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PS41 Town Hall Meeting - 12/22 @ 7pm


Good morning parents,

As many of you may have already seen, Mr. Ferrara will be hosting a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, December 22nd at 7pm to provide additional details about the proposed model change at PS 41. The school is currently considering shifting to one of two models, Model 1B (3 days/2 days of in-person) or a 5 day In-person Model.

We strongly encourage parents to attend and submit questions in advance of Tuesday's meeting. This meeting will be an opportunity to further understand the details of how our school may be impacted by a potential model change. PTA leadership firmly believes that, based on its understanding of current facts and circumstances, shifting to a 5-day model is not in the best interest of the PS41 community as a whole. However, we are confident that Principal Ferrara will continue his strong leadership of our school community during this incredibly difficult time, and will implement whatever policy the DOE determines in the best manner possible for our students.

The link for Tuesday's Town Hall is below. Please submit questions in advance here:

If you have any questions, please reach out to us at

Have a wonderful weekend!


Marianne Catalano and Irulan Budabin



IMPORTANT: You must use your child's NYC DOE Account to join the meeting (you will need your child's username and password).

Topic: Town Hall Meeting

Time: Dec 22, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Here are a few ways to log into zoom using your student's account - this information is also posted on the PTA Website.


1) Click on this link

2) Then enter Meeting ID & passcode

Meeting ID: 821 4843 0812

Passcode: 132923

For more help:


If you are already signed into your child's NYC DOE account

You can join Zoom Meeting through this link:

Meeting ID: 821 4843 0812

Passcode: 132923

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+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)


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