Hello SMS families! I hope you have had a fun “Halloweekend.” SMS has had an eventful week, including Halloween door decorating at the high school, HS student government events:
the K-8 Halloween Party,
a joint Harvest dance between SMS and Hunter High School for Science,
MESSAGE FROM THE PTA:
Please send your PTA Annual Contributions by 10/31. Thank you to all who have already contributed, we have made great strides! Let’s keep up the momentum to reach our goals in these final days of October.
High School: Any Advisory to reach 100% receive Out Lunch Pass!
Middle School: First Advisory to reach 100% gets their choice: elevator privileges OR Cupcake Party OR Pizza Party
Lower School: First class to reach 100% receives Cupcake Party!
MESSAGE TO SMS FAMILIES FROM SEAN AND SANDRA:
Hello SMS families! Please see the message below from Sean Hartley and Sandra Noreen….
All SMS families who will have a child going through the assessment process for admission to the school grades K-8 are recommended to attend an information session with Sean Hartley, Chair of the K-2 Admissions, and Sandra Noreen, Dean of Music, on Friday, November 9, at 8:30 in Room 401.
We will discuss what you can expect in the admissions process, and you can ask any questions you may have.
If you are unable to attend, please email Sean Hartley: email@example.com
Sandra Noreen & Sean Hartley
Advance screening of GREEN BOOK at AMC Empire 25: Tuesday, October 30th at 7:00PM. You will be placed on the VIP list which will grant you access to the reserved seating section. Please RSVP to Lisa Stump by 3pm Monday.
Women In Science and Engineering (W.I.S.E.) is a free annual symposium, founded by Poly Prep Country Day School educators, Fleurette Turkenkopf and Jamie Nestor. Since it began in 2012, the one-day conference has inspired NYC middle and high school girls to pursue science and engineering and has introduced them to a wide range of career options in STEM fields. Each year, girls from all over the tri-state area descend on the beautiful Poly campus in Brooklyn for a day of inspiration and creativity. They meet accomplished women who work in STEM fields and enjoy a day of hands-on experiences in a variety of workshops specifically designed for grades 5-12. In the workshops, girls collaborate to solve problems using creative design processes. Run exclusively by women, the girls who participate in W.I.S.E. are able to see themselves in the program’s leaders. They leave empowered with the confidence to pursue higher education in STEM and a better understanding of a wide range of career opportunities they may pursue.
Click here for more information: http://www.polywi
College Scholarships: If you are interested in the College Board’s new scholarship opportunities, click here for more information.
Queens: Monday, 10/29/18: PS 110 43-18 97th Place
Brooklyn: Monday, 10/29/18: 104 Sutter Avenue
Brooklyn: Tuesday, 10/30/18: PS 69 63302 9th Avenue
Staten Island: Thursday, 11/1/18: Space Shuttle Columbia School, 11 Marsh Avenue
Manhattan: Thursday, 11/1/18: Anna Silver School, 166 Essex St
CEC3 High School Admissions Committee Meeting
Thursday, November 1st at 6:30 PM
Joan of Arc Complex, 154 West 93rd Street – Room 204
CEC3 Equity & Excellence Committee Meeting
Thursday, November 1st at 6:30 PM
Mott Hall II, 234 West 109th Street