District Announcements

  • 2017-2018 school budget review sessions begin March 9

    In preparation for the May 16 school budget vote, the City School District of New Rochelle Board of Education will be holding its 2017-2018 school budget review sessions. The district welcomes the community's input.

    The district's finance staff is working on crafting a proposed budget to present to the board for adoption at its April 19 meeting. Final numbers for the proposed budget will not be available until April. 

    Meetings will take place on March 9, 14 and 21 at 7 p.m. at the New Rochelle High School Library. All meetings will be broadcast live on the district's website and rebroadcast on Cablevision Channel 70 and Verizon FiOS Channel 30.

    Putting together a school budget in New York State is complex. The district continues to follow zero-based budgeting development practices, meaning all expenses must be justified for each new period, starting from a "zero base," with every function analyzed for its needs and costs.

    "We stay focused on what's most important, and that is providing the best educational programs and services to our students, while making sure everyone's needs are met in a healthy and safe environment," said Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne.  "We prioritize continuing approaches that are working, and then we look at what enhancements we can make to better support all our students."

    Questions about any aspect of the proposed budget can be emailed to the district at budgetquestions@nredlearn.org.

    Osborne stressed that the community's involvement is important. "The input that we receive matters, and we appreciate the engagement of the community."

     

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  • Rent the Runway making prom magic for seniors

    New Rochelle High School seniors will have the opportunity to walk into their prom in June dressed in free high-end designer clothes, courtesy of Jennifer Hyman, a NRHS alum and CEO of Rent the Runway.

    Hyman, Class of 1998, made the generous offer in October when she was inducted into the New Rochelle High School Wall of Fame. She said the gift was her way of giving back to her alma mater, where she developed the confidence to face the world.

    Rent the Runway is a successful New York City-based online service that provides designer dresses and accessories for rent at a fraction of the retail price. The company also has a handful of stores in major U.S. cities, including New York City.

    On Friday, March 24, starting at 8 p.m., Rent the Runway's flagship store at 30 W. 15th Street will be open exclusively to NRHS seniors. Students can visit the store to select dresses and accessories.

    Students who are unable to go to the store will receive a free promo code that will allow them to rent their dresses and accessories entirely online. Their selections will then be mailed to their homes.

    "That will be a lot of pressure off parents because it's very expensive to dress for the prom," said NRHS Principal Reggie Richardson. "With Rent the Runway, every girl can dress in high quality designer clothes. Jen is giving our students the opportunity to experience a rite of passage that isn't affordable to everyone in our community."

    This is the second time that Hyman has provided prom dresses to NRHS seniors. She made the offer last year as well, but because the announcement came in May, most students had already made arrangements for their prom dresses. Only 80 students availed themselves of the opportunity.

    Richardson said details of the Rent the Runway offer came early enough this year to greatly increase the likelihood of participation. 

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  • Jefferson teachers moving beyond traditional methods

    At a recent meeting, teachers and administrators from Jefferson Elementary School shared with the Board of Education how professional learning strategies are impacting classroom instruction. The instructional practices they discussed were student-driven and focused on the application of acquired information, as well as problem solving.

    When discussing literacy instruction, Principal Kimmerly Nieves shared that teachers at Jefferson are going beyond traditional methods. She was particularly excited about the success students are having when they use an instructional practice called accountable talk.  Accountable talk involves collaborative discussion among students and includes repeating what was read, clarifying the meaning, making connections and revising understanding upon further reflection.

    Teacher Stefanie Syken shared how Jefferson teachers are supporting their students in mathematical investigations that are leading to higher understandings. The guiding principle of these investigations is that students come to school with existing ideas about numbers and then build upon those ideas when provided with the proper environment, interaction and support.

    Regardless of the subject, the students at Jefferson are being provided with valuable opportunities to talk with their peers about their ideas, discuss different viewpoints and continually add to their prior knowledge. And through ongoing professional development and colleague support, educators are learning how to better support their students in their investigations and discoveries.

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  • New Rochelle schools host immigration workshops

    Hundreds of local residents packed New Rochelle High School and Columbus Elementary School last month to attend immigration rights workshops held just days after the Trump administration announced measures that would greatly expand the deportation of illegal immigrants. The workshops were planned in response to anxiety expressed by residents who were hearing rumors about immigration raids.

    At NRHS, three student groups - Hispanic Culture Club, United Cultures Club and Newcomer Ambassadors - asked the school to host a workshop. Columbus Elementary opened its doors after Councilman Louis Trangucci reached out to Principal Michael Galland and voiced the need to come together to squash rumors and reassure residents that New Rochelle is a welcoming and caring community that values all law-abiding people and families.

    "Many families are terrified. There is uncertainty, fear and confusion about what the authorities will or will not do, and that stress is being absorbed by children," said Galland. "As educators, our duty is to nurture children emotionally, socially and intellectually."

    More than 500 people attended the Feb. 16 immigration forum at Columbus Elementary, which included a presentation by The Westchester Hispanic Coalition that addressed issues related to immigration laws. Graciela Heyman, the executive director, spoke about the rights of immigrants and offered advice on how to respond when face-to-face with immigration officials.

    Commissioner Patrick Carroll and Captain Adrian Navarrete of the New Rochelle Police Department were present to reassure residents that police officers would continue to focus on the safety of the community.

    More than 200 people attended the workshop at NRHS on Feb. 15. It included a presentation on scholarship opportunities for undocumented students, including those who were brought to the United States as children, currently covered under the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

     The discussion was led by representatives of the CUNY Becas scholarship program and The Guidance Center of Westchester. The Hudson Valley Community Coalition also provided information on DACA and undocumented immigrants.

     Officer Edward Martinez of the New Rochelle Police Department addressed the gathered families and told them that officers would not pursue immigrants or ask them to produce documents. Rather, he said, the focus would continue to be on fighting crime.

     Gustavo Barbosa, house principal at NRHS, said the evening was successful because of the support by Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne and other district officials.

     "Not many school districts are willing to provide this level of support to immigrant families," said Barbosa. "In New Rochelle, we really understand that what happens in our community has a direct impact on our students' academic performance and how they feel when they come to school. That's why it was important to reach out."

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  • School Budget Community Input Forum and School Budget Review Sessions

    Please see attached letter to New Rochelle Neighbors from Ms. Rachel Relkin, President, Board of Education

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  • Nicolas Cracco named new principal at Henry Barnard

    The City School District of New Rochelle has appointed Dr. Nicolas Cracco as the new principal of the Henry Barnard Early Childhood Center. The Board of Education approved the appointment of Dr. Cracco at its meeting last week.

    Dr. Cracco was the assistant principal of the Early Childhood Discovery and Design Magnet School, P.S. 185, in New York. He previously taught mathematics at Knowledge and Power Preparatory Academy in the Bronx.

    "His experience as an educator and administrator will be a great asset as we continue to provide an excellent early childhood education for students at Henry Barnard," said Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne.

    Dr. Cracco received a bachelor's degree in psychology from C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University, a master's degree in mathematics from the City University of New York, and a doctorate of education in instructional leadership from St. John's University. He also earned an advanced certificate in school building and school district leadership from St. John's University.

    "It is an honor to come lead a prestigious school such as Henry Barnard Early Childhood Center as its next principal," Dr. Cracco said. "I look forward to building on the programs that are in place and can't wait to begin working with the parents, students, teachers and staff."

    He will join Henry Barnard as principal on Jan. 3, 2017.

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  • Board of Education Appoints Supervisor of Physical Education and Health

    Please see attached announcement.

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  • Thanksgiving Message from the Superintendent of Schools - Español Abaja

    This Thanksgiving and every Thanksgiving, we, as members of The City School District of New Rochelle, are thankful for and embrace our rich diversity. Please read this message from our Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian Osborne shared at the November 22 Board of Education meeting:

    Since our last meeting on November 1st there was an election for President of the United States.  In the wake of this Presidential election, many voices have been heard throughout the country and here in New Rochelle. Some of those voices have expressed concern about divisions among us; some have expressed hope that we will be able to come together as one country; and some have expressed messages of hate and contempt for others which are deeply troubling.

    At least for the moment, we are seeing an escalated national level of intolerance, incivility and intimidation.  Our students are well aware of current events, and many have articulated to me that there is fear among some that they will not be afforded the protections they deserve, or will be treated as non-participants in the American dream.

    The success of public education in New Rochelle and the meaning of our mission statement is more important than ever.   As the leader of this school district, I am confident that I speak for our faculty, our administrators, our support staff and our community when I say that our schools will and must be a place of welcome and support for all of our students.  All means All.  Our mission statement says that we embrace our rich diversity.  We are intentional in this language.  It is not our mission to tolerate difference or accept those unlike ourselves. We embrace our rich diversity.

    This means that we actively welcome, celebrate, support, and serve all our students and families, and that the differences among us add value for all of us.  All means all - all ethnicities, all religions, all races, all family structures, all sexual identities, all sexual orientations, all learning challenges, all differences in physical abilities, all places of birth, all immigrants, all income levels, all walks of life.  

    In the presidential campaign and the aftermath of the election, the rhetoric of our national political discourse at the highest levels has stereotyped, targeted and blamed many groups by name, provoking fear and doubt.  In response to that rhetoric, let us be clear that embracing our rich diversity means that here in the City School District of New Rochelle, we honor, embrace and celebrate those who are Muslim, Jewish, Christian, or searching; those that are of African descent, who are Latino or Asian or Indian or Native American, or European; those that are biracial or multiracial; those who are undocumented or documented or citizen, born in the US or anywhere else; those who are differently abled or who learn differently; those whose native language is Spanish or Creole or English or any other language; those who are female, transgendered, cisgendered or male; those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual, or questioning - and all who are rich and complex intersections.  And we mean this about each one of our children and staff and parents and community members, taking our individual differences not as something to tolerate but as something to celebrate, something that adds value, to be supported and protected.    

    Accordingly, in this time of uncertainty, we reaffirm our commitment to the dignity of each person and the values that reflect the strength of our democracy, and the continuing vitality of our national founding documents:

     

    ♦    Our schools will remain places of civility and respect, and we will not accept abusive conduct towards any student.

    ♦    Our schools will remain havens of safety for all students where differences in race, ethnicity or religion will be respected and appreciated

    ♦    Our schools will remain havens of safety for students of all gender identities or sexual orientation.

    ♦    Our schools will remain havens of safety for all students of all national origins and without regard to immigration status.

     

    I’ll end the superintendent's update by quoting from Principal Richardson’s powerful letter to students the day after the election: “I want you to know that you are loved and supported by your family,  all of the adults here at school as well as those in the community. We are so fortunate to be a part of such a diverse, vibrant and inclusive community as New Rochelle.  I ask that you never take this for granted and take full advantage of the opportunities presented by living and learning in a community as diverse as this one.”

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    Desde nuestra última reunión el día 1 de noviembre hubo elecciones para Presidente de los Estados Unidos. A raíz de esta elección presidencial, muchas voces se han escuchado en todo el país y aquí en New Rochelle. Algunas de esas voces han expresado su preocupación por las divisiones entre nosotros; algunos han expresado la esperanza de que podamos unirnos como un solo país; y algunos han expresado mensajes de odio y desprecio hacia otros que son profundamente preocupantes.

    Por el momento, estamos viendo un escalado a nivel nacional de intolerancia, incivilidad e intimidación. Nuestros estudiantes están muy conscientes de los acontecimientos actuales, y muchos me han expresado  que hay miedo entre algunos que no se les dará las protecciones que se merecen, o serán tratados como no participantes en el sueño americano.

    El éxito de la educación pública en New Rochelle y el significado de nuestra declaración de misión es más importante que nunca.  Como líder de este distrito escolar, estoy seguro de que hablo por nuestra facultad, nuestros administradores, nuestro personal de apoyo y nuestra comunidad cuando digo que nuestras escuelas serán y deben ser un lugar de bienvenida y apoyo para todos nuestros estudiantes. Todos, significa, Todos. Nuestra declaración de misión dice que abrazamos nuestra rica diversidad. Somos intencionales en este lenguaje. No es nuestra misión simplemente  tolerar la diferencia o aceptar a aquellos que no son como nosotros. Nosotros abrazamos nuestra rica diversidad.

    Esto significa que acogemos activamente, celebramos, apoyamos y servimos a todos nuestros estudiantes y familias, y que las diferencias entre nosotros agregan valor a todos nosotros. Todos significa Todos - todas las etnias, todas las religiones, todas las razas, todas las estructuras familiares, todas las identidades sexuales, todas las orientaciones sexuales, todos los desafíos de aprendizaje, todas las diferencias en las capacidades físicas, todos los lugares de nacimiento, todos los inmigrantes, todos los niveles de ingresos y diferentes facetas de la vida.

    En la campaña presidencial y las secuelas de las elecciones, la retórica de nuestro discurso político nacional a los niveles más altos ha estereotipado, apuntado y culpado a muchos grupos por su nombre, provocando temor y duda. En respuesta a esa retórica, seamos claros que abrazar nuestra rica diversidad significa que aquí, en el Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de New Rochelle, honramos, abrazamos y celebramos a aquellos que son musulmanes, judíos, cristianos o los que andan en busca de  creencia religiosa; Aquellos que son de ascendencia africana, que son latinos o asiáticos o indios o nativos americanos o europeos; Aquellos que son birraciales o multirraciales; Aquellos que están indocumentados o documentados o ciudadanos, nacidos en los Estados Unidos o en cualquier otro lugar; Aquellos que tienen diferentes habilidades o que aprenden de otra manera; Aquellos cuya lengua materna es el español o criollo o el inglés o cualquier otro idioma; Los que son mujeres, transgénico, cisgendered o varón; Aquellos que son homosexuales, lesbianas, bisexuales, transexuales, o que cuestionan su sexualidad- y todos aquellos ricos en complejas intercesiones. Y queremos decir esto sobre cada uno de nuestros hijos y el personal y los padres y miembros de la comunidad, teniendo nuestras diferencias individuales no como algo que tolerar sino como algo para celebrar, algo que agrega valor, para ser apoyado y protegido.

    En este momento de incertidumbre, reafirmamos nuestro compromiso con la dignidad de cada persona y los valores que reflejan la fuerza de nuestra democracia y la continua vitalidad de nuestros documentos fundacionales nacionales:

    ♦          Nuestras escuelas seguirán siendo lugares de civilidad y respeto, y no ceptaremos conductas abusivas hacia ningún estudiante.

    ♦          Nuestras escuelas seguirán siendo refugios de seguridad para todos los estudiantes             donde las diferencias en raza, etnia o religión serán respetadas y apreciadas

    ♦          Nuestras escuelas permanecerán como refugio de seguridad para los estudiantes    de todas las identidades de género u orientación sexual.

    ♦          Nuestras escuelas seguirán siendo un refugio de seguridad para todos los estudiantes de todos los orígenes nacionales y sin tener en cuenta el estatus migratorio.

    Terminaré la actualización del superintendente citando la carta del director Richardson a los estudiantes el día después de las elecciones: "Quiero que sepas que eres amado y apoyado por tu familia, todos los adultos aquí en la escuela, la comunidad. Somos tan afortunados de ser parte de una comunidad tan diversa, vibrante e inclusiva como New Rochelle. Les pido que nunca tomen esto por sentado y aprovechen al máximo las oportunidades que ofrece vivir y aprender en una comunidad tan diversa como esta.”

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  • Update on School District Water Testing

    Dear Families,

    Please see attached letter from Dr. Osborne outlining the latest water testing results for district schools.  

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  • Spend an Evening Under the Stars

    Please join us to find out when and where to look for the star Betelgeuse!

    November 30, 2016

    Doors open at 6:45 p.m., show starts at 7:00 p.m.

    For further information: bzeller@nredlearn.org or mheywood@nredlearn.org

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Isaac E. Young Middle School

Message from the Principal

 Welcome back IEYMS Family! I am so excited about all the great things our school, and our district, has planned this year. We are committed to providing a safe and joyous learning environment where ALL students can thrive. Our Staff is ready to serve you and your children and please feel free to contact us, and/or visit the school with any requests or concerns. I am always available to you and your family, and please call upon me if there is anything I can do. YOUR children are MY children. Best wishes for the upcoming year!
Anthony Bongo

Bienvenido de nuevo a la familia de la escuela IEY! Estoy muy emocionado por todas las maravillas que nuestra escuela y nuestro distrito, ha planeado este año. Estamos comprometidos a proporcionar un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro y feliz donde todos los estudiantes pueden prosperar. Nuestro personal está listo para servir a usted y sus hijos, y no dude en ponerse en contacto con nosotros, y / o visitar la escuela con cualquier petición o duda. Estoy siempre disponible para usted y su familia, y por favor comuniquese conmigo si hay algo que pueda hacer. Sus hijos son mis hijos. Los mejores deseos para este nuevo año escolar: Anthony Bongo

Meet the Teacher Night: 6 th Grade: Tuesday, September 20 th at 6:00 PM
7 th and 8 th Grade: Wednesday, September 21 st at 6:00 PM
Reunión con el Maestro:
6 ° grado: martes,  20 de septiembre a las 6:00 pm

7 ° y 8 ° grado: miércoles, 20 de septiembre a 6:00 pm

School Announcements

  • Six IEYMS artists are FIT for SUCCESS this Summer

    Six graduating eighth grade students at Isaac E. Young Middle School will get a taste of college life this summer as they prepare to take art classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology (SUNY) in New York City.  The students were chosen on merit and their demonstrated commitment to improving their craft as artists.  In the wake of New York state’s newly announced Excelsior Program, which allows middle income families to send their children to state funded colleges tuition free, these 8th graders will get a first-class introduction to the college experience. FIT has long been recognized internationally as one of the most prestigious colleges for its’ fashion design, art design, and international marketing programs. The students are being sponsored by a number of staff and administrators at IEYMS including: art teachers Claudia Cassone, Michael Fry, and Isabel Maldonado; math teacher, Calvin Heyward; Assistant Principal Daniel Gonzalez, and Principal Dr. Anthony Bongo.

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  • Isaac E. Young Middle School "Money Makers" win 2017 Stock Market Competition

    For the second time in as many years a group of students from Isaac E. Young Middle School (New Rochelle) has won the Spring 2017 New York State: Lower Hudson Valley/Westchester County Stock Market Game.  The team composed of 6th graders, Kaediah Barratt, Joseph Ulgalde-Aguilar, and Brittani Varela, finished first out of 206 middle school teams, and ranked 17th out of 1940 high school and middle school teams combined in their region.  The national program starts each team out with a $100,000 to manage through investments in the stock market over a twelve-week period.  Teams are ranked not only on their net profits compared to other groups, but also by their profit percentages as compared to the S&P 500 index.  The team from IEYMS, who took on the nickname, "The Money Makers", finished with $115,775 in their portfolio, 12 % above the S&P 500 index.  

    The group was guided by their math teacher, and advisor for the project, Calvin Heyward. This is the fourth time in his tenure as an educator in New Rochelle that Mr. Heyward has seen one his groups capture top honors in the program.  In any other given year, he's also seen a number of his student teams finish in the top ten in the final standings.  "What I've always loved about this program is that it gives students a chance to apply learned skills to real world economics," Heyward says.  "All too often you hear about young people graduating college, but they're tens-of-thousands dollars in debt, and don't know how to balance a checking account or compare credit card terms because no one has taken the time to teach them basic economics."  "The Money Makers" took a very assertive, but measured approach to picking their stocks.  They simply looked for stocks that were trending upwards over the three months prior to the competition, with price points between $10 and $20.  Three of their best stocks included Ultra Clean Holdings (UCTT), Lands’ End (LE), and Kratos Defense and Security Systems (KTOS).  While the competition ended April 28, 2017, those stocks continued to rise and would have netted the group an additional $8,000 as of the close of stock market on June 12th.  

    As part of an exit quiz for all his math students, even those not involved with the Stock Market Game, Mr. Heyward asked, "Suppose in the 5th grade you received one share of stock in Samsung Electronics when it was worth $1.3 million dollars and now see that one share is worth $2.4 million in 2017. What would you do with the extra $1.1 million dollars?" While many students gave admirable answers about buying homes for their families, helping the homeless, and donating to other charities, Mr. Heyward was happiest with students who said they'd reinvest the money.  Yazmin Alvarez explained, "With the extra $1.1 million I would buy another share to make more money, so I’m investing to have money whenever I need it."  Alberto Godoy echoed similar thoughts when he said, "I would buy more stocks with the $1.1 million dollars, so I could get more money, and with the rest give it to my children.” Mr. Heyward added, "In some ways I don't care about how the teams rank in the competition.  The real joy comes in getting middle schoolers to understand that they can make money work for them, instead of them simply working for it.  When someone understands that, they can build a better life for their family, and a stronger community for others."

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  • Washington, D.C. School Trip 2018

    Space still available! There's still time to join your classmates on our trip to Washington, D.C. Trip dates: May 16-18, 2018. Registration Deadline: June 6, 2017. Sign up today! Trip ID: 146914

    Sign up today to receive the spring early registration discount!

    Easy Ways to Sign Up for the Trip:

    -Online: worldstrides.com/signup

    -Phone: call WorldStrides Customer Service at 800-468-5899

    -Mail - use the student invitation you received from your teacher

    Questions? Contact: Tony Martino at amartino@nredlearn.org

    Missed the Parent Meeting and need more information? Text: WashingtonDC   To: 99000

    For the trip video, program highlights, & information on financial assistance programs.

    (test message are intended for subscribers over the age of 13. Message and data rates may apply. You may opt out of any future messages at any time by texting STOP to short code 99000.

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  • The IEY Drama Club Presents "Timeless Tales", June 9th, 7PM

    The IEY Drama Club Presents "Timeless Tales"

    The Emperor’s New Clothes
    The Ugly Duckling
    The Princess and the Pea
    The Little Mermaid

    Friday, June 9th, 7:00 pm

    Isaac E. Young Middle School Auditorium, 270 Centre Avenue, New Rochelle

    Save the DATE!

    Tickets:         $6 Adults       $5 Seniors     $3 Students

    Children Three and Under free!

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  • IEY Solidarity on behalf of an ill staff member

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  • Music Improv Camp July 10-14, 2017

    Music Improv Camp July 10-14, 2017  

    www.MusicImprovCamp.com

    FREE FOR NEW ROCHELLE STUDENTS !!!  LEARN TO PLAY AND CREATE LIKE PROS !!!

    WHERE:  Albert LEONARD MIDDLE SCHOOL                 WHEN:  July 10th – 14th, 2017

    WHO: NEW ROCHELLE STUDENTS, 6TH-12TH GRADE    PRICE: FREE !!!

     To sign up or for more information, please visit

    www.MusicImprovCamp.com or ask your music teacher

     

    GRATIS POR ESTUDIANTES DE NEW ROCHELLE!

    APPRENDE A TOCAR Y CREAER COMO LOS PROFESSIONALES

                            DONDE: Albert Leonard Middle School

                            CUANDO: July 10 - 14, 2017

                     QUIEN: New Rochelle Students,  6th – 12th Grade

                            PRECIO: GRATIS!!!

     Para enrolar o para mas informacion, por favor visitawww.MusicImprovCamp.com o preguntale a su professor de musica                       

                                                                                                                                                             

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  • Únete con Girls Inc. Westchester en la escuela IEYMS!

    Girls Inc. Westchester inspira a todas las niñas a ser fuertes, inteligentes y decididas. A continuación los dos programas para después de clases GRATIS que serán proporcionados este año.  Estos programas están abiertos a todas las niñas del octavo (8) grado, pero el espacio es limitado!

     Operación SMART- miércoles 2:15- 3:15 PM
    Girls Inc. Westchester Operación SMART prepara a las niñas para los retos de la secundaria de STEM (ciencias, tecnología, ingeniería y matemáticas) en un ambiente práctico, divertido.  Como el objetivo es inspirar y generar confianza, las chicas se animaran a explorar el mundo alrededor de ellas y la posibilidad de hacer carreras en STEM. Las chicas construirán circuitos, exploraran las propiedades del agua, escucharan sonidos de la ballena y realizarán y construirán.

    Habilidades para la vida- miércoles 2:15- 3:15 PM
    Girls Inc. Westchester’s Life Skills Program; ayuda a las niñas a desarrollar la inteligencia emocional, virtudes de carácter y conductas positivas que permiten a las niñas  a afrontar efectivamente las demandas y desafíos de la vida cotidiana. Nuestro plan de estudios inspira a las niñas a tomar decisiones informadas sobre su salud, educación y bienestar, resistir presiones, establecer y alcanzar ambos objetivos, a corto plazo y largo plazo, aumentar el amor por el aprendizaje y aumentar la resiliencia ante obstáculos.

    Nuestro ciclo de programación es del 25 de enero al 16 de marzo de 2017.

    Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto
    Ms. Angélica Guel, Room 332, (914) 576-4346, aguel@nredlearn.org

     

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  • Come Join Girls Inc. Westchester at IEYMS!

    Girls Inc. Westchester inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.

    Below are the two FREE afterschool programs that we will be providing this year.  These programs are open to all 8th grade girls, but space is limited!

    Operation SMART- Wednesdays 2:15- 3:15 PM

    Girls Inc. Westchester Operation SMART prepares girls for the challenges of middle school STEM in a fun, hands-on environment.  As the goal is to inspire and to engender confidence, girls are encouraged to explore the world around them and the possibility of careers in STEM. Girls will build circuits, explore the properties of water, listen for whale sounds, and perform and build and race rovers.

     Life Skills- Wednesdays 2:15- 3:15 PM

    Girls Inc. Westchester’s Life Skills Program helps girls develop emotional intelligence, character virtues and positive behaviors that enable girls to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. Our curriculum inspires girls to make informed decisions about their health, education and wellbeing, resist peer-pressure, set and achieve both—short term and long term goals, increase love of learning and increase resilience in the face of obstacles.

    Our first cycle of programming is January 25th - March 16th, 2017.

    For more info: Please contact Ms. Angelica Guel aguel@nredlearn.org , IEY rm 332, 914-576-4346

     

     

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  • "Emergency Release Drill" Thursday, November 10, 2016

    The NYS Education Department requires school districts to conduct an early dismissal, "Emergency Response Drill" to practice emergency dismissal procedures.  On November 10th, 2016, all students must leave the building 15 minutes prior to regular dismissal time.  Students who have scheduled athletic practices or after school activities will be allowed to return to the building at the conclusion of the drill.  Again, this notice is to alert parents that on Thursday, November 10, 2016, students will arrive home 15 minutes earlier than usual.  Please contact the school's main office if you have specific questions.

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  • IBM Women in Technology program

    76, 7th grade young ladies participated in the IBM Women in Technology program. Girls spent the morning learning to design their own business websites and code. In total, 146 young ladies will learn about coding.

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Calendar of Events

  • District Closed

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  • Spark of the Sound Fireworks

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  • Independence Day

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  • District Closed

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  • Board of Education Annual Organizational Meeting for the 2017-2018 School Year

    6:00 p.m.

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Our Mission

Built by the Past, Ready for the Future...
"Our mission as the Isaac E. Young Middle School Community is to provide personalized learning opportunities that promote a high standard for academic success and creativity, as well as critical and independent thinking in a safe and healthy environment. Students will become responsible and respectful citizens who are lifelong learners and contributing members of their society and who meet the challenges of a diverse and changing world."

Construido por el Pasado, Listo para el Futuro\
Nuestra misión, como la Comunidad Escolar de Isaac E. Young, es proporcionar oportunidades de aprendizaje personalizado que promuevan un nivel alto para éxito académico y creatividad, así como pensamientos lógicos e independientes en un ambiente seguro y saludable.  Los estudiantes se convertirán en ciudadanos responsables y respetuosos y serán estudiantes de por vida y miembros contribuyentes de su sociedad y quienes cumplan con los retos de un mundo diverso y cambiante.

Final Exam Schedule - June 2017

Isaac E. Young Middle School

Final Exam Schedule – June 2017

Date Exam

June 9, 2017

Friday

Level 2 World Languages

(In class regular school day)

June 12, 2017

Monday

Level 1A  World Languages
 All Heritage levels 1 & 2 

(In class regular school day)

June 13, 2017

Tuesday

Common Core Algebra 1 report at 11:45 sharp

ELA 6 (8:30 AM)

ELA 7 (8:30 AM)

June 14, 2016

Wednesday

Living Environment* Students report at 11:45 sharp.

Science 6 (8:30 AM)

Science 7 (8:30 AM)

Science 8 (8:30 AM Opt-outs only)

June 15, 2016

Thursday

Social Studies 6 (8:30 AM)

Social Studies 7 (8:30 AM)

Social Studies 8 (8:30 AM)

June 16, 2016

Friday

Math 6 (8:30 AM)

Math 7 (8:30 AM)

Math 8 (8:30 AM)

June 19, 2016

Monday

Foreign Language Proficiency:

All 1B classes (8:30AM)

SLO Scoring

June 20, 2016

Tuesday

Make-ups 6,7,8

SLO Scoring

June 21, 2016

Wednesday

Make ups  6,7,8

SLO Scoring

June 22, 2016

Thursday

IEYMS Graduation Rehearsal @ NRHS

8:30 am
 

June 23, 2016

Friday
 

IEYMS Graduation Ceremony @ NRHS 8:30 am

 

IMPORTANT REGENTS NOTICE

All students taking a regents exam in Common Core Algebra 1or Living Environment must report to school at 11:45 am sharp. Students have 3 hours to complete the exam.

 

Summer Reading 2017

Dear Parents/Guardians:         

            We congratulate our students on the completion of a successful school year and look forward to greeting them again in September!  In preparation for the upcoming school year, students have been given a summer reading assignment that will foster their love for reading and serve as a continuum for learning.

            This summer we are asking students to select their own reading book and they will be provided with a list of titles to help guide their selection.  Students will be asked to identify the genre of the book and analyze how their selected title fits into that genre.  Additionally, students entering grades 7 and 8 will locate a non-fiction article related to an aspect of their reading and respond to questions on that article.  Students have been provided with a copy of the assignment. 

            When students begin school in the fall, we expect that they come prepared with the completed assignment, as it will be the first graded English Language Arts assignment for the new school year.

            If you have any questions or need assistance with the assignment, please do not hesitate to contact us.  Thank you for your support and enjoy your summer!

Sincerely, Dr. Anthony Bongo, Principal

2017SummerReading6thGrade.pdf 

2017SummerReading7thand8thGrade.pdf  

RecommendedBooksfor2017SummerReading.pdf 

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