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Coastal Hazard Statement

Issued:
10:50 AM EDT on September 29, 2016
Expires:
7:00 PM EDT on September 29, 2016
Overcast
Thursday
Overcast
High 65°/Low 60°
20%
Chance of Rain
Friday
Chance of Rain
High 62°/Low 60°
70%
Rain
Saturday
Rain
High 65°/Low 61°
80%
Rain
Sunday
Rain
High 71°/Low 64°
80%

Scholars’ Academy Morning Messages (add one)

HS: Lafayette College Visit

An admissions representative from Lafayette College will be visiting Scholars’ Academy today. Juniors & Seniors who registered on Naviance for this visit should report to room 305 immediately after home room.


HS: PSAL girls tennis

The girls tennis team continued their undefeated record beating beach channel yesterday by a score of 5-0. Great job to all who played!


HS: EA/ED College Applications

Reminder…..

Friday October 7 is the last day to inform the College Office if you are applying Early Action and/or Early Decision to college. If you are submitting a college application with a deadline of December 1st or earlier, you MUST email either Ms. D’Annunzio or Mrs. Caraccio. Please include the name of the college and the deadline. If you have any questions, please stop by the college office.


HS: Girls Varsity Basketball Medical Forms

Good Morning! If you are interested in trying out for the Girls’ Basketball team and do not play a Fall sport please bring in your PSAL Medical form by next Friday.

You can find the medical form on my 11th grade Global History website.

Email mtubridy@scholarsnyc.com with any questions.


HS: HS Cheerleading/Stunt Team

If you are interested in trying out for the Cheerleading/Stunt Team for the 2016-2017 year, you must have a PSAL medical form filled out by your physician. You can locate the forms on the PSAL website psal.org. Tryout dates are TBD but will take place in late October. The team this year will be both cheer and stunt combined so you will need to commit to both Winter and Spring seasons. If you have any questions you may email Mrs. Doran at jdoran@scholarsnyc.com.


HS: Model UN Interest Meeting

Anyone in grades 9-12 that is interested in joining the Model UN, please report to a meeting in room 311 after 9th period at 3:35pm.


HS: HS Film Club

The high school film club will be meeting today in room 301 during period 6. If you are interested in writing, editing, directing, acting, or crafting props and scenery, come join us!

If you have questions, you can e-mail Mrs. Bloomfield (DBloomfield@scholarsnyc.com) or Ms. Konsker (AKonsker@scholarsnyc.com).



 

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AM HR 8:00-8:10 1 8:00-8:45
1 8:12-8:57 AM HR 8:48-8:58
2 9:00 – 9:45 2 9:00 – 9:45
3 9:50 – 10:35 3 9:50 – 10:35
4 (LUNCH) 10:40 – 11:25 4 10:40 – 11:25
5 11:30– 12:15 5 11:30– 12:15
6 12:20 – 1:05 6 12:20 – 1:05
7 1:10 – 1:55 7 1:10 – 1:55
8 2:00 – 2:45 8 2:00 – 2:45
9 9 2:50 – 3:35
10 10 3:35 – 4:20
11 11 4:20 – 5:05

 

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Vision Statement: To engage the entire Scholars’ Academy Community in cultivating and celebrating well rounded scholars and citizens equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to pursue success and happiness in the 21st Century

Mission Statement: To prepare for college and careers of the 21st Century

Theory of Action: To leverage technology to enhance student learning through increased efficiency and communication

Teacher’s Creed ( by Principal Brian O’Connell)

First, I will do no harm: not to body, not to mind, not to attitude, not to confidence, not to dreams, not to trust.

I will inspire, foster curiosity, engage, question, challenge, coach, and counsel.

I will engage students with and raise awareness of facts and known truths spanning history and cultures in order to teach students how to think in order to question facts and prove the new truths of tomorrow.

I will help students think and act with honor, ethics, and respect.

I will prepare all students to find what possibilities exist within their beings so they may pursue their potential and independently discover their respective roles in society.

I will be an educator:  one who draws forth the strengths of students to be independent, informed, productive, and participatory members of society.

Scholars’ Academy Instructional Focus 2016-2017

 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT WILL INCREASE THROUGH TEACHER-DESIGNED LEARNING TASKS THAT ENGAGE STUDENTS WITH LEVEL 4 DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE QUESTION PROMPTS AND DISCUSSION TECHNIQUES.

 

Comprehensive Education Plan Goals 2016-2017

Rigorous Instruction CEP Goal 

CEP Goal #1:

By June 2017, teachers will plan and enhance rigorous instructional tasks within each lesson plan to improve Questioning and Discussion Techniques which will result in at least 50% of all teacher observation evaluations scoring Highly Effective (HE) in Danielson Competency 3B (Questioning & Discussion Techniques.

Supportive Environment CEP Goal

CEP Goal #2:

By June 2017, the Scholars’ Academy will enhance the school-wide Comprehensive Advisory Program to support the social, emotional and academic well-being of students as individuals, learners and members of the community through six advisory sessions resulting in at least 85% of students who agree or strongly agree with the three survey questions that pertain to students getting to know other students, teachers connecting to students cultures/backgrounds, and teachers notice when students are upset or have emotional difficulty.

Collaborative Professional Learning CEP Goal

CEP Goal #3:

By June 2017, the Scholars’ Academy will implement a comprehensive collaborative professional learning plan that supports teacher readiness to engage in at least 3 advisory sessions, 3 collegial lesson study cycles, and a minimum of 4 subject team specific sessions designed to impact teacher use of questioning and discussion strategies via improved lesson task design and data analysis. This will result in 50% of teachers rated Highly Effective in Danielson Competency 3b, an increase of 3% from the 2015-2016 school year.

Effective School Leadership CEP Goal

CEP Goal #4:

By June 2017, the leaders of six teams, critical to Scholars’ Academy functioning, will engage their respective teams in at least 3 Cycles of Learning protocol sessions on team-specific Problems of Practice which will enhance inter-school communication, ownership, and accountability.

The six teams are:

  1. Professional Learning
  2. School Safety
  3. College and Career Readiness
  4. Advisory (Task Force)
  5. School Implementation (Supporting Students with Varying Learning Styles), and
  6. Pupil Personnel

The leader from each of these teams will share data points with Cabinet and SLT at three checkpoints throughout the year and bring feedback to their teams to continue the Cycles of Learning process.

Strong Family and Community Ties CEP Goal

CEP Goal #5:

By June 2017 the Scholars’ Academy will conduct four events planned to enhance Strong Family and Community Ties.

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