this form online, call 311.

CLICK HERE TO CHOOSE FULL REMOTE LEARNING

Bell Schedule 2020-2021

    

Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Re-Opening 2020-21

NEW STUDENT SUPPLY LIST

  

DYCD - After School Program Application - 6th - 8th Grade Only

Welcome to the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD)!DYCDis a New York City agency that funds programs for youth and families. These programs are operated by Community Based Organizations (CBOs). This form will allow you or your child to apply to a DYCD Comprehensive Afterschool System (COMPASS), Beacon, or Cornerstone youth or adult program. Please complete this form fully and return to the CBO that operates the program. One application will be accepted per person per site. Submission of an application does not guarantee enrollment in the program. Further paperwork and information may be required to determine program eligibility. If accepted, program will be at no cost to the participant. The following application items are collected for informational and program planning purposes only: Income, Gender, Race, Ethnicity, Language, Population Type, Household Information, and Health Insurance Status. Responses to these questions will not impact your eligibility to receive services and will not be shared outside of DYCDwithout the applicant’s permission.

*THIS PROGRAM IS FOR 6TH THROUGH 8TH GRADE ONLY

CLICK THE LINKE BELOW TO DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION

 DYCD Afterschool Enrollment Form.pdf 

A MESSAGE FROM THE PTA

Dear Parents/ Guardians,

Please note that there will be no PTA meetings for the rest of the school year, however, if there are any questions PTA related please do not hesitate to contact us at ptaqueensgateway@yahoo.com.
 
 
Thank you and be safe.
 
QGHS PTA Board

Principal's Message

 

Mission and Vision

The mission of the Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School is to prepare all students to perform proficiently, exceed academic standards, and find productive pathways to knowledge as they learn to live constructively together. Gateway, through the collaboration of school, home, and community strives to develop high expectations for all students in an educational environment that is safe and nurturing. We are committed to the use of appropriate instructional expertise, guidance services, academics intervention services, and the use of technology to support teaching and learning.

Upcoming Events

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Mr. Parsan, Adviser