As part of the New York City College Access for All-Middle School initiative, your child may have an opportunity to visit a college campus to learn more about college culture. We are currently planning a trip for our 7th grade students to visit the Adelphi University Campus on January 16 or 22, 2020. During the trip, students will have an opportunity to tour a campus, learn about various departments, and participate in engaging activities. Tours will begin at 11:00 AM and end around 12:30pm. Lunch (pizza) will be provided when we return back to MS67 (Due to the intersession time, the campus dining area will not be available). The trip is free for our Grade 7 students, however space is limited. The first 96 students to submit this completed consent form will reserve a seat. Due to capacity limits at Adelphi, there will be two separate dates (January 16 or 22). If your child is interested and is one of the first 96 students to submit this form and the NYC DOE Chancellor Trip form (attached), he/she will be assigned to one of the two dates based on scheduling. Students need to also sign the Chancellor Trip form.
Our students and chaperones will be traveling by school bus, leaving school at approximately 10AM and returning to school at approximately 1PM. If you are interested in having your child attend, please submit this form to the main office as soon as possible. Seats will be reserved in the order that permission slips are submitted to the main office. Students will still be held to the standards of the NYC Discipline code while on the trip. Adelphi has requested that all student cell phones be turned off during the campus tour and to leave their book bags home. Students are also expected to dress appropriately.
School staff members will accompany students on each trip. Attendance in school is still mandatory for students not attending the trip. If you have any questions, please contact me.
If you are interested in purchasing a graduation ring from SMOOTH Sportswear, a representative from the company will be meeting with students during our 8th grade lunch/recess period in our school cafeteria tomorrow, Tuesday, October 22, 2019 to take ring measurements, orders and payments. Please see attached flyer HERE and letter HERE with additional details. Please note, checks or Money Orders must be payable to Smooth Sportswear.
Referring to my previous letter dated September
10th, since the Washington D.C. senior trip is
an overnight, out of the city trip, parents/guardians who are interested in
having their child attend must participate in a mandatory information session.
For your convenience, one early morning and one evening session was available
to choose from.
offer one final session on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019 at 9 AM in
our school auditorium. If a parent or guardian did not attend any one of the
information sessions, your child will not be able to attend this trip.
Please note the following key upcoming dates concerning the SHSAT and LaGuardia High School auditions:
October 10 is the deadline for:
Families to register for the SHSAT and LaGuardia High School auditions in the family-facing MySchools site, myschools.nyc.
Counselors to submit 504 Plans for students with existing 504 Plans who will be taking the SHSAT and/or auditioning for LaGuardia High School.
Non-public school staff to submit IEPs, IESPs, and any other documentation pertaining to testing accommodations for students who will be taking the SHSAT and/or auditioning for LaGuardia High School.
Test and audition tickets will be available approximately two weeks after the registration deadline. The High School Enrollment office will notify schools and families when tickets can be printed from MySchools. Tickets will include the test/audition date, arrival time, and location. In the meantime, families can review the test and audition dates in the Specialized High Schools Student Handbook: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/enroll-grade-by-grade/specialized-high-schools (links to the handbook in 10 languages are at the bottom of the page).
As a reminder, if you would like your child to participate in the senior trip to Washington D.C. in May, please plan to attend one of the following information sessions next week in our school auditorium:
see below for message from Mr. Lampoutis. A copy was backpacked home with your
child. PDF available HERE.
8th Grade Parent(s)/Guardian(s):
Welcome Back! I would like to take this opportunity at the beginning of the school year to outline some key dates concerning our graduating seniors. Please note the following 8th grade events on your family calendar:
(UPDATED**Evening information session for the Senior Trip has been moved to Monday, Oct 7th at 6pm.)
*Students who have received two “N”
or “U” Conduct Grades on their report cards any quarter, by two teachers or the
same teacher may not participate in the Senior Trip. If a student received a
level 3-level 5 code infraction based on the NYCDOE discipline code
(B-21-B-62), they will not be permitted to attend the trip. Additionally,
participation will be based on administrator’s discretion.
** Since this is an overnight, out
of the city trip, parents/guardians who are interested in having their child
attend must participate in one of the two information sessions. For your
convenience, one early morning and one evening session is available to choose
from. If a parent/guardian does not attend one information session, your child
will not be able to attend this trip.
Please note if any calendar
date/time needs to be changed, you will be notified immediately. As dates
approach, more detailed information will be communicated regarding each
If you have any questions, please
feel free to contact me by phone at (718) 423-8138 or by email at