February 10, 2020
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1.   Reminder to parents: Mr. Eldridge is currently collected Senior Dues and Senior Cruise payments. Announcements have been made daily to students in the beginning of the year when flyers were sent home with all 8th graders. If you have any questions, please email Mr. Eldridge at: TEldrid@schools.nyc.gov

           General directions for Senior Cruise and Senior Dues payments: 
           Students are to bring all payments directly to Mr. Eldridge in room 324.                     Payments must be in a sealed envelope with your child's name, class and               event written clearly on the front of each envelope. *Please include                           payments for each event in separate envelopes. 
           The payment is $100 for Senior Dues and $100 for the Senior Cruise. 

2. Important Dates: 

  • Senior Graduation: June 23, 6pm, Hunter College
  • Senior Cruise: June 5th, 6pm, Spirit Cruises, Chelsea Piers

NYC Schools Account (MyStudent Account)

Overview NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is a web-based application that lets you to see your child’s academic and biographic information on any computer, phone, or tablet. The application is translated into nine languages other than English. In the account, you can see a child’s:  Attendance  Grades  Assessments (test scores)  Health information (Fitnessgram)  Schedule  Guardians  Enrollment history  Promotion Tracker  Graduation Tracker  Reading Level  Transportation

1. For those of you who have already created an account over the last few years, simply go to   https://mystudent.nyc/ to log in or select "Forgot password" if you have forgotten your password. The site will ask you for answers to the security questions/answers you selected when you created your account. 

2. For those of you who have NOT created an account, please email me your child's full name, grade and OSIS number and I will email you an account creation letter. 

3. Sharing Access to Your Child’s Information
You can now invite other adults who are associated with your child's school record to have their own account. You can invite relatives, the babysitter, a neighbor, or tutor, or a parent who lives in a different place, or anyone else who you feel it is important to share your child’s information with. However, as some of this information is kept private by schools, we ask you to consider carefully whom you will invite. You control how much or how little information you want to share with them. After signing in to your account, go to the Manage User Access page. Here you will see the adults you can share your child’s information with. You will need to provide your child’s Student ID number to the person you want to share the account with. Without that number, they will be unable to complete the account-joining process.

4. What Information Will I Have Access To? Each adult associated with your child's record is assigned the role of either a Custodial, Non-custodial, or Additional user. These roles determine how much of your child’s information they can see.
 As a Custodial user, you can see all information available in your child’s NYC Schools Account. Also, you can invite other adultsto view your child's information. In addition, custodial users can update their own cell phone numbers in the application to be contacted directly about emergencies.
 As a Non-custodial user, you can see most information in your child’s NYC Schools Account. Noncustodial users can also update their cell phone numbers in the application in cases of emergencies.
 As an Additional user, you can see information the child’s custodial parent shares with you.

5. Where can I find help on NYC Schools Account?
If you need assistance or have questions about navigating your account, contact your child’s school or call 311. You can also learn more by visiting the NYC Schools Account webpage at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/schoollife/support/nyc-schools-account-(nycsa).

6. I was invited to view a child’s information in NYC Schools Account. Now what?
You will need both the Account Creation Code and the child’s 9-digit student ID, which the child’s custodial parent must share with you. You will need both pieces of information in order to create an NYC Schools Account or add the child to your existing NYC Schools Account. The amount of information you see for the child depends upon the level of access the child’s custodial parent has granted to you. For any questions about the content or your access to a child’s NYC Schools Account, we encourage you to speak with the child’s custodial parent.

7. I used to have full access to the child’s information in NYC Schools Account, and now I see less information.
If your access to a child’s information in NYC Schools Account has changed, this is because of a change made by the child’s custodial parent.

Sheila Gonzalez-Liffey


 1. Muslim Volunteers for New York, Inc. is conducting its nationwide MV4NY Sweet Dreams Pajama & Book Drive from February 7th to 16th, to benefit underserved and at risk babies & children (0-16 years) served by two outstanding organizations,  “ Pajama Program” and  “Room to Grow”. The simple comfort that a pair of new pajamas provide and the escape that a lovely book offers is priceless to these children who are steeped in poverty and abandonment. 

Please join us in this wonderful opportunity to give back! You can contribute to this drive using the link below.


Yorkville Youth Athletic Association Winter Recess Sports Camp: For more information, email Coach Kiley at: kiley@yyaa.org. To register, Click here or Visit our website.

3. Camp Pride: A new one-week day-camp program for LGBTQ+ children and allies entering grades 6-12. See flyer. 


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