We have a new partnership with Yubbler to make school supply purchasing a breeze. Simply go to the Yubbler website for PS/IS 180, find your grade and buy the list in a few clicks. No need to hunt on Amazon or Rite-Aid and Staples and the prices are quite competitive. Best of all, Yubbler donates 50% of the profits back to the school! If you prefer not to use Yubbler, see below for the supply lists.
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As a reminder, PS/IS 180 is a uniform school. Click here for more details on the policy. You are free to buy any clothing that fits this policy but here are a few suggestions:
Primary - This is a new option for PK-5 that gives back to the school on all purchases
Land's End - The school code for PS/IS 180 is 900171455
Donnelly's - Codes (case sensitive) Boys: MSAW-205266 Girls: QAXD-938480
New Arrival Procedure
Although the school day officially starts at 8:00 am, students can arrive to school as early as 7:30 am. Classroom teachers will pick up students at exactly 8:00 each morning in the following locations:
Students in grades K-2 will assemble in the auditorium
Students in grades 3-5 will assemble in the gym
Students in grades 6-8 will assemble in the cafeteria
Think Pink Coffee Day!
Stop by the table in the lobby to make a purchase of donate to the Breast cancer Cause and or sign up for the Walk on October 15th 2017. During Curriculum NightHugo Newman College Preparatory School
PTC OPEN HOUSE CURRICULUM NIGHT
Come out to meet your child's teachers, see classrooms, Learn expectations for the school year. Understand curriculum etc.Hugo Newman College Preparatory School
PS 76 201 West 121st Street
CSD3 Principal's Forum AT PS 76
Community School District Principals Forum at PS 76 for Middle School. An opportunity to hear directly from Principals of Middle Schools. Ask question and get information to make informed decisions to complete a Middle School applicationHugo Newman College Preparatory School
SLT Team Meeting Room 224Hugo Newman College Preparatory School
Walk in to meet with your child teachers on any Tuesday from 2:30- 3:30 pm. NO appointment necessary. An opportunity made available to parents to conference regarding their child or children. If this times does not work for you please contact Parent coordinator to set up meeting with your child's teacher(s).Hugo Newman College Preparatory School
Message from Ms. Jeneca Parker, Interim Acting PS/IS 180 Principal
It is with great pleasure that I write this letter to you as the incoming Interim Acting Principal of PS/IS 180 Hugo Newman College Preparatory School. I am energized and deeply committed to making a positive difference in the lives of your children.
Over the next few months, I look forward to learning more about the history and rich traditions of our school and community. I come to PS/IS 180 with several years of experience as an Assistant Principal of curriculum and instruction at a special education high school. Prior to my service as an administrator, I served as an instructional coach and an elementary classroom teacher. I teach and I lead because I am committed to every student gaining the skills necessary to graduate and succeed in college. My core values are deeply rooted in promoting a culture of CARE: Collaboration, Arts & inquiry-based learning, Reflection, as well as Empowerment.
From my conversations with staff, parents, and community partners, it is clear that PS/IS 180 is a remarkable institution with caring adults who work tirelessly to support the academic and social/ emotional needs of all students.
- Identified as the greatest strength of this school is the reputation of excellence throughout the larger community. Second, the strong family and community partnerships are the heart of the school pumping vital life into the classroom and after-school programming. You all have asked that I protect and promote these essential qualities of our school. I pledge to you that I will.
- Identified as an opportunity for growth for us this year is increasing the student achievement level for all students on the NYS mathematics exam.
These strengths and challenges are priorities for us and exist as goals for our school in the Comprehensive Education Plan (CEP) which maintains our primary focus on student achievement. I will update you on these topics and our pathway to success at Curriculum Night on Tuesday, September 26th. Live jazz entertainment will be provided and light refreshments will be served.
PS/IS 180 has a history of great educational leaders. Rest assured that my goal will be to continue building on what others before me have worked so hard to achieve, and to use that strong foundation to move our school to the next level. Together, we will continue to be a beacon of light for public education in Harlem by providing outstanding educational opportunities and academic excellence for all.
If at any time during the year, you have questions or concerns, please call me or stop by.
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PTA (Parent Teacher Association)
2017-18 PTA Executive Board
President: Dennis Morgan
Secretary: Mary Vachon
Treasurer: Kurt Eldridge