TALKS WITH TERRI ON TUESDAYS! - March 11, 8-8:30 in the auditorium.
She will discuss the topic of state testing. If you have any questions you would like addressed please submit here.
ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL MATH-A-THON Permission slips due Monday, March 9!
Kindergarten through 8th grade students will be participating in the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Math-a-Thon from March 9th to March 20th. These students will be helping to raise money for kids battling cancer and other deadly diseases at St. Jude, one of the world’s premier pediatric cancer research centers. Please look for the information envelope in your student's backpack, or go to mathathon.stjude.org
For Math-A-Thon dates: Read more...
SCHOOL SURVEY TIME!! Homework for Parents!
The school distributed the NYC DOE school survey forms at P/T conferences last Thursday. We encourage you to fill out your school survey asap either with the form or online here. Thank you to those who have filled them out already. It takes about 6-7 minutes to complete. Read more...
*Signing your child out before dismissal
must be before 2pm! No exceptions! Read more...
STEM camps for students!
Spring Break Camps: Wildlife Detective Camp at the Bronx Zoo - Open to students in Grades 1 & 2. Program meets during Spring Break, April 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, 2015. Click http://www.cvent.com/d/nrqlcv to apply by March 13th deadline
Zoo Explorers Camp at the Bronx Zoo - Open to students in Grades 3, 4, & 5. Program meets during Spring Break, April 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, 2015. Click http://www.cvent.com/d/9rql4b to apply by March 13th deadline
MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER CAMPS for GIRLS! Click below for more info.
The New York International Children's Film Festival (NYICFF) is thrilled to announce that 2015 Festival Tickets are now on sale. For every ticket purchased, NYICFF donates $3 back to our PTA!
Department of Environmental Protection Launches 29th Annual Water Resources Art & Poetry Contest
Cyberbullying seminar with John Halligan - March 5th 6-7:30pm
Young Writers Awards - Students in grades 3-8 can submit work to be considered for this 13th annual writing competition. Since we donate books to Project Cicero, we automatically become members of the New York Library Society. Deadline is March 30. For more info, click here.
Parent Math Workshop Materials
Thank you to all the parent who attended the Parent Math Workshop on Computational Fluency on 1/15/15
-Ariel Dlugasch and Dawn Schafer- PS/IS 276 Math Coaches.
You will find the materials for the presentation on the Math Workshops and Information
CEC ELECTION-NOMINATING PERIOD IS OPEN
The DOE is thrilled to announce the official kick-off of the Community and citywide Education Council Elections
. We all know how essential parent engagement is to the success of our children's education. Please consider nominating yourself or someone you know to be on the DOE CEC. For more information about nominating and voting please click on link above.
8th grade graduation fundraising
Basketball games are in full season and our graduation concession stand is in need of donated goodies! Baked, bagged or boxed goodies Please bring your donations to the PTA room 105 marked "concession donations." Thank you for your donations! Please visit the school website for our MS home basketball games and come support our team and concessions!
As of January 1, the NYCDOE will no longer use ARIS or ARIS Parent Link, and will create a new system to provide parents with online access to up-to-date student information (by September 2015). In the interim, the NYCDOE will provide parents with alternate ways of retrieving their students’ information. More information about the new system, and alternate methods to retrieve students’ information will be shared as soon as it's available.
If your child is traveling or out of school for more than 3 days please advise William Wilson in the main office or email your child’s itinerary to email@example.com and advise your child’s teacher. This will not “excuse” your child’s absence but it will be marked as an “explained” absence. Please bring in a note if your child has seen a doctor or dentist as well.
You must bring your PHOTO ID if you are entering the school building. The security guards are there to protect your child(ren) and keep the school safe. If you do not have an ID then you will need to return home to get it. No one will be allowed to enter the building without proper ID(credit/debit cards are not accepted).
Check out middle school game schedule here
Congratulations to our IS276 fall sports teams!! GO CHARGERS! Read more...
Starting Nov. 7th, 25 MPH speed limit is in effect.
As always drive extra carefully by the school and do not block the cross walks. Read more...
Tips on how to get rid of Lice - information from Nurse Elissa and the Dept. of Health.
ART BASED HS Application Workshop
for families of MS students interested in applying to arts-based High Schools.
For more Info
School Bus petition for students that live east of WEST ST. Please support these families by "liking" this youtube video.