Renaissance Middle School 192Q

"Excellence Without Excuses"

School Programs

All Stars NYC St. Johns University – This after school program is from 2:30P.M. - 5:30P.M., Monday – Friday.  They provide one hour homework help for students.  They also offer great recreational fun through this after school program.  A 21st Century Grant was allocated for this program to be offered to the IS192 students.  If you are interested in this program please call Ms. Nathaniel at 718-479-5540 option 2.


C.H.A.M.P.S. – C.H.A.M.P.S. stands for Cooperative Healthy Active Motivated Positive Students.  The purpose of the C.H.A.M.P.S. Middle School Sport and Fitness League is to offer additional opportunities for students, regardless of athletic ability, to engage in a wide variety of physical activities and to encourage these students to find activities that they enjoy and can participate in for life.  The CAMPS program promotes health – related fitness and sports skills that can be maintained long after school days are over.  If you are interested in this program please call Ms. Nathaniel at 718-479-5540 option 2.



Child Center of NY – IS192 is participating in a new Screening Program to promote early identification of emotional health issues in children and adolescents.  The purpose of this letter is to ask you to allow your child to participate in this screening program by completing the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire.


Emotional health issues can affect how well a child does in school, family relationships, and ability to make friends.  By indentifying emotional issues early, this program can help you and your child get the support you may need.


The results of the screening are confidential and will only go to Ms. Jean-Philippe who works for the Child Center of New York and you.  The results will NOT be shared with the school personnel or anyone else without your prior, written consent.  If you are interested in Child Center of NY call Ms. Nathaniel at 718-479-5540 option 2.


E.M.B.O.D.I. – E.M.B.O.D.I. stands for Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence.  “A communal approach to addressing the black male crisis in education”.  Delta Sigma Theta and The Order of The Feathermen collaborate as a team to offer this program to IS192Q students.  If you are interested in this program please contact Maritza Holloway E.M.B.O.D.I. Chairperson at 917-626-6994.  This is offered to males ages 11-18 years old.


Evening Teen Center – This after school program is a great way to keep your pre-teens and teens out of trouble.  This program is loaded with fun trips to see Broadway plays, movies and museums, etc.  Ms. Diaz takes care of this program and if you are interested please call her at 718-479-5540 option 9.




G.E.M.S. - G.E.M.S. stands for Growing and Empowering Myself to Success.  Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Queens Alumnae Chapter offers this program to IS192Q students.  The focus is to positively empower young ladies from the ages of 11-18 years old.  The meetings take place every 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month.  If you are interested in the Girls Empowerment program please contact Tawya Young, G.E.M.S Chairperson at 917-621-7030.




Just For Girls This is a Kids Fit & Jump Rope Program for beginners, intermediate, and advanced jumpers.  The program does a nutritional assessment on the jumpers.  It also allows fitness and agility training for the young ladies.  This is a lot of fun so come and join Ms Lecelle Providence (former Division I Collegiate Basketball Player) in her campaign for stopping obesity.  If you are interested in Just for Girls please call Ms. Lecelle Providence at 718-276-3959      


Male Mentors – Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC’s children of Promise Mentoring Program is a preventative program servicing children, ages 5-17 that have at least one parent.  Youth are matched in a one-to-one relationship with an adult volunteer mentor who meets with them on weekends for 3-5 hours, twice a month for a full year.  Every match is supervised and supported by a professional social worker.  If you are interested in this program please contact Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City at 212-686-2042 or contact Ms. Nathaniel the Parent Coordinator at 718-479-5540 option 2.


Peer Mentor Program – Students are trained to mediate different conflicts between students.  When a conflict occurs between students it is resolved by meetings between a mediator and the students involved in the conflict.  The Peer Mentor’s motto is “Respect for All”.  If you are interested in becoming a Peer Mentor please contact Ms. Wiggins our Youth Development Coordinator at 718-479-5540 ext. 2210 or email


Project Reach – The program offers literacy, mathematics, music, writing, and small group counseling.  Breakfast and lunch will be served to all students.  If you are interested in this program please contact Ms. Nathaniel the Parent Coordinator at 718-479-5540 option 2.




Saturday Success – Literacy, Math, Science Exploration.  IS192Q understands the importance of preparing your student for the rigors of the Middle School environment.  We have prepared an aggressive supplemental agenda which places your child in a position to meet all of the challenges of the New York State and City curriculum.  The theme of this program is undertaking the challenges.  Literacy in our program goes into the detail of how students value vocabulary and numbers in order to improve the foundations of learning.  If you are interested in the Saturday Success program call Mrs. Daniels at 718-479-5540 option 9.




Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

Teen Tutors – This program allows students from grades 7th and 8th to assist students from grades K-2nd grade with reading skills at our neighborhood Elementary School, PS134.


V.I.P. – V.I.P. stands for Vacation Intervention Program.  This program is offered during IS192Q school vacations.  The program is geared towards assisting students with state exams.  If you are interested and would like more information please call our Parent Coordinator at 718-479-5540 Option 2.



109-89 204th Street

St. Albans, NY 11412

Phone: 718-479-5540

Fax: 718-217-4645