Summer Instructional Activities-Grades Nursery-7th

Hello Incarnation Families,

Summer instructional activities have been developed, for students in Nursery through grade 7.  Six weeks’ worth of authentic, real-world activities, broken into grade-bands have been created.  Students will have an opportunity to complete tasks found on weekly choice boards. 

Any questions, please email

Have a wonderful and safe summer,

Mrs. Griffo

Summer Instructional Activities–Letter to Families (1)

Summer Instructional Plans…Nursery-PK July Plans (1)

Summer Instructional Plans…Gr. K-1 July Plans

Summer Instructional Plans…Gr. 2-3 July Plans

Summer Instructional Plans…Gr. 4-5 July Plans

Summer Instructional Plans…Gr. 6-7 July Plans

Mass Schedule from Father Gannon in Both English and Spanish

89-43 Francis Lewis Blvd, Queens, NY 11427
(718) 465-8534

Mass Schedule

  • 7:30 am English
  • 10:00 am English
  • Noon Spanish

All who enter at the church/school gym MUST WEAR A MASK, use please the main entrance, also bring and use hand sanitizer, social distance, and sit on designated seats only.

The obligation to receive the Eucharist is still lifted by the Bishop.

And we will start Streaming Live Mass on our Website, and Facebook Page going forward. You should discern coming to church:

  •  If you or a member of your household has been sick, you should not come to church if you still feel sick, and you should get Tested before coming to Mass
  • If you are in the “Vulnerable” or “youthfully aged” you should seriously discern about coming to Sunday mass that will have crowds.

You can find our Facebook page by going to: and find our parish website by going to

If you have any questions feel free to email us or call us at: or (718) 465-8534.

Virtual Field Day

Thank you Mr. Abbate for Making Virtual Field Day a success. The students learned alot and had so much fun.

Letter to Parents

June 3, 2020


Dear Incarnation Catholic Academy Families,


I write this with a very sad heart. While trying to deal with the struggles of a global pandemic, and our own sufferings, we add Mr. George Floyd and his family to our prayers.


I am so grateful that I work in a building that has a student population that is so diverse. We pray together, work together, laugh together, and hopefully, we will continue to recognize injustice together.


We pray that justice is served and our students, who are all equal in the eyes of God, will be able to live in a world where they matter, and are treated with true equality and love.


We, at Incarnation, are here to support our students in any way, to try to help them process this senseless act of violence and it’s consequences, in as much as we can process it ourselves.


My prayers are with you all,

Ms. Mary Bellone