April 2022

Administration Team

Dr. Maureen Campbell, PhD, Principal

Mrs. Shallonda Daniels, Assistant Principal

Parent Association

Lisa Johnson-Cooper, Parent Association President

Priscilla Fredrick , PA Vice President 

Parent Coordinator

Miguel Luna


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Principal's Book of the Month

"Stellaluna" written and illustrated by Janell Cannon

Theme- Perseverance

Pillar of Wellbeing- Contentment

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Husky Culture

Student Affirmation

I am a leader.

 First, I think. 

Then, I will tell show or write. 

183 is the place to be!


Our Husky Uniform

Our School Colors are Gray, Black, & White.

What’s Happening in NYC Public  Schools?

Upcoming Events

April Events


Weekly random COVID testing


How can I get my child's report card?

NYC School Survey Information

Your School. Your Child. Your Voice.

You will get your GREEN Envelope and Survey in mid-March. Every year,  the NYC DOE ask all families to take the NYC school survey. 

Get ready to share all the great things about 183, the place to be!

Learn more about the NYC school survey.

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3K & Pre-K Virtual Tours

Thinking Maps 

The Circle Map is used to define a concept, word, or idea.  The Circle Map is used to brainstorm ideas and show what you already know about a topic by using context information. This can be words, numbers, pictures, symbols, etc. to represent the object, person, or ideas you are trying to understand or define.

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circle map about apples


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Daily Health Screening

We recommend bookmarking

the Daily Heath Screening website

on your device so you can quickly and easily complete the form before sending your child to school each day.

Scan the Updated QR code to bookmark the Daily Health Screening website on your cell phone now!

Health Screening QR code

Literacy Corner
by Kerry Edri, ULit Reading Coach

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Reading is Fundamental! 

Host a Read Aloud night with family and friends!   


Post pictures reading your favorite books online.  Share your favorite reads and places to read with your friends and family. Make a list of your child’s favorite stories  Ask your child questions about the stories. For example, what was your favorite part of the story?  How did the story make you feel?  


Find creative ways to enjoy stories together as a family!  You could act out stories as you read or listen to an audiobook together. Choose a “reading space” in your home to relax. Yes!  That means put that cell phone and tablet away when you are reading.


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