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YONDR - How to use the pouch

YONDR, Phone-Free Space, begins February 26, 2024

   

Find 2024 Yonder Adoption.pdf to learn about  Yondr.

Dear Sage Families,

We will be making our school a phone-free space to improve teaching and learning using a system called Yondr beginning February 26th. Yondr has been implemented in over 2,000 schools across 16 countries to facilitate an engaged learning environment. 

We believe that phones have great utility. We have also found that learning and social behavior improve drastically when students are fully engaged with their teachers and classmates.

The Yondr Program utilizes a simple, secure pouch that stores a phone. Every student will secure their phone in a personally assigned Yondr pouch when they arrive at school. Students will maintain possession of their phones and will not use them until their pouches are opened at the end of the school day. Students are required to bring their Yondr pouch to and from school each day and are responsible for their pouch at all times. 

We received responses to our annual surveys from over 1,200 school partners, and after implementing the Yondr Education Program:

  • 84% saw a change in student engagement
  • 72% saw a positive change in student behavior
  • 68% saw a positive change in academic performance

Of our most recent impact survey of over 370 of our school partners:

  • 86% saw a positive impact in student safety and wellness

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your grade level AP:

6th - Dr. Meneses - cmeneses2@schools.nyc.gov

7th - AP Malizia - lmalizia@schools.nyc.gov

8th - AP Aulicino - jaulicino@schools.nyc.gov

If there is an emergency and you would like to get in contact with your child, please reach out to our Main Office at 718-830-4970 ext.0.

In an effort to best serve your child, we appreciate your full support in adoption of the Yondr Program at our school.

 

Newsletter

   

May 2024

Principal’s Address

Dear Sage Families,

I hope you had the opportunity to enjoy Spring Recess with family and friends!  Today, May 1, 2023, marks the 144th day of the school year 2023-2024, with 37 school days remaining!  An updated timeline for assessments is below:

Instructional Days until NYS Math (6-7): 3 days  *May 7-8, 2024

Instructional Days until Algebra I (8): 22 days *June 4, 2024

Instructional Days until Living Environment (8): 29 *June 14, 2024

Instructional Days until U.S. History (8): 30 days  *June 18, 2024

 

Please check the end of the newsletter for a list of extracurricular and academic supports for all upcoming assessments!

 

Sincerely,

John Greggo



Table of Contents

School Calendar

Subject Focus

Dean’s Update 

School Counselors’ Update

Library

Student trip to Italy March 2024

 

Parent’s Corner

School Guideline

School Calendar

    • May 2  D28 CEC Monthly Meeting 6:30 PM Register here to join
    • May 2 & May 3  After school activities are canceled except for QCH Beacon Program
    • May 3 Band trip to Hershey park 
    • May 7 - May 8  NY State Math Exam
  • May 7 - May 10 NJHS leadership trip 
  • May 9   Registration starts for MP4 PT Conference
    • May 15  SLT Meeting 7: 30 AM
    • May 15  Safety Meeting 9 AM
  • May 15  Family Learning Series Workshop - “Money & Technology” 7 PM  All families and students are invited! Spanish and Russian interpretations are available. 
  • May 16 - Afterschool Activities are canceled
  • May 16 - MP4 Parent Teacher Conference 5 PM - 8 PM 
  • May 21 Art Showcase
  • May 21 Band Outside Concert 4:30 PM (Rain day- May 22)
  • May 23 Dance Showcase 4:30 PM
    • May 28  PTA/SLT Elections (During PTA monthly meeting)  7 PM 
  • May 28  PTA General Membership Meeting 7 PM 
  • May 29 Theater Showcase- 6 PM  Sage Broadway Jr. Presents “High School Musical” 
  • May 30 Senior Trip

2024-2025 School Year Calendar



 

May  2024

 

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Spirit Fridays

5/3 - Star Wars Day (Wear your fav Star Wars t-shirt)

5/10 - Disney Day  (Wear anything Disney)

5/17 - Super hero Day (Wear your fav superhero t-shirt)

5/24 - Red White and Blue Day (Wear red, white or blue in honor of Memorial Day)

5/31 - Sports Day (Wear represent your fav sport)

1

 

2

 Canceled-  Afterschool Activities


D28 CEC Meeting 

3

 Canceled-  Afterschool Activities


Band Trip 

4

 

5

 

6

 

7

 NYS Math Exam 

8

 NYS Math Exam 

9

 Registration starts for MP4 PT Conference

10

 

11

 

12

 

13

 

14

 

15

 SLT Meeting 7:30 AM

Safety Meeting 9AM

Family Workshop - “Money & Technology” 7PM 

16

 Canceled-  Afterschool Activities


MP4 Parent Teacher Conference 5PM - 8 PM

17

 

18

 

19

 

20

 

21

Art Showcase 


Band Outside Concert 4:30PM(Rain day- May 22)

 

22

 

23

 Dance Showcase 4:30 PM

24

 

25

 

26

 

27

 School Closed

28

 PTA/SLT Elections

& PTA Meeting 7 PM 

29

 Theater Showcase-6PM  Sage Broadway Jr. Presents “High School Musical” 

30

 Senior Trip

31

 

 

SUBJECT FOCUS 

ELA

Grade 6 

Hello May and hello to our third and final unit!  This month, the 6th grade will be wrapping up the second unit, "Surviving the Unthinkable", by using ideas, information, and examples from multiple texts from the unit to write an explanatory essay in which they will identify the qualities, or characteristics, of a survivor and describe why these qualities are important.  We will then dive into our third and final unit titled "Hidden Truths" which focuses on the essential question: What hidden truths about people and the world are revealed in stories? Students will read various texts such as excerpts and folktales to uncover the hidden truths about the characters within the texts.  For the long read text within the unit, students will read and analyze the novel The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan which focuses on a young boy named Percy Jackson who discovers the truth about who he is after strange things happen to him.  Percy is sent off to a camp with other kids like him and becomes involved in a quest that he never could have foreseen. May is sure to be an exciting month in 6th grade ELA where students will be revealing the hidden truths in many interesting stories.

 

 

Grade 7

For the month of May, seventh grade students are starting the third unit of HMH called Game On! Students will be reading multiple texts about different sports. Students will focus on the essential question: How do games impact our lives? Throughout the unit students will be making text to self, text to world and text to text connections. At the end of the unit, the students will be writing a short story about a character who is involved in a team or individual sport or game. 

 

Grade 8

In the month of May, students will be embarking on their new unit “Finding Your Path” and all of its required components.  In this Unit they will thoroughly explore the essential question “HOW DO THE CHALLENGES YOU FACE TODAY HELP TO SHAPE YOUR FUTURE?” 

 

Students will explore multiple texts of both Fiction and Non Fiction texts including: 

“Bronx Masquerade” by Nikki Grimes 

‘The Debt We Owe to the Adolescent Brain” by Jeanne Miller 

“Hanging Fire” Poem by Audre Lorde 

“Summer of His Fourteenth Year” Poem by Gloria Amescua 

 

In culmination, they will focus their skills towards the final writing piece by making text to self connections and activating prior knowledge in order to address the connection to teen life. 

They will apply all steps of the writing process:    

Analyzing text   

Gathering information   

Conferencing with peers    

Drafting   

Peer Editing 

Editing    

Publishing

 

WORLD LANGUAGE

FRENCH

Grade 8

During the month of May, 8th grade French students will be working on the Conditional mood and some major units including giving advice, scenes at the doctor's office, giving and asking directions to various places. May will incorporate some geographical features of not just France but other French speaking countries as well. Part I-speaking part of the Proficiency Exam will start in May. 

Grade 7

 

7th Grade French students will continue to build listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in French as we begin our next unit on ordering and eating at a café. We will learn new vocabulary that centers around food and drink as well as how to make suggestions, excuses, and recommendations regarding dining out. Students will end this unit with a restaurant project!

 

Grade 6

6th Grade French students will cover more verbs and be introduced to adjective agreement in French. Students will then start working on their Au cinéma project where they will start creating their own movie scenes and scripts to present to the class.

 

MANDARIN

Grade 7

In May, 7th-grade students will start a new unit centered on making phone calls. Students will learn common phrases and vocabulary used in phone conversations. They will work in groups and create dialogues based on the given situations. The role-playing activities provide students with opportunities to practice listening and speaking skills. Students will learn how to handle common situations encountered during phone calls, such as asking for clarification, taking messages, and ending conversations politely.

 

Grade 6

In May, 6th-grade Mandarin students will learn vocabulary and expressions of occupations. They will learn the sentence patterns "我爸爸/妈妈是.../我想当" (My dad/mom is.../I want to be) with all kinds of occupations to introduce their family members' professions and their dream job. Students will also create a career plan for their dream job to grow their goal-setting skills. They will interview their classmates about their dream jobs and how they accomplish their goals. In addition, we will continue to build upon Chinese vocabulary by learning new radicals and stroke order. 

SPANISH

Grade 8

8th Grade Spanish - During the month of May, Spanish classes are finishing up our Vacation & Travel Unit. To culminate this unit, students will have a few options as to how they want to demonstrate their mastery of the vocabulary and content. Two of the more popular examples include creating a travel brochure for a Spanish Speaking Country with different travel packages or creating a travel itinerary for a Spanish Speaking Country. Following that unit, we will be transitioning into our Health & Medicine Unit, addressing both physical and mental wellness. Within this unit, students learn to use verbs such as doler, romper, and mover (meaning to hurt, to break, and to move) as well as different body parts. When practicing the Target Language and demonstrating their presentational ability, students will act out scenarios such as being in a doctor's office or clinic and addressing medical concerns. Additionally during this time, students are completing the Speaking Task of the Second Language Proficiency Exam (SLP) with their teachers as the exam is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 24, 2024.

 

Grade 7

For the month of May, seventh grade students will continue to talk about what they enjoy doing in their free time. They will learn how to invite others to join them as well as learn how to decline invitations. Students will learn how to conjugate -ir and -er verbs.

 

Grade 6

For the month of May our 6th grade students will be working on the unit of Calendar and Weather. Students will be learning about the days of the week, the months, the seasons, and weather conditions in the target language. For the cultural component of the unit, students will explore the different climates in Spanish-speaking countries. As always, students will have the opportunity to practice their speaking, reading, listening, and writing skills.

ENL ( English a New Language)

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12, 2024. 

Mother’s day celebrates the love, sacrifice and unwavering support of mothers around the world. We embrace the diversity of cultures at Sage and would like to send our gratitude to all moms in our community.  

 

The time has come to showcase all the hard work and dedication we’ve put into learning and honing our English language skills! The NYSESLAT is here, and we are confident that each of our students is well-prepared. 

 

Please mark your calendars and ensure your child is in school during the testing time.

At home support plays a crucial role in your child’s confidence and academic success. Encourage them to do their best and remind them that their efforts and determination will contribute to their academic growth. With your encouragement and support, our students can feel confident taking the exam in Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. 

Thank you for being their source of inspiration and motivation during this crucial time. 

 

When?

Who is taking it?

Why is it important?


New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT)

Speaking: 

Monday, April 15 – Friday, May 24



All Multilingual English Language Learners 


  • Measures the ML/ELL's
    English language proficiency in all four modalities (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) and growth in second language acquisition
  • No translation - English only

Listening, Reading & Writing:

Monday, May 13 – Friday, May 24

 

 The NYSESLAT is an annual exam and the only one designed to measure English Proficiency levels. 

 

NYSESLAT/NYSITELL Level

This means the student’s English level is...

COMMANDING

(CM)

Proficient - Former English Language Learner

EXPANDING (EX)

Advanced

TRANSITIONING (TR)

High Intermediate

EMERGING (EM)

Low Intermediate

ENTERING (EN)

Beginning

 

If you have any questions, suggestions or concerns, please feel free to email Ms. Kim or Ms. Tong anytime. 

 

Ms. Kim: jkim24@schools. nyc.gov

Ms. Tong: ctong2@schools.nyc.gov

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

As the spring weather rolls in, the physical education department will continue its basketball tournaments, along with student choice day on appropriate days. The school yard will also be available for use depending on the period and the weather. Students should continue to be prepared wearing Russell Sage sweats or shorts and a t- shirt, accompanied by proper footwear. A limited number of shorts and T’s can still be purchased during class. And as a gentle reminder there is no eating or drinking in the gymnasium except for water. 

 

MATH

 

During the month of May our students will be learning:

  • 6th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​
    • Review for the NYS Assessment
    • enVision Topic 8: Statistics
      • Mean, Median and Mode
      • Box Plots

*to access enVision materials & resources, login to Teachhub → Clever → enVision*

  •  7th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​ 
    • Review for the NYS Assessment
    • enVision Topic 2: Real Numbers
    •  enVision Topic 12 Understand and Apply the Pythagorean Theorem

*to access enVision materials & resources, login to Teachhub → Clever → enVision*

  • 8th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​ 
    • enVision - Topic 11: Statistics
      • Analyzing data displays 
      • Compare data sets
      • Standard deviation

*to access enVision materials & resources, login to Teachhub → Clever → enVision*

Important Dates:

  • 6th & 7th Grade: NYS Math Exam - May 7th & May 8th
  • 8th Grade: Algebra I Regents - June 4, 2024 - NO MAKEUP



SCIENCE

During the month of May our students will be learning:

  • 6th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​
    • NYS Lab - How's the weather up there?
    • Amplify → Unit 5: Weather Patterns
      • Chapter 2: Investigating Temperature
      • Chapter 3: Exploring Wind and Pressure
    • Amplify → Unit 6: Ocean, Atmosphere and Climate
      • Chapter 1: Air Temperature

*to access Amplify materials & resources, login to Teachhub → Clever → Amplify*

  •  7th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​ 
    • Finish NYS Lab - All Mixed Up
    • Amplify → Unit 5: Plate Motion
      • Chapter 1: Introducing Earth's Outer Layer
      • Chapter 2: Understanding Plate Boundaries
      • Chapter 3: Investigating the Rate of Plate Movement

*to access Amplify materials & resources, login to Teachhub → Clever → Amplify*

  • 8th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​ 
    • Renewable and nonrenewable sources
    • Human Impact
    • Final Lab - Biodiversity 
    • Begin Regents Prep!

Important Dates - 8th Grade - Living Environment Regents - June 14, 2024 - NO MAKEUPS

  • students must complete 1200 minutes of labs to qualify to sit for the regents exam. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have questions or concern

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES 

Our 6th grade Social Studies students have embarked on an exciting historical adventure this year! Students have learned about the unique culture, geography, and history of Ancient India. 6th Graders have analyzed the peaceful lifestyle of the Jainism religion, The origins of Hinduism, and the values of Buddhism. At Russell Sage, we understand the best resolution to conflict is peaceful. Gandhi has taught our 6th graders so much about the effectiveness of peaceful protest and empathy.

 

6th graders have begun learning about the fascinating history of Ancient China. Students will learn about the geography, culture, values, and history of Ancient China. Students will also study the famous Chinese philosopher, Confucius! A famous quote from Confucius is “If you make a mistake and do not correct it, this is called a mistake”. We can all learn from this quote. Absolutely, no one is perfect; however, we can all learn from our mistakes and strive to reach our full potential through hard work and reflection! 

 

Best,

 

The 6th Grade Social Studies Team

 

7th Grade Social Studies students will continue investigating causes leading up to the Civil War during the Antebellum Era by analyzing primary and secondary sources. Students will research abolitionists who had major accomplishments, contributions and impacts in society during the 1800’s.

8th grade Social Studies scholars will finish their evaluation of the Cold War by making connections to current events. Students will then evaluate foreign and domestic policies of the 90s and commence their review of the most frequent topics. These include practicing their essays for the United States History and Government Regents exam taking place on June 18th. The last two weeks of May will focus on a different historical timeline capturing the most important events of each era in our history. May is also Jewish Heritage, Asian American and Pacific Islander month and our students will engage in projects celebrating our diversity.  

TALENT

 

ART

Spring Art Showcase

Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2024         (Rain date - Wednesday, May 22nd)

Time: 4:00 PM

Location : School Yard

 

BAND  

Spring Concert

Tuesday  May 21st - ALL GRADES and JAZZ BAND

Rain date - Wednesday May 22nd

This is our outdoor concert taking place in the Sage school yard.

  Please bring your own chair! 

No tickets are required, all are welcome!

 

Permission slips have been distributed and were due last week. If your child hasn't handed in their permission slip, please ask them to do so by the end of this week. They can come by the band room in the morning to drop it off.

If your child is not participating in the spring concert, please let me know as soon as possible. 

 

8th Grade Hershey Trip is Friday May 3rd. The students need to report to Russell Sage at 4:30AM! 

Wish us luck!

 

NYSSMA registration is now complete. Playing permits and times will be sent out 2 weeks prior to adjudication.

 

The Sage Band will be participating in the Forest Hills Memorial Day Parade on Sunday May 26th at 12pm! Come and cheer us on if you're around that day!

 

Orchestra

Spring Concert

Thursday, June 13, 2024

4:30 PM

 

Our spring concert will take place on Thursday, June 13, 4:30 pm in the JHS 190Q Russell Sage Auditorium!  Please have your student click here to reserve FREE tickets: https://forms.gle/4E8Giz4EtaZgQZF97

 

Orchestra Students are asked to pay close attention to announcements made in Google Classroom for spring concert rehearsal dates.  The dates and times will be released after spring break, and begin mid-May.

 

New students who have not received an orchestra t-shirt should see Ms. Wright to get one.

 

DANCE

Spring Dance Concert

Thursday, May 23, 2024

4:30 PM

Happy May! It is Show month!! We cannot wait to see you on Thursday May 23rd at 4:30pm for our Spring Dance Concert. If you have not already, you can purchase tickets from Ms. Acquisto for $5 a piece. Along with that, each student was given a permission slip which must be signed and returned for them to perform. If they need another copy, please see Ms. Acquisto. Classes have begun to rehearse their dances in the auditorium and are getting much more comfortable being on the stage and working on dancing full out with expression. In yoga, students continue to practice mindfulness and body awareness as we examine ways that this practice can benefit them outside of the studio. It is going to be a great month! 

 

 

Library 

 

OVERDUE BOOKS

Parents - If you received an email message from Ms. Wright, your student borrowed books a very long time ago and has not returned them.  Please check your home for the books and send them back to the school library with your student.  If the book(s) have been lost or destroyed, your student can donate a book from their own collection that they do not want anymore, as long as the book will appeal to students in grades 6-8 and are in good condition.  Otherwise, replacing a book costs $10 and replacing a magazine costs $2.  Contact Ms. Wright (cwrightshilling@schools.nyc.gov) if you have questions or concerns.

 

SECOND ANNUAL LIBRARY CARD DRIVE

Congratulations to these 18 students who applied for and received Queens Public Library cards!

Ali Akbar Amindjanof (602), Angela DeGabriel (602), Yosep Kim (602), Arshia Aroosh (631), Gabriel Abayev (632), Ikea Conde (632), Loretta Loystone (632), Alan Cevallos (704), Albina Gurung (704), Jayden Ledesma (731), Abner Zamora (792), Alex Katz (7E1), Lamia Maisa (7E1), Emma Alrefai (801), Maria Montana Lopez (832), Jordan Serna (832), Anmol Heer (833), Ethan Chen (8G1)

 

Any students still interested in getting a library card, please see or contact Ms. Wright for an application.

 

POEM IN YOUR POCKET DAY

April 17 was poem in your pocket day!  Students wrote poems they like on a piece of paper and shared them with family, friends and teachers.  What poem do you like?

 

NATIONAL POETRY MONTH and ARAB AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH

Book displays have been up in the library.  Check them out!

E-books are also available.

 

​​

 

May the 4th Be With You as you read your way through the CDL on Sora! 

https://soraapp.com/library/nycschools/curated-1556384/titles

 

Student trip to Italy March 2024

Hello all,

Sorry for the delay of the pictures and update from our first international trip to Italy.  AP Monahan, Ms. Goldstein, Mr. Austin and Mr. Botta accompanied 24 8th grade students on an educational journey to Rome, Sorrento, Capri, Pompei and Naples in mid March.  Students were able to tour the Spanish steps, Trevi fountain,  the Colosseum, the Forum, the Catacombs, Pompei, Sorrento, Capri with the Grotto tour, and Naples.  Students learned how to make Gelato, and attended a pizza making class. Everyone had a great time and enjoyed all of the Italian foods that we ate as well.  

We look forward to taking our current 7th grade to Spain next year and our current 6th grade to London and Paris in 2026.

Here are some photos from our journey!

 

 

RUSSELL SAGE NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY 

Dear Families,

 

Happy May, prior to Spring Break students received invitations to apply to join the Laura Glass Chapter of National Junior Honor Society at Russell Sage. Should a student feel that they should have received an invitation, please have them visit one of the Co-Advisors or email us at namster2@schools.nyc.gov or jortega23@schools.nyc.gov; please remember that for New Members, applications and Service Logs are due by Monday, May 06, 2024. For Current Members, Service Logs are due Monday, June 03, 2024. In addition, some of our 8th Graders in NJHS will be participating in Disney's Leadership Seminar this month, they will be Orlando from May 07, 2024 until May 10, 2024, please stay tuned for photos and updates. Finally, applications for next year's Executive Board will be opening up soon. Please speak with Mr. Amster or Mrs. Ortega if interested in serving as a Chapter Leader for next year.

 

 

Message from Dean Alban:

 

Please have a conversation with your child to emphasize that there is no such thing as “play fighting” and “horse playing” around in school. If students are caught engaging in such behaviors there will be severe consequences. Students are reminded of this protocol at every assembly that is held at the beginning of each marking period. The last assembly for the year for MP 5 will be held in mid May, and students will be reminded of this protocol once again. 

 

If you believe that your child is a victim of bullying, please have your child come speak with me as soon as possible. This way tensions can be de-escalated sooner rather than later.     

 

Now that the warmer weather is here please be mindful of what your child wears to school. Students’ torsos should be adequately covered. Your child’s foot wear should have a backing on the heels for safety as well.  

 

Spray bottles/ glass bottles of any kind are not permitted in school for safety reasons. 

 

Students cannot bring drinks from Dunkin Donuts/ Starbucks to school.    

 

Please know that I do not start making parent outreach until after dismissal unless there is a dire situation that needs immediate attention. 

 

The school yard is closed from 2:20pm-3pm. Students are permitted to come to the park after 3pm. This is for safety reasons during dismissal. 




School Counselors’ Update

The Empowering Latinos event was a success!

We spent a great afternoon filled with joy, laughter and knowledge.

We enjoyed pizza, music, a beautiful speech by Salome Mosquera 

 

Parent’s Corner

PTA General Membership Meeting/ PTA & SLT Elections

The Monthly PTA General Membership Meeting will be held on May 28, 2024 at 7 PM. The PTA & SLT Elections are also scheduled during the PTA General Membership Meeting. Register here to join. 



Date: May 28, 2024

Location: Zoom - Register here to join. You will receive a link and verification code to vote. 

 

Contact PTA Executive Board at secretaryPTA190@gmail.com for any questions.



MP4 Parent Teacher Conference

Congratulations! We are now in the 4th marking period of the 2023-2024 school year. Parent Teacher conferences will be held virtually on Thursday, May 16, 2024, 5 PM - 8:00 PM. As you head into these important meetings, the JHS 190 Administration Team wants to remind you of a few tips that will help you make the best use of your time. We hope this is helpful. 

 

Book your appointments: 

PTC signups will be done online via Teacher Reacher. Find Sign-Up Instructions here. 

Visit the website:  http//www.teacherreacher.com to register for parent-teacher appointments.  If you don’t have a Teacher-Reacher account,  set up your Parent Account as soon as possible. 

The registration for reserving conference times will begin on Thursday, May 9 at 7:00 am, and will conclude the day of the conference May 16.

 

Family Workshop- May 15 at 7 PM

Save the date! The virtual meeting link will be shared soon! 

5/15/24

7:00 - 8:00 pm

Money & Technology

Presented by Supreme Solutions Group

 

190 Communication 

 

JHS 190 RUSSELL SAGE - ORGANIZATION SHEET- 2023- 2024

 

If your concern is not listed below, please call the main office (718)-830-4970 to be forwarded to the correct person.

PROTOCOL

       
 

Position

Contact Person

Contact Email / Extension

Concern

FIRST

2nd Period Teacher

Individual to Student - 

-Daily Attendance (absence & or lateness)

Teacher

Individual to Student - See Staff Directory

in our website or Staff email list.

-Curriculum -Homework Policy -Student Progress (behavior, attendance, grades ) -Student to Student Issues -Google Classroom Codes

 

Pupil Accounting

Ms. Camus

mcamus@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1483

-Provide documentation for absences (excused/unexcused) -Student Registration -Student Discharge

School Aide

Ms. Palandro Ms. Maria

Distributed during student lunch / main office ext. 0

-Metro Cards - Ms. Palandro -Working Papers - Ms. Maria

 

Ms. Brianna

Distributed during student lunch / main office ext. 0

- Student ID Card

Nurse

Mr. Tabaku

atabaku@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1541

-Student medical documentation

 

Secretary

Ms. Gabby

GLoiacono@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1482

-CAASS -Student Registration

 

Parent Coordinator

Ms. Obata

sobata@schools.nyc.gov / ext.1561

-Parent Workshops -PTA /SLT Assitance -CAASS -NYC Schools Account

         

SECOND

Dean - Grades 6-8

Dr. Alban

palban@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1404

-Student to student behavior issues -Mediation -Grade Level Activities

SPEAK TO GRADE LEVEL GUIDANCE COUNSELORS, DEAN OR SOCIAL WORKER

Guidance - Grade 6

Ms. Del Rio

icolomedelrio@schools.nyc.gov / 1403

-Mediation -Counselling Services -Social/Emotional Support -Class Concerns -Google Classroom Codes -DOE Student Account (nycstudents.net)

Guidance - Grade 7

Ms. Ebony

ecochran2@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1522

-Mediation -Counselling Services -Social/Emotional Support -Class Concerns -Google Classroom Codes -DOE Student Account (nycstudents.net)

Guidance - Grade 8

Ms. Goldstein

mgoldstein5@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1402

-High School Application -Mediation -Counselling Services -Social/Emotional Support -Class Concerns -Google Classroom Codes -DOE Student Account (nycstudents.net)

Social Worker - Grades 6-8

Mr. Botta

jbotta3@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1523

-Social Emotional Support -Mediation -Crisis Intervention Services -Counselling Services

         

THIRD

Assistant Principal - Grade 6

Ms. Meneses

cmeneses2@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 2071 / 2072

-Concerns regarding ELA and Social Studies teachers -Grade 6 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 6 students

SPEAK TO GRADE LEVEL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Assistant Principal - Grade 7

Ms. Malizia

lmalizia@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 3061

-Concerns regarding World Language and ENL teachers -Grade 7 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 7 students

Assistant Principal - Grade 8

Ms. Aulicino

jaulicino@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 3234

-Concerns regarding Math and Science teachers -Grade 8 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 8 students. -CAASS

 

Assistant Principal

Ms. Monahan

smonaha@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1061

-Concerns regarding Special Education, Talent, PE, Safety

         

School Guideline

STUDENT PHONE POLICY & GUIDELINES 

 

Watch our Video - How to use Yondr Pouch! ***Click three dots to view translations.

 

Phones are not to be used during school. Every student is assigned a personal Yondr Pouch. While the Yondr Pouch is considered school property, it is each student’s responsibility to bring their Pouch with them to school every day and keep it in good working condition. 

 

DAILY PROCESS

 

As students Arrive to School, they will: 

  1. Turn their phone off.
  2. Place their phone inside their Pouch and secure it in front of school staff.
  3. Store their Pouch in their backpack for the day.

 

At the end of the day, students will open their Pouch at their exit, remove their phone and put their Pouch in their backpack. Students must bring their Pouch to school with them each day.  

 

*Students arriving late or leaving early will pouch/unpouch their phones in the Main Office

 

VIOLATIONS

 

Pouch Damage / Lost Pouch / Using Phone During School 

  • If a student damages their Pouch or is caught on their phone, Administration will collect the phone/Pouch and give it back at dismissal. 
  • If a student damages the pouch, they must pay $30 for the replacement fee to get a new pouch. 

Examples of damage:

 
  • Deep scratches on the globe and on the green ring around it 
  • Intentional pen marks on the inside of the Pouch
  • Bent pins
  • Pin and button not fully recessing, due to pin damage

Forgotten Pouch

If a student forgets their Pouch, their phone will be collected during morning entry in the Auditorium.The phone will be returned to the student at dismissal. 

 

If a student consistently forgets their Pouch, it is considered Lost. Refer to the Lost Pouch policy above.



Student Photo ID   Please take note of the following:

  •  The first ID Card will be issued to students at no cost. However, if a student loses their ID Card, 

a fee of $3 will be charged for every replacement card printed after November 3rd, 2023.

  •  Students MUST present their ID Cards daily upon arrival for safety reasons. Arrival time is recorded when swiped.
  •  Students who fail to bring their ID Cards for 3 consecutive days will be given lunch detention. Staff will identify students without ID Cards every Friday using the ID CASS System.

Please make sure to keep your ID card safe to avoid any inconvenience.



2023-2024 Bell Schedule 

Breakfast & Lunch 

Free breakfast is available starting at 7:30 AM. Lunch is also free in all NYC public schools.


Attendance

  • If your child is absent, students should submit a signed note/doctor’s note to your child’s 2nd-period teachers or the main office when they return to school.

Early Dismissal/Pickup

It's important to note that only adults (18 years or older) who are listed in the Emergency Contact can pick up students. In order to ensure that this information is up-to-date, please review and update the "Emergency Contact" section in your NYC Schools Account every Fall.

Transportation 

    • Eligible students will receive Metrocards automatically based on their home address, and there is no need to apply for them. If students lose their cards, they can speak to Ms. Joann Palandro in the cafeteria during lunch. Transportation information for IEP students is posted in NYCSA. 
  • NYC School Bus App - Introducing the city's new way to track your child's bus rides to and from school.  Download the NYC School Bus App

Lunch Menu can be found in DOE website: 

https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/food/menus/school-lunch-meals?value=s5#menuDiv 

Blue Card/ Emergency Contact  : In order to ensure that Blue Card is up-to-date, please review and update the "Emergency Contact" section in your NYC Schools Account.

Family Income Inquiry Form: To support funding for our school please visit www.myschoolapps.com and select New York City Schools as your district. 

 There you will find a Family Income Inquiry Form to complete.  Thank you in advance! 

NYC Schools Account / Student DOE Account

-NYCSA : Please make sure that you have access to NYCSA so that you can stay connected with your child's school. Teachers and staff use the messaging system through NYCSA (GAMA) to communicate with families regarding important updates, announcements, and events. Please make sure that you have access to NYCSA. Teachers and staff use the messaging system through NYCSA( GAMA) to communicate with families.If you have trouble logging into NYCSA, contact Mrs. Obata


Student DOE Account ( @nycstudents.net

Do you know parents/Guardians can reset their password in NYCSA? Click on “Manage account”. Students can also see their guidance counselor for their TeachHub assistance. 

2023-2024 MARKING PERIOD DATES

   MP 3 January 17, 2023 – March 17, 2024

  MP 4 March 20, 2023 – June 26, 2024

  MP 5 → school average of all 4 marking periods

Visitors 

  • Make sure to bring your PHYSICAL picture ID and 

sign in at the security desk. 

Acceptable IDs:

  • NY State License
  • US Passport
  •  Foreign Passport
  • NYC ID card or any other government-issued ID

 Not Acceptable IDs:

  • Gym Membership ID 
  •  Library card

or any other non-government-issued ID

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190 Communication 

JHS 190 RUSSELL SAGE - ORGANIZATION SHEET- 2023- 2024

 

If your concern is not listed below, please call the main office (718)-830-4970 to be forwarded to the correct person.

PROTOCOL

       
 

Position

Contact Person

Contact Email / Extension

Concern

FIRST

2nd Period Teacher

Individual to Student - 

-Daily Attendance (absence & or lateness)

Teacher

Individual to Student - See Staff Directory

in our website or Staff email list.

-Curriculum -Homework Policy -Student Progress (behavior, attendance, grades ) -Student to Student Issues -Google Classroom Codes

 

Pupil Accounting

Ms. Camus

mcamus@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1483

-Provide documentation for absences (excused/unexcused) -Student Registration -Student Discharge

School Aide

Ms. Palandro Ms. Maria

Distributed during student lunch / main office ext. 0

-Metro Cards - Ms. Palandro -Working Papers - Ms. Maria

 

Ms. Brianna

Distributed during student lunch / main office ext. 0

- Student ID Card

Nurse

Mr. Tabaku

atabaku@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1541

-Student medical documentation

 

Secretary

Ms. Gabby

GLoiacono@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1482

-CAASS -Student Registration

 

Parent Coordinator

Ms. Obata

sobata@schools.nyc.gov / ext.1561

-Parent Workshops -PTA /SLT Assitance -CAASS -NYC Schools Account

         

SECOND

Dean - Grades 6-8

Dr. Alban

palban@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1404

-Student to student behavior issues -Mediation -Grade Level Activities

SPEAK TO GRADE LEVEL GUIDANCE COUNSELORS, DEAN OR SOCIAL WORKER

Guidance - Grade 6

Ms. Del Rio

icolomedelrio@schools.nyc.gov / 1403

-Mediation -Counselling Services -Social/Emotional Support -Class Concerns -Google Classroom Codes -DOE Student Account (nycstudents.net)

Guidance - Grade 7

Ms. Ebony

ecochran2@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1522

-Mediation -Counselling Services -Social/Emotional Support -Class Concerns -Google Classroom Codes -DOE Student Account (nycstudents.net)

Guidance - Grade 8

Ms. Goldstein

mgoldstein5@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1402

-High School Application -Mediation -Counselling Services -Social/Emotional Support -Class Concerns -Google Classroom Codes -DOE Student Account (nycstudents.net)

Social Worker - Grades 6-8

Mr. Botta

jbotta3@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1523

-Social Emotional Support -Mediation -Crisis Intervention Services -Counselling Services

         

THIRD

Assistant Principal - Grade 6

Ms. Meneses

cmeneses2@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 2071 / 2072

-Concerns regarding ELA and Social Studies teachers -Grade 6 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 6 students

SPEAK TO GRADE LEVEL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Assistant Principal - Grade 7

Ms. Malizia

lmalizia@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 3061

-Concerns regarding World Language and ENL teachers -Grade 7 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 7 students

Assistant Principal - Grade 8

Ms. Aulicino

jaulicino@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 3234

-Concerns regarding Math and Science teachers -Grade 8 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 8 students. -CAASS

 

Assistant Principal

Ms. Monahan

smonaha@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1061

-Concerns regarding Special Education, Talent, PE, Safety

         

After School Programs

 

CLUBS / ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Grade

Room

Day of week

Time

Start Date

End Date

Teacher

BEACON BY QCH

GRADES 6 - 8

Varies

Mon-Fri

2:30 - 5:30

     

ART CLUB

ALL

307

Wed

2:30 - 4:00

October 18

May 29

Wang

Gilkes

BADMINTON

GRADES 6 - 8

GYM

Tues./Wed.

2:30 - 3:30

October 17

December 21

Candela

BAKING CLUB

GRADES 6 - 8

323

Thursday

2:30 - 4:00

October 19

April 4

SUKRA

BOYS BASKETBALL

Tryout

GYM

Tues/Wed/Thurs

2:30 - 4:00

October 20

March 21

Gavilanes

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Tryout

GYM

   

Dec

June

Allen

BROADWAY JUNIOR (PLAY)

GRADES 6 - 8

AUD.

Tues./Thurs.

2:30 - 4:00

Pending

June 7, 2024

Baglione Dolan Noy

CASA Grant- Alley Pond Program

     

2:30 - 5:00

2/6, 2/13, 2/27

N/A

Botta

CALL TO ACTION

ALL

152

Friday

2:35 - 4:00

Oct.13

May 31, 2024

Ebony

Johnson

CHESS CLUB

ALL

143

Mondays

2:30 - 4:00

October 18

May 29

Ebony

DANCE CLUB

GRADES 6 - 8

305

Tuesday

2:30 - 3:30

Nov. 14

June 4

Acquisto

DEBATE CLUB

ALL

341/343

Wed

2:30 - 4:00

Oct. 25

May 29

Ebony

Johnson

FASHION/MODELING CLUB

GRADES 6 - 8

152

Thursday

2:30 - 4:00

November 2

December 21

Del Rio

FILM CLUB

ALL

240

Thursday

2:30 - 4:00

Nov. 2

April 18

AUSTIN

FINANCIAL LITERACY CLUB

GRADES 6 - 8

143

Tuesday

2:30 - 4:00

Oct. 17

Closed

DEL RIO

FLAG FOOTBALL

GRADES 6 - 8 Tryout required

Playground

See Below.

Sept. 26

Nov. 30

Botta

JUNIOR INVESTMENT CLUB

GRADES 6 - 8

331

Tuesday

2:30 - 4:00

October 17

May 30

Michalowicz

KNITTING

GRADES 6 - 8

318

Tuesday

2:25 - 3:25

November 14

 

Kurre

LEGOROBOTICS

Grade 6 - 8

ELL Student Only

317

Tuesday

2:30 - 4:00

October 17

April 16

Kim

Narain

LIBRARY TIME

Grade 6 - 8

ELL Student

LIBRARY

Tues./Wed./Thurs.

2:30 - 3:00

December 1

June 4

WRIGHT

LIFE SKILLS TRAINING

GRADE 6-8

152

Mon

2:25 - 4:00

October 16

December 18

Ebony

Goldstein

MAJORETTE CLUB

Grade 6 - 8

305

Wednesday

2:30 - 3:30

November 8

June 5

Acquisto

MATH TEAM

GRADE 6 - 8

330

Friday

2:30 - 4:00

October 20

May 20

Collins

Honors Orchestra

Grade 6 - 8

Library

Tuesday

3:00 - 4:00

January 2

May

WRIGHT

Beginner Orchestra

GRADE 6 - 8

Library

Thursday

3:00 - 4:00

January 2

May

WRIGHT

Ukulele Clubs

Guitar

Grade 6 - 8

Library

Wednesday

2:30 -3:15

3:15 - 4:00

January 2

May

WRIGHT

STRINGS CLUB

ALL

LIBRARY

Tues./Wed./Thurs.

3:00 - 4:00 2:30 - 4:00

January 2

June 5

WRIGHT

TITLE III (ELL Students)

Grade 6 - 8

ELL Student

342A

Wed. & Thurs.

2:30 - 4:00

October 11

May 2

Kim

Glenn

VOCAL COACHING

(HS AUDITIONS)

Grade 8 applying

for Performing Art

152

Wednesday

2:30 - 3:15

October 12

Dec

Alban

YOGA CLUB

GRADE 6 - 8

305

Thursday

2:30 - 4:00

Oct. 19

May 28

Michalowicz

Alley Pond Program

GRADE 6 - 8

201/202/204

Tuesday

2:30 - 5:00

2/6,13,27

Feb. 27

Botta Cochran Goldstein

AIS Grade 8 ELA

Grade 8

318

Wed

Session 1:2:20-3:05 Session 2:3:05-3:50

1/3/24

4/3/2024

Kurre

AIS Grade 7

Grade 7

301/323

Tuesday

Session 1:2:20-3:05 Session 2:3:05-3:50

1/2/24

4/3/2024

Glenn / Sukhra

AIS Grade 6 -

Grade 6

101/ 102

Wed

Session 1:2:20-3:05 Session 2:3:05-3:50

1/3/24

4/3/24

Ruffus / Buehre

Regents Prep

- Algebra I

Grade 8

101

Tues & Thurs

Session 1:2:20-3:05

Session 2:3:05-3:50

Jan 2 or Jan 4

May 4 / May 30

Buehre

Regents Prep

- French

Grade 8

340

Thursday

Session 1:2:20-3:05

Jan 4

June 13

Lanchart

Regents Prep

- Living Environment

Grade 8

304

Wednesday

Session 1:2:20-3:05

Session 2:3:05-3:50

2/7/24*

June 12

Ledesma

Regents Prep

- Spanish

Grade 8

201

Wednesday

Session 1:2:20-3:05

Jan3

June12

Cruz-Morante

Regents Prep

- US History

Grade 8

340

Tues

Session 1:2:20-3:05

Session 2:3:05-3:50

Jan 2

June 11

Lanchart

Regents Prep

- US History

Grade 8

341

Thurs

Session 1:2:20-3:05

Session 2:3:05-3:50

Jan 4

June 13

Johnson

               

 

 

 

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Weekly Update

JHS190 Update - May 9/ 2024

Archives - February 12, 2024 

 

Table of Contents

MP4 Parent Teacher Conference

May 16 @ 5-8 pm

Free Summer Programs 

NY Reads


PTA General Membership Meeting- 5/28

Adult Education - College Preparation Workshops

Multilingual and Immigrant Family Conference - 4/17 

For 8th graders - Gramercy Arts H.S.

2024 NYC Schools Survey

Complete your survey by April 19


QCH Beacon Program

  • QCH Beacon - Gymnastics and Self Defense
  • QCH Beacon -  Virtual Reality 

2024 Summer Rising Information Webinar

Middle School Arts Audition Boot Camp 2024 7th graders - Apply by 4/19

World of Discovery Day Camp of Queens 

 

School Policy

Device Support / Solicitud de dispositivo

Adult Education/ Job Training

  • English For Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
  • College prep
  • High School Equivalency 
  • Certified Professional Coder and Biller, and more


Dial-A- Teacher ( Homework Help)

Mom-Thurs bet. 4 PM and 7 PM

Mental Health Resources

School Calendar

    • May 2  D28 CEC Monthly Meeting 6:30 PM Register here to join
    • May 2 & May 3  All after school programs are canceled except for QCH Beacon Program
    • May 7 - May 8  NY State Math Exam
  • May 9 - Registration starts for MP4 PT Conference
    • May 15  SLT Meeting 7: 30 AM
    • May 15  Safety Meeting 9 AM
  • May 15  Family Learning Series Workshop - “Money & Technology” 7 PM  All families and students are invited! Spanish and Russian interpretations are available. 
  • May 16 - Canceled - ALL Sage Afterschool Programs
  • May 16 - MP4 Parent Teacher Conference 5 PM - 8 PM 
  • May 21 Band Outside Concert 4:30PM(Rain day- May 22)
  • May 23 Dance Showcase 4:30 PM
    • May 28  PTA/SLT Elections (During PTA monthly meeting)  7 PM 
  • May 28  PTA General Membership Meeting 7 PM 
  • May 29 Theater Showcase- 6 PM  Sage Broadway Jr. Presents “High School Musical” 
  • May 30 Senior Trip


2023-2024 School Year Calendar



MP4 Parent Teacher Conference - May 16 at 5-8 PM. 

PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE INFORMATION

Congratulations! We are now in the 4th marking period of the 2023-2024 school year. Parent Teacher conferences will be held virtually on Thursday, May 16, 2024, 5 PM - 8:00 PM. As you head into these important meetings, the JHS 190 Administration Team wants to remind you of a few tips that will help you make the best use of your time. We hope this is helpful. 

 

  1. Book your appointments: 

PTC signups will be done online via Teacher Reacher. Find Sign-Up Instructions here. 

Visit the website:  http//www.teacherreacher.com to register for parent-teacher appointments.  If you don’t have a Teacher-Reacher account,  set up your Parent Account as soon as possible. The registration for reserving conference times will begin on Thursday, May 9 at 7:00 am, and will conclude the day of the conference May 16.

 

  1. If a teacher has no available appointments, you may request a phone call.

 

  1. Each meeting slot is approximately 3-5 minutes. Set a goal of meeting with three of your child’s teachers. Be prepared - Write down your questions beforehand. 

 

  1. PTC Meetings will be conducted via Zoom.

The zoom link will be on Teacher Reacher.  Be on time - if you are late, you may miss your scheduled time slot. 

 

  1. Find the meeting link: 

As you schedule your appointments, they will appear on your appointment list. Next to each teacher’s name in the list is a “Click Here” link, under the heading Video Conference Link. Click that link the time of the conference for each teacher to join the video parent/teacher conference.

 

  1. Communicate with your child's teacher throughout the Marking Period! 

If your concerns cannot be addressed in that amount of time, consider meeting with the teacher during parent outreach. Each teacher is available for 55 minutes of parent outreach each week. This time varies per teacher so please contact your child’s teacher to set up a separate meeting or a scheduled call. To contact teachers / staff, please find the staff email address on our website: https://www.russellsagems.org/directory/faculty 

 

  1. Your child should be present with you - include them in the discussions with their teachers. 

 

  1. If your child has an IEP and is in an Integrated Co-Teaching class, you might find it beneficial to meet with the subject area Special Education teacher.

 

  1. If you need a translator, please schedule a meeting during teachers' office hours and request an interpreter for you. 

 

 

Free Summer Camp

 

Login Home (site.com)will be having summer camp. I have attached the summer camp flyer to this email, and below is the registration information for the camp. 

Registration Steps for Boys and Girls Club; Middle School 

  1. My Club Hub Parent Portal: Please use this link to register or update your children's membership for this new school year.
    1. Upload an updated medical to your profile for each child registered under your household.
  2. DYCD Connect: Please use this link to register or update your children's afterschool participant information for DOE.
    1. This confirms enrollment for the Summer program in Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens for 6-8th graders
                                                                                          i.Step 1: Create an account (If you don't have one)
                                                                                        ii.Step 2: Add to List "School’s Out New York City (SONYC): South Queens Boys and Girls Club Inc"(the 5th option)
                                                                                      iii.Step 3: Complete Application  
    2. Attend one of our Mandatory Parent Orientations. Mr. Rilwan Alaka can provide more information.
  3. All steps NEED to be completed to reserve a seat in our program for your child/ren.
    The orientation will inform you about everything our summer program will deliver to your children from July 1st,  2024 - August 16th, 2024.
    We will have computers on site and staff to assist you if you have any trouble completing your enrollment.
    Please use the links provided to secure enrollment for Boys and Girls after-school Programming at the clubhouse.

 Summer Rising information 

Visit NYCPS Website: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/summer/summer-rising 

 

Fresh Air fund Free Summer Programs

The Fresh Air Fund is a not-for-profit youth development organization, that has provided FREE, SAFE & FUN summer experiences to more than 1.8 million children from New York City’s underserved communities since 1877.

Eligibility Criteria ❑ Must live in and go to school in one of the 5 boroughs ❑ Must be between 8 and 18 years of age (by July 1, 2024) ❑ Family must meet USDA income eligibility requirement ❑ FAF Medical form signed, stamped and dated 5/1/2023 or later ❑ Copy of the immunization record ❑ Health Insurance Card (front & back) 

INFORMATION SESSIONS

Join us to learn more about The Fresh Air Fund’s programs!

April – NOTE: Date moved to Tuesday!

  • Tuesday 4/16/24 – 5:30-6:30pm: Information Session (English) – RSVP Here 
  • Martes, 16 de abril del 2024 – 5:30-6:30pm: Sesión de Información en Español –  ENLACE
  • 星期二 2024年4月16日 – 晚上 5:30 – 6:30: 中文信息分享会 – 链接

May: NOTE: Date moved to Tuesday!

  • Tuesday 5/15/24 – 5:30-6:30pm: Information Session (English) – RSVP Here
  • Martes 14 de mayo del 2024 – 5:30-6:30pm: Sesión de Información en Español –  ENLACE
  • 星期二 2024年5月14日 – 晚上 5:30 – 6:30: 中文信息分享会 – 链接

Queens: Forte Preparatory Academy – Appointment strongly preferred, call 1-800–367-0003  

  • Address: 51-35 Reeder St, 2nd Floor, Elmhurst, NY 11373 
  • Dates & Time: Thursdays 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 
  • Time: 2pm-5pm 

Friendly Towns offers New York City youth unique opportunities to visit volunteer host families who live in rural, suburban, and smalltown communities along the east coast. Youth have unique outdoor experiences and build friendships. 

Sleepaway Camp Program ▪ 2 Properties: 6 camps in total ▪ 5 camps located in Fishkill, NY on Sharpe Reservation (approx. 2 hours from NYC) situated on over 2,000 acres ▪ 1 camp- Camp Junior in Harriman State Park (45 min from The Bronx) ▪ Accredited by the American Camp Association ▪ Regulated by the New York State

Stanford University Summer Mentorship Program 2024 for students in grades 6-12 is now open.

Qualia Global Scholars is a selective, four-week, online academic enrichment summer program organized by Stanford University undergraduate and graduate students for talented pre-college students with diverse interests and backgrounds from around the world.

Click on this link to apply

Summer Opportunities for IEP Students 

 

The Beyond Access Series (separate from the staffing-facing Beyond Access Forum) is an online initiative to support families by covering special education topics and fostering a community of assistance, connecting families to a broader circle of special education experts. Sessions will be held via Zoom from 7:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. on April 15, May 6, 13 and 22; please periodically review the Beyond Access Series webpage for additional sessions that will be added through June. Currently scheduled events include:

 

 

Queens Dance Summer Pathways for 7th graders

Visit Queens Dance Summer Pathways. A 4-week program in ballet, jazz, and modern dance that meets Monday - Thursday from 9:00am - 12:30pm at Cardozo High School. Busing available. 

Deadline for student registration is Friday, May 17.

Family Events 

NYC READS Big Book Party in Queens - Free Books For All!

RSVP : Event Registration Form: 2024 FACE Big Book Party (office.com)

Game Jame 

RSVP at Quest To Learn Prospective Student Game Jam Tickets, Sat, May 18, 2024 at 10:30 AM | Eventbrite

Learn about Quest to Learn Middle School and play your favorite games! Open to NYC Students and their Parents currently in grades 4-7!

PTA/SLT Elections

NOTICE OF ELECTIONS FOR PTA EXECUTIVE BOARD AND SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM
Elections will be on Tuesday, May 28, 2024

The Parent Teacher Association Executive Board is an elected group of parents and guardians who handle the financial affairs and management of our PTA and who represent our and our children’s interests. We strongly encourage all parents and guardians to be involved and to run for an elected position, either on the Executive Board or on the School Leadership Team (SLT). You can nominate yourself or someone else for a position. Our goal is to elect a diverse group of parents that truly reflects our school community.

Whether or not you run for office, it is very important that you vote. Voting will be done electronically via Zoom, and eligibility will be verified in accordance with DOE regulations. Voting by proxy is not permitted per Chancellor's Regulations A660 Section D7b.

We are seeking nominations for the following positions:


  • ●  PTA President/Co-President
  • ●  PTA Vice President/Co-Vice President
  • ●  PTA Treasurer/Co-Treasurer
  • ●  PTA Recording/Co-Secretary
  • ●  PTA Communications Secretary
  • ●  Parent SLT Representatives (2)

Any parent, legal guardian, or person in a parental relationship to a child attending Russell Sage JHS 190 is eligible to run for office, except employees of the school. Vendors for the PTA may have a conflict of interest and may not be able to run.

  • Nominations will be accepted until 11:59 pm on May 24th, 2024.. If there are no nominations for a position by then, nominations will be taken from the floor at the PTA General Meeting on May 28, 2024, at 7:00 pm.
  • If any position is contested, the election for that position will take place on May 28, 2024 electronically. Any uncontested positions may be confirmed by a voice vote during the virtual PTA meeting on May 28, 2024.
  • Please submit nominations a https://forms.gle/VgvMUPi3gyHJTcuv8  or email secretarypta190@gmail.com
    Those nominated individually may also choose to run as a team of Co-Officers. Co-Officers must run and be elected together. PA Executive Board positions are one-year (2024-2025) and two School Leadership Team (SLT) positions are for two years (2024-2026).
    PTA Executive Board Members are expected to attend all PTA Executive Board and General Meetings. Both meetings are held once a month. Meetings are currently being held online. This year, General meetings were held on the fourth Tuesday at 7pm, however, the incoming board will determine a suitable time. The PTA is governed by the Chancellor’s Regulations (A-660) which can be found on the NYCDOE website, schools.nyc.gov, and the PTA’s own bylaws. 

The School Leadership Team (SLT) is a group of parents, teachers, and administrators responsible for setting the educational direction of a school. The SLT’s core responsibility is to develop the school’s Comprehensive Educational Plan (CEP). Each team member must contribute at least 30 hours from September to June by attending two hours of mandated training, attending monthly SLT meetings, participating in team activities, analyzing data, reading documents, and participating in the monthly agenda. The team meets as a group at least two hours a month at a regularly scheduled time. The SLT Meetings take place every 3rd Wednesday at 7:30 AM from September through June. 

Contact the PTA Executive Board for any questions at secretaryPTA190@gmail.com.

Nomination form: https://forms.gle/vii37MRBVdKxXmFy5

PTA General Membership Meeting - May 28

PTA Monthly Meeting is scheduled for May 28, 2024 at 7 PM. 

Register here to join. You will receive a link and a verification code for the PTA/SLT Elections held during the meeting. 

 

Date: May 28, 2024

Time: 7 PM

Location: Zoom 

***  Spanish Interpretation service will be available. 

 

Family Workshop

Sage Family Learning Series

JHS 190 & SSG Presents- “Money & Technology” 7 PM  

Date & Time : May 15, 2024 07:00 PM  in  Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Understand the intersection of money and technology, including digital payment methods, online banking, budgeting apps, and the impact of technology on personal finance.

Register to receive a link: 

https://bit.ly/MNTSSGJHS190

 

**Spanish and Russian Interpretations are available. 

**Hay interpretaciones disponibles en español y ruso.

**Доступны испанский и русский переводы. 

 

How Parents and Families Can Effectively Engage in Work-based Learning Experiences (WBLEs)

This session will assist families in recognizing quality, compliant Work-Based Learning programs to meet the needs of students. We will provide suggestions and practical strategies for effective, meaningful engagement in Work-Based Learning experiences to assist with increasing positive post-school employment outcomes.

Tuesday May 14, 2024 | 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | Virtual | English

Register Online:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3IWpJw1iRauK9pIOt0e2Tg

The Queens School Age Family and Community Engagement Center (SA FACE Center) and The Queens Regional Partnership Center (QRPC) support schools and educational organizations such as yours to build capacity and to develop sustainable practices that leverage family engagement and professional development opportunities to improve student outcomes.  The SA FACE Center also builds capacity for families to engage with schools to improve outcomes for their children. 

 

Adult Education - College Preparation Workshops 

The SUNY Queens EOC is facilitating 3 FREE College Preparation Day/Evening Online Workshops that is open to all:

  • Workshop 1 :                Going to College: Where Do I Start?   

Date:                          Wednesday, April 24, 2024 

           Time:                         12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM / 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

           Zoom Link:              https://www.queenseoc.net/cci-workshops/

 

  • Workshop 2 :                 How to Access and Complete the College Application?   

Date:                           Wednesday, May 1, 2024 

Time:                          12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM / 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM 

           Zoom Link:               https://www.queenseoc.net/cci-workshops/

 

  1. Workshop 2 :                 Completing the Federal/State Financial Aid Applications

            Date:                           Wednesday, May 8, 2024 

  1.                     Time: 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM / 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM 

            Zoom Link:               https://www.queenseoc.net/cci-workshops/

These workshops are offered both day & evening through the SUNY Queens EOC College Connections Initiative and are intended to encourage post-secondary awareness and enrollment into college/university

Multilingual and Immigrant Family Conference - 4/17

Register here to attend. 

The Division of Multilingual Learners is hosting a Multilingual and Immigrant Family Conference, on Wednesday, April 17, 2024, from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Intrepid Museum. The conference will celebrate multilingualism and families will have the opportunity to engage in different workshops that will cover translation and interpretation services, college readiness, and mental health, among other topics.

 

For 8th graders - Gramercy Arts H.S.

We are delighted that high school waitlists are now opened to make sure that students find their best fit high schools!

As we do expect to accept more students to our class of 2028, I have attached an informational flyer, and linked below a brief informational video about our school. Should a student want to be considered for enrollment to Gramercy Arts H.S., they should be added to our waitlist and we will happily schedule a conversation within one week.

If at any point, your students or families would like to know more about Gramercy Arts. H.S., they should reach out to myself or our Grade 9 Counselor, Angelique Gregg at AGreggs2@schools.nyc.gov.

Gramercy Arts H.S. Overview Video

Gramercy Art H.S. Informational Video

Sincerely,

Brian

Brian Faughnan

Assistant Principal

Gramercy Arts H.S.

 

 

NYC Schools Survey

Dear Sage Owl Families,

 

Every year, the NYC Department of Education asks all Staff, Families, and Students in grades K-12 to complete the NYC school survey. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what you and other members of your school community think about your school. The information collected by the survey is designed to support a dialogue among all members of your school community about how to make your school a better place to learn. Your answers to this survey are confidential. You can skip any question you are not comfortable answering or that may not apply to your child. Your responses will be combined with those of other parents at your child’s school to provide information and help improve the learning environment. 

 

There are two ways you can complete the parent survey: 



Electronically

 

You can complete the survey electronically. Go to NYCSchoolSurvey.org, click on the green “Take the 2024 NYC School Survey” link, and enter your family access code  - “f” followed by your child’s 9 digit Student ID (OSIS) number. Note that “f” must be lowercase. Example: f123456789 - OSIS numbers can be found on your NYC Schools Account.  

 

Paper Base:

You also have the option to complete the survey on paper. Classroom teachers will distribute paper surveys. Please complete the survey using a pen and seal the envelope. We are asking students to return the green envelope to their classroom teachers.

 

PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN THE SURVEY to school ASAP

 

* To take the survey in another language, please go to NYCSchoolSurvey.org and enter your unique access code OR complete the survey form sent home in the home language. 

 

If you have any questions or concerns about the survey or its administration, please email Mrs. Obata - sobata@schools.nyc.gov or Mrs. Aulicino jaulicino@schools.nyc.gov 

 

Respectfully,

Russell Sage Administration Team



QCH Beacon Program

QCH Beacon @ JHS 190Q - Gymnastics and Self Defense

Beacon 190 is pleased to announce we will be offering free Gymnastics and Self-Defense lessons to all 6th-8th grade students!

Gymnastics will be running on Mondays from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Gymnastics is available for students in 6th-8th grade.

Self-Defense will be running on Wednesdays from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Self-Defense is available for students in 6th-8th grade.

If you are interested in registering your child for Gymnastics or Self-Defense, please click on the link below and fill out the registration form:

QCH Beacon @ JHS 190Q Activity Registration Form - Gymnastics and Self Defense

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Beacon Program at beacon190@qchnyc.org, or (347) 556-7946.

 

¡Beacon 190 se complace en anunciar que ofreceremos lecciones gratuitas de gimnasia y defensa personal a todos los estudiantes de 6th a 8th grado!

 

La gimnasia se realizará los lunes de 3:30pm a 5:00pm. La gimnasia está disponible para estudiantes de 6 a 8 grado.

 

Defensa personal se llevará a cabo los miércoles de 3:30 p.m. a 5:00 p.m. Autodefensa está disponible para estudiantes de 6 a 8 grado.

 

Si está interesado en registrar a su hijo en Gimnasia o Defensa Personal, haga clic en el enlace a continuación y complete el formulario de registro

 

QCH Beacon at the Forest Hills Community Center Virtual Reality 

Beacon 190 is pleased to announce we will be offering Virtual Reality sessions to all students in 5th-8th grade starting this Saturday!

 

When: Every Saturday starting March 16, 2024

Time: 12pm-2pm

Location: Forest Hills Community Center 

108-25 62nd Dr, Forest Hills, NY 11375

 

If you are interested in registering your child for Virtual Reality, please click on the link below and fill out the registration form:

 

QCH Beacon at the Forest Hills Community Center Virtual Reality Registration Form - 2024

 

¡Beacon 190 se complace en anunciar que ofreceremos lecciones gratuitas de gimnasia y defensa personal a todos los estudiantes de 6th a 8th grado!

 

La gimnasia se realizará los lunes de 3:30pm a 5:00pm. La gimnasia está disponible para estudiantes de 6 a 8 grado.

 

Defensa personal se llevará a cabo los miércoles de 3:30 p.m. a 5:00 p.m. Autodefensa está disponible para estudiantes de 6 a 8 grado.

 

Si está interesado en registrar a su hijo en Gimnasia o Defensa Personal, haga clic en el enlace a continuación y complete el formulario de registro:

 

 

 

World of Discovery Day Camp of Queens 

Visit https://www.worldofdiscovery.org/ to find out more. 



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 School Policy 

STUDENT PHONE POLICY & GUIDELINES 

 

Watch our Video - How to use Yondr Pouch! ***Click three dots to view translations.

 

Phones are not to be used during school. Every student is assigned a personal Yondr Pouch. While the Yondr Pouch is considered school property, it is each student’s responsibility to bring their Pouch with them to school every day and keep it in good working condition. 

 

DAILY PROCESS

 

As students Arrive to School, they will: 

  1. Turn their phone off.
  2. Place their phone inside their Pouch and secure it in front of school staff.
  3. Store their Pouch in their backpack for the day.

 

At the end of the day, students will open their Pouch at their exit, remove their phone and put their Pouch in their backpack. Students must bring their Pouch to school with them each day.  

 

*Students arriving late or leaving early will pouch/unpouch their phones in the Main Office

 

VIOLATIONS

 

Pouch Damage / Lost Pouch / Using Phone During School 

  • If a student damages their Pouch or is caught on their phone, Administration will collect the phone/Pouch and give it back at dismissal. 
  • If a student damages the pouch, they must pay $30 for the replacement fee to get a new pouch. 

Examples of damage:

 
  • Deep scratches on the globe and on the green ring around it 
  • Intentional pen marks on the inside of the Pouch
  • Bent pins
  • Pin and button not fully recessing, due to pin damage

Forgotten Pouch

If a student forgets their Pouch, their phone will be collected during morning entry in the Auditorium.The phone will be returned to the student at dismissal. 

 

If a student consistently forgets their Pouch, it is considered Lost. Refer to the Lost Pouch policy above.

 

  • Absent Note: If your child is absent, please send a signed note to your child’s 2nd-period subject teachers when students return to school or email teachers. Staff Email addresses are posted on our website ( Go to “About” and “ Staff directory”) at https://www.russellsagems.org/directory/faculty.

 

 Device Support

 

If your child needs any assistance with their home device, please complete this form: Device request 

Once the form is submitted,  Ms. Arrata will distribute the device to students. If students have questions or return their device, they can see Ms. Obata or Ms. Arrata in room 105 during period 2 on Tuesdays or Thursdays.

If your child’s school device is broken /needs repair, students should see Mr. Sweeney in Room 245 on Wednesdays or Thursdays. 

It is important to note that this device is intended for home use only. We do not expect students to bring these devices to school, as all classrooms have computer access. 

 To learn more about the school device, please visit the DOE Website: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/digital-learning/ipads-and-laptops/your-doe-loaned-ipad-or-laptop.

Contact Mrs. Obata at sobata@schools.nyc.gov for any questions. 

Solicitud de dispositivo 

Si su hijo requiere cualquier asistencia con el dispositivo, por favor complete este formulario  

Una vez que el formulario este enviado, Ms Arrata va a distribuir el dispositivo a los alumnos. Si los estudiantes tienen una pregunta o tienen que devolver su dispositivo puden ir a ver a Ms Obata o Ms Arrata en el aula 105 durante la segunda hora de clase, Los Martes o Jueves. 

Es Importante que los dispositivos sean usados SOLAMENTE en casa. No esperamos que los estudiantes traigan los dispositivos a la escuela. En toda las aulas se les dara acseso a computaroras.  

Para aprender mas sobre los dispositovos escolares del Departamento De Educacion, visite la paguina:  https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/digital-learning/ipads-and-laptops/your-doe-loaned-ipad-or-laptop.

Padres pueden contactar a Mrs. Obata at sobata@schools.nyc.gov or Ms. Arrata harratagranizo@schools.nyc.gov para cualquier pregunta.




Adult Education - English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 

Find how to apply: https://www.queenseoc.net/1900-2/ 

 



 

Click here to find more information

 

 More opportunities - Visit https://www.queenseoc.net/ to find out more information

Upcoming Queens EOC TUITION-FREE academic preparation and career training programs 

 

 

 

Dial-A-Teacher (Homework help)

FREE HELP WITH HOMEWORK! 

 

PARENTS! Get help working with your child. 

STUDENTS! Call 1-212-777-3380  and get help in: Reading ☎ Math ☎ Writing ☎ Science 

Website: https://dialateacher.org/

  • Languages spoken: Armenian, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian-Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Tagalog
  • Subjects available: English, math, science and social studies

 

Call on MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY 4:00-7:00 pm 

A teacher will answer, ready to help.

 

¡AYUDA PARA HACER LOS DEBERES SIN NINGÚN COSTO! ¡PADRES! Obtengán ayuda con los deberes de sus hijos. ¡ESTUDIANTES! Llamen y reciban ayuda en: lectura ☎ matemáticas ☎ redacción ☎ ciencias Le ayudamos también en italiano, chino, francés, creole, griego, hebreo, ruso y coreano Llamen los LUNES, MARTES, MIÉRCOLES Y JUEVES de 4:00 a 7:00 de la tarde. Un maestro contestará para ayudarlo

 

 

Mental Health Resources

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Help break the stigma!

  •  School Mental Health Services

https://mentalhealthforall.nyc.gov/services/school-mental-health-services

 

School Mental Health Services | Services | Mental Health for All

Mental health resources at NYCDOE schools to meet the emotional health and academic needs of your child.

mentalhealthforall.nyc.gov

  • NYC Well

https://nycwell.cityofnewyork.us/en/

  • Texting Service   — Text WELL to 65173

  • Chat with a Counselor Now - If you need support and prefer to chat,  NYC Well Chat is here 24/7/365.

  • 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355)
  • NY State Mental Health Resources

 

https://omh.ny.gov/

  • Crisis text line:Text "Got5" to 741-741

 



2023-2024 Orientation

The 2023-2024 orientation for incoming families is scheduled for September 5th in person. 

  • In-Person Session 9 AM - Registration required

Contact Parent Coordinator, Mrs. Obata at sobata@schools.nyc.gov if you have not received the details. 

Find the presentation slide here. 

  

Sage After School Programs

CLUBS / ACADEMIC SUPPORT Grade Room Day of week Time Start Date End Date Teacher
BEACON BY QCH GRADES 6 - 8 Varies Mon-Fri 2:30 - 5:30      
ART CLUB ALL 307 Wed 2:30 - 4:00 October 18 May 29 Wang
Gilks
BADMINTON GRADES 6 - 8 GYM Tues./Wed. 2:30 - 3:30 October 17 December 21 Candela
BAKING CLUB GRADES 6 - 8 323 Thursday 2:30 - 4:00 October 19 April 4 SUKRA
BOYS BASKETBALL Tryout GYM Tues/Wed/Thurs 2:30 - 4:00 October 20 March 21 Gavilanes
GIRLS BASKETBALL Tryout GYM     Dec June Allen
BROADWAY JUNIOR (PLAY) GRADES 6 - 8 AUD. Tues./Thurs. 2:30 - 4:00 Pending June 7, 2024 Baglione Dolan Noy
CASA Grant- Alley Pond Program     Tues 2:30 - 5:00 2/6, 2/13, 2/27 N/A Botta
CALL TO ACTION ALL 152 Friday 2:35 - 4:00 Oct.13 May 31, 2024 Ebony
Johnson
CHESS CLUB ALL 143 Wednesday 2:30 - 4:00 October 18 May 29 Del Rio
DANCE CLUB GRADES 6 - 8 305 Tuesday 2:30 - 3:30 Nov. 14 June 4 Acquisto
DEBATE CLUB ALL 341/343 Wed 2:30 - 4:00 Oct. 25 May 29 Ebony
Johnson
FASHION/MODELING CLUB GRADES 6 - 8 152 Thursday 2:30 - 4:00 November 2 December 21 Del Rio
FILM CLUB ALL 240 Thursday 2:30 - 4:00 Nov. 2 April 18 AUSTIN
FINANCIAL LITERACY CLUB GRADES 6 - 8 143 Tuesday 2:30 - 4:00 Oct. 17 May 28 DEL RIO
FLAG FOOTBALL GRADES 6 - 8 Tryout required Playground See Below. Sept. 26 Nov. 30 Botta
JUNIOR INVESTMENT CLUB GRADES 6 - 8 331 Tuesday 2:30 - 4:00 October 17 May 30 Michalowicz
KNITTING GRADES 6 - 8 318 Tuesday 2:25 - 3:25 November 14   Kurre
LEGOROBOTICS Grade 6 - 8
ELL Student Only
317 Tuesday 2:30 - 4:00 October 17 April 16 Kim
Narain
LIBRARY TIME Grade 6 - 8
ELL Student
LIBRARY Tues./Wed./Thurs. 2:30 - 3:00 December 1 June 4 WRIGHT
LIFE SKILLS TRAINING GRADE 6-8 152 Mon 2:25 - 4:00 October 16 December 18 Ebony
Goldstein
MAJORETTE CLUB Grade 6 - 8 305 Wednesday 2:30 - 3:30 November 8 June 5 Acquisto
MATH TEAM GRADE 6 - 8 330 Friday 2:30 - 4:00 October 20 May 20 Collins
Honors Orchestra Grade 6 - 8 Library Tuesday 3:00 - 4:00 January 2 May WRIGHT
Beginner Orchestra GRADE 6 - 8 Library Thursday 3:00 - 4:00 January 2 May WRIGHT
Ukulele Clubs
Guitar
Grade 6 - 8 Library Wednesday 2:30 -3:15
3:15 - 4:00
January 2 May WRIGHT
STRINGS CLUB ALL LIBRARY Tues./Wed./Thurs. 3:00 - 4:00 2:30 - 4:00 January 2 June 5 WRIGHT
TITLE III (ELL Students) Grade 6 - 8
ELL Student
342A Wed. & Thurs. 2:30 - 4:00 October 11 May 2 Kim
Glenn
VOCAL COACHING
(HS AUDITIONS)
Grade 8 applying
for Performing Art
152 Wednesday 2:30 - 3:15 October 12 Dec Alban
YOGA CLUB GRADE 6 - 8 305 Thursday 2:30 - 4:00 Oct. 19 May 28 Michalowicz
Alley Pond Program GRADE 6 - 8 201/202/204 Tuesday 2:30 - 5:00 2/6,13,27 Feb. 27 Botta Cochran Goldstein
AIS Grade 8 ELA Grade 8 318 Wed Session 1:2:20-3:05 Session 2:3:05-3:50 1/3/24 4/3/2024 Kurre
AIS Grade 7 Grade 7 301/323 Tuesday Session 1:2:20-3:05 Session 2:3:05-3:50 1/2/24 4/3/2024 Glenn / Sukhra
AIS Grade 6 - Grade 6 101/ 102 Wed Session 1:2:20-3:05 Session 2:3:05-3:50 1/3/24 4/3/24 Ruffus / Buehre
Regents Prep
- Algebra I
Grade 8 101 Tues & Thurs Session 1:2:20-3:05
Session 2:3:05-3:50
Jan 2 or Jan 4 May 4 / May 30 Buehre
Regents Prep
- French
Grade 8 340 Thursday Session 1:2:20-3:05 Jan 4 June 13 Lanchart
Regents Prep
- Living Environment
Grade 8 304 Wednesday Session 1:2:20-3:05
Session 2:3:05-3:50
2/7/24* June 12 Ledesma
Regents Prep
- Spanish
Grade 8 201 Wednesday Session 1:2:20-3:05 Jan3 June12 Cruz-Morante
Regents Prep
- US History
Grade 8 340 Tues Session 1:2:20-3:05
Session 2:3:05-3:50
Jan 2 June 11 Lanchart
Regents Prep
- US History
Grade 8 341 Thurs Session 1:2:20-3:05
Session 2:3:05-3:50
Jan 4 June 13 Johnson

PTA Announcements

  • PTA General Membership Meeting

    Please join us for the next  PTA General Membership Meeting on Tuesday,  May 28th  at 7 PM.

    Join Zoom Meeting:  Linkt to be sent by the school

     If you have any questions, contact PTA Executive Board at secretaryPTA190@gmail.com

     

    PTA Executive Board
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Guidance Announcements

  • School Counselors & Social Worker

    Counseling & Social Worker Corner
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CBS segment with John Elliott -JHS 190 woodworking class!

Reach Out

Shoko Obata, Parent Coordinator

sobata@schools.nyc.gov

ADMINISTRATION

John Greggo, Principal

jgreggo@schools.nyc.gov

Josephine Aulicino, Assistant Principal

jaulicino@schools.nyc.gov

Caroline Meneses, Assistant Principal

cmeneses2@schools.nyc.gov

Susan Monahan, Assistant Principal 

smonaha@schools.nyc.gov

Lakendra Malizia, Assistant Principal

lmalizia@schools.nyc.gov