If your child is or will be absent, please contact Ms. Garcia (9-10th Grade Students) at ext. 5092 or email at NGarcia33@schools.nyc.gov ; Mrs. Vega-Beltran (11-12th Grade Students) at ext. 5091or via email at NVega11@schools.nyc.gov . You may also contact Ms. Bernabel, Parent Coordinator, at ext. 1012 or email at ABernabel@schools.nyc.gov . Please be sure to send a doctor’s note if your child has a medical appointment.
1st period Class begins at 8:20 am.Please ensure that your child arrives to school before 8:20 AM and on time regularly so that they are able to effectively engage in their first period lesson. Lateness adversely impacts a child’s academic performance.
Please keep track of your child’s academic progress, grades, and attendance in their classes staying in contact with their teacher and counselor.
Please have your child meet for one on one academic/personal progress meetings with their counselor immediately: Ms. Garcia (9-10th Graders) and Mrs. Vega-Beltran (11-12thGraders). This meeting is important to ensure they are on track academically with their progress towards graduation and to check in on their personal well-being.
If you are interested in a having specific Parent Workshop at the school, please email Ms. Garcia and Mrs. Vega-Beltran so we may host the event.
9th and 10th Grade Advisory Classes have commenced. Counselors will also be providing Social Emotional Workshops to All students on a monthly basis, as well as College Research/Application/Financial Aid workshops to 11thand 12th Grades.
As the cold weather approaches, please make sure your child is dressed appropriately for the school environment. If you need assistance providing your child with a coat or other needed clothing, please contact your child’s counselor.
Please reach out to Ms. Garcia (9-10th Grades) or Mrs. Vega-Beltran (11-12th Grade) if you feel that your child needs social/emotional support. We have an abundance of services for students at the school and can refer your family to outside resources/assistance.
Please have your child join extra-curricular activities to join the school community. This a great way for students to make new friends, network, be exposed to various activities/hobbies, and put on their college applications.