Important Memo regarding bussing Sept 2020
Students will need to be dropped off at 8:30am and picked up at 3:00 until bussing resumes.
Deputy Superintendent of Finance and Operations: Richard Santiago
Please note: If you are choosing remote learning, you will have the option to have your child rejoin in-person teaching at the start of the second marking period. Student will be allowed to rejoin in person learning on Novemeber 9th.
If you missed our Q and A meeting on Thursday, August 27th at 5:30, please watch the recording to find the answers to your questions or feel free to read through the slideshow on your own.
A new question form will be posted within the next week in preparation for our next meeting.
If you missed the meeting on our reopening plan, please click link below:
Due to the continuously changing numbers to our remote learning group, we must hold off on sharing your child´s cohort. As we approach Oct. 5th, we will have a more concise list and can place students accordingly. Thank you for your patience at this time.
See below for your child´s class and teacher.
We hope all of our families are safe and well. We know that times like this can bring about uncertainties and we want to ensure all of our families that the Icahn Network along with administration and staff, are working to ensure a smooth and safe return in September for all.
ICS 5 Summary of Re-Opening Plan (updated 8/11)
For a more concise summary of the schools re-opening plan please click the link below.
Please click the link below for the FULL September 2020-2021 re-opening plan.
Seniors… Oh Yes You Can… You Earned it!!!
As I wrote when we originally had to close in March, no one expected this, we had no real warning and you did nothing wrong. Yet suddenly your entire life and the lives of your families were changed drastically with you being home every day. Of course, the real tragedy came to those who lost loved ones as a result of the virus. I am eternally proud and grateful to all our wonderful teachers, support staff, administrators, students and parents. I am truly honored to serve you!!!
So…in recognition of all your achievements in your grades before reaching 8th grade, and in recognition for the reports received from your teachers that you participated in “virtual learning” in your homes, and mostly because you are truly loved…
I have authorized a virtual graduation for our 8th graders. You will graduate in your homes.
Principals will make arrangements to have students pick up caps and gowns on a specific date and time in the entrance of their buildings.
Principals will also notify parents as to the date and time for students to return textbooks and computers, so that you may receive your final grades. Note: 8th graders must return all textbooks and computers before their records will be sent to the high schools.
Congratulations. It was a joy serving all of you and your parents. Please… do me one favor… when you find your place in the world and after you graduate college or enter the world of work… just make this world a better place.
With love and respect,