Update for Families - Grading Policy
Coffee & Tea Talk with your PC
This time I want to hear from you!
"What would you like to see happen in our Remote World?"
We may not physically be in a school building, but remotely we are still in school!
There is much information that goes home thoughout the school year and to make sure this continues, we are asking everyone to register with your email and your cell phone number by May 20th. This way we can send home materials, report cards, and other info.
To register click on the link below↓
Everyone is going through some kind of changes right now, but we are all in this together and if there is anything I can do to help you please reach out to me!
Stay safe! ♥
Lisa Schiliro-Reilly - Parent Coordinator Email: LSchiliro@schools.nyc.gov Cell: 917 640-1744
SAVE THE DATE
Waitlists are now open!
- See the waitlists your child is on
- Add your child to additional waitlists
- Check your child's position on each program's waitlist
- Accept or decline a waitlist offer, if you receive one
Remember, you can also use MySchools to view your child's middle school offer letter.
Don’t have a MySchools account or have questions about your child's offer?
- Email MSEnrollment@schools.nyc.gov
- You can also get support with waitlist questions and requests at Waitlists@schools.nyc.gov
- Please note that Family Welcome Center locations are temporarily closed, but our staff is available to assist you!
We appreciate your patience and partnership as we transition to virtual learning and service across New York City. For updates, please check our website.
The Middle School Admissions Team
ElevateEducation in New York -Free Parent Webinars
For any families that missed the webinar, or who would like to see it again, I am including a link below:
Elevate Education New York will continue to provide free parent resources through their #WebinarWednesdays and hope to address the most pressing issues parents are facing during this season of remote instruction. After their session on Wednesday, they had many parents ask them to address memory retention and forgetfulness.
This Wednesday, May 27 they will have a 30-minute webinar to discuss boosting your child’s memory and how to retain memory over the summer. This session is designed for parents and children to watch together and will include joint activities.
Here are the details:
ENGLISH Webinar: Wednesday May 27th @4pm (register here)
SPANISH Webinar: Wednesday May 27th @5pm (register here)
Click below if you missed the webinar on May 20th- https://www.elevatecoaching.info/may-20-live/?utm_source=hs_automation&utm_medium=email&utm_content=87941011&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8PoTi_htVceSF6PmXmW1YbGHO4kIGColM7Pb2j-eLnaZQn-t1Pn76HvQsxiNm1ST9E0QDjQb1RBD2P0wuNC5SmyY9dhNNDIidELNFUjkulBDDGYeA&_hsmi=87941011
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Family Fun at Home Tips
“Family Fun at Home Tips” from Mrs. Boltax.
Gather your at home learners for some fun and educational short films with @MoMAlearning: there are questions after each film to discuss with your family! Ages 6+ moma.org/magazine/artic
Play “I Spy Cleanup” - Set a time to put away as many items until the time runs out. Parent calls out the item for child to race towards, grab and put away. -Mrs. Boltax
April is National Letter and Card Writing Month! Have fun making cards or writing letters to your teacher, Principal or Assistant Principal, favorite stuffed animal, or anyone you love!
One way to get moving is to play Freeze Dance! One person is the DJ and in control of the music. When the music starts, start dancing! As soon as the DJ pauses the music - FREEZE!
Go on an alphabet scavenger hunt! Make a poster with the alphabet and have your child search for items that begin with each letter. Have them write it as they find the items!
Encourage art activities. Have your children cut out pics or words from old magazines and old wrapping paper to make a collage! Post a pretty collage your child made!