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  • JHS190 Update July 20, 2022

    JHS190 update - July 20, 2022 - Find original document here

    • Gym Uniform- Online Store opens for the 2022-23 school year . (Will be posted this week) 
    • Summer Sports Experience hosted by Queens Recreation.

     

    September School Calendar

    • September 1st - Virtual Orientation at 6 PM Register here 
    • September 8 - First day of school 
    • September 16 - Parent Workshop at 10 AM -  Learn how to support your child in the new school year!  Registration to follow. 
    • September 21- PTA/ SLT Election  at 7 PM ***Submit registration to attend. All nominations are taken from the floor. 
    • September 22 - Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences
    • September 26  & 27 -Rosh Hashanah, schools closed

    Info Session for Adult Classes by SUNY Queens EOC

     

    ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) CLASSES

    DATE:Tues. July 19th, 2022 

    Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM



    Date: Weds, July 20th, 2022

    Time: 6:00PM - 7:00PM

     

    INFO SESSION LINK:

    https://www.queenseoc.net/program-info-sessions

     

    VIRTUAL INFO SESSIONS FOR: GED PREP CLASSES

    Date: Thurs. July 21st, 2022 Mon. July 25th, 2022

    Time: 6:00PM - 7:00PM

    VIRTUAL INFO SESSIONS FOR

    GED ( General Education Development )

    - High School Equivalency PREP CLASSES

    Date: Thurs. July 21st, 2022 

    Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM



    Mon. July 25th, 2022

    Time: 6:00PM - 7:00PM

    Info Session LINK:

     https://www.queenseoc.net/program-info-sessions/ 

     

    JHS190 Virtual Orientation - September 1st

     You are invited to a Zoom Orientation meeting. 

    When: Sep 1, 2022 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

    Register in advance for this meeting:

    https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcldO-pqzoiH9Z-2U52K0-Hf0FG0C_pxo-4 

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    Spanish interpretations available. To request interpretation service for your language, contact Mrs. Obata. 

    UA Summer Voucher for JHS190 Students - Free Admissions 

    The UA voucher has been sent to JHS190 Families to visit the following  8 Urban Advantage partner Institutions:

    • American Museum of Natural History: AMNH Central Reservations at (212) 769-5200 
    • New York Botanical Garden: present your UA "Student +3" voucher (either paper or digital copy) to a visitor services representative at a ticket booth 
    • Queens Botanical Garden: Voucher is for general admission. Present it at the front gate. 
    • Staten Island Zoo : Online reservations will also be required for admission. 

    To find more information, open the following link: UA Voucher Instruction 

    ALL FREE for Russell Sage Families! Some of the admission tickets come with the special exhibition tickets!  Enjoy! 

     

    School Supply List 

     2022 - 2023 School Year

    General Supplies 

    (Each teacher will provide students with a list of supplies needed for their class in September.)

     

    • Loose leaf binder, lined loose leaf paper, dividers
    • Pens (blue or black) and #2 pencils with erasers
    • Book bag or backpack. Bags with wheels are not permitted as they pose a safety issue.
    • All 6th and 7th grade students will need scientific calculators. We recommend purchasing a Texas Instrument TI-30X IIS Scientific Calculator. This model is generally used in the classrooms.

    All 8th grade students will be taking the Algebra I curriculum.  We recommend purchasing a Texas Instrument TI-84 Graphing Calculator. Students will use graphing calculators for their

    • Algebra I Regents and scientific calculators for the Living Environment Regents exam in June. (They will also use these calculators throughout High School)
    • Gym uniforms (T-shirt & shorts) are mandatory and are available for purchase online. Visit the JHS190 online store  to purchase uniforms. ( Link to follow) 
    • All students are required to have a book for independent reading in their book bags throughout the year.

    Do Not Bring To School:

    Book Bags with wheels, White-out, Liquid Glue, Permanent Markers, Compass. Regular Scissors. 

     

    Free Debate Camp offered by American Debate League 

    Full scholarships are offered to all of our students to attend the summer virtual debate camp. The code to use on the website is "ADLSCHOLARS". This code will make the camp completely free.

    To find out more, contact at americandebateleague@gmail.com 

     Register at americandebateleague.org 

     

    Summer Reading List

    Studies show that students who do not read over the summer lose valuable ELA skills gained during the previous school year. Reading improves reading and writing skills and builds vocabulary, and also can be lots of fun.

     

    Watch this video for info about Summer Slide: https://youtu.be/KIyk-uq1ogI

     

    The school’s reading log sheet can be printed and used at home to track reading, or can be tracked online using Sora (https://soraapp.com) . Students will be asked to submit the reading log (paper or electronically via Pupilpath or Email) in September to show evidence of reading over the summer, in order to get a surprise.  Deadline: the last school day in September.

    Recommended reading lists for each grade can be found by following the links at the bottom of the message.  All titles are available in e-book format, as well as in print.

    Also, please consider taking part in Queens Library's Summer Reading program. For more information, follow this link: www.summerreading.org

    Recommended Reading

    Reading Log – Printable:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lBDlZRGISkGALYGzestnLQGunZ7f8ko-/view?usp=sharing

     

    Summer Sports Experience

    If you have any questions please contact Queens Recreation at 718-393-7370 or email wilson.tenorio@parks.nyc.gov who is the Queens Borough Sports Coordinator. See the original update to find dates and locations. 

    JHS190Q
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  • June Newsletter

    Open the original June newsletter here

    Principal’s Address

    Dear Sage Owls,

    We started this school year  with such trepidation!  As the school year progressed and with the systems we had in place to welcome students back into the building we’ve had an AMAZING school year!  Please take a moment to review all the newsletters from this year!  Of course none of it could have happened without our heroic Sage staff!  Thank you assistant principals, teachers, guidance counselors, paraprofessionals, school aides, cafeteria staff, custodial staff and school safety agents! 

    There is so much to celebrate over the 2021-2022 school year!  From starting the year painting a mural in our school yard to marching in the Forest Hills Memorial Day parade, our Sage students persevered and now shine even brighter!  Thank you Sage Owls for a year none of us will ever forget!

    To our rising 6th and 7th graders we’ll see you in September!  To our graduating 8th graders…Congratulations!

    Have a stupendous summer everyone!

    Sincerely,

    John Greggo

    School/Community Calendar 

    • June 2 -  D28 CEC Meeting at 6:30 pm 
    • June 2 -  Matilda presented by JHS190 Broadway Jr. 7 PM
    • June 1st - Regents Exam - US History *** Canceled ***
    • June 6 - NJHS / Award Ceremony for Grade 8 
    • June 7 - Students do not attend - Clerical day 
    • June 7 - Senior Prom 4-8 PM 
    • June 8 - NJHS for 6th & 7th grade 
    • June 8 - SLT Meeting  4PM Join the zoom meeting *** https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82617650053?pwd=aVB2ZGxtemllYmZuR0NNaFZ1S09Qdz09Meeting ID: 826 1765 0053Passcode: 491349
    • June 9 - Anniversary Day : Students do not attend
    • June 14 - PTA Executive board meeting 9:30 AM
    • June 14 - 8th Grade Graduation 7-9 PM  - St. John’s University
    • June 15 - Regents Exam : Living Environment 
    • June 16 - Regents Exam : Algebra I 
    • June  15 - School Safety Meeting
    • June 20 - School Closed 
    • June 21 - Regents exam : World Language Proficiency
    • June 21  - PTA General Membership Meeting  
    • June 22  - Field Day for 8th graders
    •  June 27 - Last day of school / Final Report Cards distributed
    • June 29 -  Orientation for incoming families. 9 AM & 6 PM 
    • July 5  -   First day of Summer Rising 
    • August - Last day of Summer Rising 
    • September - First day of school

    ***The 2022–23 DOE school year calendar is now available! 

    Visit DOE Website https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/news/2022-2023-school-year-calendar/

     

    June  2022

     

    Sun

    Mon

    Tue

    Wed

    Thu

    Fri

    Sat

         

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    2 

    D28 CEC Meeting 6:30 PM 

    3 

    4 

    5 

    6 

    NJHS/Award Ceremony

    Grade 8

    7 

    -Clerical Day

    Students do not attend

    -Senior Prom

    8 

    NJHS Ceremony Grade 6&7


    SLT Meeting 7:45 am

    9 

    Anniversary Day- Students do not attend

    10 

    11 

    12 

    13 

    14 

    -PTA exec. Board meeting 9:30 AM

    -Parent Workshop “Goal Setting”

    6PM  

    8th Grade Graduation 7-9 PM

    15 

    Living Environment Regents Exam (G8)

    16 

    Algebra I Regents Exam(G8)

    17 

    18 

    19 

    20 

    Juneteenth (observed), schools closed

    21 

    -World Language Proficiency Exam (G8)

    -PTA Meeting 7PM

    22 

    G8 Field Day

    23 

    24 

    25 

    26 

    27 

    Last day of School 


    Report Card distributed

    28 

    29 

    Orientation for incoming families 

    9AM & 6PM 

    30 

    Summer Rising 

    Starts on July 5th

    SUBJECT FOCUS 

    ELA

    Grade 6 

    6th Grade ELA: Our 6th graders are embarking on their Hero's Journey Unit. They will identify what a hero is and how most stories follow the Hero's Journey plot line. They are continuing to read Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief while making connections between the Hero's Journey Unit and the novel. Students are using their context clue skills to identify and define new words they come across to increase their vocabulary. We are so proud of our 6th graders and the hard work they put in all year!

    Grade 7 

    For the month of June, seventh grade will finish reading the novel,  A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. Students will participate in discussions where they make connections to different refugee experiences.  Students will also participate in literature circles. 

    Grade 8 

    As we embark on the final month of the school year, 8th Grade ELA students are focusing on the "Finding Your Path" Unit. 

    In this unit, students will explore the teenage years as a unique stage of life between childhood and adulthood. They will read and analyze multiple texts in order to help them gain a clearer understanding of their teen years and to further assist them in answering the units essential question: 

    "How do your teenage years prepare you for adulthood?"

    At the end of the unit, they will have the opportunity to write an argument about the impact of technology on teen friendships. 

    The process will include  applying the criteria for argument writing and all steps of the essay writing process including: 

    Analyzing texts

    Gathering information 

    Conferencing with peers  

    Drafting 

    Editing  

    Publishing 

    WORLD LANGUAGE

    Grade 8

    FRENCH: 

    8th Grade French students will continue reviewing for Parts 2, 3 and 4 of the Proficiency Exam on June 21st. In addition to grammar and key vocabulary terms, students will practice listening, reading, and writing parts based on previous tests. French students will also conclude their year with an analysis of French comedies. Students will also create their own skit based on their favorite historical character. Our resident historian will conclude the year with a presentation in French on the Cold War and connections to today.

    SPANISH:

    Our students in 8th Grade Spanish are in the midst of participating in the Speaking Portion of the Second Language Proficiency Exam. For this section, students are expected to have four (4) brief conversations with their teacher on a predetermined topic to demonstrate mastery of conversational skills and New York State Standards of speaking a second (or third) language. The end of this month, students have the option to take the rest of the Second Language Proficiency Exam which includes a listening section, a reading section, and a writing section. To prepare for this, students are working on various final projects to demonstrate mastery of vocabulary and grammar. Examples include creating "mini lessons" as if they were to teach a topic to their peers as teacher for the day, role play scenarios based on previous units, and study guides to support their peers. Students will also have the opportunity to take practice exams as a way to prepare so that they know what they are expecting during the exam. Our native speaking students have the option to complete literary analyses of Spanish texts such as Spanish poetry books, Spanish folklore, and Harry Potter.

    Grade 7

     

    FRENCH:

    7th Grade French students will continue to build listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in French as we finish our unit on ordering and eating at a café. Students will be competing in "Restaurant Wars" during which they will create a restaurant concept, design, and menu. This will be our culminating project for the unit. We will end the year synthesizing all the grammar and vocabulary we have learned this year.

     

    SPANISH:  

    In June we will continue with The Family/House Unit. Students will continue to compare perspectives and family structures across cultures.  We will interpret short texts and listen to bloggers throughout Spanish-speaking countries.   We will describe our homes, routines and activities that bring us together as a family.  Students will exchange information about the responsibilities of family members in the home (chores).  We will also discuss the importance of communicating problems with our families and how to give advice (verb deber).  There will be a summative assessment and a culminating project at the end of the Unit.  

     

    Grammar/Vocabulary; Noun/adjective agreement (number and gender), possessive adjectives, prepositions, verbs poner and deber.

     

    MANDARIN:

    7th grade Mandarin students are wrapping up the Hobby Unit. They have completed the writing assignment in which students write a reply letter to their friends and talk about their hobbies and what they do on weekends. In June, students will build the vocabulary of vegetables and fruits. By learning the comparative and the superlative adverbs, students will be able to ask and answer questions about their dietary habits. Additionally, students will watch the dragon boat race videos and experience the traditional celebration activities to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival.

    Grade 6

    SPANISH :

    For the following weeks the students will be working in two projects during the period classes.

    First project is called " Las Vacaciones " (vacations) the students can express what they would like to do this summer. They can talk about places to visit, relatives to visit and activities with their families or friends  like going to the pool, barbecues, hiking, going to the beach, etc.

    Next project is called "Libro de Recuerdos año 2021-2022" (Memory Book School 2021-2022). They can write about events to remember of this school year and something they will miss a lot, their favorite books, classes, friends, etc.

    LATIN:

    6th Grade Latin students are continuing our journey through ancient Rome. Each lesson builds background knowledge in the areas of history, culture, and language. We will continue to explore how influences from ancient Roman culture are all around us. Students will continue to learn more Latin vocabulary and expressions. We will also be reading Latin texts to learn how to use context clues, vocabulary, English cognates, and inferences to comprehend what we are reading. As always, we will continue to examine English derivatives from Latin words in order to build our English vocabulary. We will be ending the year with some engaging and interesting creative projects such as Museum Day arts and crafts and some creative mythological writing!

    MANDARIN:

    In June, 6th grade Mandarin students will start the Time Unit. Students will review the Chinese number system and learn time words that are frequently used in daily time expressions. By developing the time vocabulary and grammar patterns, students will be able to say the time in both formal and informal styles, how to ask basic time-related questions, and use the time to talk about their past, present, and future life in the target language.

     ASL:

    6th Grade ASL: Our 6th graders are working diligently on signing full sentences in ASL. They are to begin their final ASL project this marking period as mentioned in the previous newsletter. Students will pick a song approved by the teacher and they will work on learning to interpret the song from spoken English to ASL. Students will then have the option of preforming the signed song in front of the class or record themselves signing the song and submitting it to Ms. Ruiz. Students will also learn some summer signs that can be utilized over the summer break!

    ENL

    In June we celebrate English Language Learners' progress and wins with a unit focused on identity. The unit is an affirmation of identities to enable them to invest the many colors of their identities in preparation to be leaders of the future. Together, we will explore the multimodal narratives highlighting the cultural knowledge and language abilities of our multilingual learners. Students will choose their preferred form of creative expression in a culminating project. This may include but not limited to poem, prose, PowerPoint presentation, song, video and skit. Together we will celebrate the year in by showcasing and recommitting to the single stories toward a collaborative narrative of great learning and success!

     

    The English as a New Language department has one final Multilingual English Language Learners’ Parent Meetings. Please join us as we discuss important information and ways to prepare our students for the upcoming 2022-2023 year. Your attendance is highly encouraged as we share how you can prevent your child/children academic slide during the summer and jumpstart them for the next academic year. The meetings will be held via Zoom and interpreters are available in Chinese, Russian and Spanish. If you need an interpreter in any other languages, please do not hesitate to email Ms. Kim jkim24@schools.nyc.gov or Ms. Tong ctong2@schools.nyc.gov

     

    Please see the tentative dates and topics for the meetings below, and sign up for the meetings by following the link:

     

    Last Meeting - Wednesday, 6/1 5:30pm - 7:30pm

    Register in advance for this meeting:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvfuCtpzIuH9eyzsgBgYGF0eA3lU1YukvT

     

    Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Fourth ML/ELL Parent Meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

    Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Fourth ML/ELL Parent Meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

    us02web.zoom.us

     

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    • Regents
    • Accommodations
    •  Promotional Criteria & Graduation Requirements
    • Summer School and other Summer Learning Opportunities
    • Social Emotional Support at Home
    • Helpful Resources
    • Questions & Answers

     

     

    MATH

    During the month of June our students will be learning about:

    • 6th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics
        • Statistics → measures of center, measures of variation, mean absolute deviation, histograms, box plots, dot plot. 
        • Statistic Project
    •  7th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​
        • Calculating and identifying slope from a table, graph, and equation
        • Determining the slope and y-intercept for linear relationships - both proportional and non-proportional
        • Graphing linear relationships using slope and y-intercept
        • Solving equations with variables on both sides of the equals sign
        • Solving multi-step equations
        • Solving equations with one, infinite, and no solutions
    • 8th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​
    • Measures of Center
    • Measures of Spread
    • Statistical Displays (Box and Whisker, dot plots, histograms, etc)
    • 2-way frequency tables
    • Graphing Piecewise Functions
    • REGENTS REVIEW 

    IMPORTANT DATES:  **INFORMATION WILL BE SENT VIA PUPILPATH**

    NYS Algebra I Regents (Grade 8): June 16, 2022 @ 8:30 AM 

     

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION  

    The Physical Education department is heating up this Month as students are highly encouraged to wear the PE Uniforms during PE days. We are in full swing for Soccer tournaments and flag football tournaments inside the gymnasium. Students have options as we are inviting all students to go outside and join the walking club and participate in school yard fitness activities near the school yard.  The Boy's Baseball Team has won the first round of the playoffs and is entering into later stages of the Queens division finals as the team is finally in mid-season form and hope to keep the dream alive.  The Boys' Basketball team is currently suiting up getting ready for another league until mid-June.  Our Boys Soccer Tournament is in full swing for all levels of soccer skills. Hope everyone has a great summer and hope to see everyone soon.

    SCIENCE

    During the month of June our students will be learning about:

    • 6th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics
        • Measuring Earthquakes
        • Tsunami's
        • If time permits…Introduction to Astronomy
    •  7th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​
        • Human body systems - homeostasis
        • Immune system 
        • Digestion
        • Nervous system 
    • 8th​ ​Grade​ ​Topics​
      • Ecology concluding with the impacts that humans have had on their environment
      •  Review all the topics we have covered this year in 8th grade to ensure that students are ready for high school science and regents examinations

    Important Dates: **INFORMATION IS FORTHCOMING VIA PUPILPATH**

    NYS Living Environment Regents (Grade 8): June 15, 2022 @ 11:00 AM

    CLASSROOM SPOTLIGHT: Pringle Ringle - Kadin Challenge

    SOCIAL STUDIES 

    Grade 6 

    The 6th grade team moved from Ancient India to Ancient Greece.  While in Greece, we will be studying the architecture, monuments, and temples.  In addition, we will be focusing on the culture, religion, mythology, and philosophers of the Ancient Greeks.  The 6th grade students will be reading various parts and performing Greek plays in class.  Some classes will take a virtual field trip to Ancient Greece and visit many beautiful places.  Their last stop on the virtual field trip is to an Ancient Greek kitchen where the students will be able to make and try tzatziki sauce with pita.  

     

    As always, we incorporate social emotional learning into our daily lessons.  One minute meditation is very popular among the students.  Meditation allows our students to relax and free their mind of stressors which allows them to focus on the topics at hand.  

    Grade 7 

    This June, the 7th grade students will continue their study of the Civil War and look at the Reconstruction Era. Students will examine important historical documents, including The Emancipation Proclamation, The Gettysburg Address, and the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the US Constitution.

    -7th Grade Social Studies Team

    GRADE 8 

    June is Justice and Pride Month for 8th grade Social Studies students! Students will evaluate achievements of various social and political movements in the United States starting from the 1950s, including the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment, Asian American and Pacific Islander Civil Rights, Supreme Court decisions on anti miscegenation laws and same sex marriage. Students will also analyze how the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s has inspired other groups of people to start fighting for their rights. Some classes will continue working on programs in collaboration with the Justice Resource Center for civic duty and participation. Programs include We the People, MOOT Court and Project Citizen.

    TALENT

    2022-2023 Talent Class

    ***6th and 7th  grade students will be receiving a link in their talent Google drive that will give them an opportunity to rank their talent choice for next year.  All students are encouraged to fill the form out if they wish their choices to be considered when programming for next year.  Please encourage your child to do so.  

    Band   

    Congratulations to all the band students on a wonderful spring concert! All the students worked diligently over the last 5 months to prepare for the concert which took place on May19th. This was our first concert since the Covid pandemic put a pause on our performances and a first Sage outdoor concert! We cannot wait to share our playing with everyone in December again!

     

     

    The Tri-M Music Honor Society was visited by the BRC director Rick Akin who presented the students with a certificate of appreciation for running another successful drive. He also informed the students of how BRC runs and how the donations directly affect the people who live in the shelters. The students collected over 1000 pairs of socks and once again, we wanted to say thank you to all of those families who donated! We truly appreciate your generosity.

     

    The Russell Sage band participated in the Forest Hills Memorial Day Parade on Sunday May 29th. The students marched down Metropolitan Ave and played When the Saints Go Marching In. It was a wonderful community event and we hope to be a part of it every year!

     

     

     

     

    ART

     

    Strings

    Ms. Wright is so proud of the String Orchestra classes, Afterschool String Orchestra Club and Modern Band Club for their awesome performances at the spring concert.  They knocked it out of the park!

     

    Some highlights:

    • Class 633, accompanied by students from class 6A1, performed Jammin by Bob Marley.  
    • Class 6-Blue and String Orchestra Club performed Despacito by Luis Fonsi.  
    • Class 6-Silver performed Twist and Shout by the Beatles.  
    • Class 8-Silver and String Orchestra Club performed Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes.  
    • Classes 6A1 and 6S1 collaborated to perform Happy by Pharrell Williams.
    • Modern Band Club performed Believer by Imagine Dragons and Blinding Lights by The Weeknd

    Ms. Wright posted a form to all parents and students, and not only did our school community enjoy the music, but they also said all students were confident, professional looking, well behaved, and talented.  Thanks to all who participated!  Thank you also to Mr. Greggo, Ms. Monahan, Ms. Aulicino, Ms. Meneses, Ms. Malizia, Ms. Criscione and all of the teachers and school staff, and for Tri-M Students for assisting and making the concert possible.

     

    NOTE: Grade 6 and 7 students - Be sure to choose "String Orchestra" as your first choice when the Talent form comes out to have the best chance of continuing to learn your instrument.

     

    Students in 8-Silver are ending the year with independent projects, and 6th grade String Orchestra students are taking part in the Orchestra Karate Challenge from now until mid-June.

     

     

     

    ACADEMIC RECOVERY

    Some classes in Academic Recovery programs are concluding their Project Citizen portfolios. Students have identified an issue in our community and conducted research on possible solutions and alternatives. Students collaborated to create policies per Justice Resource Center guidelines and protocol. Students’ portfolios will be evaluated by program judges. Students will next engage in June Justice and Pride Month curriculum and activities to continue combating social injustice and gain more awareness. 

    2021/22 Academic Recovery Tracker/Newsletter

     LIBRARY 

    SUMMER READING : Studies show that students who do not read over the summer lose valuable ELA skills gained during the previous school year. Reading improves reading and writing skills and builds vocabulary, and also can be lots of fun.   Watch this video for info about Summer Slide: https://youtu.be/KIyk-uq1ogI

    The school’s reading log sheet (see link below) can be printed and used at home to track reading, or can be tracked online using Sora (https://soraapp.com) . Students will be asked to submit the reading log (paper or electronically via Pupilpath or Email) in September to show evidence of reading over the summer, in order to get a surprise.  Deadline: the last school day in September. 

    Recommended reading lists for each grade can be found by following the links at the bottom of the message.  All titles are available in e-book format, as well as in print.

    Also, please consider taking part in Queens Library's Summer Reading program. For more information, follow this link: www.summerreading.org

    Recommended Reading – Entering Grade 6: 

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rnml8_l8KNKVEBR9S03irxQpUqjDZL5L/view?usp=sharing

    Recommended Reading – Entering Grade 7:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ds3ckx0IBvF1Xt_dkZ2EfqfJXW7mFcBk/view?usp=sharing

    Suggested Summer Reading – Entering Grade 8:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DZwxuPQTKoEWShj4cIHMM8FZtlDAE-dT/view?usp=sharing

    Suggested Summer Reading – Entering Grade 9:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/19LgpMoNHTwzkVN0I0NwekJOXa5RznDOZ/view?usp=sharing

    Reading Log – Google Forms Version:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/19LgpMoNHTwzkVN0I0NwekJOXa5RznDOZ/view?usp=sharing

    Reading Log – Printable:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lBDlZRGISkGALYGzestnLQGunZ7f8ko-/view?usp=sharing

    Happy Reading!

    RESOURCES OF THE MONTH

    Booklist - Mental Health Awareness Month: https://soraapp.com/library/nycschools/curated-1138779/page-1

    LIBRARY LUNCH PERIODS

    There are no passes.  Students will be signed up by Dr. Alban, Ms. Wright or another school staff member.  Students may visit the library during a lunch period once a week.  During the open lunch periods on this schedule, teachers may send 1-2 students to the library at a time for assistance.

    by lunch period:

    PERIOD 4 - Thursday, Friday

    PERIOD 5 - Monday, Wednesday

    PERIOD 6 - Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

    PERIOD 7 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

    PERIOD 8 - library maintenance, prep for teacher who request assistance (books checked out to classrooms, web pathfinders, etc.)

    by day:

    MONDAY        - period 4 & 6

    TUESDAY       - period 6 & 7

    WEDNESDAY - period 5 & 7

    THURSDAY    - period 4 & 6

    FRIDAY           - period 4 & 6

    STUDENT ENGAGEMENT DAYS

    The library is open to one grade a day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from dismissal until 2:45 pm.  Students must arrive by 2:25, and stay in the library until 2:45 pm. Students will be escorted to the main lobby at 2:45 pm.

    WEDNESDAY - grade 6

    THURSDAY    - grade 7

    FRIDAY          - grade 8

    Dance Club

    Multicultural Celebration hosted by the Multicultural Club

    Guidance 

    Ms. Del Rio, 6th grade School Counselor: We know school is almost over but let's not forget that we still have to focus and strive academically.

    Parents, I know how hard it’s to be in charge of a household and raise our children. However, one method that  can work for you and it does not take a lot of your time is doing social emotional check-ins before going to bed. For instance, what did you learn today at school ? What were you grateful for today?

    Para mis padres latinos, si necesitan ayuda, por favor mandarme un correo electronico a Icolomedelrio@schools.nyc.gov. Tenemos muchos recursos para ustedes.

    From Mrs. Goldstein, 8th grade counselor:

    Happy June! I am really looking forward to celebrating with everyone at the prom, graduation and field day!

    High school offers will be available the week of June 6 in MySchools.  This includes the offers from the application of 12 choices and LaGuardia High School results (if applicable).  Waiting lists will open at that time, information about the waiting lists can be found here:

    https://www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/enroll-grade-by-grade/high-school/waitlists

    More information will be sent out once we receive the offers.

    Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need assistance, mgoldstein5@schools.nyc.gov.

    From Ms. Ebony, 7th grade counselor: We made it to the end of the school year!!!!  I know it has been a long and emotional year for everyone, but we are almost at the finish line! I am proud of you all and happy to say I am your counselor. I look forward to seeing your wonderful faces next school year. Enjoy your summer and stay focused on your goals. I can be reached at Ecochran2@schools.nyc.gov  

    DEAN’S MESSAGE: 

    CONGRATULATIONS to our 8th grade students and families. Your hard work has paid off. I wish you every success in high school and beyond.

    6th and 7th grade students and families: 

    I look forward to seeing you in September as you move on up to your new grade and  class. I wish you all a restful and safe summer. 

    Parent Teacher Association

    2022-2023 PTA / SLT Election 

    MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR CHILD’S LIFE BY JOINING THE PTA EXECUTIVE BOARD AND THE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM (SLT)!

    We Need You!!!The Parent/Teacher Association (PTA) Executive Board and School Leadership Team (SLT) are committed to enhancing the educational experience of the students and the Russell Sage community.  They represent the parent body and allow you to be a voice for the families in your child’s school. We are looking for parents interested in running for thePTAExecutive Board and the SLT of Russell Sage JHS 190.

    You can do it!!!No prior experience is required.  You can make new friends, get to know the parents, teachers, administrators and students, and MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL! Help make next year a great one! join the PTA or SLT and help your community.  We can't do all of the amazing things for the students withoutYOU! 

    We must fill at least the mandatory seats, or the PTA will be dissolved. Let’s start next year off strong!  Please volunteer to join the PTA now to allow for a smooth transition.  The current Board is here to help!  Please check out the attached Election Notification for more information and fill out the Nomination Form using the link below. 

    2022-23PTAand SLT Nomination Form

    Please feel free to contact us at secretarypta190@gmail.com with any questions.  We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at the election at our last PTA General Meeting, Tuesday, June 21st at 7pm via Zoom.

     

    Sincerely,

    Russell SagePTAExecutive Board

    2021-2022 TEACHER OFFICE HOURS

    Staff office hours are facilitated by all teachers  to support parents and students. Please utilize the chart below. 

     

    MON

    Parent Outreach

    TUES

    Parent 

    Outreach

    WED

    Student Outreach

    THURS

    Student Outreach

    FRI

    Student Outreach


    MORNING

    7:30 am

     -

    8:00 am

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    Alban 

    Amster

    Anwar

    Austin

    Baglione

    Bates

    Berlavski

    Biggs

    Boujida

    Buehre

    Datorre

    Destefano

    Egan

    Gaffan

    Johnson

    Kim

    Ledesma

    Loew

    Martinez

    Michalowicz

    Napolitano

    Opell

    Payne. F

    Ramirez

    Restrepo

    Rizzo

    Rothbort

    Rosner

    Ruiz

    Schaefer

    Tong

    Tsourovakas

    Wang

    Zastawny

    Zeitlin

    140c

    202

    220

    240

    243B

    107

    254

    329

    315

    101

    128

    328

    209

    211

    341

    342A

    307

    345

    204

    331

    343

    350

    329

    301

    243A

    102

    345

    230

    128

    103

    342A

    209

    323

    B68

    220

    Alban

    Amster

    Anwar

    Austin

    Baglione

    Bates

    Berlavski

    Biggs

    Boujida

    Buehre

    Datorre

    Destefano

    Gaffan

    Johnson

    Kim

    Ledesma

    Loew

    Martinez

    Michalowicz

    Napolitano

    Opell

    Payne. F

    Ramirez

    Restrepo

    Rizzo

    Rothbort

    Rosner

    Ruiz

    Schaefer

    Tong

    Tsourovakas

    Wang

    Zastawny

    Zeitlin

    140c

    202

    220

    240

    243B

    107

    254

    329

    315

    101

    128

    328

    211

    341

    342A

    307

    345

    204

    331

    343

    350

    329

    301

    243A

    102

    345

    230

    128

    103

    342A

    209

    323

    B68

    220

    Alban

    Amster

    Anwar

    Austin

    Baglione

    Bates

    Berlavski

    Biggs

    Boujida

    Buehre

    Datorre

    Destefano

    Gaffan

    Gomez

    Johnson

    Kim

    Ledesma

    Loew

    Martinez

    Michalowicz

    Napolitano

    Opell

    Payne. F

    Ramirez

    Restrepo

    Rizzo

    Rosner

    Rothbort

    Ruiz

    Schaefer

    Tong

    Tsourovakas

    Wang

    Zastawny

    Zeitlin

    140c

    202

    220

    240

    243B

    107

    254

    329

    315

    101

    128

    328

    211

    141B

    341

    342A

    307

    345

    204

    331

    343

    350

    329

    301

    243A

    102

    230

    345

    128

    103

    342A

    209

    323

    B68

    220

    Alban

    Amster

    Anwar

    Austin

    Baglione

    Bates

    Berlavski

    Biggs

    Boujida

    Buehre

    Datorre

    Destefano

    Dolan

    Gaffan

    Gomez

    Johnson

    Kim

    Ledesma

    Loew

    Martinez

    Michalowicz

    Napolitano

    Opell

    Payne.F

    Ramirez

    Restrepo

    Rizzo

    Rosner

    Rothbort

    Ruiz

    Schaefer

    Tong

    Tsourovakas

    Wang

    Zastawny

    Zeitlin

    140c

    202

    220

    240

    243B

    107

    254

    329

    315

    101

    128

    328

    141A

    211

    141B

    341

    342A

    307

    345

    204

    331

    343

    350

    329

    301

    243A

    102

    230

    345

    128

    103

    342A

    209

    323

    B68

    220

    Alban

    Amster

    Anwar

    Austin

    Baglione

    Bates

    Berlavski

    Biggs

    Boujida

    Buehre

    Datorre

    Destefano

    Dolan

    Egan

    Gaffan

    Johnson

    Kim

    Ledesma

    Loew

    Martinez

    Michalowicz

    Napolitano

    Noy

    Opell

    Payne. F

    Ramirez

    Restrepo

    Rizzo

    Rosner

    Rothbort

    Ruffus

    Ruiz

    Schaefer

    Tong

    Tsourovakas

    Wang

    Zastawny

    Zeideia

    Zeitlin

    140c

    202

    220

    240

    243B

    107

    254

    329

    315

    101

    128

    328

    141A

    209

    211

    341

    342A

    307

    345

    204

    331

    343

    302

    350

    329

    301

    243A

    102

    230

    345

    228

    128

    103

    342A

    209

    323

    B68

    107

    220

     

    MON

    Parent Outreach

    TUE

    Parent Outreach

    WED

    Student Outreach

    THUR

    Student Outreach

    FRI

    Student Outreach

     

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    Teacher

    RM

    AFTERNOON

    2:20 pm

    2:50 pm

    Arabachian

    Baez-Rodriguez

    Candela

    D. Collin

    W. Collins

    Colon

    Cruz Morante

    Dolan

    Gavilanes

    Gilkes

    Glenn

    Gomez

    He

    Husbands

    Kadin

    Kladopoulos

    Narain

    Noy

    Payen. E

    Pon

    Randolph

    Rosenberg

    Royer

    Ruffus

    Vogel

    Wright

    Zeideia

    Zheng

    340

    250

    107

    118

    330

    104

    201

    141A

    318

    311

    301

    141

    304

    120

    143

    318

    317

    302

    341

    241

    218

    101

    102

    228

    320

    242

    107

    304

    Arabachian

    Baez-Rodriguez

    Candela

    D. Collin

    W. Collins

    Colon

    Cruz Morante

    Dolan

    Egan

    Gavilanes

    Gilkes

    Glenn

    Gomez

    He

    Husbands

    Kadin

    Kladopoulos

    Narain

    Noy

    Payen. E

    Pon

    Randolph

    Rosenberg

    Royer

    Ruffus

    Vogel

    Wright

    Zeideia

    Zheng

    340

    250

    107

    118

    330

    104

    201

    141A

    209

    318

    311

    301

    141

    304

    120

    143

    318

    317

    302

    341

    241

    218

    101

    102

    228

    320

    242

    107

    304

    Arabachian

    Baez-Rodriguez

    Candela

    D. Collin

    W. Collins

    Colon

    Cruz Morante

    Dolan

    Egan

    Gavilanes

    Gilkes

    Glenn

    He

    Husbands

    Kadin

    Kladopoulos

    Narain

    Noy

    Payen.E

    Pon

    Randolph

    Rosenberg

    Royer

    Ruffus

    Vogel

    Wright

    Zeideia

    Zheng

    340

    250

    107

    118

    330

    104

    201

    141A

    209

    318

    311

    301

    304

    120

    143

    318

    317

    302

    341

    241

    218

    101

    102

    228

    320

    242

    107

    304

    Arabachian

    Baez-Rodriguez

    Candela

    D. Collin

    W. Collins

    Colon

    Cruz Morante

    Egan

    Gavilanes

    Gilkes

    Glenn

    He

    Husbands

    Kadin

    Kladopoulos

    Narain

    Noy

    Payen.E

    Pon

    Randolph

    Rosenberg

    Royer

    Ruffus

    Vogel

    Wright

    Zeideia

    Zheng

    340

    250

    107

    118

    330

    104

    201

    209

    318

    311

    301

    304

    120

    143

    318

    317

    302

    341

    241

    218

    101

    102

    228

    320

    242

    107

    304

    Arabachian

    Baez-Rodriguez

    Candela

    D. Collin

    W. Collins

    Colon

    Cruz Morante

    Gavilanes

    Gilkes

    Glenn

    Gomez

    He

    Husbands

    Kadin

    Kladopoulos

    Narain

    Payen.E

    Pon

    Randolph

    Rosenberg

    Royer

    Vogel

    Wright

    Zheng

    340

    250

    107

    118

    330

    104

    201

    318

    311

    301

    141

    304

    120

    143

    318

    317

    341

    241

    218

    101

    102



    320

    242

    304

    Staff Organization Sheet

    JHS 190 RUSSELL SAGE - ORGANIZATION SHEET- 2021-2022

     

    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 - See PupilPath

    -Daily Attendance (absence & or lateness)

    Teacher

    Individual to Student - See PupilPath

    -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 -Operoo

    School Aide

    Ms. Palandro

    Distributed during student lunch / Rm 141 ext. 1413

    -Metro Cards

    Nurse

    Mr. Tabaku

    atabaku@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1541

    -Student medical documentation

     

    Secretary

    Ms. Gabby

    GLoiacono@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 0

    -CAASS -Student ID Cards -Operoo

     

    Parent Coordinator

    Ms. Obata

    sobata@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1561

    -Parent Workshops -PTA Sponsered after-school programs -PupilPath Registration -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 / 3234

    -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 / 1481

    -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. 1522

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

             

    THIRD

    Assistant Principal - Grade 6

    Ms. Monahan

    smonaha@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 1061

    -Concerns regarding Talent, Physical Education, Social Studies or Special Education teachers -Grade 6 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 6 students

    SPEAK TO GRADE LEVEL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

    Assistant Principal - Grade 7

    Ms. Meneses

    cmeneses2@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 2071

    -Concerns regarding Math and Science teachers -Grade 7 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 7 students -CAASS

    Assistant Principal - Grade 8

    Ms. Aulicino

    jaulicino@schools.nyc.gov / ext. 3061

    -Concerns regarding ELA, Foreign Language and/or ENL teachers -Grade 8 Questions/Concerns/Events -Student / Teacher Issues for Grade 8 students

    Homework Guideline 2021-2022

    Posting of and Length of Homework Assignments 

      • Homework may not be assigned or posted any later than 2:20 p.m. for any task that is due the following school day.
    • Homework for each course should not exceed 30 minutes each school night. 
      • Long-term projects should be assigned well in advance with adequate time to complete the projects.
      • If a student is unable to consistently complete homework assignments within these limits, first take stock of the homework environment to make any changes that would contribute to a more efficient completion of  homework: organize the student’s workspace, make the workspace quiet, and eliminate distractions such as  social media, video games, etc. 
    • Teachers may assign homework in advance but must follow the nightly homework limit. For example, if 2  hours of homework are assigned at a time for class, the entire assignment should be spread across at least 4 nights (30 minutes per evening).

    Long Term Assignments

    • Long term assignments, defined as any project spanning 2+ days, should have check-ins and provide feedback to students prior to the final submission. 

    Submitting Homework

      • Homework submitted in person may not be due any earlier than at the start of class. For example, if a class is at 10:24 a.m. Monday, homework may not be collected any earlier than 10:24 a.m. Monday.
      • Online homework may not be due any earlier than 8 a.m. the day that it is due. For example, if the class is at  10:24 a.m. Monday, online homework may not be due any earlier than 8 a.m. Monday.  Assignments submitted blank will be considered late.  
      • Students caught cheating or plagiarizing will receive an automatic 0 for the assignment.  There will be only 1 opportunity to resubmit.  
    • Students are expected to complete their homework assignments and turn them in on their due dates.

    Teacher Review of Homework 

    • Teachers will review and return homework in a timely fashion (5 business days) and, to the extent possible, review the material on homework assignments before the corresponding exam.

    Vacation Policy

    This section refers to three vacation periods: Winter Break, Midwinter Recess, and Spring Break. 

    • Teachers will not assign any homework, projects, or extra credit for completion over a vacation period as school vacations are intended to provide an opportunity for students and teachers alike to rest, recharge, and spend time with their families. 
    • Projects that were assigned well in advance of a vacation period may not be due until at least two school days after returning from vacation.  

    Religious Holidays

    • If a student will be observing a religious holiday, including one in which school is closed and would like to  request an extension on homework, the student must contact the teacher in advance and must provide a parent’s or guardian’s note (if requested by the teacher). The length of the extension granted may vary upon  the agreement between the teacher and either the student or parent/guardian. 

    Extenuating Circumstances

    • Students with family or medical emergencies are encouraged to communicate to both their teachers and their assigned school counselor that something serious is impacting their ability to meet a deadline so that teachers are then informed and can grant an extension for extenuating circumstances. 

    Problem Resolution

    • If a student is having trouble submitting assignments or work correctly - students and/or parents should reach out to the teacher or the guidance department for assistance.  
    • If a student finds themself in a situation in which they believe these expectations and policies have not been followed, the student should use the Escalation Path to try to resolve the issue. The purpose of the  path is to encourage student advocacy and to encourage collaboration between teachers, school counselors, and the administration. 

    Escalation Path2021-2022 JHS 190 Organization Sheet 

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Calendar

  • zoom ( link to follow)

    Virtual Orientation for incoming families

    Virtual Orientation for incoming families

    Link will be sent to families to attend.  Spanish interpretation service is available . To request your language service for the event, contact Parent coordinator, Mrs. Obata. 

    JHS190Q
  • First day of school

    JHS190Q
  • Room 205 ( in person ) & zoom link available to participate remotely

    Parent Workshop - Lean to support your child for the new school year!

    Parent Workshop - Lean to support your child for the new school year!

    Registration required.  More details are forthcoming. 

    JHS190Q
  • SLT/ PTA executive board elections

    SLT/ PTA executive board elections are held virtually.  Registration to attend this event is sent to families. 

    The following positions are open:
    - PTA President ( s)
    - Recording Secretary
    - 4 seats for SLT Parent Positions

    Election Day
    Date: September 21st ( Wed)
    Time: 7 PM
    Location: Zoom 
    *** Spanish Interpretation available. The interpretation service for other languages can be requested. Contact parent coordinator, Mrs. Obata ( Sobata@schools.nyc.gov)

    JHS190Q
  • ZOOM ( Link to follow)

    PTA /SLT Elections

    2022-2023 PTA /SLT Elections held virtually. Registration form is sent to families. Spanish interpretation service available. To request other language service, contact Mrs. Obata.

    PTA Executive Board
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Summer Reading List

Studies show that students who do not read over the summer lose valuable ELA skills gained during the previous school year. Reading improves reading and writing skills and builds vocabulary, and also can be lots of fun.

 

Watch this video for info about Summer Slide: https://youtu.be/KIyk-uq1ogI

 

The school’s reading log sheet can be printed and used at home to track reading, or can be tracked online using Sora (https://soraapp.com) . Students will be asked to submit the reading log (paper or electronically via Pupilpath or Email) in September to show evidence of reading over the summer, in order to get a surprise.  Deadline: the last school day in September.

Recommended reading lists for each grade can be found by following the links at the bottom of the message.  All titles are available in e-book format, as well as in print.

Also, please consider taking part in Queens Library's Summer Reading program. For more information, follow this link: www.summerreading.org

Recommended Reading

Reading Log – Google Forms Version:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/19LgpMoNHTwzkVN0I0NwekJOXa5RznDOZ/view?usp=sharing

Reading Log – Printable:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lBDlZRGISkGALYGzestnLQGunZ7f8ko-/view?usp=sharing

 

Bell Schedule

    

Congratulations to the Incoming Class of 2025!

Congratulations on your acceptance into JHS190! 

 

 See the 2022-2023 Orientation Slide here.

 

PTA Announcements

  • 2022-23 SLT / PTA Executive Board Election

    Russell Sage needs YOU for PTA!
    Please consider running for a PTA position for 2022- 20203 school year. The Election is facilitated by D28 Family Leadership Coordinator, Ms. Sonia Rueda on Wednesday, September 21st at 6:30 PM. All nominations will be taken from the floor. The following positions are open. PTA executive board officer description can be found in our website.  Click " Family" to find "Parent Teacher Association".

    The following positions are open:
    - PTA President ( s)
    - Recording Secretary
    - 4 seats for SLT Parent Positions

    Election Day
    Date: September 21st ( Wed)
    Time: 7 PM
    Location: Zoom ( Registration form will be sent to families )
    *** Spanish Interpretation available. The interpretation service for other languages can be requested. Contact parent coordinator, Mrs. Obata ( Sobata@schools.nyc.gov)

    PTA Executive Board
  • PTA General Membership Meeting

    To be announced. 

    PTA Executive Board
  • Check out the winners of our Poster Contest!

    A huge thank you and congratulations to everyone who submitted artwork.  Many talented students participated and we appreciate each one!

     

    PTA Executive Board
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Guidance Announcements

  • Career Day 2022

    Every spring at Sage we facilitate a career day for our 8th graders. Without fail, it's always an exciting, meaningful and educational day. As we begin to plan for this year's event, we are looking for presenters. We love to have individuals from our greater school community share their stories, so If you, or someone you know, would be interested in participating we would greatly appreciate it. This year's event will once again be presented entirely on zoom and will be taking place on Tuesday, March 15.

    Counseling & Social Worker Corner
  • Career Day 2021

    Counseling & Social Worker Corner
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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