Weekly News for March 20th-24th
***Report Cards for the 3rd Quarter are available to view online on Gradelink.
***Pick up your printed copy of your report card, registration forms, and bus applications for the 2017-18 school year during parent teacher conferences in the basement main hall.
Parent Teacher Conferences:
March 21st: Night Session. Conferences will be between 5:30-7 PM.
March 22nd: 1/2 Day for all students. Conferences will be between 12-4 PM.
Conferences with Sr. Hend (Quran), Sr. Amany (Arabic), and Sr. Maryam (Sci/Tech) will be held in Annex #2 (300 Stuart Avenue Valley Stream, NY)
1. Tuesday, March 20th:
-Jump Bunch (N-KG)
-NO AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES
-NO CCA LUNCH
-Evening Parent Teacher Conferences (5:30-7:30 PM)
2. Wednesday, March 21ST:
-Half Day for ALL students.
Nursery and Pre-K Dismissal: 11:30 AM
KG-7th Grade Dismissal: 11:45 AM
*For both pick ups please remain in your car at all times. If you prefer picking up your child on foot, please park outside the lot.
3. Thursday, March 22nd:
-NO CCA Hot Lunch
-Multicultural Day presentation hosted by KG to Nursery and Pre-K between 10:45-11:30 AM in the basement main hall. Parents/guardians are welcome to join their child.
-After School Programs: Soccer Shots, HW Club and ELA/MAT Test Prep
Students are dismissed in the main basement hall between 3:50-4:00 PM.
4. Friday, March 23rd:
-NO CCA Hot Lunch
-Multicultural Day presentation hosted by KG to 1st and 2nd grade between 8:50-9:30 AM in the basement main hall. Parents/guardians are welcome to join their child.
-Multicultural Day presentation hosted by KG to 3rd-7th grade between 9:35-10:15AM in the basement main hall. Parents/guardians are welcome to join their child.
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