In accordance with an agreement between the DOE and the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, all individually school-created websites (those that are not hosted on schools.nyc.gov) must be accessible to persons with disabilities by the end of 2020. Additional instructions and a more detailed timeline will be shared in a future edition of Principals’ Weekly.
You must ensure that the “Statement on Accessibility” below is posted on the homepage of your school’s website by March 31, to inform people with disabilities that they may request that the webmaster or other appropriate person provide access to online information or functionality that is currently not available. For questions, email@example.com.
Statement on Accessibility: We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact [firstname.lastname@example.org] to request assistance.
Check out Arts Connection's showcase of Shell Bank's Performance.
Hope you are having a great summer!!!
I am letting you know that you can apply for school lunch starting today. Please note that even if your child does not eat lunch, each student that attends NYC public schools must fill out an application. This will save time at the beggining of the school year for both us and you. Please fill it out today with the attached link.
Math teacher Elaine Elfond is serious about Algebra. but she's also happy to embrace her inner nerd and theater geek for the sake of school spirit. The energetic Elfond is a force at Shell Bank Junior High School in Brooklyn where she teaches eighth grade and regents math. Elfond has been nominated for a Daily News Hometown Heroes in Education award.
In our effort to eliminate fashion competition our school is implementing a dress code "Dress for Success". No screen t-shirts, tank tops, short shorts or skirts. Skirts and shorts are to be worn below the knee.
On Tuesday, March 24th, at 2:05 we will be having our first annual staff vs. student hoop battle. To participate in this basketball shootout, you must have 25 SOAR bucks and 3 teacher recommendations. Parents are invited to attend.
The students with the top 5 videos got to go behind the scenes at NBC studios. We visited the famous "30 Rock," saw the newsroom, the control room, the graphic design team, and the cameramen. They were very kind and informative, taking the time to answer our questions and tell us all about their jobs. We didn't see any celebrities, but we got to see the SNL studio, Meredith Viera's studio, and we did the weather report on the green screen! We learned a lot, and had a lot of fun.