Marie Curie Spirit Day!

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month.

 Better Hearing and Speech Month Slides.pdf 

Created by students in Ms. Carmisione and Ms. Kim's classes  Click on the link above to watch the slides.  


Remote coffee and conversation with Mr. Schandel

High School Guide Workshop

6th Grade Stem Meet

High School Guide Workshop

Here are our resources from the High School Guide workshop. If you have any questions about high schools, please reach out to

Mr. Epstein-

Students can also access this information and interactive activities on Mrs. Corbett's Google Classroom under classwork. Please check above for the recording of the workshop.

 High school interest survey.pdf  

High School search workshop graphic organizer docx.pdf 

Queens North Borough citywide office -presents Virtual Parent Worshops



Checklist for Remote Learning

In order to help the students who are having a hard time organizing everything in remote learning we have created a checklist. This checklist has 7 steps to take on a daily basis to ensure you are understanding what you need to do. Please see the attachment with the checklist and the link below to a video tutorial. As always if you need any help please reach out to us.

Daily Checklist for Remote Learning

 Daily Checklist to help you Organize Your Remote Learnin1.docx  

Daily Checklist to help you Organize Your Remote Learnin1.pdf 


Hungry? MS158Q is a pickup location

Children can come to Marie Curie from 7:30-1:30pm Monday through Friday to pick up free meals. Students can pick up breakfast and lunch at one time. Please come to the front entrance. No need to show any identification. Stay safe! 

Daily Attendance


Please sign into your Google Classroom account. Click on your grade level Assistant Principal Google Classroom to complete the attendance question for each day.

Mr. LoCastro- Grade 8

Mrs. Corbett- Grade 7

Mrs. Kelly- Grade 6

You must be on your NYC Student Google account to access. 


Student and Family Resources

Check back here often for resources to help you

*Very Helpful- One Pager- Student Guide to Google Classroom

Additional guide to help with Google Classroom- Student Quick Guide to Google Classroom

1. How do students keep track of their assignments? 

Student Daily Assignment Tracker- Use this tool to keep track of your daily remote learning assignments- You can print it out or use it on your computer. 

 Assignment Tracker.docx 

2. Where do students find their account ID and password?

To retrieve your account ID and password:

  1. Go to Student Account Self Service
  2. Enter your 9-digit Student ID number. (You can find your Student ID number on a report card, your student ID card, or in your NYCSA account.)
  3. Enter your birthday.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. If the information you enter matches your student record, your username will be displayed.
  6. Your student ID is your username followed by For example, if your username is JaneD, your student account ID is

3.How do students access Google Classroom?

To access Google Classroom:

  1. Go to
  2. Enter your DOE Student Username.
  3. Click Next.
  4. Enter your password.
  5. Click Next.
  6. If the username and password entered are correct, you will be signed-in successfully.

4. How do students access Office 365?

To access Microsoft Office 365:

  1. Go
  2. Click the account ending in
  3. Enter your email and password.
  4. If the username and password entered are correct, you will be signed-in successfully.

5. How do I sign in to Google Classroom?

  1. Go to   for step by step directions. 

6. The Parent's Guide to Google Classroom

  1. Go to for step by step directions for Google Classroom. 

Resources for Queens Families

Resources for Queens Families Below is a list of resources that can be utilized during this time. (CTRL click all links) 

Need help with online learning assignments?

Free Tutoring

Get free online homework help from one-on-one tutors, daily from 2–11 PM. Available in English and Spanish, from early elementary through high school grades, in core subject areas. Video content and other resources are also available 24 hours a day. (En español)

Start learning with the Library's partner in one-on-one tutoring, Brainfuse. Log in with your library card number for access. Please note: library cards must have a home library selected. If you need to select a home library, log into your account and click on Settings to set your Preferred Pickup location. If you sign up for a card through SimplyE, you must complete this step once your barcode has been emailed to you.

New York City Department of Education 

Up to date information regarding COVID-19 from the DOE 

Information on COVID-19 

To get up to date information from NYC via text message - text COVID to 692-692 

New York City Dept of Health 

Novel Coronavirus 

CDC- Testing for coronavirus 

City-Wide Food Banks (Queens Area Listed Below) 

COVID-19: Food Bank For New York City Response 

Street Smarts NYC - Manhattan 

Hunger Free NYC - All 5 Boroughs 

Feeding America - All 5 Boroughs 

Feeding Our Neighbors - Manhattan, The Bronx, Staten Island 

Proper way of washing hands 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

Conversations with Children about COVID-19 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

National Association for School Psychologists: Parent Resource 


Child Mind Institute 

Medical Facilities 

NYC Health and Hospitals - provides care regardless of insurance and immigration status 


City  MD Jamaica 

162-21 Jamaica Ave Jamaica NY 11432  

(718) 571-9116 

City MD  Fresh Meadows 

 61-18 188th Street Fresh Meadows, NY 11365 

(718) 489-5003 

City MD Forest Hills 

 70-49 Austin St Forest Hills, NY   

(718) 280-1245 


 Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center 

Cornell COVID hotline (212) 746-1754 

Mental Health Supports 

NYC Well 

NYC Well Mobile Crisis Hotline: 888-692-9355 

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Emergency and Crisis Services 

SAMSHA Disaster Distress Hotline 18009855990 

Text TalkWithUs text 66746 

Crisis Textline – Text "HOME" to 741741 

Taking Care of your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty 

Support regarding eviction prevention. 

Catholic Charities - provides support regardless of denomination 

Coalition for the Homeless 

Access to Technology 

Altice USA - families must apply for free wifi 

Comcast - families must apply for free wifi 

Spectrum - families must apply for free wifi 

Free Wifi Hotspots in New York 


Pantries in Queens 


Ravenswood Resident Association, Inc. - SHARE Food Program               

35-35 21st Street  


Long Island City, NY  11106        


Not-for-profit food program offering monthly discounted packages of food and benefits information; also offers community service credit to those who help package and distribute the food.  


St. Margaret Mary Food Pantry & Social Services           

9-18 27th Avenue 

Astoria, NY  11102         


Not-for-profit organization providing individuals in need with a food pantry; tax preparation/identification number assistance; citizenship and translation assistance. 


Trinity Lutheran Church             

31-18 37th Street 

Long Island City, NY  11103        


Not-for-profit organization providing those in need with a bi-weekly food pantry, monthly community supper, and monthly pet food pantry.  


Salvation Army - Astoria Community Center      

45-18 Broadway 

Long Island City, NY  11103        


Not-for-profit community center offering a food pantry, after-school program, day camp, and a mobile outreach food program for the homeless.  


Salvation Army Corps Community Center - Queens Temple        

86-07 35th Avenue 

Jackson Heights, NY  11372        


Not-for-profit multi-service center providing community members in need with social work services, senior recreation program, a soup kitchen, flea market, and a food pantry.  


Salvation Army - Ridgewood Corps Community Center   

6923 Cypress Hills Street 

Ridgewood, NY 11385   


Not-for-profit community center offering an emergency food pantry, referrals, a senior citizen group, A/A meetings, toy drives, and an after school program for children in kindergarten. 


Ridgewood Older Adult Center              

59-14 70th Avenue 

Ridgewood, NY 11385   


Not-for-profit senior center providing older adults ages 60+ with recreational and educational activities and daily congregate lunch; also offers a food pantry to the general public. 


Masbia - Rego Park        

98-08 Queens Blvd. 

Rego Park, NY  11374     


Not-for-profit organization providing a kosher food pantry and hot meals for community members in need.  


Queens Jewish Community Council        

119-45 Union Turnpike 

Forest Hills, NY 11375   


Not-for-profit organization providing low-income residents of Queens with counseling and case management; immigrant support services; youth mentoring; a Kosher food pantry. 


Humanity Service, Inc.   

92-17 101st Avenue 

Ozone Park, NY 11416   


Not-for-profit program providing individuals in the community with free pastoral and crisis counseling, mental health services, food pantry services, and referrals. 


Our Lady of the Cenacle Church - Food Pantry   

136-06 87th Avenue 

Richmond Hill, NY  11418          


Not-for-profit church program providing a food pantry to those in need.  


The River Fund New York           

89-11 Lefferts Boulevard 

Richmond Hill, NY  11418          


Not-for-profit organization providing those in need with free on-site weekly emergency food pantry, clothing, personal care items, monthly supplies of vitamins, cell phone assistance. 


Saint Benedict Joseph Labre Church - Food Pantry          

94-40 118th St 

South Richmond Hill, NY  11419  


Church food pantry providing non-perishable food to community members in need once a month depending on availability. 


Flushing Jewish Community Council       

43-43 Bowne St 

Flushing, NY  11355       


Not-for-profit organization providing New York City residents with adult ESL courses at all skill levels, civics/citizenship classes, a food pantry, and multicultural community programs.  


Salvation Army - Jamaica Community Center     

90-23 161st Street 

Jamaica, NY  11432        


Not-for-profit organization providing Queens residents of all ages with a food pantry and soup kitchen, recreational activities, faith-based programs, and a senior citizen day program. 


Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church - Food Program      

179-09 Jamaica Avenue 

Jamaica, NY  11432        


Not-for-profit church-based food program providing community members in need with a food pantry, soup kitchen and clothing distribution.    


Tabernacle of Prayer for All People - Hope Hall Ministries          

90-07 Merrick Blvd. 

Jamaica, NY  11432        


Church offering individuals of all ages a clothing depot; food pantry and a shelter ministry providing women in shelters with start-up work clothes, housewares, and furniture.  


Allen A.M.E. Church - Food and Clothing Pantry/Soup Kitchen   

111-54 Merrick Boulevard 

Jamaica, NY  11433        


Not-for-profit food and clothing pantry and soup kitchen offering the general public free bags of canned goods, clothing, and hot meals.  


Saint Benedict Joseph Labre Church - Food Pantry          

94-40 118th St 

South Richmond Hill, NY  11419  


Church food pantry providing non-perishable food to community members in need once a month depending on availability.  


Regents Exams and NY State ELA and Math tests cancelled for this school year.

 Update for Families_April 7 2020 3 chancellor.pdf 

Regents Exams:

The State has cancelled June 2020 Regents exams. Families of high school students will soon receive additional guidance regarding how this impacts graduation requirements. In short, students who planned to take Regents exams in June 2020 will be exempt from these exams in order to earn their diploma, but they still must complete the required course credits to graduate. Our goal is to make sure that students on track to graduate this year continue to remain on their path toward successful completion of high school.

Math and ELA Tests:

The State has cancelled math and English Language Arts tests for grades 3 through 8.

Read the complete document on the NYSED website here.

Food Delivery Assistance and Resources

NYC School Food Delivery Assistance

School Food will deliver meals to families who cannot come to pick them up at one of the Meal Hubs.
This service is intended for individuals and families who meet all of the following criteria as a result of the COVID-19 emergency:
No members of the household can go out and get food because they are at increased medical risk or homebound
No neighbors or family members can go out and get food for you
Do not receive meal assistance from other providers (incl. Meals on Wheels or God's Love We Deliver); and
You are unable to afford meal delivery or grocery delivery

Parents can sign up here.

Additional Resources for Food Assistance
Hunger Free America:
Hunger Free NYC produces a comprehensive Neighborhood Guides to Food & Assistance containing detailed information on free food access in all five boroughs.

Food Pantries in Queens:

 Food Pantries_Queens 1.docx 

Resources for Fun Activities to Try

NEW~ NASA for Families- Virtual Field trips, activities to try NASA

Time Capsule- Great time to document your role in history.  2020 Covid-19 time capsule sheets.pdf 

Massive list of Museums, Zoos and Theme Parks Offering Virtual Tours Good House Keeping List

Virtual Field Trips - Arizona State University Great trips

Panda Trip- Offering Children's stories read in Spanish and Mandarin- Practice your listening skills - Stories in Mandarin and Spanish

Audible- Listen to Stories for Free- Audible

Check back often for additional resources to be added.

Free Exercise Classes Online- Try one out today!

Free Exercise Classes - Down Dog- offers Yoga, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, 7 Minute and Prenatal Yoga- this is free for students through July 1st

Down Dog

DDP Yoga for Kids- Free Classes Available

DDP Yoga

YMCA- offering free online classes- Yoga, Bootcamp, Barre, Kids Activities, Cycling, Weight Lifting, Tai Chi, Youth Soccer, Y Box, Youth Sport Performance

YMCA 360

Calendar of Events


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Parents & Guardians Sign Up for NYC Schools Account (NYCSA)

Parents and Guardians: We’ve made it easier to  sign up for a NYC Schools Account (NYCSA). Setting up a basic account will allow you to get emergency notifications from the DOE.  


You can create a basic account online from any computer, phone, or tablet. All you need to do is:

  • Go to 

  • Set up the account by:

    • Entering  your name and email address,

    • creating a password, and

    • answering a few brief security questions so you can reset the password if you forget it.


After you create your account, you will need to verify your identity and your relationship to that student. Once you do that you will be able to see your child’s grades, test scores, and attendance. 


UPDATED! 7th Grade College Access for All Initiative

  NYCDOE College Access for All Middle School    

Virtual College Trips are here! If you didn't get a chance to go on a trip now is your chance. If you did get to go on a college trip here's another chance to check out more schools.  

Adelphi Tour


Parent Student volleyball game- It was a great time.

Valentines Day Celebration!

Another Great Principal's Coffee Chat!

Grade Assemblies

College Access for All Trip to Queens College




Notice of Non-Discrimination Under 504- Policy Statement


MS158's Math Team

Purchase your Gym Uniform Here

Gym uniforms are available for purchase. Please follow the link below:

Students can wear the following to gym classes: T-shirt and shorts are required. Crew neck sweatshirt and sweatpants are optional but acceptable for gym class. 

Please be aware that these are adult sizes. 

If you have any, please contact our Parent Coordinator - Ms. Polizzi.  

smooth flyer.docx 

Contact Us

For any assistance with anything- please call Ms. Polizzi our Parent Coordinator- (718)-423-8100. 

Respect for All Information

 Please see Mr. Epstein in room 113 for more information or for assistance.  


 Respect for All info.pdf

Student to Student Sexual Harassment Information

Please see Mrs. McNamara in room 113 for information or assistance. 


student-to-student-sexual-harassment information.pdf 

Statement on Accessibility

Statement on Accessibility: We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact  Melissa Corbett at (718) 423-8100 or email or use our mailing address 46-35 Oceania Street, Bayside, NY 11361 to request assistance.