As of now, we are scheduled to run Regents Review Courses this weekend, Sat, Sun, and Mon (see session times below). In the event we must cancel Sunday, (1/20) due to the weather, we will send out a cancelation message tomorrow. Keep checking your pupil path email for updates.
Saturday@Hillcrest: Jan 19 SESSION 1 – 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM, SESSION 2 – 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Regents Marathon: Jan 20, 21 SESSION 1 – 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM, SESSION 2 – 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
English Regents Review
CC Algebra Regents Review
Algebra 2 / Trig Regents Review
Living Environment Lab / Reg. Rev.
Earth Science Lab / Reg. Review
Global History Reg Review
US History Reg Review
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Attention all Parents!
Submit your 2018-2019 Family Income Inquiry Form (formerly known as lunch application as soon as possible) online at www.myschoolapps.com
Hillcrest High School
A reminder to all students and families regarding morning entry:
Students who have a first period class, the start time is 8:02 am. You should arrive NO LATER than 7:30 am
Students who have a second period class, start time is 8:53 am. You should arrive NO LATER than 8:30 am.
Please Note: Students who start period 2 will not be able to enter the building before 8:30 am, so please plan accordingly.
Hillcrest High School
Supporting All of Our Students
Hillcrest High School, the DOE and the Mayor’s Office are committed to protecting the right of every student to attend public school, regardless of immigration status, national origin, or religion. The United States Supreme Court has also recognized the importance of public education for all students, including undocumented students. Your child is our top priority, and we will do everything in our power to protect that right and ensure all students get a quality education, regardless of immigration status, national origin, or religion. Please see the attached letter from the Chancellor and the FAQ.
Dear parent/guardian, As you know, Hillcrest High School is committed to fostering the highest quality learning experience for its students. As one example of this commitment, the Department of Education (DOE) has partnered with Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS), a national non-profit education organization, to examine and develop the learning culture within our schools and develop strategies to increase student participation in challenging high school coursework. Our partnership with Lead Higher is in support of Mayor De Blasio’s Equity & Excellence agenda, in particular with the AP for All initiative. To support the goals of EOS and the Lead Higher initiative, we will be encouraging all students to participate in a brief survey sometime before the Thanksgiving holiday. Survey questions will address students’ views on their coursework, their school experience, and the ways in which our school supports their educational goals. Results will only be used to identify students who are prepared for more challenging coursework, and to build upon academic supports for students now and in the years to come. We will also share photos of our students with EOS to develop Student Insight Cards. The Student Insight Cards provides a multiple-measures approach for informing the important conversations that help students recognize their greater potential. The Student Insight Cards will provide school leaders and other relevant school personnel with information for recruitment efforts to identify students who will most likely benefit from an AP course. If you have not yet completed the DOE’s “Consent to photograph, film, or videotape a student for non-profit use“ please complete the form included with this letter and return it to the school. We foresee only positive benefits for your son/daughter and are excited to gather data that will enable us to better prepare all students to succeed in reaching their educational and professional goals. If you have any questions or concerns about the survey, or the partnership more generally, please do not hesitate to contact the school Principal, Mr. Morrison at email@example.com. We look forward to partnering with you to ensure that students have an opportunity to engage in rigorous academic courses that support them in their pathway towards college. Sincerely, Equal Opportunity Schools and Office of Equity and Access