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The following is the BSA Weekly Caregiver Newsletter for week of 1/25-1/29:
A Message from the Head of School
Dear BSA Community,
This week I wanted to share with you an article on Remote Learning Tips to help your child while learning at home. We know that these are stressful conditions for you and your child and we are here to help.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com if we can do anything to help at this time.
Announcement #1: Quarter 2 Reminders
Just a reminder that students will be taking mock Regents exams and have opportunities to make up missing assignments this week. Please check the schedule below and reach out to your student’s individual teachers for additional information.
Quarter 2 Reminders
Below is the remaining schedule for students. Now is the time to reach out to their teachers and make sure that they have submitted their assignments. Please make sure that your students complete their Quarter 2 final exams or projects and take their mock Regents exams. Students with IEPs will get their accommodations for their exams; Ms. Westbrooks will reach out with additional information.
|Semester 1 Marking Period Ends
Regular Class meetings end
|Mock Regent Exams Administered
Meetings with students can be set to encourage make up work
|Semester 2 classes begin||Teacher grades and recommendations for Credit Recovery are due||Report Cards are shared with Caregivers|
Mock Regents Exam Schedule
|Monday 1/25||Tuesday 1/26||Wednesday 1/27||Thursday 1/28||Friday 1/29|
|Freshman Take Algebra at 10AM||No exam||Freshman take Living Environment at 10AM||No exam||Sophomores Take Global History at 10AM|
Black History Month 2021
BSA welcomes caregiver ideas for Black History Month. This year’s theme is “Black Excellence and Resilience.” If you have celebration ideas or would like to volunteer to support activities during Black History Month, please email Ms. Westbrooks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrichment Opportunity for Families Saturday, 1/30/2021
INCLUDEnyc is hosting a virtual event for families this Saturday. The INCLUDEnyc Fair is New York City’s largest annual fair for young people with disabilities, where you can connect with summer camps, recreational programs, supports, and services from the safety and convenience of your own home.
Brazen’s online, cloud-based platform makes it easy and fun for you to participate. After registering, you’ll be able to explore the available information and opportunities and participate in 1-on-1 text-based, audio, or video chats with representatives from participating organizations. Get your questions answered and cultivate new opportunities for your child.
The INCLUDEnyc Fair sends an important message about inclusion and access for young people and their families who may not otherwise have known many of these programs were available to them.
The login information and details are below:
From the Dean of Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity