Welcome to Robert H. Goddard MS 202Q SY 14/15
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ATTENTION ALL PARENTS:
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS School Year 2015/16
Monday-Friday 8:05-2:25. All Students
PERIOD 1 BEGINS AT 8:05. THIS IS AN INSTRUCTIONAL PERIOD. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO COME TO SCHOOL ON TIME.
GRADE 8 STUDENTS AND PARENTS- Select the Grade 8 Information tab to access important grade 8 high school information.
ALL INFORMATION WILL BE SENT VIA SKEDULA
We have Skedula http://pupilpath.skedula.com. All students and parents are urged to register and create an account.
1- Skedula allows you to view grades, attendance and all aspects of your child's education such as NY State test scores as well as communicate with your child's teacher. Contact Ms. Deninno with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
2- Notices and letters from the school will be sent via Skedula to an email once you log in.
PLEASE NOTE: THE INDIVIDUAL STUDENT DATA REFLECTS SOME, NOT ALL OF THE CLASS ACTIVITIES AND ASSIGNMENTS. THE ASSIGNMENT GRADES ARE NOT INDICATIVE OF THE REPORT CARD GRADES. ADDITIONAL FACTORS ARE CONSIDERED WHEN GRADING FOR THE REPORT CARD. THEREFORE, YOUR CHILD'S GRADE MAY BE GREATER, SAME OR LESS THAN THE AVERAGE ASSIGNMENT GRADES AS POSTED ON SKEDULA.
We are a uniform school:
Grade 6- GREY polo with MS 202 logo
Grade 7- BLACK polo with MS 202 logo
Grade 8- NAVY BLUE polo with MS 202 logo
Beige or dark pants
PANTS MUST BE WORN ON OR ABOVE HIPS-NO LOW HUNG PANTS
Sneakers are allowed daily
Uniforms can be purchased at:
AJ STITCHING-134-02 CROSSBAY BLVD.
INNOVATION PRINTING- 107-27 LIBERTY AVE.
A Family’s Guide to Preparing Students
for College and Careers
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Middle School 202 is actively engaged in General Response Protocols, which cover shelter-in, lockdowns, and evacuations. We have established safety protocol and are actively preparing all students and staff in safety procedures in the event of any unforseen circumstances. We are committed to doing the best we can to provide a safe learning environment for your children.
Advanced Regents Program (ARP) tudents who are placed in ARP classes must maintain an 80 or higher average in ARP. Students must also maintain a satisfactory (S) grade in conduct, in all subjects. If students are not meeting these requirements, they can be removed from the program.
IMPORTANT LUNCH INFORMATION: Please stay current with your child's lunch bill. Log on to http://mylunchmoney.com/ to view and fund students. In order to create an account you must have your child's OSIS number. Contact the school for information.