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Timeless Teachings in a Changing World

  • The following is a breakdown of how elementary and middle school students will be graded:

35% - Tests

15% - Quizzes

20% - Homework

20% - Class Work/Projects

10% - Class Participation

  • Every Tuesday from 2:15 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. there is parent engagement meetings with classroom teachers and administrators. Student work and progress can be discussed at these meetings.

  • There will be three semesters during the school year. At the end of the school year, each semester will be averaged together to obtain a final average.

  • The students are offered a wide variety of curriculum in their subject area classes. These include: Wonders, Code X, Fusion Science, Passport to Social Studies, Go Math, Algebra For All, I-Ready and Teachers College Writing to name a few.

5th grade students performing a play of The Wizard of Oz.
4 students looking at a poster from the Writing Celebration
Teachers and staff with their college shirts on during College Day.
8th grade graduation showing the graduates in their cap and gowns.
5th grade stepping up ceremony in the school auditorium showing the 5th grade students
PS/MS 105 Q staff during a charity volleyball game in the school gym
7th grade students at SUNY Old Westbury during their college visit.

Elementary and Middle School Academic Policies are available upon request. 

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