REMINDER: STUDENT IDs
STUDENTS ARE TO SHOW BOTH ID AND HEALTH SCREENING WHEN ENTERING NORTH AND/OR SOUTH BUILDING EVERY TIME AND ALL DAY.
Academy of American Studies School Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
All students must report to the auditorium for the distribution of their report cards, spring programs and spring Metrocards on Monday, January 31 at the following times:
9th graders 9:30am
10th graders 10:30am
11th graders 11:30am
12th graders 12:30pm
You must have your ID and Heath Screening to enter the building.
Regular classes for the Spring semester begin period 1 on Wednesday, February 2. We will be following a regular class schedule on February 2. There are no classes on Tuesday, February 1. We wish all who celebrate a Happy Lunar New Year. Thank you.
Regular classes for the Spring semester begin period 1 on Wednesday, February 2. We will be following a regular class schedule on February 2.
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INFORMATION YOU NEED
The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) is proposing to open and temporarily co-locate new district high school Gotham Tech High School (30Q417), referred to as Gotham Tech, in building Q450 (Q450) and annex building Q451 (Q451) for a three-year period beginning in the 2022-2023 school year. Q450 and its annex Q451 are collectively referred to as Q450 throughout the remainder of this letter.
This proposal must be voted on and approved by the PEP prior to implementation. We anticipate that the PEP will vote on this proposal on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 6 p.m. via teleconference at The High School of Fashion Industries, located at 225 West 24th St, New York NY 10011 at 6 p.m. Feedback about this proposal may be shared at the January 26, 2022 PEP meeting.
In advance of the PEP vote, a Joint Public Hearing for this proposal will be held via teleconference on Thursday, January 13, 2022 at 6 p.m. All community members will have the opportunity to share feedback about this proposal at the Joint Public Hearing.
Feedback about this proposal may also be shared at any time by e-mailing D30Proposals@schools.nyc.gov or by calling 212-374-7621.
You do not need to apply for your child to receive meals. However, we do ask families to complete the Family Income Inquiry Form which helps schools receive money for their programs. Your school will send a copy of this form home with your child, or you can get it from your school’s main office.