Alumni Join Choral Students in NRHS WinterFest Tradition
Watch the performance of the Hallelujah Chorus, conducted by Choral Director Jeremy Barbaro with piano accompaniment by Co-Director David Jutt here.
|Dwayne Garcia Barrow|
|Montzerrat Leon- Lopez|
|Juan Carlos Ochoa|
Congratulations to all our students who had perfect attendance for the month of November during the first marking period. Certificates were handed out to students during homeroom on Friday, December 7th, 2018. School attendance is mandatory and is critical to student success. Students are expected to be in school every day and on time. Please contact your child's school counselor or the the attendance teacher, should you require assistance.
Middle school is an exciting yet challenging time for students, their parents and teachers. According to the American School Counselor Association, during this transition from childhood to adolescence, middle school students are characterized by a need to explore a variety of interests, connecting their learning in the classroom to its practical application in life and work; high levels of activity coupled with frequent fatigue due to rapid growth. During the middle years, adolescents are searching for their own identity as they begin to grow more mature. At Isaac E. Young, the school counselors support students and families in the areas of academics, career and college readiness and social emotional development. School counselors are here as a resource for students. Please contact the school counseling office should you need assistance
Mrs. Cirilio: School Counseling Office Secretary 914-576-4367
Mrs. Rodriguez: School Counselor
Mrs. Rhett: School Counselor
Mrs. Gabr: School Counselor
Mrs. Smith: School Counselor
If you are interested in purchasing a yearbook for the 2018-2019 school year please see the form below! Yearbooks start at the low price of $30!
RAISING A TEEN?
Please join us for a school-community panel conversation on,
“The Joys and Challenges of Raising A Healthy Teen in the 21st Century”
IEYMS Free Parent Workshop
Monday, December 10th
Join us in the morning or the early evening.
Bring your questions and concerns! Light refreshments will be available.
¿Tiene UN ADOLESCENTE en su hogar?
Por favor únase a nosotros para una conversación sobre,
”Las alegrías y desafíos de criar un adoloscente sano”
Taller de padres de IEYMS
Lunes, 10 de diciembre
Únete a nosotros en la mañana o la tarde.
¡Traiga sus preguntas e inquietudes!
IEY Exploring NYC Club on a recent visit to the United Nations and Brooklyn Bridge
"Start with Hello Week" took place at Isaac E. Young Middle School from September 24 - September 29. "Start with Hello Week" brings attention to the growing epidemic of social isolation in our schools and communities. It empowers young people to create a culture of inclusion within their school community. Here are a few highlights from our amazing week.
IEY Memorial for Lauren Denninger, Special Education Teacher
On Friday, May 25th, the IEYMS community honored their colleague, teacher, and friend, Ms. Lauren Denninger. Dr. Anthony Bongo, IEY Principal, shared thoughts and memories of Ms. Denninger while the school planted and dedicated a tree in her honor. Pictured below is a special tree that was planted in honor of Ms. Denninger, (pictured Ms. Denninger's family by the tree). Another two pictures show the IEY Castle Choir singing and students and staff releasing biodegradable balloons.
Prioritizing Resources for Quality Programming
Linda E. Kelly Theater, NRHS
Parents and Guests to IEYMS:
We welcome you to visit Isaac E. Young Middle School. When visiting between the hours of 8:15 and 3:30, please enter the building using the entrance facing Pelham Road. Parking is available on the street or in the lower lot. Our handicapped entrance is located on the side of the building off of Centre Avenue. You will need picture identification to enter the building. After 3:30 pm, the Centre Avenue entrance should be used to enter the building.
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."