Tomorrow Thursday, September 16th, there will be NO SCHOOL because it is Yom Kippur Day (US HOLIDAY). We will resume all classes on Friday, September 17th. 

    Please feel free to reach out with any questions!

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    All students, families, visitors and DOE seeking to enter DOE buildings must complete a health screening before entering DOE facilities. This health screening must be completed on each day of arrival and results will reset at midnight of each day. Upon entering the facility you will be asked to provide the results of your screening either by showing your phone or a printout of the results.



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  • DOE Messages for Families, September 13 2021

    Happy First Day of School!! Here's the Welcome letter to Families from our Chancellor Porter with important information for our school communities!

    Check this website for other available translations and more details:

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  • Back-to-School Family Engagement Forums

    Back-to-School Family Forums: Registration is now open to staff and families in our school community, for all back-to-schools forums, led by executive superintendents, superintendents, and BCO staff. Please note that registration is not required to attend; both families and school staff can access a livestream feed at the time of the event.

    The forum is an opportunity to ensure that families have the information they need to confidently send their children to school in-person. Families can submit questions by completing the online registration. Note that interpretation will be available for the languages listed, as well as ASL services at every forum. Families can register for any one of the below forums online:

    • Spanish, Mandarin, and Cantonese languages available at the Manhattan forum on September 9 from 8pm-9pm.
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  • Welcome Message from Principal Mrs. Lev

    Dear HSLPS Family,

    I hope you and your loved ones are doing well. We are excited to welcome you back in the school building on Monday, September 13, 2021. Please read the following information in the attachment carefully and do not hesitate to contact our Parent Coordinator, Ricardo Brens, at, or me if you have any questions. 

    We cannot wait to welcome back all of our amazing students!!

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    The 22nd Commencement Exercises for the High School for Law and Public Service is taking place on Thursday, June 24th, 9AM-11AM.

    All members who would like to join us virtually can livestream the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony here:


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  • HSLPS School Newsletter

    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 for any questions, comments, etc.
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    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 (


    Mr. Brens

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  • 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!

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  • 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


    Mr. Brens

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