If you are taking the August Regents - BE PREPARED.
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SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENTS (for the grade you are going into in September 2015):
- Freshmen Reading Assignments Click Here
- Sophomore Reading Assignments Click Here
- Junior Reading Assignments Click Here
- Senior Reading Assignments Click Here
NYC SCHOOLS ACCOUNT
Earlier this month, NYC Schools Account was launched and offered a new way for parents and guardians to access key information about their children. In response to feedback, parents will be able to register for a NYC Schools Account online starting today June 24. Parents will now be able to create a NYC Schools Account by visiting http://schools.nyc.gov/myaccount on any computer or internet-connected device and following the instructions listed in a letter that be backed home by the student.
Please ensure that you send the letter to parents regarding this between Wednesday and Friday of this week.
This new process is a simple and secure pathway and comes with the following steps:
- Principals Print Letters to Parents: Beginning today, the letters will be available in ATS and held in the school’s printer queue. If you did not receive the letters in the printer queue or need to re-print a letter, you can access PDFs of letters addressed to each parent on the Principals’ Portal. This letter will contain all of the information that is need for a parent to register online with NYC Schools Account.
- Backpack Letters Home to Parents: After the letters have been printed, distribute the letters during class and backpack them home to parents by June 26.
Please note that parents may still visit a school and provide their photo identification, their personal email address, and their child’s student ID number in order to create an account. As a reminder, registration is voluntary, and a school is only required to register parents or guardians who are interested in creating an account this June. Additional registration opportunities will be available over the summer and in the fall.
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Please be advised that all students are expected to come to school properly dressed. Short-shorts, sleeveless shirts, bare midriff shirts, miniskirts, or other unsuitable attire may cause students to be removed from class. Specifically, students in violation of the above will be sent to the Guidance Counselor until the situation is corrected.
All students must wear suitable clothing and must be appropriately dressed. McKee High School is a place of learning, and the wearing of any clothing that may be disruptive to the learning process, or be incompatible with cleanliness and decency, will not be tolerated.
Students are reminded that, with the exception of gym classes or other authorized activities, school policy requires that while on school property:
§ Shirts (sport, polo, or regular) should be worn at all times (No revealing
tank tops, halters, or tube tops).
§ See-through shirts/blouses are not acceptable.
§ Miniskirts, short-shorts, and gym shorts should not be worn.
Students, who are not in compliance with the dress code, will be stopped and sent to the Guidance Office and Parents will be notified.
This policy has been established for and on behalf of the students of McKee High School and it is expected that every student will cooperate.
Free Classes on Mondays,Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00pm-9: 00pm
St. George Adult Education Center
450 St. Mark's Place
Staten Island, New York 10301
(All classes are taught by certified teachers)
Class Offerings: Basic Education
High School Equivalency
English for Speakers of other Languages
You must be 21 years of age or older to register for classes.
Classes are scheduled to begin on Tuesday, July 2, 2015
Registration Dates are :
Monday, June 15th, 2015
Tuesday, June 16th, 2015
Thursday, June 18th, 2015
To register for classes:
• Please be on time, registration starts at 6 pm .
• Please be prepared to stay f rom 6 pm to 9 pm .
• Please bring a number 2 pencil and a pen .
McKEE HIGH SCHOOL POLICY REGARDING ELECTRONIC DEVICES (cell phones, computing devices, portable entertainment)
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College Board Accommdations 2013.pdf
COLLEGE BOARD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH IEPs
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