• Confirmed COVID Case on 11/20/2020 - No Exposure

    Please Principal Lynch's message regarding a confirmed COVID Case in our school community.

    On 11/20/2020 a member of our school community tested positive for COVID-19. After investigation, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the NYC Test and Trace Corps have concluded that there has been no exposure to the school community because the person was not at school while infectious.

    For additional information on COVID-19, visit or call 311. To ensure we can reach you via text and email about any COVID-19 activity in our school, please create a New York City Schools Account (NYCSA) as soon as possible by visiting

  • eNotes - 11.18.2020

    See this week's eNotes - 11.18.2020


  • On Thursday, November 19th, all New York City public schools will be closed temporarily.

    The Mayor and the Chancellor have announced that starting tomorrow, Thursday, November 19th, all New York City public schools will be closed temporarily.

    We are sad to close our doors and will miss seeing our blended students in the building. The Chancellor has indicated that closure is temporary and that we will reopen when it is safe to do so; we hope that day comes quickly. As of now, the criteria for reopening has not been shared with us. We will keep you informed of updates as we receive them. 

    See the Chancellor's Letter to Families.

    See Principal Lynch's Update for Families.

  • Literacy Workshop for Lower Grade Parents: Tuesday, 11/17 at 8:30-9:30am!

    We look forward to seeing many of you on Tuesday morning, November 17th for our Reading Parent Workshop led by our Teachers College Staff Developer. This parent-focused literacy workshop will run from 8:30am to 9:30am. Here is the Zoom link and below are the details of the workshop content.


    Leveling Up in Reading: What Higher-Level Comprehension Looks and Sounds Like

    • While reading levels are a useful assessment tool for teachers, they provide a mere snapshot of a reader’s intellectual potential. 

    • This hour-long workshop with Hareem Atif Khan will outline practical strategies to support your child in developing deeper engagement and thoughtfulness while reading both fiction and nonfiction.

    • Hareem will talk through research-based best practices in reading instruction, arming you with ideas to support higher-level thinking. 

    • Hareem will also talk through the role that conversation and writing plays in reading, setting you up with important tips to help your child articulate ideas about the complex themes found in literature—and indeed, in our world.

    Hareem Khan teaches in the Literacy Specialist program at Teachers College. She also develops staff in schools in New York City and worldwide. She has helped develop the TCRWP Units of Study for Reading and Writing for many years. Hareem holds an Ed.M from Teachers College and an M.Sc in International Relations from Quaid-E-Azam University and is a Fulbright scholar.


    Zoom info:

    Meeting ID: 861 6394 2665
    Passcode: 535451

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  • Update for Families - 11.14.2020

    Please see Principal Lynch's Update for Families - 11.14.2020

    Read the full message to find out about:

    • Possible Closure

    • Blended Learning Opt-In Window ends 11/15

    • November 23rd: Reflection and Planning in Grades 6-12

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