Attention: Changes to Immunization Requirements in New York State for 2016-17 School Year
- Students entering the 7th grade must receive one dose of MenACWY;
- Students entering the 12th grade must receive two doses of MenACWY, unless their first dose was administered at 16 years of age or older. If the student's first MenACWY was administered at 16 years of age or older, then only one dose will be required.
- Please read the attached letter from the Chancellor and the Department of Health as well as Frequently Asked Questions. The letter has been translated as well for families. You may also visit http://www.immunize.org/vis/vis_meningococcal_mcv_mpsv.asp for more information.
Stop & Shop A+ Rewards
Welcome back to the start of a new school year and to a new year of A+ School Rewards!
Beginning October 7, 2016, I.S. 24 (ID#: 06595) has the opportunity to participate in and earn CASH from A+ School Rewards, a great fundraising program run through your local Stop & Shop!
Please click on the link for more information: Stop Shop Letter 2016-17
Beat the Streets
Our Beat The Streets Wrestling Program will begin on Thursday, September 15th. You may print a permission slip here and read the parent letter. Practice will be held on Wednesday's and Thursday's in the Gymnasium from 2:45-4:15pm. Transportation will not be provided and you must arrange for how your child will get home. Students should have sneakers, shorts and a t-shirt for the first practice as well as sneakers. The program will provide wrestling shoes and a t-shirt after the first two practices. Learn more by visiting www.btsny.org.
Please contact Mr. Gilberto, AP with any questions at 718-982-4700 x4141
Please click on the links for the permission slip and parent letter:
Dress Code Letter to Parents
Please click on the link to read a letter about our school dress code.
Achieve NYC: A Complete Guide to New York City Public Schools, has the most current information regarding the City’s public schools. The guide contains: important dates, details about enrolling in City schools, who to speak to in schools when you have concerns, grade-specific learning expectations, transportation options for students, and how to obtain financial aid for college. Use the link below for a web version of the guide.