Archive for July, 2019

How do you earn medals for graduation?

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A. There is only one medal for graduation…for GPA of 95 or above.

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do you stop answering grapevine messages over the summer?

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A. No.

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Does the checkpoint b exam count as a regents since it is done during regents week?

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A. No.

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Hello, how do I go about a getting a stone in the student garden for my son who was a shen student that passed away?

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A. So sorry for your loss, please contact the high school principal.

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Is it true that Middle Schoolers are getting 9 weeks of summer vacation this year, when we usually get 10?

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A. Summer vacation is June 26-September 4…10 weeks.

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In what cases would a 10th grade student be recommended for summer school? Also, if a student were to fail a SINGLE core class such as geometry or biology, would they be recommended for summer school, or forced to retake the class?

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A. It depends. You need to have a conversation with your counselor.

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Is there a way i can get free cafeteria food?

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A. Yes, if you qualify for free meals.

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What is the policy in regards to bringing in my own computer?

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A. We prefer you use the one provided.

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What is the school policy related to dogs on campus? At school activities outside, at drop off or pick up, sporting events etc. For parents of students and employees… I am not referring to certified service dogs or therapy dogs. Thank you.

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A. We have two policies: one is for use of animals for instructional purposes https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dLwdkMiRriipT68r7qwBtT2YHwltfJSPHzbqLBkV-Kw/view. The other is for pets on school grounds https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RQ3APoYV0U0OAhSwMb-a7qLx_2kzFgmtelSZTxxKnA4/view

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Congratulations to Director of Special Education Michelle Mylod for being selected as this year’s recipient of the NYCASE Special Education Administrator of the Year…

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Congratulations to Director of Special Education Michelle Mylod for being selected as this year’s recipient of the NYCASE Special Education Administrator of the Year. According to Co-Presidents Cynthia J. Johnson and Ora Perkins “She rose to the top of the pool of candidates with her extensive 20 year career in education and with 11 years of […]

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