8th Grade Teachers
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Apr 2020Parents Association Executive Board Meeting – 04/06/2020SLT Wellness Council – 04/07/2020School Leadership Team Meeting – 04/07/2020Spring Recess – 04/09/2020 - 04/18/2020Parents Association General Meeting – 04/23/2020
May 2020Parents Association Executive Board Meeting – 05/11/2020SLT Wellness Council – 05/12/2020School Leadership Team Meeting – 05/12/2020Parents Association General Meeting – 05/21/2020Memorial Day – 05/25/2020
Jun 2020SLT Wellness Council – 06/02/2020School Leadership Team Meeting – 06/02/2020Anniversary Day – 06/04/2020Parents Association Executive Board Meeting – 06/08/2020Clerical Day – 06/09/2020Parents Association General Meeting – 06/18/2020Last Day of School – 06/26/2020
All MS 915 students are given ms915brooklyn.org accounts, from which they can send and receive email and log into their Google Classroom accounts.
Teachers post assignments and resources, and sometimes ask or allow students to submit assignments, through Google Classroom. Students can post comments to teachers with questions regarding assignments, upcoming quizzes/tests, or resources.
MS 915 Students are provided with a Pupil Path account in order to access their grades and schedule. Pupil Path may be accessed by web or companion mobile apps. Please contact your child’s advisory teacher to obtain login credentials.
School starts at 8:20 am with a grace period of 5 minutes. Students who arrive at the school later than 8:25 will be marked late. You may sign up to obtain text message alerts for your child’s arrival time. Please complete the following form to request access: https://www.ms915brooklyn.org/CAASS-opt-in
|Period||Start||End||Class Time||Change Time|
|1||8:25||9:10||45 min||2 min|
|2||9:12||9:57||45 min||2 min|
|3||9:59||10:44||45 min||2 min|
|4||10:46||11:31||45 min||2 min|
|5||11:33||12:18||45 min||2 min|
|6- lunch||12:20||1:05||45 min||2 min|
|7||1:07||1:52||45 min||2 min|
|8||1:54||2:40||45 min||2 min|
Two times each year, MS 915 students engage in a deep, two-week study of one of our planet’s problems. Students read, talk to experts in the field, interact with the community, and visit some of the many cultural, historical, and educational institutions of New York City. Our exploration units make learning real and meaningful for our students and help us achieve our goal of preparing students to be creative and critical thinkers who have a positive impact on our planet.