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Tyrick Smith-Carter ("Mr. T")

Dear students, parents and members of the MS 358 community,

It is with my deepest sympathy that I inform you of the passing of Tyrick Smith-Carter aka “Mr. T”. Mr. T was struck by a vehicle on the morning of June 23rd and was found unresponsive. Mr. T embraced all of our core values at MS 358 and had a profound impact on everyone he interacted with. Please join me and send your prayers and thoughts to Mr. T’s family and the MS 358 family and community. We will honor Mr. T and his legacy as we close out the 2019-2020 school year by revising our virtual graduation with a tribute to him.
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School Closed Until 4/20/2020

Dear MS358Q Community,

As many as you have learned, school will be closed. The mayor announced that the earliest we will reopen will be Monday April 20th.

Teachers will be meeting to discuss how we can best support learning these upcoming weeks so there is no disruption in student growth. Please stay close to your email for any further updates. More information to come.
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Parent Teacher Conference Update

Since time is already held on school and parent calendars this week for conferences, Parent Teacher Conferences proceed Thursday, March 12 as planned. But, instead of convening them in person, we are asking you to participate virtually or by phone.
 Someone from our school will proactively contact you about participating in the phone or virtual conferences. If you are unable to connect virtually or by phone during the 3/12 afternoon and evening conference times, we can reschedule for a time that would be convenient for you.
 To get ready for the Parent Teacher Conferences, families can access their child’s grades through the New York City Schools Account (NYCSA). If you don’t have an account yet, visit:
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CS ED Week Parent Workshop

What?: Around the world, people are engaging with coding and programming during Computer Science Education Week from December 9 - 15. Learn how to program and code your own animation projects with MS358 Technology Teachers.
When?: Tuesday December 10 2019, 2:45 PM - 3:30 PM
Where?: Room 401
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High School Acceptance Update

Thank you for your patience with the Round 1 High School Application process. As of today, March 18, 2019, results are not available for families until after school hours. At that time, the Office of Student Enrollment will notify families by email and phone call that they can get their results from MySchools and in the mail. We understand that you may have questions or concerns and we will be able to support you with everything starting Tuesday March 19, 2019.

Participating in Round 2 is Optional: You should do this ONLY if they prefer a Round 2 program to your child’s Round 1 offer. If your child gets a Round two offer, it will replace their Round 1 offer. If they do not receive a Round 2 offer they will keep their Round 1 offer.
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School Closed (3/4/19)

Due to expected severe weather conditions, all New York City public schools will be closed Monday, March 4, 2019. After-school programs, adult education, YABC programs, and PSAL activities are also cancelled.

DOE central and field offices will remain open.

New York City district schools will be open, Tuesday, March 5, 2019. All programs and activities will be held as scheduled.

Thank you to all custodial engineers and custodial staff who will be out in full force to shovel snow, clear sidewalks, and ensure our buildings are ready for staff and students to safely return.
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We will be hosting a reunion event for any recently graduated students who are now Freshman in High School. Come join us on Monday, January 28th. If interested, please contact Ms. Rodriguez at
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