Letter from the Chancellor
Chancellor Porter has announced school initiatives for September 2021.
Please email me to make an appointment with me to speak to me during parent teacher conferences.
Thursday March 18, 4:30 pm to 7pm
Friday March 19, from 11-1 pm.
(If you need to speak to me outside of this time, that's okay too. Email me and we will set up an appointment.)
email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ZOOM TIME begins at 10:15 am Monday through Friday
Zoom Password: 687672
Google Classroom code: bmbvgxy
ZOOM TIME begins at 11:45 am Monday through Friday
ZOOM Password: 416525
Google Classroom code: 7wtvk5p
ZOOM TIME begins at 12:30 pm Monday through Friday
Zoom Password: 109142
Google Classroom code: pqlzmb5
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The City’s Vaccine Command Center is notifying you that first dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments are now available at vaccine sites across all five boroughs.
It has never been easier to get a COVID-19 vaccine appointment! To book your vaccine appointment for you and any family member residing, working, or studying in New York City, visit the City’s vaccine finder at https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/ at or call 877-VAX4NYC (877-829-4692).
Please note that walk-up appointments are now available for New Yorkers over the age of 50 and a companion at these sites located throughout the five boroughs.
Watch the COVID Vaccine: Doing Our Part Video to hear from NYC DHS and HRA leaders about what the COVID-19 vaccine meant for them.
We are grateful for your service to the City of New York during this unprecedented crisis. Thank you for your dedication and partnership to support the City's recovery effort.
Vaccine Command Center
If you are 18 and older you can get the Moderna or Johnson and Johnson Vaccine.
If you are 16 and older you get the Pfizer Vaccine.
You can search for availability with the link or call the school and someone can assist you.
As announced this morning students that opted for blended learning will return on March 22, 2021. ALL students must fill out the consent form for COVID-19 testing to enter.
Also, the opt in period for Blended Learning has ended.
Families always have the option for remote learning.
Attention Students and Families! Please see the attached letter in your home language for an update from NYC DOE.
Here is an article detailing all of the ways math is important during this pandemic. There's a lot to read, but it's super interesting!
Savvasrealize.com - Here you can sign on and see what we are studying.
www.ixl.com/lhsan - Here is a website where you can practice almost ANY math skill...and see how you are progressing towards mastery.
Khanacademy.org - Here you can videos, practice questions, quizzes and tests to help you improve your skills in math. And its FREE
Jmap.org - Here you will find all of the past Regents exams and answers. You can also search by topic and focus on one skill at a time!
http://www.nysedregents.org/- Here you will find all of the different exams, answers to the multiple choice questions, and model response questions to show you how the Part 2, 3, and 4 questions are answered.
You can also search for videos on YouTube....search for "Algebra Regents" or "Geometry Regents" exam and you will find videos that teachers have made that explain problems that are on the exam.
1. What kind of tree does a math teacher climb?
2. What do you have to know to get top grades in geometry?
3. Why was the obtuse angle upset?
4. What's a polygon?
5.What do you get when you cross geometry with McDonalds?
2. All the angles.
3. Because he was never right.
4. A dead parrot . :(
5. A plane cheeseburger