Update on School District Water Testing
Please see attached letter from Dr. Osborne outlining the latest water testing results for district schools.
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!
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
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.
ALMS, IEYMS students stomp out bullying
Both Albert Leonard Middle School and Isaac E. Young Middle School held assemblies on Thursday as part of STOMP Out Bullying's Blue Shirt Day World Day of Bullying Prevention – a national campaign that focuses on reducing and preventing bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and other digital abuse.
October is recognized as National Bullying Prevention Month; and the first Monday is traditionally Blue Shirt Day. The schools acknowledged the day on Thursday this year because the buildings were closed Monday and Tuesday in observance of Rosh Hashanah.
Students from both schools gathered in their respective auditoriums to learn about bullying, and how to combat it. “We’re here to what?” Albert Leonard Principal John Barnes asked a large group of seventh- and eighth-graders. “Stomp out bullying,” the chorus of students chanted back.
“The whole day is dedicated to fighting bullying,” said Isaac E. Young Assistant Principal Tawanda Robinson. “Content teachers are focusing class time on anti-bullying messages.”
ALMS welcomed singer, songwriter, poet and anti-bullying ambassador Shacara Atiyá to address students for two assemblies. As a senior in high school, Atiyá was bullied and brutally assaulted by a group of young women.
“They beat me to the ground,” Atiyá told the students.
But now, she travels, sharing her story of faith and triumph over bullying and explaining ways for those who feel victimized to also overcome.
Atiyá encourages students to “go after your passion. Find a way to express yourself, and pursue it.”
The United Pride Step Team – made up of ALMS students – also performed during the assemblies, leading students in an anti-bullying chant: “Not in our school!”
On October 17th, 2016, IEY's 6th grade teachers are kicking off our Read-a-Thon and Scholastic Book Sales event. All teachers of 6th grade students will start off the day with a reading pep rally in the auditorium and will share their love of reading in each class throughout the day. In the evening from 5-7pm, IEY families are invited to join us in for an evening of "genre tasting", book swaps, a poster competition, and door prizes. Students will have the opportunity to check out books as well.
The New Rochelle Fund for Excellence is hosting a Biathlon for students in grades 3-8 on Saturday, Oct. 15th from 7:30 am to 10 am. It will be held at NRHS using the pool and the track. Students will swim and then run across the finish line. It's all about fitness and fun! There is a nominal entry fee of $10 per student.
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Attached you will find your child's letter listed by grade.
Please click on the link to open the letter and see the suggested list of supplies your child will need for the upcoming school year.
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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."