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UPDATE Chancellor R. Carranza December 22nd.
Health Screening/OPT in for Text Messaging
Packet Redistribution & NYC SCHOOLS ACCOUNT CHALLENGE
Parent Workshop & Townhall
January 2021 Calendar
6 Grade Schedule
7th Grade Schedule
8th Grade Schedulle
NYC DOE Consent Form for Covid-19 Testing
However, Family Welcome Centers are operating remotely and staff are available to support by email, phone or video conference
Parent Coordinator's Corner
A special place for parents and guardians
The NYC Schools Account, is a NYC web-based application that lets you see your child’s academic and biographic information.
Cell Phone: 646-523-9833 Or by E-mail Nrodriguez38@schools.nyc.gov
School Leadership Team Meeting Schedule - 2020 - 2021
|October 21, 2020||
4pm - 7pm
November 9, 2020 - Town Hall - Chancellor
November 24, 2020
5:30 - 7:30pm
4pm - 7pm
|December 16, 2020||
4pm - 7pm
|January 13, 2021||
4pm - 7pm
|February 24, 2021||
4pm - 7pm
March 24, 2021
4pm - 7pm
|April 21, 2021||
4pm - 7pm
|May 19, 2021||
4pm - 7pm
|June 6, 2021||
4pm - 7pm
Senior's Board 2020-2021
ASPIRA After School Program
Aspira After School Program
718-991-7490 ext: 126
Application is available in English & Spanish
Katherine Gomez, Director
Lanaya Jeffer, Assistant Director
LaNaya Jeffers, Senior Group Leader
Collin Emanuel, Senior Group Leader
September 20, 2018
Dear Albert Einstein, Intermediate School 131 Family:
Hello! We would like to introduce ourselves and inform you about our role’s here at the school. My name is Kaychell English, and I am the Community School Director and I work alongside Shantae Blount who is my Assistant Community School Director. We service both Intermediate School 131 & Soundview Academy for Culture and Scholarship.
We are from the Community Based Organization ASPIRA of NY Inc. Working in partnership with the DOE, through the Office of Community Schools. NYC Community Schools Initiative focuses on six models which are Academics & Enrichment, Attendance, Family Engagement, School Environment, Health and Mental Health and Community Partnerships.
We offer Adult ESL Classes to our families. We have winter coats to families in need. Also, we have the connections to link families to organizations for anything you might need. Please, consider us your extra voice to support and advocate for you and your child.
Community School Team
Pink Friday & The Breast Cancer Walk 2019
Hall of Science Lego Exhibit
Grade 7th Apple Picking
Grade 8 Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Ferry
I.S. 131 Students Presented their Bench & Artwork at Washington Square Park
I.S. 131 Goes to the Yankee Game
I.S. 131 & Soundveiw Academy High School/College Fair
Graduation - Class Of 2019
Senior Dance - Class of 2019
D8 Kindness Award Tylar Moore Colston
Legacy Volleyball-Thank you Marcos Crespo
The Broadway JR. Einstein Player On Broadway
Watch Video---> https://youtu.be/yv4OgIjgNck
2018 Holiday Happening Show
Einstein Algebra Regents Mathletes @ Great Adventure 2019
District 8 Family Day
I.S. 131 parents taking CPR training
Family Field Trip to - American Museum of Natural History
I.S. 131 Goes to Broadway to See King Kong
I.S. 131 Goes to Broadway to see School of Rock the Musical
I.S. 131 Goes to Broadway to see Phantom Of The Opera
College Awareness Day
This event was created to encourage our 7th graders to begin thinking about college and their future careers. During College Week, teachers decorated their doors representing the colleges they attended and spoke to their classes to share their own college experiences and journeys. On Friday, January 11, 2019, College Awareness Day, we had two special guest presenters for our students. Former NHL hockey player, Mr. Ron Duguay from the NY Rangers spoke to our students about following his dream. He shared with our students the hard work and dedication he had to apply to be successful and happy throughout his career doing what he loved. Mr. Rich Bastar, known as B.A. Star from Funk Salsa Urban, a New York based Latin band, spoke to our students about his college experience and journey in becoming a musician. Rich not only performed for our students, but he spoke to our scholars and asked them questions to expand their mindset on college
College Awareness Day Pictures
The Einstein Players on Broadway
Hip Hop Assembly 2019 - Art Horizons
We are committed to improving the skills of all the members of our learning community. Every student at I.S. 131 has access to iReady which is specifically designed to improve ELA and Math skills for every grade level. Click the iReady link below to visit the web site to learn more. Students can use any device to connect to their account. Visit the Play Store for Android or the App Store for iPhone/iPad users and search for iReady. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Mr. Fischetto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The documents below are there to help answer any questions you may have throughout the school year. Please take the time to read the handbook which provides you with important information for I.S. 131. If you have any further questions, please contact us.
I.S. 131 Cell Phone Policy
Use of Cell Phone and Other Electronic Devices
I.S. 131 Policies
IS 131’s policy on cell phones and other electronic device policy remains unchanged. The new Regulation A-413 continues to stress that for all regular communication between parents, guardians and students, the Onsite School’s phone system must be used. Our school phone number is (718) 991-7490 and it must be used for all emergency communication. Additionally, there will be no tolerance for unauthorized cell phone use during the school day, and disciplinary interventions will apply as per Chancellor’s Disciplinary Code. While we recognize the reality of handheld devices in today’s society, we also affirm the need for our school to maintain safety for our students.
In short, students may have their cellphones on their person as long as they are turned off and out of sight. No use of such devices is permitted during school hours, including after school and Saturdays. Violation of this policy will result in confiscation and disciplinary consequences in accordance with the guidance interventions and disciplinary responses set forth in the Chancellor’s Discipline Code.
Regulation A-413 does allow students to bring electronic and digital devices to school for educational purposes. However, given the quantity of devices we have on site we highly recommend our students leave their devices at home. Our school will not secure nor provide protection for such devices, nor be held responsible for lost or misplaced items.
Key additional provisions of this policy include:
● Cell phones/electronic devices must be turned off before entering the school building.
● Once inside the school building, cell phones and electronic devices must not be visible under any circumstances.
● If a cell phone or electronic device rings, vibrates, or makes any noticeable sound, it will be confiscated.
● If a cell phone or electronic device is noticeably visible, it will be confiscated.
● Refusal to surrender a cell phone or electronic device is considered insubordination and will be addressed according to the Chancellor’s Discipline Code.
● In the event that parents/guardians contact their children via cell phone during school hours, a mandatory meeting with administration will be required; as such communication is highly disruptive to the educational process.
IS 131 requires your full co-operation with this policy.