Month: June 2020
Class of 2024, we are so excited to welcome you to the Baruch community! We know it is a hard adjustment given the circumstances, though we hope these videos will help make the adjustment to high school a bit easier!
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Here are the slides from the orientation:
We Want To Hear Your Voice!
Hello Baruch students and families!
We hope you are staying safe and healthy in this unprecedented time.
We wanted to inform everyone that as per all of our meetings, Baruch’s final SLT meeting of the 2019-2020 school year will be taking place this week and we would love to see you! The SLT (Student Leadership Team) meeting is available to all Baruchains and/or families.
Here are the details/agenda:
What: SLT Meeting
When: Thursday, June 11th
Time: 5:00 pm
Who: Any Baruch community member may attend to listen and participate during the open comment period.
Join Microsoft Teams Meeting (click on the link for video)
+1 347-966-4114 United States, New York City (Toll)
Conference ID: 504 410 516#
1. Reflect on qualitative & quantitative data
2. Draft 2020-2021 CEP goals
Thank you for taking the time to read this- while I have been working with Donors Choose for many years, this is uncharted territory to request books shipped to my home where I individually wrap and mail them out to students- what a shift for us all, on every possible level.
My students all live in New York City but in varying settings and circumstances. While some have the means to compensate for what is lost in the classroom, many don’t have ready access to books and supplies.
As an English teacher, I’ve always believed that if kids have books, then anything can happen. It’s the least I can help with during these times.
For our summer reading, students will read short story collections of their choice, examining a particular author’s craft, style, and ability to shape meaningful characters and settings. In the fall, we will begin our curriculum, either near or far, by examining the specific elements of the short story as a unique genre.
Thanks so much,