Welcome to P.S. 161 Arthur Ashe School

 

Thursday, October 02, 2014

 


October



Click on the "Parent Support" Link for details and events in October located on the left side.

You can also review the
"Parent Activity Calendar"
For
The Month Of October
at this link







The New York City Department of Education's
Achievement Reporting and Innovation System.

Also for educators to locate information to improve student's learning.

https://arisparentlink.org/parentlink

Parents can explore data on their child's academic achievement.
Just click on the above website or the Aris Parent Link

Type in your child's Student ID#
Type in your password
This information can be obtained by contacting the Parent Coordinator, Ms. Kathy Knowles, at P.S. 161Q. 
Every parent is issued a temporary password.  You must change the password at your first log-in.





Coffee Hour With The Principal



The setting for the coffee hours are casual. This is a time set aside for you to have open discussions with our Principal, Ms. Jill Hoder,
for a Monthly Coffee Hour.

In the Parent Room



Remember The Following Dates
For the Month of October



Still Under Construction





Please Come Back Again Soon...

October 13 - Columbus Day



School is Closed









We Are Proud To Announce That P.S. 161Q 
Has Been Selected As A Reward School From the
State of New York!  The Arthur Ashe School is one of four schools in the Department of Education That Has Received This Honor!

  



Parents:

Please take time to check your child's folders/backpacks for notices that are sent home to you by the school.

                



We Are Proud to Announce
P.S. 161 Received An


On Our School's Progress Report
Click the link below to review

http://schools.nyc.gov/OA/SchoolReports/2012-13/Progress_Report_2013_EMS_Q161.pdf



School Goals

2014-2015

1.  ELA:  We will continue to focus on our growth of  higher order thinking through the use of text-based evidence during student discussion, both verbal and written.

2.  Math:  We will continue to support our growth in  math reasoning through the student's ability to construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others, during problem-solving activities.

3.  Knowing Your Students:  We will continue to focus on targeted instruction to support knowing all students; SWD, ELL's at-risk and higher ability learners through small group instruction.

4.  Collaborative Professional Learning:  We will continue to be devoted to working with teacher teams in order to support collaborative professional learning, improve teacher effectiveness and bolster teacher leadership.




To view the Curriculum Map for the ReadyGen Reading Program, Click on the grade link below:



                                     

SSUnits1and22.pdf


 Kindergarten    CurriculummapgradeKunit3ModuleA.docx

                                          CurriculummapgradeKunit3ModuleB.docx

Grade     Curriculummapgrade1unit3ModuleA.docx

                Curriculummapgrade1unit3ModuleB.docx

Grade 2    Curriculummapgrade2unit3ModuleA.docx

                Curriculummapgrade2unit3ModuleB.docx

Grade     Curriculummapgrade3unit2ModuleB.docx

        Grade       Curriculummapgrade4unit2ModuleB.docx

Grade     Curriculummapgrade5unit2ModuleB.docx



To view the NYC Instructional Expectations
Click the Link Below

http://schools.nyc.gov/Academics/CommonCoreLibrary/About/InstructionalExpectations/default.htm