About Our Program
Students have an opportunity to participate in unique programming each afternoon for two hours that is combination between academics, including Regents review and enrichment. Students work on academics, teachers provide extra help in the areas of Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science. Students will also engage in health & wellness and positive youth development activities daily.
The purpose of the program being broken up into two sections is to utilize our resources to target instruction to specific groups of students. The first session will run October 16th – January 16th and the second session will run February 25th- June 13th. Classes will be offered Monday-Thursday from 3 – 5. We will primarily be focusing on math and ELA to improve our college and career readiness scores. Teachers, parents, and scores on previous assessments will be used to select students. Letters will be written and sent home to parents. Teachers will work together and monitor their instruction through common formative assessments. The administration will review lesson plans, results on the DBA’s, and conduct informal observations to ensure program effectiveness.
- ELA I.
- ELA II.
- ELA III.
- Algebra I.
- Living Environment
- Earth Science
- Global 10 & U.S. History
Enrichment courses and activities will be offered as an extension of our focus and seminar classes, as well as providing students with college ready skills.It's Monday to Thursday 3-5Session 1Start Date:Oct. 16, 2019End Date:Jan.16, 2020Session 2Start Date:Feb. 25, 2020End Date:June13, 2020
Day Hours Programming MONDAY 3:00-5:00 Young 3-4 Global 9, Grossi- Algebra 2/2, Tsembelis- Alegbra 1/2, Walter- Earth Science TUESDAY 3:00-5:00 Young 3-4 U.S. History, Grossi- Algebra 2/2, Walter- Biology WEDNESDAY 3:00-5:00 Young Global 10, Paonessa -ELA, Tsembelis-Geometry, Walter- Earth Science THURSDAY 3:00-5:00 Young 3-4 Global 9, Walter- Biology
Title I placement is recommended by grade level teachers. Any student is welcome to attend the program.