Web Link Descriptions
- New York State Practice DMV Written Test
- Developmental Disabilities Identification Card Request Form – A new state law now makes identification cards available to New York State residents who have a medically diagnosed developmental disability. These cards are meant to be presented to law enforcement, firefighters, and emergency medical services personnel to aid in the communication process.
- Day and Night High School for Individuals Age 17-21
- Information About Influenza
- The Citizenship Project
- School Meals Application – Qualify for free meals and support school funding.
- Student Portal – Information to assist in student learning, including curriculum and instruction, student assessments, and homework aids.
- Parents & Families Portal – Visit the parent portal to access information about instructional programs, enrollment procedures, DOE rules and regulations, health and support services, as well as news and other resources.
- PupilPath – Skedula (Pupil Path) is used by the faculty to record and communicate student academic performance. Student grades on homework, in class assignments, examinations and formal assessments, cumulative grades, transcript records, and other information are available. Families are mailed login information at the beginning of the school year.
- Naviance – is a website that allows both students and parents to input and track all information needed to guide them to their post secondary choice.
- McKee Scholarship Links
- McKee Wellness
- Family Assessment
- Khan Academy
- Mental Health Resources
- Employment Opportunities
- SUNY Community College
- Sexual Harassment Prevention: Angelina Maser, Liaison – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Respect for All: Angelina Maser, Liaison – email@example.com and Michael Scotti, Liaison – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Medical Form
- Chancellor Letter on Immigration Final (Spanish)
- College Planning Guide and Naviance Log In
- Human Rights Initiative
- Immigration FAQ – Spanish
- NYC Well
- Parent Student Handbook
- Parent Microsoft Letter – English
- Parent Microsoft Letter – Spanish
- Office of Post Secondary Readiness
- Senior Dues Letter
- Social & Emotional (SEL) Resources for Students & Families
- Working Papers – Students should have these filled out along with doctors approval and hand them into Room 307 so they can work.
- Academic Integrity Policy 9.20.17
Extracurricular Activities Advisers
Coordinator of Student Activities (COSA)
Coordinator: Mr. David Sarno
National Honor Society (NHS)
Advisors: Ms. Baftjari/Ms. Morganti
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
Adviser: Lisa Curcio
Key Club is a student organized club that helps build character and leadership to the fellow students through attending various community service events in our community. It is an International club that branches out to countries such as South Korea, Canada, Britain, and so many more.
Work Based Learning
Adviser: David Sarno
Work-based learning (WBL) is a progressive, multi-year sequence of instructional activities, within a real-world, work-related context, that allows students to build a bridge from adolescence roles in the classroom to adult roles in professional settings.
About Work Based Learning (WBL)
Description below provided by NYSED
Work-based learning (WBL) is the “umbrella” term used to identify activities which collaboratively engage employers and schools in providing structured learning experiences for students. These experiences focus on assisting students develop broad, transferable skills for postsecondary education and the workplace. A quality WBL program can make school-based learning more relevant by providing students with the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills learned in the classroom to real world situations.
Work-based learning is supported in the school and at the work site. While school-based learning focuses on academic and career and technical preparation as part of the classroom curriculum, work site learning occurs, away from school, in a business or community organization.
Work Based Learning at McKee
Work-Based Learning is one of five core elements required for a CTE program to be approved by the state. Each CTE Program is expected to have a sequence of activities offered in class or for credit as a required part of the CTE Program. The Sequence can also include non-credit experiences outside of class such as school projects, clinical experiences, or optional opportunities such as competitions or enrichment activities. All WBL activities must give students an opportunity to interact with non-school professionals from their CTE field of study. Work Based Learning related documents, such as timesheets, applications, payroll schedules, and more can be found here.