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Welcome back from your Spring break. Marking period 1 of this third trimester ends Friday, May 6th, 2016. Reports Cards will be ready for distribution and mailing on Friday May 13th, 2016.


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Bell Schedule:

All students are expected to be in class at their scheduled time.  Students are mandated for period 1.

Flushing Campus

Period
Mon / Wed / Fri  Tues / Thurs
8:30-9:45 8:30-9:45
2 9:36-10:41 9:36-10:41
3 10:42-11:47 10:42-11:47
4
11:48-12:53  11:48-12:53
Power
Hour

12:54-1:37
5
12:54-1:59 1:38-2:43
6 2:00-3:05 2:44-3:49

Jamaica Campus:

Period
Mon / Wed / Fri  Tues / Thurs
9:00-10:05 9:00-10:05
2 10:06-11:11 10:06-11:11
3 11:12-12:17 11:12-12:17
4
12:18-1:03
(Lunch)
12:18-1:03
(Lunch)
Power
Hour

1:04-1:47
5
1:04-2:09 1:04-2:09
6 2:10-3:15 2:54-3:59

Saturday
- Enrichment Program
- College Now

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the new "4+1" pathway assessment option

Under the new “4+1” pathway assessment option students must take and pass four required Regents Exams or Department-approved alternative assessments (one in each of the following subjects: English, math, science, and social studies) and a comparably rigorous assessment for the fifth required exam to graduate. The fifth assessment required for graduation may include any one of the following assessments:
• Either an additional Regents assessment, or a Department approved alternative, in a different course in Social Studies or in English (Humanities Pathway); or
• One additional Regents Examination in a different course in mathematics or science or a Department-approved alternative (STEM Pathway); or
• A pathway assessment approved by the Commissioner in accordance with §100.2(f)(2) of the Commissioner’s regulations (which could include a Biliteracy [LOTE] Pathway); or
• A CTE pathway assessment, approved by the Commissioner in accordance with §100.2(mm), following successful completion of a CTE program approved pursuant to §100.5(d)(6) of the regulations (CTE Pathway); or
• An arts pathway assessment approved by the Commissioner in accordance with §100.2(mm) (Arts Pathway).
The 4+1 pathway option is effective beginning with students who first entered grade 9 in September 2011 and thereafter, or who are otherwise eligible to receive a high school diploma in June 2015 and thereafter.

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