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Parent Sindy Aprigliano has partnered with CityArts to paint murals on local walls. Join CityArts on Saturday June 23 for a meeting. RSVP here.

The Spring Fair is on Saturday, June 16th from 11am-3pm at ECC building. Come support the children of PS/IS 78Q! Carnival games, Bounce Houses and Slides, Food, Drinks and lots of Family Fun! Tickets can be purchased at the PTA ticket booth on the day of the event. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!

Help is needed! First musical production, MYSTICAL SOLAR ECLIPSE, at PS/IS 78Q on Tuesday June 19, produced by grades 4-8, Ms. Komaroff, Ms. Collins and parent, Mary Duncan-Stein. Get involved! Click Programs to see details.

Studio in a School 2018 has begun. Studio in a School is an ARTS in Residency Program-customized arts instruction, funded by the PTA and is offered to grades 2 through 5 for 10 weeks. Up to two media can be taught: Drawing, printmaking, painting, collage, media-tech, sculpture, or 2-D applied design.

Join Fellow Family and Friends of the P.S./I.S. 78Q community for a fun afternoon at the Citi Field in Section 526 on Sunday June 24. We will be seated in the same section together. If we sell 75 tickets we get to take a group photo on the field. We hope to see you all there!Click here for details and tickets!

Peace Flag Presentation on June 25th at 5pm. Students in 2nd through 5th grade are participating in the Studio in a School program and will be putting on a Peace Flag presentation at LIC-A at 5pm, 5-25 46th Avenue. Check it out!

NYC Junior Ambassadors to the United Nations: Congratulation to PS/IS 78Q’s 7th grade class for being chosen (for the 2nd YEAR!) to be a part of NYC Junior Ambassadors to the United Nations. Only 20 schools are selected per year. This year’s activities include: a personal tour of UN, a classroom visit by a UN diplomat, a big project that makes an impact on the world, and an exhibition and year-end ceremony where work is presented-attended by local and international leaders. Last year our students took action on climate change: painted a mural, designed and distributed educational fliers, started a social media campaign, engineered a 3D model of a futuristic “green” Long Island City, NY, prototyped a climate change kit, and hosted a conversation with Australian ambassador!

Check out The 78 Scoop, the P.S./I.S. 78Q Newspaper Club's latest issue of it's publication!

Every Tuesday teachers are available for meeting with parents in person or to talk on the phone.

All parents, regardless of income, must complete a School Meals Form to ensure that NYC schools will receive the federal funding needed for this program. Please fill out a form either online, or by filling out the form that will be in your child's backpack.

Check out The Morning Bell, the DOE’s new official blog. Featuring news, tips, and profiles of the students, educators, staff, and programs at work in City schools, The Morning Bell keeps readers up-to-date about the exciting things happening inside our classrooms every day.

Shutterfly Fundraiser! The PTA will earn a 13% commission when customers click through the PS/IS 78Q PTA storefront and make a purchase at Shutterfly, TinyPrints, Wedding Paper Divas & BorrowLenses, so please share the link with your friends and family.

We need Volunteers! We kindly ask that every family volunteer at least 2 hours per month for the school. Please read about Volunteer Opportunities and contact Sonya at


48-09 Center Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11109

Co-President: Bree Chambers
Co-President: Genevieve Bernier
Co-Vice President: Lilly Rojas
Co-Vice President: Jaclyn Bowdren
co-Treasurer: Yoshi Haramo
co-Treasurer: Heather Kaden
Secretary: Joy Gabriel
Secretary: Sonya Oh
Principal: Louis Pavone
Assistant Principal: Deana Rombone

About PS/IS 78Q PTA

The PS/IS 78Q Parent Teachers Association, founded in June of 2008, is a registered 501(c)3 not for profit organization established to help support the PS/IS 78 Robert F. Wagner Jr. public school located in Long Island City, Queens. Every parent or primary caregiver of a child who attends PS/IS 78Q is a member of the PTA.

We remain committed to enriching the learning experiences of our children. This year, not only do we want to continue funding the efforts we have supported in the past, our goal is to also seek out and provide new opportunities for our children.

Mission Statement: The PS/IS 78Q PTA is committed to academic excellence, creativity, and wellness. We aim to create an environment that sparks intellectual curiosity by fostering the social, moral, physical, and emotional development of each child. We strive to build a strong and engaged parent community to support the efforts and vision of our school.

Currently Funded Programs:


PS78 PTA Membership

What is the PTA? The main purpose of the Parent Teacher Association is to support the school and, therefore, benefit your child. As a parent, guardian or person in parental relation to a child in the school, you are a member of the PTA.

But there are many more PTA advantages:

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