We are a group of spirited 5th grade students who work hard everyday and strive to always do our best!

Message to all Class 501 Parents:

Please message me on Remind so I can send your our Google Classroom access code and your child's iReady log in information. You will need our class code in order to access daily lessons uploaded specifically for Class 501.  If you do not have the Remind App, please email me as soon as possible!



resources for online/remote learning 

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza have made the decision to close public schools until April 20th. The following link ("Class 501 Resources") will be updated with resources for online learning and information from the NYC Department of Education.

Learning About the Virus 

The following link has an informational video and resources on viruses (re: the coronavirus) for kids:


Please visit the following link for daily updates on the Coronavirus by the Department of Education:

Coronavirus Update

Important Links for Parents

Remote Learning Device Request Form

Please note that Google Classroom is accessible through PS4 and Xbox devices. The link below explains how to set up a gaming console to Remote Learning 

If you have not already done so, please sign up for your child's student profile account using the link below. You will need your child's Student ID number at the top of his/her report card and the account creation code which was included within the envelope that contained your child's report card. NOTE: If you have misplaced either of these numbers, please contact me as soon as possible. 

Create your child's student account to access Google Classroom by using the link below. You will need the same 9-digit student ID number at the top of your child's report card. You will be asked to create a password for your child's DOE email which will include @nycstudents.net as their login. 

Free Internet

Please use the attached link to access Comcast service offering free internet to families. 


Our Class Charter

A class charter is a list of things that a student should do, to maintain a safe and successful community.


This Charter was written by the students of class 501. we are striving to follow these guidelines each day to make our classroom community a welcoming environment



March 23 - 27




a supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation.


At P.S. 51 we are committed to maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying and from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, citizen-ship/immigration status, religion, creed, national origin, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, or weight. 


March focus:

Random Acts of Kindness 

At P.S. 51 we value the importance of being on time to school. 

Please make an effort to ensure that your child attends school on time!

New York City Department of Education Discipline Code



Click on the link below to access the Discipline Code that applies to ALL New York City Public Schools

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