Parent Coordinator

Ms. Ramirez

Phone: 347-563-4320

Email: [email protected]


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Upgrade your resume with a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification! In each virtual, self-paced course you will learn essential technological skills with expert guidance and personalized feedback—for free.

You will be certified in Microsoft Office 365/2019 programs, and will learn how to:•  Create polished Word documents•  Design comprehensive PowerPoint presentations•  Improve your Outlook communication•  Create complex Excel spreadsheets

We are also offering limited certifications to become IT and Quickbooks Specialists. Participants must have some previous knowledge of the software in which they are pursuing certification. For further information, please email QB-Pro[email protected].

Register here. After registration, you will receive scheduling and course details.


Learn English while acquiring job training for in-demand opportunities:

  • Office or Computer Support Specialist
  • Home Health Aide
  • Childcare Professional

Our programs will offer you the skills you will need to transition to a new career. To be eligible, you must:

  • Be 18 or older
  • Be eligible to work in the United States
  • Speak a primary language which is not English
  • Not have a high school diploma or college degree from the United States

All classes are held in-person at select locations.

Learn more in Español or 中文.

Submit inquiry form in EnglishEspañol, or 中文 to receive more information.


School’s in session! Hopefully your child is adjusting with ease, and finding their place. If they need support along the way, the library is always here to help with resources, databases, and more educational and youth services.

QPL’s Back-to-School Guide, available on our blog in English中文, and Español, details our offerings for students, including FREE homework help, on-site computers, and over 5.3 million books, movies, games, and other media—plus databases available in Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, French, and more languages. Here are a few database highlights for students: 


An online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a love of reading. The engaging way to link fact and fiction, BookFlix reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration.


Use this platform to access eBooks, including world language books in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian and Spanish:


Use this site to find fast answers and homework help through videos and articles.


A database for learning languages.

The Queens Memory team, in partnership with Urban Archive, is proud to debut the Queens Name Explorer project! An interactive digital map and crowdsourcing project, aimed at uncovering the stories behind named spaces throughout the borough of Queens. The interactive map documents the biographical details of individuals whose names grace our streets, schools, buildings, parks, monuments, and additional public places.

The public unveiling will be presented today at McGoldrick Library by Dennis M. Walcott, President and CEO of Queens Public Library with Natalie Milbrodt, Director of the  Queens Memory Project and Jason D. Antos, Executive Director of the Queens Historical Society.

Mr. Walcott will unveil three posters highlighting major landmarks named after well-known individuals:

  • Gwen Ifill Park in Jamaica, near the longtime PBS anchor’s birthplace
  • Lorena Borjas Way in Jackson Heights, named after the Mexican-American transgender and immigrant rights activist
  • McGoldrick Library in Flushing named for the Irish immigrant and priest, Reverend Edward F. McGoldrick.

Start exploring and adding at the interactive digital mapWe can’t wait for you to get involved!

Every Thursday starting October 20th, 2022


Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 940 7369 9577

Passcode: 123456

If you have any questions about Special Education, please come to any of the meetings.  We are here for you!!!  Here are the dates:


üOct 20, 2022        

üOct 27, 2022

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Youth Justice Court (YJC) is a free program for middle and high school students which allows them to learn about the criminal justice system and receive training to become a peer judge, prosecutor, defense attorney, and jury member.

Participants will get to help other teens avoid school suspensions, criminal and family court appearances, and potential violations of probation. They will be challenged to think about accountability in a fair, dignified way. This is also an opportunity to learn valuable skills for life, as well as for resumes, college, and job opportunities.

The program runs every semester, and participants can join at any time! Register for a YJC program here.

YJC is currently available in-person at the following locations: 

Join us this weekend as our Women’s History Month celebration continues. Click here for upcoming programs, a comprehensive booklist, and more.

Plus, get inspired by powerful women in history to create your own vision and goals! Visit any QPL location to pick up supplies that you can use to craft your own Vision Board, including a Prompt Sheet and a page full of inspirational words and images!


Something Positive Inc. (SPI) presents "Dance is Strong Magic," featuring the works of Dr. Pearl Primus and original choreography inspired by her example. The company will premiere Primus' solos of “Strange Fruit,” “Hard Time Blues,” “The Negro Speaks of Rivers,” and an excerpt from “The Wedding.” SPI will also present a restaging of the company's signature work, “Ancestral Chant,” dedicated to Dr. Primus and SPI's founder, Cheryl Byron; and a new piece, “Rasin (Roots),” honoring the Vodou tradition of Haiti, by company member Danielle Casimir.Sunday, March 193pmCentral Library89-11 Merrick Boulevard



A vision board party is a fun opportunity to set and visualize your goals for the year ahead. Get creative as you collage images and words that will keep you motivated—plus, exchange ideas and inspiration with others! This event will include the supplies (poster board, some magazines, etc.) needed to create your vision. Bring any pictures that you may want to add as well.Tuesday, March 213pmForest Hills108-19 71 Avenue


Thursday, March 233:30pmSeaside116-15 Rockaway Beach BoulevardThursday, March 236pmNorth Hills57-04 Marathon Parkway


Join us for a colorful and original musical adaptation of Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo’s Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, featuring Broadway accordionist and singer Mary Spencer Knapp and her ensemble of musicians and dancers! Through this interactive presentation, we will learn the stories of some of history’s most fearless pioneers, from American aviator Amelia Earhart to South African musician and activist Miriam Makeba.Wednesday, March 223pmSunnyside43-06 Greenpoint AvenueFriday, March 244pmGlen Oaks256-04 Union TurnpikeMonday, March 274pmRidgewood20-12 Madison Street



This program is in dedication of African American Educator, Activist and Benefactor Mary E. Shaw. This concert will highlight the contributions of African American women who were pioneers in their eras and their influence of what became known as Pop - Gospel, Swing, Rock n Roll, and Rhythm and Blues (R n B) music. This program will be a live presentation with the option for the audience to join virtually.Join Zoom Meeting: ID: 847 1557 3807Passcode: 0322Wednesday, March 224:30pmFlushing

41-17 Main Street

Designed by Queens Public Library, the STACKS program enhances children’s learning experiences through age-appropriate activities in a safe, welcoming environment helping kids build their social and academic skills. Daily sessions begin with group homework help, followed by informative, hands-on, and fun enrichment activities which emphasize literacy skills and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)—all of which complement your child’s school curriculum. STACKS operates throughout the school year (including on school holidays) Mondays–Fridays, 3–6pm.

To enroll your child, please visit your preferred location on Mondays–Fridays from 3pm–5:30pm to fill out an enrollment form in person. For questions, please email [email protected] For Spring 2023, the locations listed below are offering in-person classes starting Monday, April 10. Registration is now open until Monday, April 3.

Briarwood85-12 Main Street718-658-1680East Elmhurst95-06 Astoria Boulevard718-424-2619Flushing41-17 Main Street718-661-1212Jackson Heights35-51 81 Street718-899-2500St. Albans191-05 Linden Boulevard718-528-8196South Hollis204-01 Hollis Avenue718-465-6779Woodside54-22 Skillman Avenue718-429-4700