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DISTRICT 22 COMMUNITY EDUCATION COUNCIL MEETING

THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2016
SUPERINTENDENT FUTURE LEADERS CLUB MEETING
6:15PM

CEC MEETING- 7PM

LOCATION: I.S. 234
 






JUNE FAMILY EVENTS



SCIENCE EXPO
@

American Museum of Natural History
Family Science Trip
FREE EVENT!


SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2016

  







Don't miss the Bus!!














Bus leaves at 8:45am

 

 





PARENT ASSOCIATION EXPEDITED MEETING

ELECTION

JUNE 6, 2016- 6:15PM



ELECT MEMBERS FOR THE 2016-2017 PARENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD


ALL POSITIONS ARE UP FOR ELECTION


NOMINATE YOURSELF OR SOMEONE ELSE


PARENTS WE NEED YOU TO BE INVOLVED!

ATTEND OUR LAST MEETING OF THE YEAR.

THERE WILL BE NO PARENT ASSOCIATION FOR 2016-2017 without any parents in the Parent Association Executive Board. Consider any one of the following positions:




 

                    • PRESIDENT
                    • VICE PRESIDENT
                    • SECRETARY
                    • TREASURE
                    • SUB COMMITEES

    For more information email huddepa@gmail.com or call Mrs. Clemente at 718-744-8041

 


  

SPECIAL EDUCATION  SPRING CONFERENCE

 SATURDAY, June 11, 2016

9:00AM-12PM

 

You are invited to a celebration

where families learn about special education,  connect with other families and experts.

 Enjoy:
            
BBQ
            
Balloons 
            
Face painting

 

2016 Spring Conference for Families of Students with Disabilities

Learn more and register www.tinyurl.com/2016springconferences

              CONTACT YOUR PARENT COORDINATOR TO R.S.V.P.  

718-253-3700 EXT. 1183

 

PARENT INVOLVEMENT IS CRUCIAL AND KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

TO YOUR CHILD’S SUCCESS!

 


 

6-7th GRADE HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION CONFERENCE


MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2016- 6:15PM



Presented by,
Melida Hunter- School Counselor

 

· When should I start looking at High Schools?

· What are the requirements to get into a good school?

· Which schools requires testing?

· WHAT IS THE SHSAT and Why is it important?

Specialized High School Workshop
Presented by,
Jamila Wallace
co-founder of AdmissionSquad
Brooklyn Tech Alumni Foundation representative

 

Learn about the specialized high schools?

· Bronx High School of Science

· Brooklyn Latin

· Brooklyn Technical High School

· High School of Mathematics, Science and Engineering at City College

· High School of American Studies at Lehman College

· Queens High School for the Sciences at York

· Staten Island Technical High School

· Stuyvesant High School

Only selected students in New York City Public Schools were chosen to take free prep classes for the SHSAT. The Dream program only offers it to students based on their state exam scores from the previous year,  Title I free lunch   status and 90% of their attendance. 

·  In September, all 8th grade students will receive a registration form to apply if you choose to have your child take the exam.  To help your child prepare and practice for the test it is suggested to purchase a prep book at Barnes and Nobles and/or prep classes that can be found on-line

 

A light dinner will be served

The New York City Specialized High School Admissions Test is an exam eighth and ninth  graders take as part of their applications to several specific schools in New York City. This test is taken once a year and is usually offered in late October for 8th graders and mid-November for 9th graders. (Though the 9th grade exam provides a second chance for those not initially accepted, it is not recommended to wait until 9th grade to take the test.) It is a 2 hour 30 minute exam that covers Verbal skills and Math problem solving.

 




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Every Tuesday

Parent Teacher Conferences
from 2:20-3:00 pm
Meet with your child's teachers, discuss progress, homework, behavior, etc.
We are eager to meet with the parents and build relationships.

For more information contact
Mrs. Clemente, Parent Coordinator at 718-253-3700 ext. 1183/718-744-8041

Questions to Consider Asking Your Child's Teacher

1.   What is my child expected to learn, know and do at this grade level? How will it be assessed?
2.
  What are the big projects my child will be doing in your class this year? Throughout the year, how will I know if my child is meeting grade level expectations?
3.
  What does my child do well and what does he or she struggle with? Can you give me examples?
4.
  If my child needs extra support or wants to learn more about a subject, are there resources to help his or her learning outside the classroom? Can you give me examples?
 
5.
  How will you be introducing the Common Core standards to students this year
6.
  Does my child turn in homework on time?
7.
  Is my child happy at school? How does my child get along with classmates and adults?
8.
  Does my child participate in class discussions and activities? What would make my child more effective in doing his/her work?
9.
  What can I do at home to reinforce what my child is learning at school?
10.
  Are there ways that I can help you in the classroom or the school?


 

For any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Zoraida Clemente, Parent Coordinator at 718-744-8041




 

                                                                                                                                     NEED TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR SCHOOL?
          Registration will take place on the following dates:

                                                                                                August 12, 2016:     9-12pm

                                                                                                September 6, 2016: 9-12:30pm

                                                                                                September 7, 2016: 9-12:30pm


                                    Translation will be provided for September 6-7th



 

 

 




 


  
Dress Code Policy

The following grades are required to wear the following dress code

6th graders-
white-collared button-down shirts.

7th graders-
yellow-collared  button-down shirts

8th graders-
light blue-collared button-down shirts.

All students must wear their blue collared or  polo shirts with black or navy slacks DAILY.

Girls may choose to wear a black or navy skirt.  

School students are NOT allowed to wear any jeans,or pants with holes in them. No hats or hoods are allowed to be worn in the building. 




REGISTRATION


SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST


  • MARBLE COMPOSITION NOTEBOOKS 

You will need one marble composition notebook for each subject. (Math, ELA, Social Studies, and Science)

*** Binders and spiral notebook are not acceptable. 
 
  • HOMEWORK PLANNER - 

An additional marble notebook will be needed to copy all homework assignments. This notebook should be labeled "Homework Planner."   This is where your child will write down all homework assignments dailsy.  Parents, please check the homework planner daily to make sure your child is completing all assignments.  ALL HOMEWORK MUST BE COMPLETED

DAILY!
  • Folder
s –
One per subject (ELA, Math, Social Studies, Science, Foreign Language, Related Arts, Health)
  •  Loose-leaf 
  •   Pens/Pencils
  •   Highlighter 
  •   Valid Public Library Card
  •     In addition, subject teachers may request additional supplies.

     Suggestion:  Use this as a reference to help your child remain organized.  In order to be successful, organization is a key skill every student must adopt
       


     


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