Join the Office of Adult Education for an Informational Webinar on courses offered in Adult Education, how to enroll prospective students, and to learn more about the opportunities available at Adult Ed for your communities.
Access Schools will be hosting monthly webinars on School and Program Offerings. Please share this flyer with all school cousnelors and any school support staff such as attendance teachers and others who have direct contact with students and families.
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The New York Historical Society offers a FREE program to prepare permanent residents for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) naturalization exam. Engage parents and strengthen community ties by bringing this grant-funded program into your school. The 24-hour interactive program covers all 100 civics questions and includes preparation for the naturalization exam.
To attend The Citizenship Project, please click here.
Our chorus teacher Ms. Shikowitz and our math teacher Ms. Soberman had the opportunity to see a live taping of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this week. They were invited because they are both finalists in in the Big Apple Awards. They were nominated by our school community, then had to submit essays, recommendations, and a video interview. Finally, they were observed in March by outside DOE administrators. Thank you to Ms. Soberman’s students who nominated her, and to Halsey parent Tanessa Cabe, who nominated Ms. Shikowitz. *Fun fact: Ms. Shikowitz and Ms. Soberman are NOT the same person! They are often confused for each other by students, staff, and parents 😊
When Ms. Butera puts on an event you know its going to be top notch. The 2nd Annual Family Fitness Night was a HUGE success. There was double dutch station, kickboxing instructor, yoga instructor, and volleyball. We had a great turnout and everyone had fun while getting in some good exercise.