Dear HSLPS Community!Here's our latest issue of our school newsletter, which has been created with much love and enthusiasm for the enjoyment of our school community. We truly hope students, families, and other community individuals can all enjoy it!Please contact Mr. Brens at email@example.com for any questions, comments, etc.H.S. 467M
COMPLETE SCHOOL SURVEY NOW!!
Dear HSLPS Families!
The School Survey is NOW available for families to share their school experience. This is extremely important for our school for us to learn how we are doing and to better serve you and your child. Please take some time to fill it out .
See flier for details on how to complete this SURVEY. If you need any assistance, please reach out to Mr. Brens at (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mr. BrensH.S. 467M
HBCU College Fair
The 28th Precinct invites you to its 1st (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) HBCU College Fair on June 5th, 2021 from 12pm-4pm in the rear of the 28th precinct 2271 8th Avenue (St. Nicholas btw W 122st & W 123rd St).
Learn about the different programs these illustrious colleges have to offer for new students. For more info, see flier attached!H.S. 467M
IMPORTANT: 2ND Marking Period Grades
Dear HSLPS Parents and Guardians,
Please read through this email as it contains important information regarding your child's academics.
On April 30th, the second marking period ended, and the final marking period, Monday, May 3rd. The grades that your child earns at the end of this final marking period will determine whether or not they pass the class and earn credit towards graduation. Our schools' grades are cumulative, therefore, if your child did not pass or earned a low grade in a previous marking period, they have the opportunity to improve their grades up during this last month and a half of classes. The last day of classes will be June 16th, 2021.
Report cards can NOW be accessed by logging into your NYC DOE Parent Portal, and via PupilPath by selecting 'Grades' at the left hand side of the screen, and clicking 'Report Card'. Once you are brought to the Report Card page, choose Marking Period 2. Printed copies of the report cards will be given to each student that attends school in-person, and a copy will be mailed to you shortly.
Any grade of NX indicates that the class was not passed and is a grade of incomplete. In order to bring that grade up to a passing score in those classes, your child must pass this last marking period (which started on Monday May 3rd), AND make up any priority assignments they may have missed.
Mr. Jovani Almonte - 10th and 12th Grade Counselor
Tel: 212-342-6130. Ext: 4076
Ms. Robin Fleischman - 9th and 11th Grade Counselor
Tel: 212-342-6130. Ext: 4074
If you do not have access to one of these platforms, please reach out to me (Mr. Brens) at email@example.com
Mr. BrensH.S. 467M
COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Survey for FamiliesH.S. 467M
College Assistance for Immigrant Students
The HSLPS Parent Association invites you to our monthly workshop on Thursday, May 6th, @6:00pm about:
"College Assistance for Immigrant Students" with Public Interest Attorney, Ms. Iris Ventura. This workshop will focus on helping immigrant families understand the college process and what options students have
Join us and bring your questions for us!
For any questions or access to workshop, please reach out to Mr. Brens at firstname.lastname@example.orgH.S. 467M
DOE Family Update
Dear HSLPS Families!
We would like to share with you the Department of Education (DOE) Family Update. These updates contain important and time-sensitive information for families. Please take the time to read as you may find helpful resources for you.
Attached are the English and Spanish version of the Family Update. Visit the website for other translations and more information: https://on.nyc.gov/2Pxes6nH.S. 467M
HSLPS Hiking Adventure
You can now join our Hiking Adventure Club to explore beautiful upstate New York together! Our next hiking trip will be on Saturday, April 17th which will be one moderate hike (3 miles).
For both occasions, we will meet at the Metro-North station at 125th St and Park Ave at 8:30 AM Saturday morning.
The following Hiking trip will take place on Saturday, May 1st, and we will have a more ambitious hike (6-7 miles). You do not want to miss these awesome opportunities.
If you are interested please email Ms. Polanco at email@example.com
*Please note dates will be subject to change due to weather conditions.H.S. 467M
"Meet The Writers"
Look who's coming to our school this SPRING!! We will be welcoming the amazing:
*Mahogany Browne, author of "Chlorine Sky" (Wednesday, April 7th, 2021)
*Jimmy Santiago Baca, author of "When I Walk Through That Door, I Am" (Tuesday, April 13th, 2021)
*Junot Diaz, author of "Drown" (Tuesday, April 23rd, 2021)
Join us and meet these inspiring writers. For any questions and details, please contact Ms. Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't miss it!H.S. 467M
SCHOOL RE-OPENING & COVID-19 TESTING!!
See the attached letter for information about the school building re-opening schedule and the required consent for mandatory in-school COVID-19 testing. Available translations of family letters at: https://cutt.ly/hzxyXzm
NOTE: Consent forms MUST BE submitted first day of in-person attendance.H.S. 467M
GRADUATION DAY - CLASS OF 2021
Join us in celebrating as the graduating Class of 2021 at the High School for Law and Public Service GRADUATES!!!
Students will have an in-person graduation on our school field.
Commencement ceremony will start at 9:00AM SHARP!!!H.S. 467M
As a school, we make the following PACTS:
We believe that learning is a lifelong and engaging endeavor; therefore, both students and teachers are active learners.
Our school community strives for excellence through a rigorous, innovative, student-centered curriculum. Students develop analytical skills to become critical and independent thinkers.
We are dedicated to providing the members of our learning community with a nurturing and safe environment, wherein mutual respect and cultural diversity is honored.
Learning is best when it is interactive and collaborative. Teachers, administrators, parents, and caregivers work together to develop mature, mindful, and responsible individuals.
We value learning that occurs beyond the classroom, therefore, we provide students with opportunities to become invested in their communities through service learning.