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Grading Philosophy and Policy & Attendance

“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” -Albert Einstein Grades are evaluative instruments and indicators that measure students’ achievements, efforts, and extent of progress in their classes. The components of a grade are academically based and reflect each student’s competency in the course content. Mathematics, Science Research […]

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2020-2021 Bell Schedule

Bell Schedule 2020-2021 Period Time 0 7:45 AM – 8:30 AM 1 8:30 AM – 9:17 AM 2 9:17 AM – 10:04 AM 3 10:04 AM – 10:51 AM 4  10:51 AM – 11:38 AM 5 (LUNCH) 11:38 AM – 12:25 PM 6 12:25 PM – 1:12 PM 7 1:12 PM – 1:59 PM Daily […]

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Parent Update

NYC Summer Youth Employment Application Who is Eligible? NYC Teens aged 14—15 learn about career opportunities and make a difference in their communities through paid project-based activities Young people aged 16–21 improve their work readiness skills and explore career pathways through paid summer jobs in a variety of industries throughout NYC Young adults aged 22-24 […]

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Parent Update

Blended learning students in grades 9-12 return to buildings beginning 03/22 If you previously selected blended learning but wish to stay fully remote, you may do so by changing your preference as soon as possible at nycenet.edu/surveys/learningpreference  The Board of Regents has canceled most of this year’s Regents exams, although English Language Arts, Algebra I, Earth [...] Read More

Parent Update

Week of March 8 Meet the new Chancellor of NYC Public Schools Parent Teacher Conferences Parent University CPAC Meeting – 3.11.21 The Chancellor’s Parent Advisory Council (CPAC) works as a team to identify concerns, trends, and policy issues and to advise the Chancellor on DOE policies. CPAC’s General Membership meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March […]

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Parent Update

The 2021 City Council Race” – March 3 @ 6pm  This youth-driven conversation on the 2021 City Council race will cover what city council members actually do, why these races matter, and how young people can insert themselves in this election cycle.  NYC Votes’ Facebook Live Youth Trainings to Earn Service Hours NYC Votes offers a […]

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Student Government at MAST High School

The Student Government at MAST High School is an extracurricular club in which students need to apply in order to be a member. The Student Government consists of 2 Co-Presidents, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and 2 representatives per grade. In total, the Student Government consists of 12 governing members. The Student Government at MAST High […]

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Parent Update

Week of January 25, 2021 Virtual and In-person activities; Some are Free, others have a Fee.  Make sure you look through the entire post and check the dates. 1. East River, Mistaken Identity?- A Hunters Point Environmental Center Program 2. Virtual Chess Club ages 13 to 18 years Thursday, January 28, 2021, 3 p.m. www.nypl.org 3. A Night of Broadway and […]

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Parent Updates

Please review the entire post by scrolling to the end! Town Hall with The Chancellor Additional Resources NYC Department of Education:   School Year 2020-2021 Calendar:  See the full calendar for the current school year.   Happening Now: The kindergarten application for the 2021 – 2022 school year is now open, and the deadline to apply is January 19, 2021. […]

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Parent Updates

Caregiver Support Workshops Promoting Positive Behaviors for Your Child – Please click here to learn more and register Structuring a Home Learning Environment; Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 | 4:00pm – 5:00pm EST Managing Kids’ Screen Time; Tuesday, February 9th, 2021 | 9:00am – 10:00am EST Motivating Your Child for Remote Learning – Part 1; Wednesday, […]

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Parent Updates

SCHOLARSHIP High school seniors have until Dec. 31 to apply for the UFT’s $5,000 Albert Shanker college scholarships. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION. COMMUNITY FOOD ADVOCATES Feeling Stressed Are you or your child feeling stressed? Click Here for Help dealing with Stress! Social Justice Institute If you are interested in participating in Emerging Leaders for Social Justice, click here  HOMECOMING COLLEGE […]

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