Failure is not an option, because...success is the only option!
Our mission is to cultivate and develop the entire school community so that all students are college-and-or career ready. With foci on all populations of children, teachers will engage collaboratively to ensure accelerated student learning through reflective practice and professional learning experiences. A guiding philosophy of all adults in the school community is that every student deserves an effective teacher, and we work tirelessly to seek out opportunities that will advance this belief.
Our goal is to increase the number of level 3 and 4 students by 10% in English Language Arts and Mathematics.
Dear Parents/Guardians & Families:
Yes! April is here and as you all know your child is about to take the New York State English Language Arts and Mathematics exam over the course of the next two weeks. Parents please help your children get ready for the state exams. The NYSESLAT will be administered on Tuesday April, 5, 6 and 7 Please ensure that your child is prepared for these days by getting a good night’s rest before the exam, eat nutritious breakfast and come to school on time with two sharpened No.2 pencil. The NYS Math will be on the April 13, 14 and 15. Attendance is crucial for these dates. As we all know if your child misses this exam it puts him or her in jeopardy to repeat the grade. Mr. Echavarria will be making wake up calls for the next two weeks to remind students to come early for these exams. We are all needed in order for our scholars to succeed.
IS 339 had a successful Father's Forum, on March 24th 2016. Fathers talked about issues that surround our neighborhood and how could they be more involved in their child's education. Over 20 parents attended this workshop and were excited for the upcoming one in May.
Learning Environment Survey
The Learning Environment Survey is very important for your child’s school. The Department of Education carefully reviews parents answers and uses the results of the survey to make improvements in the schools, increase opportunities for students, and to continue to raise expectations for learning and safety. For more information on filling out the school surveys please contact Mr. Echavarria 718-583-6767 or visit our website is339.org
8th grader Parents
Senior year is a big year for our students. In addition to preparing students to go to High School, we, the 8th grade staff at I.S. 339, are working very hard to make this year memorable for all of our students. The total package for senior dues is $220 and time is running out. All dues must be paid in full by May 5, 2014. Below you will find a breakdown of the total package.
Cap and Gown - $50
Yearbook - $25
Senior Trip - $75
Prom - $70
For more information about senior dues please contact Ms. Ross-Barry, the 8th grade assistance principal, at 718-583-6767 ext 3180.
Please update your telephone numbers on Blue Emergency Cards.
The mandatory uniform policy is intended to promote a more effective learning climate; foster school unity and pride; improve student performance; foster self-esteem; eliminate label competition; simplify dressing and minimize costs to parents. Our school uniform consist of the Official Tech Tiger polo shirt:
- 6th Grade: White shirt and khaki pants
- 7th Grade: Red shirt and khaki pants
- 8th Grade: Navy blue shirt and khaki pants