Operoo Updates for Guardians

Brand new forms created and shared via Operoo for guardians. These forms are:
· Phone / Email Outreach Update form – app.operoo.com/forms/564460/submissions/new
· Address Update Request form – app.operoo.com/forms/562390/submissions/new
In addition, guardians that intend on having their child continue blended learning, if the school reopens, must complete the COVID-19 testing consent form using Operoo, by January 22.
Questions, feel free to reach out to tgerber@schools.nyc.gov<mailto:tgerber@schools.nyc.gov>

December 15 Grady Town Hall “Latest Updates”

Hello Grady Families! Please join Principal Montalbano on Tuesday evening (December 15) at 6pm for a Town Hall Meeting regarding the recent school updates mentioned by the Mayor and Chancellor as they relate to Grady. The meeting will be held on Zoom and the link can be found in Pupil Path or on our Gradyhs.com website under the “Daily Updates” section. We look forward to seeing you there.
Tuesday (December 15 @ 6pm) Zoom Meeting Link: us02web.zoom.us/j/87861502168?pwd=Z2NLTTZTVFdOMDFxQmZocG5FU3F1Zz09
Dial In Number: 646-558-8656 Meeting ID: 87861502168 Passcode:144858

Important policy changes for Google Account storage

Dear Google User,
We are writing to let you know that we recently announced new storage policies for Google Accounts using Gmail<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEwwcyiS6a9wuMTtWYnq_y56ZnasEbWfBiWwc67GrRC0nDwPjbQqHjYlO1FR9rP2y377JOU72pfeDhVm0X0nmahRe3dNVTG9sSr2OsYqjyUvYEfKLQ>, Google Drive<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEzN0LJT-dksPSJU5Lze2BjlqwFCUad1kREjZs8HXhebOrr9XaVrwCQJ9NVr5ge4_6TH4_LzWgzzozmk440z93am4G9JiRrB82z1d1dFEf9LDooKDYVauA> (including Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms, and Jamboard files) and/or Google Photos<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEzM7Tds55e-YR7eM4f9QD1uV4wgLc3xjPPiIdxRj2MeC2RdH2hxhn0VC-LKWdxPpK_f8UvvNqoAF3G1q68PoXdcvBQTEpqn3i17ARceQZlsG3aSK06CEZ9cOpU> that bring us in line with industry practices. Since you have previously used one or more of these products in your Google Account storage<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEy_meypvzD_KcS-XO0_-EutNE7bBQAapUOnpxyML6-oyXDEENgaD6RSVdbFhp80cT_nZdEhkC_Ul40fz0E6kJDsFNxrMgqDo360Mmnoznwc971MWnfIqpcEt4wZ7GqKot9ZJR6J6qdPQT_lVjq_xpETvFX-in-sMzY…>, we wanted to tell you about the new policies well before they go into effect on June 1, 2021. Below is a summary of the new policies. Please reference our Help Center article<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEy8Z0UZk9gJy6Roi9ONEnMRcKTzZ80I6j9AtP4a9emAqoLbkM9cS28LtaNHMp_TIY-O5Qz0XSeBH-PRtPi7JJsMc1P8Cb2sSoAEYwA_pBAgeXDvm-lblKObeiaL8B6uj9gNIzBYgdDAY7Q_PA> for a complete list of what’s changing.
Summary of the new policies (effective June 1, 2021):
– If you’re inactive<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEyQTikG-IMIPmowTUllqF4HfnyAKkzI6zdSeJb-e4MTVaFqdWz2Ri4VWfrhA6CHMWjCPgJCoR6IkYiPHFuMDPsD8butR3sLL5ldo6jppNrandgpbiSYrmNxFKVaE-XNFWpGeIttRxzGcYs> for 2 years (24 months) in Gmail, Drive or Photos, we may delete the content in the product(s) in which you’re inactive. Google One<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEy8VJMtPdOt87zcnNBTMHOCyfFpy16WBfCC9FiRL0ITh7nnskXOplOGV1o5OWPx8VJ5reZJ3qnwxalHf9fxp_9ZdcYOC10-dg0eOfR2e1-8_t6mMu3MOD98WZAnCwdad2nMZqtWtqZfTxOodnVbSinBGWdsnpI> members who are within their storage quota and in good-standing<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnExchKR_aaD94u1tPFHwH3124tvNAcJ7s2ISwDtBkTH0nrIiwFaz5E5ZyF4FPL2f7YvLu2IIiB9v8eGnZRBNUQgvBI3-Jhy9WfdHIqEejnZbqc9m3gOf5VbFFg5JuyGpaFDsr0Kr> will not be impacted by this new inactive policy.
– If you exceed your storage limit for 2 years, we may delete your content across Gmail, Drive and Photos.
What this means for you:
– You won’t be impacted by these changes unless you’ve been inactive or over your storage limit for 2 years. As this policy goes into effect June 1, 2021, the earliest it would be enforced is June 1, 2023.
– After June 1, 2021, if you are either inactive or over your storage limit, we will send you email reminders and notifications in advance and prior to deleting any content.
– Even if you are either inactive or over your storage limit for one or more of these services and content is deleted, you will still be able to sign in.
– Note: The inactivity and over quota storage policies will apply only to consumer users of Google services. Google Workspace, G Suite for Education and G Suite for Nonprofits policies are not changing at this time, and admins should look to the Admin Help center<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnExCtzeXortqgjSMXMW45AE_VOzCCIZbIbG28J42j-YeYG0CNxoLk8zbpIRD-tvOOyExiou3zjDLo-49xEZyIQVuUrdHXOr4pBr5zbkuad-6uXKJ2s–6UVoJp7LNJC1> for storage policies related to their subscriptions.
Learn more about how to keep your account active
– To learn more about how to remain active with these products, visit this Help Center page<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnExYvao6C2m9O4ADMUngB6dE-TSosEjvDt_f5naN3r6FiQjvZ2pByGbcfGzXbykl0LtnblncER-zILxlkgV8F051-o1NTLh8K2eLzSCOJI9Lf3oKKfIfjXQwUeGcYRZCETI1rnUBwRGTV5ublFN9aE5XxQ>.
– The Inactive Account Manager<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEyoXorhTvp07i826wxssObLL9U33ZcI0a9wyFFTek-3I05zTdhF5ZUlwvLe91-7Huc3Epj2wzFWor76iiMm98-ZL_reIdKyZ4-QRGo15PGaYBcFd750Ov99XSFZFG_84_WmotxsTmg> can help you manage specific content and notify a trusted contact if you stop using your Google Account for a certain period of time (between 3-18 months). Note: the new 2 year inactive policy will apply regardless of your Inactive Account Manager settings. You can learn more about these changes and ways to manage your or a loved one’s account in our Help Center<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEyj16-u3rvs2Cm_9n8TRy9rds3Tsn4O2d57sA-fp_DaGmfJhdytfe194ZRPkB2QYr9xmqyvpyyGKdPMuxRjkyclW_gHQ0MhmWsMR11z0U6zfU3och8r4osoyiW-gZXDzwO2gB0>.
Learn how to manage your storage
– Learn more about the over quota policy<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEwrGmu9RDU8Hlq7-NconIY33_cYbNvcUn-avreuZKZ6BC2lKAb8aiHv4H9oVCUBVSdSerY0Dnr1R9ByZgAFHEiczh2-PEMLNZRgbxqFEe58QJ5Os9N7HgmzoiS-IJ05W43s9d7HxLoX6ZEpUz4YfTWn7ZCK> and what counts against storage quota<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEyY7KsTWK6r-4IVRm53wtLLkyA149b_xhH7Q5NJGsEuRmkEUPv4AOhKnI22j1IqOv4KIXFuRk4zE-Th06bYyH9-7dwoPyWW2tipy97i6LAPjpaMBNt9f2emQcHa23Pp9K0hoNblqdZi1ELpkEw>.
– You can use the free storage manager in the Google One app<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEwa_DU4oWdDu5-0TO8k5Dua8j_-QSPTGUAYDlq6GIn7vKqtWlmGOLvHh9J0_cSJkP-IExfLB8xYeih8y3L3a3jPw_C1NPOCvfcchZoQD0xY4mFQcm2RS9yvDWkplfSuvpJp8yTELoAjbV5SPltP3rqR3paXq7MLzV_…> and on the web<www.google.com/appserve/mkt/p/AD-FnEwEK723Oa_3JwsP1–uVLk8QU0sZrahgpuuqqF1B6sEwY3sAxTCcankmzV-JVLWHOTysJnu7xcAZzDYpk-N02_UQ2HReNJEQHbOWvbb3j4o-PSOxqQCRKrgQMufxtWbYl_2Ga5z0-exPrineU0vEp4Gie6-zrntSEZ…> to see how you’re using your Google Account storage, and free up space across Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos.
Thank you for using our services. Your Google Team
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You have received this mandatory email announcement to update you about important information related to your Google Account.

NEW!! NYSED Guardian Communication Portal

Dear Parents,
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) has developed a Parent Dashboard<data.nysed.gov/parents/> to increase transparency and make information about school performance and other school-level data easier for parents and the public to access. The Parent Dashboard is part of New York’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plan<www.nysed.gov/essa/nys-essa-plan>, which emphasizes equity in education for all students and expands measures of school accountability and student success. This new dashboard will provide parents with information about their child’s school. The Parent Dashboard is now available in addition to the New York State School Report Card on NYSED’s public data site<data.nysed.gov/>. The Parent Dashboard offers information on all public schools including charter schools.
In 2019, NYSED gathered feedback from parents and stakeholders to guide the work of developing the Parent Dashboard. The data elements that parent ranked highest on the survey are available on the Parent Dashboard.
NYSED is now gathering additional feedback from parents and stakeholders to guide further enhancements to the Parent Dashboard. We invite parents and other stakeholders to explore the Parent Dashboard and then provide feedback via an online feedback survey<surveyhero.com/c/b438754c> available in 17 languages. NYSED will use this feedback to identify the data that is most useful to parents and the public and to make improvements to the website. If you have any questions or would like more information, please visit the Parent Dashboard<data.nysed.gov/parents/>, which includes frequently asked questions and contact information.
Thank you for your feedback and for your continued commitment to your child’s education.

Oct 26 Family Town Hall Meeting: Updates @ Grady High School

Hello Grady Families! Please join Principal Montalbano on Monday evening (October 26) at 6pm for a Town Hall Meeting “Latest Updates at Grady High School”. In this meeting the Principal will discuss the upcoming learning preference survey, DOE Covid-testing, consent forms, grading policy and much more. The meeting will be held on Zoom and the link can be found below or on our Gradyhs.com website under the “Daily Updates” section. We look forward to seeing you there.
Monday (October 26 @ 6pm) Zoom Meeting Link: us02web.zoom.us/j/82650284366?pwd=YTAzbFJoTzVaenV2OWJ3ZWdqb0U4dz09
Dial by your location 646-558-8656 Meeting ID:826 5028 4366. Passcode: 637031

Voter Data

Hi Todd, With the election rapidly approaching we are cutting costs on all Voter Email & Phone Lists (including appends) by 50%! In addition we can turnaround all data jobs in just a couple of hours.
If you are interested please let me know.
Thank you! Sheri Seth The Data Group Sheri.S@TheDataGroup.com

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Memo from Chancellor

Please review this letter from the Chancellor about the closing of Grady (being in the Orange Zone) starting tomorrow and the reasons behind it. As more information is provided about reopening and other factors, we will share with all of you.

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Possible School Closures

As you may have heard, the Mayor has proposed to the state, that he be able to close schools and non-essential places in specific zip codes in the city that have had an infection rate over 3% for 7 days or more. Grady WILL NOT be affected by this request and will stay open if his plan is approved. However, we are in a zip code that is being watched as we are approaching that. It is of utmost importance that we make sure you have a device to work from home in case of this event. If you do not have a device, please click this link so that we can work on getting one for you. forms.gle/ei4zqNcRgryCvKHF6

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Pediatric Health Care

Please check out this flyer for services offered at Gotham Health @ Homecrest.

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Resources

Contact us

(718) 332-5000 ext 1350
info@gradyhs.com

25 Brighton 4th Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11235

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