Welcome to Philippa Schuyler Middle School
At the Philippa Schuyler Middle School for the Gifted and Talented, we strive to create a learning environment where academic rigor and excellence is a priority. Our school is built upon years of visionary leadership, a dedicated teaching staff and strong parental involvement. Our students excel because of this vision, dedication and support.
"To Whom Much is Given, Much is Required."
is the basis for our beliefs and our achievements.
Today, the DOE announced information on the Opt-in Window for Blended Learning. See important information below: (Click “View All Announcements” to access the links) Monday, November 2 – Sunday, November 15: Blended Learning Opt-In Window for Families Families requesting to change from 100% remote to blended learning should complete and submit the Learning Preference survey during this window. Schools will be able to review individual students’ updated learning preference on a rolling basis during this window. During this time, Superintendents, Executive Superintendents and Central DOE will begin supporting schools to ensure as many students as possible are accommodated for blended learning. Weeks of November 30 & December 7:Students Begin In-Person
Families, We have 1 remaining vacancy on our School Leadership Team. Elections for this seat will be held on Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 6pm via Zoom. Here is the link to the Election: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86546794627?pwd=OTRJTEhYU3gxMzhxelFDOUxoZ3YzZz09 Meeting ID: 865 4679 4627 Passcode: 334264 One tap mobile +16465588656,,86546794627#,,,,,,0#,,334264# US (New York) Spanish Interpretation will be available at this number: Phone Numbers (US)+1 715-802-0260 PIN: 507 272 160# We look forward to seeing you at the Elections and thank you for your partnership. Click on “view all announcements” to access the links
Schuyler School Community, Below is information regarding our Grading Policy for the School Year 2020-21: Philippa Schuyler Middle School for the Gifted and Talented Grading Policy Effective October 2020 There are 3 marking periods during the school year and students will receive report cards for each of the marking periods. In June, students will also receive a 4th marking period grade which is an overall cumulative average of marking periods 1-3. Report card grades will be calculated in numeric values from 55-100. Students receiving a grade below a 65 are considered not meeting grade level promotional criteria Fourth (4th )