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A note from the principal, Mrs. Torres-Santana
Wow, May is here and there is still so much to do! As the administrative teams complete their daily conversational walks into your child/children’s classrooms, we are seeing reading, writing and arithmetic taking place. Students sharing their learning experience with peers. At times there are parents in the classroom participating as the audience. Many students are using technology in the building. There are those who use tools such as, I-pads, computers and chrome books to learn on a particular tool or research information to present their learning. If you have not had the opportunity to observe your child present their work, try to make it in one day and support their learning.
Testing time is upon us at School # 35. We are sure your child/children and his/her classroom teacher is informing you of the task they are to complete. This month the NYS Math for grades 3-6, NYSESLAT for all ELL students grades K-6, and 4th grade Science will be occupying some of their time. Please help us by having the children get lots of rest at night.
With the weather getting warmer, we know that children will like to dress cooler. Please be sure that they are following RCSD Dress Code Policy. See Parent Manual if you have any questions. Please remember that attendance is very important. Every day counts.
There are a few meetings for parents this month. First and not least, PTO, SBPT and the Bilingual Meeting on May 9th in our library. The Bilingual Department will share their annual report, starting at 5:00 PM. We would love to see all our parents supporting the Bilingual Department meeting at our school. We honor your presence.
We want to wish every Mom and Grandma a “HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! “
Finally, we want to thank all the parents that allowed their daughter(s) to participate in the district conference at Edison Career and Technology on May 6th. It was titled, “Helping Our Girls Lock Opportunities”.
|Mission Trip to Dominican Republic|
Mrs. Torres - Santana traveled to Dominican Republic to help build a school.
Viaje de misión a la República Dominicana