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INTERESTED IN SERVING ON THE PTA BOARD NEXT YEAR?
We are looking
for candidates for all positions on the I.C.E. PTA Board of Directors. If you
are interested in nominating yourself for a position on the Board - or just
want more information - please contact Margaret Chabowski at email@example.com or
Kelly Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org by May
13. The names of all candidates will be presented at the I.C.E. PTA meeting
on May 14 and elections will take place at the June meeting. Learn more about
the Board from the ICE Foundation/PTA By-Laws available here.
FREE WORKSHOP: SUBSTANCE USE
IN YOUTH: WHAT EVERY PARENT NEEDS TO KNOW
Parents have a major impact
on their child's decision not to use drugs. Please save the date - Tuesday, May 20th at 6pm -
for an educational workshop with Dr. Marianne Chai. MD of the New York Center for Living on how
parents and caregivers can effectively address alcohol and drug use with their
children and teens. This is for parents of children in all grades and will
cover everything from how to identify and address early high risk behavior
starting in 6th grade through to identifying risky behavior in your college
bound teens and what to do for these almost-adults. Dr. Chai's presentation
will be followed by a question and answer session. This is a great opportunity
for our community to learn more about this very important topic. You can also
catch a preview at a free public event sponsored by the New York Center for
Living on Wednesday, April 2 from 6-7:30 at 226 E. 52nd Street (see attached).
8th Grade Stepping-Up Ceremony will occur on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at Judson Church in the morning. More details to come later
8th Grade Stepping-Up Ceremony
Senior Graduation will occur on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at Cooper Union in the morning. More details to come later.
12th Grade Graduation
Message from Pete
Dear ICE Families,
At this point I’m sure you have all received and examined your child’s narrative reports from cycle one. These reports should give you an idea of their accomplishments in each class, as well as ways to improve. I hope that you reach out to teachers to help them know more about your children and to collaborate in supporting their academic development.
This year we are entering the holiday season with a number of significant accomplishments behind us, and a great deal of opportunity ahead of us. This fall ICE students achieved a number of firsts: the ICE Varsity MS Flag Football players are champions of New York City after a great season under the new guidance of Coach Justin White. The ICE HS girls soccer team won 2nd place in the league after a great season with JD – and a tough loss in the playoffs. We have earned first place in several MS debate tournaments and we have 23 students competing for entry in the prestigious New York Science and Engineering Fair. Our staff deserves our praise for the work they do guiding the kids through these challenges.
All Families Must Submit a Free and Reduced Lunch Application Regardless of Need
Federal regulations require that schools have all families submit Free and Reduced Lunch Applications whether or not they qualify for any reduction of lunch costs, and whether or not the student eats lunch outside of the building cafeteria. Learn how you can do it online. Read more...