September 23, 2020 Letter to Families
September 23, 2020
Dear Families of Community School District 32, The most beautiful time of the fall is when we welcome our students back to school and see their wonderful smiles as they greet their teachers and their school leaders. This year is no different and whether our students are in a fully remote learning model or a blended learning model they will excitedly greet their teachers, principals and friends with a new smile and gleaming eyes. Our students are cared for and feel safe in our schools. Their magnificent smiles affirm the warm cultures shared by our educators and our students.
As a parent myself, I know that an informed parent is an empowered parent. Therefore, fostering our conversations regarding our guiding principles on the health and safety of our students and their school community is of the utmost importance. Please read below:
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and cleaning supplies have been provided for all schools, by the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) and will have a 30- day supply on hand at all times-with a hotline for principals to call for immediate resupply for their schools. For efficiency purposes, all school-based staff shall request health and safety supplies from the school’s Custodian Engineer or their supervisor.
In order to support with temperature screenings both at home and at school we have provided all schools with the following: o Oral thermometers for all students which should be backpacked home along with a flyer on the first day each student attends school in-person. These thermometers will support families in taking their students’ temperature and completing the health screening form prior to arriving at school
o Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks (child and adult sizes)
o Hand sanitizers and individual hand sanitizer bottles o Hand soap and paper towels
o Disinfectant wipes and disinfectant sprays
As previously stated we at the NYCDOE are providing these supplies for each school, therefore you should never be provided with a supply list requesting that you purchase supplies. It is our commitment to our families, our students, and our school communities. As we welcome our students to their schools with warmth, excitement, health and safety, we are also confident that School Year 2020-2021 will be the year of HOPE and EXCELLENCE!
Yours Truly, as a Community of ONE!
Sheila S- Gorski,
Community Superintendent for District 32
23 de septiembre de 2020 Carta a las familias
23 de septiembre de 2020
Estimadas familias del distrito escolar comunitario 32, El momento más maravilloso del otoño es cuando damos la bienvenida a nuestros estudiantes a la escuela y vemos sus maravillosas sonrisas mientras saludan a sus maestros y líderes escolares. Este año no es diferente y ya sea que nuestros estudiantes se encuentren en un modelo de aprendizaje totalmente remoto o en un modelo de aprendizaje combinado, saludarán con entusiasmo a sus maestros, directores y amigos con una nueva sonrisa y ojos brillantes. Nuestros estudiantes son cuidados y se sienten seguros en nuestras escuelas. Sus magníficas sonrisas afirman las culturas cálidas que comparten nuestros educadores y nuestros estudiantes.
Yo misma, como madre, sé que un padre informado es un padre empoderado. Por lo tanto, fomentar nuestras conversaciones sobre nuestros principios rectores sobre la salud y seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y su comunidad escolar es de suma importancia. Por favor lea abajo:
o El Departamento de Educación de la Ciudad de Nueva York (NYCDOE) ha proporcionado equipos de protección personal (PPE) y artículos de limpieza para todas las escuelas y tendrá un suministro de 30 días a mano en todo momento, con una línea directa para que los directores llamen reabastecimiento inmediato para sus escuelas. Para fines de eficiencia, todo el personal de la escuela debería solicitar suministros de salud y seguridad del ingeniero conserje de la escuela o su supervisor.
Para apoyar con los exámenes de temperatura tanto en el hogar como en la escuela, hemos proporcionado a todas las escuelas lo siguiente: o Termómetros orales para todos los estudiantes que deben llevarse en la mochila a casa junto con un volante el primer día que cada estudiante asiste a la escuela en persona. Estos termómetros ayudarán a las familias a tomar la temperatura de sus estudiantes y completar el formulario de evaluación médica antes de llegar a la escuela. o Equipo de protección personal (EPP) como máscaras (tamaños para niños y adultos) o Desinfectantes de manos y botellas individuales de desinfectante de manos o Jabón de manos y toallas de papel o Toallitas desinfectantes y aerosoles desinfectantes Como se indicó anteriormente, en NYCDOE proporcionamos estos suministros para cada escuela, por lo tanto, nunca se le debe proporcionar una lista de suministros solicitando que compre suministros. Es nuestro compromiso con nuestras familias, nuestros estudiantes y nuestras comunidades escolares. Mientras damos la bienvenida a nuestros estudiantes a sus escuelas con calidez, entusiasmo, salud y seguridad, también estamos seguros de que el año escolar 2020-2021 será el año de ESPERANZA y EXCELENCIA. Sinceramente suyo, como una comunidad de UNO!
Sheila S- Gorski,
Superintendente Comunitaria del Distrito 32
Our first Fall 2020 School Leadership Team Meeting Tuesday, 9/29/20
Our first School Leadership Team Meeting of the year will be held on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 4pm.
The link for the meeting is below:
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Our agenda for the meeting will be as follows:
- Welcome/ Introductions
- Date for Election of Parent SLT members
- **If needed–date for election of UFT SLT members
- Principal Update
- Comprehensive Education Goals for School Year 20-21
Hope to see you at the meeting. “To Whom Much is Given, Much is Required”
P-EBT UPDATE: STATE HELPLINE NUMBER AND RESOURCES
Families with students in NYC schools have started to receive the $420 Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) food benefit, and for some families the benefit will arrive in July or August. P-EBT is the program for families to buy food to make up for missed school meals while students were learning from home in March-June.
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P-EBT Helpline Phone Number is Now Available
The helpline can answer questions about whether your P-EBT food benefits are available and how much you received. You can also order a new EBT card if your current card has been lost, stolen or damaged.
- Call the New York State P-EBT food benefits helpline at 1-833-452-0096
- You can also email questions to otda.sm.eisp.PEBT@otda.ny.gov
Get Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Community Food Advocates now has frequently asked questions available on our website.
New York State also has so answers to commonly asked questions (updated June 30)
Check Your SNAP/P-EBT Food Benefits Balance
Visit www.connectebt.com or call 1-888-328-6399
Visit the P-EBT page on our website for:
- Downloadable P-EBT flyers available in seven (7) languages
- Downloadable P-EBT info slides in English and Spanish
- Recording of P-EBT Info Session (90 mins)
- Recording of P-EBT info slides in Spanish (15 mins)
Please check back periodically. We will update this page as we learn more.
P-EBT is administered by New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA). Specific questions about your families PEBT are best answered by the State P-EBT helpline, 1-833-452-0096.
Community Food Advocates is an advocacy organization working with our Lunch 4 Learning Coalition partners to get the word out to parents, school staff and administrators, and other communities about P-EBT.
The Community Food Advocates Team
Our Contact Information
Community Food Advocates
110 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Foro Para Padres Organizado por el CEC 32 Martes 8 de septiembre del 2020
Llamenos al (718) 574-1203 / Envienos un mensaje de texto al (718) 635-0538
CEC 32 Parent Forum Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Call us at (718) 574-1203 / Text us at (718) 635-0538
Información Importante para Reabrir la Escuela
Espero que cuando reciba esto, lo esté haciendo bien a continuación, encontrará información actualizada sobre la fecha de reapertura de la escuela en el enlace del sitio web del DOE a continuación. También lo pegué aquí en el correo electrónico.
Comparta con su comunidad escolar.
Martes 8 de septiembre de 2020
- El personal escolar informa a las escuelas
Miércoles 16 de septiembre, jueves 17 de septiembre y viernes 18 de septiembre de 2020
- Orientación instruccional
- Todos los estudiantes
- Reconectarse con su comunidad escolar
- Conozca los procedimientos de salud y seguridad.
- Verifique la conectividad técnica
- Tener controles de bienestar con sus maestros y personal de orientación.
Lunes 21 de Septiembre de 2020
- Todas las escuelas comenzarán la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de día completo.
- Todas las escuelas comenzarán la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de día completo.
- Los estudiantes en aprendizaje mixto (combinación de presencial y remoto) comenzarán a reportarse a los edificios, dependiendo de su horario presencial
- Los estudiantes en aprendizaje 100% remoto comenzarán el aprendizaje de día completo
- Regístrese ahora para una sesión de información para familias y estudiantes(Abrir enlace externo) https://learndoe.org/face/
- ¿Quiere continuar con el aprendizaje totalmente remoto en el otoño? Háganos saber completando la Preferencia de aprendizaje(Abrir enlace externo) encuesta https://www.nycenet.edu/surveys/learningpreference
- S ee los mensajes a las familias página para actualizaciones de la canciller Carranza” https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/news/chancellor-s-message-for-families
Important Updates on School Reopening
Tuesday, September 8, 2020
- School staff report to schools
Wednesday, September 16, Thursday, September 17, and Friday September 18, 2020
- Instructional Orientation
- All students will
- Reconnect to their school community
- Learn the health and safety procedures
- Check technical connectivity
- Have wellness checks with their teachers and guidance staff
Monday, September 21, 2020
- All schools will begin full-day teaching and learning
- All schools will begin full-day teaching and learning
- Students in blended learning (combination of in-person and remote) will begin to report to buildings, depending on their in-person schedule
- Students in 100% remote learning will all begin full-day learning
- Register now for a Family and Student Information Session(Open external link) https://learndoe.org/face/
- Want to continue all-remote learning in the fall? Let us know by completing the Learning Preference(Open external link) survey. https://www.nycenet.edu/surveys/learningpreference
- See the Messages to Families page for updates from Chancellor Carranza. https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/news/chancellor-s-message-for-families
I.S. 383 Family Forum #3: School Re-Opening 2020 on Thursday, Sept 3rd at 5:30 pm
Dial in for Spanish Interpretation:
Slide Presentation of IS 383 Family Forum on August 25th at 6pm
How to update your DOE loaned IPAD device
Good morning Schuyler Families,
As we prepare for the upcoming school year, there is IMPORTANT information in regards to updating your DOE loaned IPADS.
Please read the information below on the process of how to update your DOE loaned IPAD device. Click the button below “View All Announcements” to click the links below from your browser.
Dear Parents, we have some important updates for you as someone who has a DOE-loaned iPad. It is essential that you take the actions on this webpage https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/learn-at-home/technical-tools-and-support/getting-started-with-your-ipad to ensure your child’s iPad is ready for use for return to school. The first day of school is only a few weeks away, and all students will be working remotely for at least a few days a week. Your child will need their iPad to be ready for learning for the fall. Thank you! https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/learn-at-home/technical-tools-and-support/getting-started-with-your-ipad .
Ms. Hutchinson and Mr. Grady
(2020-2021 Curriculum and Technology Team)
Family Blended Learning Model notification
August 12, 2020
Thank you for your continued partnership. I hope that you are finding time to rest and enjoy the summer with your loved ones. As you know, DOE Central issued guidance to schools on blended learning and offered a series of program model choices that schools will use in the fall. As we continue the work to prepare for next year, I cannot stress enough the importance of our families being actively engaged in the planning process. Thank you to those of you that participated in our School Leadership Team meeting on July 16, 2020 and our Family Forum on August 11, 2020. At those meetings we shared our preferred Blended Learning Program model, 1B. We also shared the data from Remote Learning Surveys and data Learning Preference Survey which informed our preferred model choice. Based on review of data and in consultation with School Leadership Team and our school Re-open Committee, our school is choosing Model 1B as it best meets the needs of our students and our families.
Below is an outline of our program model:
Families will receive their student’s cohort assignment within the next two weeks via the email we have on file for you. We will have additional Family Forums in the upcoming weeks with updated guidance. Dates, times and links to the Forums will be shared via email and on our school website: philippaschuyler383.org. I encourage you to also frequently check the NYC DOE of Education website: schools.nyc.gov. Feel free to contact our Parent Coordinator, Mr. David Grady at Dgrady@schools.nyc.gov if you have any follow up question or concerns. Thank you for your collaboration and support during this process.
Principal Jeanette Wigdorsky
Ç Intermediate School 383 Ç
1300 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11237-1502
Telephone: (718) 574-0390 Fax: (718) 574-1366
Philippa Schuyler Middle School
for the Gifted and Talented
Listen to the IS 383 Parent Forum – Click the link
Topic: IS 383 Parent Forum
Date: Aug 11, 2020
Click the zoom link below and enter the password when prompted:
To click the link directly from this page, click on the “View All Announcements” button below.
Learning Preference Survey DUE Friday, August 7th
Family Forum Zoom Meeting About Fall 2020
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Spanish Interpretation dial information:
Parent Resources/Recursos para padres
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Click the attached link to access a folder of materials and resources for our families.
As the school receives information, we will update the folder with more resources.
Haga clic en “Ver todos los anuncios” para obtener más información.
Haga clic en el enlace adjunto para acceder a una carpeta de materiales y recursos para nuestras familias.
A medida que la escuela reciba información, actualizaremos la carpeta con más recursos.
Community School District 32 Actualizaciones Boletín de abril
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Community School District 32 Updates April Newsletter
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School Will Be Closed Until Further Notice
While classroom instruction will not continue until further notice, we will continue with our communications with the Philippa Schuyler Community.
Parents/Guardians, please have students check each of their classes in Google Classroom every day remote learning is in session. We encourage you to have your student(s) demonstrate to you how this tool works.
Click the “View All Announcements” button below to access all of the links.
This is a slideshow for parents new to Google Classroom
Feel free to get more information from the NYC Dept of Education linked below.
Remote Learning and School Closures
See below for a message to all NYC Dept of Education families:
All of us are living through an unprecedented time as we work to keep our communities safe and healthy in the face of the coronavirus. New Yorkers are joining millions in cities, states, and nations across the world in confronting decisions that we’ve never had to face—and maybe never could have imagined having to. Here in New York, Mayor de Blasio and I have been clear that any changes to our school system as we know it would be an extreme measure—a last resort. We’ve been monitoring the outbreak in New York City day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute. This weekend, it became clear that continuing public education in our school buildings was no longer sustainable for the time being. On Sunday, we announced that for the next three and a half weeks, we are moving to a remote learning model, with a projected reopening of school buildings the week of April 20, 2020. I know this may feel abrupt, and has the potential to cause disruption in your lives. We are committed to consistent and clear communication with you throughout this time period, and a clear understanding of what will happen. Our announcement today means that Monday, March 16, school buildings are closed and students will be out of session. However, students and families can pick up medication or receive any standard medical services from Tuesday through Thursday, during regular school hours; school nurses and school based health center staff will be on site. During that time, teachers will also be expected to report to their buildings and receive full-day professional development on remote learning. Later in the week, students will begin picking up materials, including technology to participate in remote learning when needed. Additional guidance on all of this will be shared with you in the next couple of days. All throughout this week, grab-and-go breakfast will be available at the entrance of every school building from 7:30 AM – 1:30 PM. Any student can pick up breakfast and lunch at any school building. On Monday, March 23, we will be opening several dozen Regional Enrichment Centers across the City, to serve the children of our City’s first responders, healthcare workers, transit workers, and our most vulnerable populations.
That Monday, we will also launch remote learning for grades K-12. I have every confidence in New York City educators and know they will rise to the occasion, and dedicate the same passion for delivering high-quality instruction remotely as they do in the classroom. We know we have the most dedicated school staff: teachers, custodians, administrators, and especially the school food workers who will be continuing to work during this time as part of a citywide meals program. More information on the launch of that program will be coming soon. 2 I want to be clear that this is not a closure, but a transition. We will not lower our expectations for our students. We know they are hungry to learn and we will match their curiosity and passion with work-from home materials, including distribution of devices that will support our remote-learning instructional model. There are already instructional resources available for every grade level in every subject at schools.nyc.gov/learnathome. We know this is a difficult time, and we are working hard to make sure our City continues to support families in every way we can. I want to assure families we’re working to make this as seamless a transition as possible. Now is the time to come together to do what’s best for the health and safety of all New Yorkers. We are with you, partners in education in the greatest city in the world. We have the world’s most talented students, educators, and staff—and nothing will ever change that. We will continue to communicate with you in the coming days, and encourage you to visit our website at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/health-and-wellness/coronavirus-update for more information and updates on this transition.
Richard A. Carranza Chancellor
New York City Department of Education
March Parent Teacher Conferences
Dear Parents & Guardians:
Yesterday, Chancellor Carranza, in an overabundance of caution, cancelled onsite parent teacher conferences scheduled for March 12th and March 13th. To set up a conference with your child’s teachers, please use one of the following options:
Option 1: Email your child’s teachers via Pupil Path to discuss their progress and/or set up an appointment for one of these dates/ times:
� Tuesday, March 17th from 2:40 to 3:55
� Tuesday, March 24th from 2:40 to 3:55
� Tuesday, March 31st from 2:40 to 3:55
Option 2: Provide a working phone number to the teacher via Pupil Path and indicate whether you are available on March 12th or March 13th during the designated Parent Teacher Conference times. These phone calls will take place on Thursday evening from 4:30 to 7:30 pm and on Friday afternoon from 12:40 to 2:40 pm.
Option 3: Call the school directly at 718-574-0390 to set up an appointment to meet with a teachers on a Tuesday in March OR leave a working phone number so that the teacher may call you on 3/12 or 3/13 during Parent Teacher Conference time. You can also email our parent coordinator, Mr. David Grady directly at Dgrady@schools.nyc.gov.
If you have any questions, please reach out to our parent coordinator for assistance.
THE MORNING BELL
THE MORNING BELL
Did you know that New York City offers students a wealth of free and low-cost opportunities to explore learning beyond the classroom? Throughout the year, students across the City can take part in many exciting activities and programs, including STEM-based (science, technology, engineering, and math) enrichment programs, arts workshops, and career-building internships. And with spring just around the corner, this is the perfect time for students and families to explore their options for Spring Recess and Summer Break.
Senior Dues Reminders
8th Grade Parents and Guardians,
This is a gentle reminder about Senior Dues payments.
Senior Dues are $150.00 and cover the cost of Senior Pictures, Cap and Gown, the yearbook and the rental of King’s Theatre for Graduation.
You may pay in cash or money order to I.S. 383.
The deadline for a first payment of $50.00 has already passed – 17th January.
The deadline for a second payment of $50.00 – 20th March
The deadline for final payment on balances owing – 30th April
If you have any concerns about payments please reach out to Ms. Hutchinson, Mr. Grady or Ms. Singh.
World Read Aloud Day
Payments for Senior Rings
8th Grade Parents and Guardians,
Friday, 14th February is the final date to submit order forms and payments for Senior Accessories to Ms. Singh.
If you miss this deadline, you will have to contact the accessories providers directly:
Reed Ring Corp.
42-34 162nd Street
SAVE THE DATE – February PTA Meeting
Save the date: February 25th–PTA Meeting and we will play Bingo! You don’t want to miss the fun!
Class of 2020 Senior Prom
Class of 2020 Senior Prom
Friday, June 5, 2020
6PM – 10PM
- Total Cost – $75
- $25 non-refundable deposit due Feb. 21st
- Balance due by April 24th
- Collection in the PTA Office Wednesdays & Thursdays pd 6 & 7
92 Nassau Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11222
SENIOR TRIP #2 EVENT: AFRICA! PERFORMANCE
SENIOR TRIP #2
EVENT: AFRICA! PERFORMANCE
LOCATION: SYMPHONY SPACE THEATER
DATE: WEDNESDAY, 5TH FEBRUARY, 2020
After the show, we will head to Burger King at 1412 Myrtle Avenue for lunch and conversation!
COST: $19.00 (this covers the show and lunch) see Ms. Singh Rm. 429 during Period 3 only
There are only 100 seats available, tickets will be sold on a first come, first serve basis
DEADLINE TO PAY AND SUBMIT PERMISSION SLIPS AND LUNCH ORDERS: WEDNESDAY, 22ND JANUARY, 2020
PTA Sponsors Dress Down Day Friday 1/17
Dress down day, Friday 1/17
Tickets will be sold on Tuesday 1/14
Schuyler Snacks will also be held Tuesday 1/14 during lunch periods for all grades.
PTA Meeting Tues, December 10th @ 6PM
There will be a PTA meeting on Tuesday, December 10th at 6 PM. There will be a guest speaker on financial planning. Honor roll certificates will be distributed as well as Perfect Attendance certificates for grades 7 & 8.
2nd Marking Period ends January 3rd!
Marking period ends January 3rd. We are more than halfway through the 2nd marking period. Check pupil path to monitor your progress. Make achieving honor roll your goal!
Cap for Kids Dress Down Day Fundraiser
Please support the NJHS in our fundraiser for Caps for Kids which helps bring smiles to kids in hospitals. Dress down tickets for Friday, December 20th will be sold for $1 and a selection of caps will be sold for $3 each during lunch periods this week.
2020 International Trip to Canada
7th and 8th grade students interested in applying for this year’s international trip to Canada, your applications are due to Ms. G. If you need an application, please see Ms. G in room 252 Period 8.
December 18th, join us for the Winter Wonderland Dance!
3 PM – 6 PM
December PTA Meeting 12/10/19
Join us for the December PTA meeting on Tuesday, December 10th at 6pm. We will honor our 7th & 8th grade students with Perfect Attendance. There will also be a presentation on Financial Planning. Refreshments will be served. It would great to see you at the meeting!
8th Grade Senior Spirit Week
SPIRIT WEEK #1
2ND – 6TH DECEMBER, 2019
- MONDAY – WackyTacky Day (Students create weird costumes/outfits)
- TUESDAY – Random Acts of Kindness Day(Students will wear any plain T-shirt of their choice with a white name tag that they make and stick/pin to their clothes. At lunch, they will write post-its and place it on a board about random acts of kindness they experienced throughout the day)
- WEDNESDAY – Twin Day (Dress in matching outfits with another student/teacher)
- THURSDAY – Guardians of the Planet Day/ Green Day (create and outfit that has a message about how you can help to conserve the health of and stop the damage to our environment)
- FRIDAY – Ugly Sweater Day (Adorn or embellish a sweater so that it goes from cute to hideous in a fun way!)
** Students not participating in Spirit Week are expected to wear their regular school uniform
International Trip for 7th & 8th Grade students
Students interested in applying for this year’s international trip to Canada, be sure to get and submit your application from/to Ms. G
High School application deadline is December 2, 2019 – Monday
A few very important reminders about the High School applications:
1. High School application deadline is December 2, 2019 – Monday.
2. You can submit an application online, through your myschools account, or you can fill out the hard copy application, given to ALL of our 8th grade students. Please have your 12 choices of schools listed , and have it signed by a Parent/Guardian, and have your child give it in to Ms. Lugo in the main office.
3. Advisors are available to assist after and before school hours, which are usually Monday’s and Tuesday’s after 4pm. Wednesday through Friday’s after 3pm. Before school hours are before 8:20am. – All appointments MUST be made in advance with advisors.
Appointments must be made prior to the visits. If you have not done so already, please reach out to your child’s advisor and schedule an appointment.
Our advisor’s have been sending out appointments with both, our senior’s, as well as scheduling appointments with the Parents/Guardians.
Advisors are as follows:
801, 802, 808 – Ms. Vergara – LVergara@schools.nyc.gov
803, 805, 811 – Mr. Rodriguez – MRodriquez202@schools.nyc.gov
804, 807, – Ms. Hallett – JHallet@schools.nyc.gov
806, 809 – Ms. Armstead- KArmste@schools.nyc.gov
810 – Ms. Enoe – REnoe2@schools.nyc.gov
4. We have held a the following high school events:
High School Application Workshop-
Wednesday, October 16 – 5:00-7:00PM
High School Fair
November 6 – 4:00-7:00PM
High School Articulation Parent Genius Bars
November 13 – 4:00-7:00PM
November 26 – 5:00-8:00PM – Will be held next Tuesday.
Please make sure you fill out your applications as soon as possible. Please do not wait until the last minute.
We are here to assist.
Philippa Schuyler’s High School Articulation team
Wrinkle in Time Performance
7pm on Friday Nov 22 is this year’s Major Drama + Major Tech&Design Production of A Wrinkle in Time in our auditorium! Students in these 2 classes have been hard at work since the first week of school and would love to see you in the audience.The PTA will be selling food as well.
1st Marking Period Report Card Distribution, Friday November 1st
High School Fair, Wednesday November 6th from 4 – 7 P.M.
Location: Philippa Schuyler
November 6th from 4:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Parent Teacher Conferences on Thursday November 7th
Parent Teacher Conferences on Thursday, November 7th
12:40 P.M. – 2:40 P.M. and 4:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
Half Day for students on Thursday, November 7th. Dismissal at 11:30 A.M.
Open House, Tuesday November 12th from 5:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
Open House for incoming 5th and 6th graders on Tuesday, November 12th from 5:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
PTA Meeting and Potluck Dinner, Tuesday November 19th at 6 P.M.
Drama Production of a “Wrinkle in Time”, Friday November 22nd at 7 P.M.
CEC October Monthly Meeting, Thursday October 17th @ 6PM
@ IS 347 . 35 Starr Street Brooklyn, NY
CEC October Reunion Mensual, Jueves 17th de Octubre @ 6PM
@ IS 347 . 35 Starr Street Brooklyn, NY
Specialized High School Exam, Wednesday, October 30th
8th Grade students only. Exam will be administered during school hours at IS 383 for Schuyler students.
End of the 1st Marking Period 10/18
Library Center Morning Hours
Monday – Friday starting February 4 – May 31. Time: 7:30am – 8:15am
Schuyler’s Spring Concert 2019
Two Shows this year; Friday, May 31st 7PM and Saturday, June 1st 5:30PM