November 7, 2019
Girls Basketball Interest Meeting
There will be a Girls Basketball interest meeting, tomorrow morning (11/8/19) at 7:45am, in the auditorium. 
 Manhattan Youth Update
Fall after-school trimester ends Friday, November 22nd
The winter after-school trimester begins Monday, November 25th
The winter schedule will be released later this week to begin planning!

6TH GRADE DANCE
AND
4:15PM (FIRST PERIOD) FRIDAY DISMISSAL

Dear Wagner Families,

Tomorrow is the 6th grade dance! Woohoo!!!

As a reminder,  after-school will be dismissing early tomorrow, November 8th. Students not attending the 6th grade dance, will be dismissed at 4:15pm. There will be no second period.

Classes offered this Friday will be Movie Club and Game Room. All other classes will be canceled.  

Please let me know if you have any questions. 


Thank You! 

Marylyne Myrthil
Program Director 
Manhattan Youth After School
Robert F. Wagner JHS 167
email:  mmyrthil@manhattanyouth.org
o: 347.846.0516
c: 917.715.0774
Table Tennis Tryouts
Table Tennis Team Tryouts:  Click here for the tryout schedule!
Scholastic Book Fair - Schedule Update
Update to eblast recently sent out: The daily schedule of the book fair will be 8:30am to 3:00pm, not 3:30pm.
PA Thanksgiving Snack Sale, 11/15
Get ready for next week's Thanksgiving snacksale. 
See flyer:  Thanksgiving_snack_sale_(1)_(1).pdf
Community Opportunities
includenyc provides suport for families who have a student struggling in school. 
Tel: 212-677-4660//Text: 646-693-3175//Website: INCLUDEnyc.org
  • What: Homework help line for students, run by classroom teachers
  • Where: Call 212-777-3380 or visit  DialATeacher.org
  • Hours: Monday - Thursday, 4—7 p.m. when school is in session
  • Languages spoken: Armenian, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian-Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Tagalog.
  • Download Dial-A-Teacher fliers in  English and in  Spanish

A brief history

The Dial-A-Teacher program began in January of 1980. It was a pilot program in 17 schools in 8 districts. Five teachers were hired to field these questions with one teacher proficient in Spanish. Students throughout the city quickly began to use the program to get help with homework problems that stumped them. By 1986, the program expanded to include all elementary schools in the city through funding by the NYC City Council. The UFT provided a large space where the newly hired staff of 45 teachers could work. Hundreds of texts and reference materials were bought and Dial-A-Teacher was now a world-class source of help for all the elementary students in the city.

As word spread to students that there was a telephone number that they could call to get free help with homework, the number of calls climbed steadily. Students in middle school and high school who were using the Dial-A-Teacher program since the third grade continued to seek this help. Dial-A-Teacher began hiring experts in advanced math and science to field these calls from older students.

Key staff

The director of the Dial-A-Teacher program is Anthony Harmon. Sean Blanks is the coordinator who assists in the day-to-day administration of the program. The office telephone number is 212-598-9205. You can use this number to arrange for workshops, to order materials, to schedule classroom visits or to get general information about the program. If you need to speak to the director, call 212-510-6338.



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