MSC Monday Blast!

Blast Includes:
  • Grades 6, 7 & 8: iLearn
  • 7th & 8th Grade: Two Open Houses this week
  • MSC Volunteers! Come learn how you can get involved!
  • Public school parent ideas for spending infrastructure money in schools
  • Click here to read the Chancellor's Letter
ILEARN (GRADES 6, 7 & 8)

iLearn is up and running for Grades 7 & 8.
iLearn for Grade 6 will be up by the middle of the week.

 
FOR 7TH & 8TH GRADE

Dear 7th and 8th Grade Families:

Please remember there are two important open houses this week, Beacon School will host their first Fall Open House on Sept. 30th from 4:30-7:00 PM.  Session will be capped at 2500 people so be sure to arrive early!

Location:

Beacon School

227 West 61st Street

New York, NY 10023


The High School for American Studies at Lehman College will host their only Open House on Sept. 30th 5:30-7:30PM.

Location:

Lehman College Performing Arts Center
2925 Goulden Avenue
Bronx, NY   10468

*** No registration is required for either school open house! ***
MSC VOLUNTEERS!
Come learn how you can get involved!


Curious about what events are coming up this season?  Want to know where you can help?  Come check out our event table on Tuesday September 30 and Thursday October 2. A table with committee heads will be in the lobby for two days during drop off. You will meet committee members of the Annual Appeal team,  Grand Parents and special Friends Day teamPhoto day team and the Scholastic Book Fair team.  

You will be able to get information about each event and how to help. 
Stop by and sign up.


We will be hosting these informative volunteer opportunity fairs quarterly.
Public school parent ideas for spending infrastructure money in schools
 
This is a great opportunity for public school parents – whether they live in the district or send their children to school in the district (59th st to 96th st) – to give their ideas for how to spend tax dollars to improve the infrastructure around our schools. Does your school need computers, a library, gym or auditorium upgrade, a garden space, a safer playground or want to renovate a school yard – these are all participatory budgeting ideas and we hope you will come and submit your idea for consideration. You can attend any one of the listed Neighborhood Assemblies to submit an idea!