1420 East 68th Street Brooklyn, NY 11234 Phone: (718) 763-4701 Fax: (718) 251-3439
Roy H. Mann
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Dorothy D'Aleo at (718) 763-4701 ext. 1260 or DDaleo@schools.nyc.gov to request assistance.
If you would like a translated copy of this information or would like a translated present at any meeting or events, please notify us in advance and we will be happy to accommodate you.
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Our school community has shared some of their favorite recipes. to view the Roy H. Mann Cookbook Volume 1!
We will start our Remote Learning Program through Pupil Path on Monday. Students will have their attendance taken differently. Students must log onto Pupil Path by 10:00 am every morning and send an email message through Pupil Path to their Homeroom Teacher that they are present for the day. To view a video tutorial on have your attendance taken daily . As a reminder you must send a message everyday Monday - Friday by 10:00 am to your homeroom teacher in order to be marked present for the day.
to view an update from Chancellor Carranza regarding Multi-
System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children
to Login to Google Classroom
Click to log into PUPIL PATH
to view the 2020 Roy H. Mann Virtual Art Show!
Caps, Gowns and Jersey's will be mailed to the ATS address on file for all Seniors. If you would like your child's senior materials mailed to a different address you must and fill out the updated shipping address form no later than 4:00 pm on Monday, June 1st.
to view a letter from Chancellor Carranza regarding updates to the
school calendar for June 4th (Brooklyn/Queens Day) and June 9th
for an update from Ms. Finegan regarding the High School Waitlist Process
All 7th grade families are encouraged to join the high school enrollment email list. This is a great way for families of 7th grade students to receive email notifications about the 2021 combined guide and other high school admissions announcements, even before they can create an account in MySchools. Families can to sign up.
to view a tutorial on how to view your child's daily attendance in Pupil Path
To keep students connected and able to participate in remote learning, the DOE is lending 300,000 internet-enabled iPads to students. Priority will be given to students most in need. All devices are granted on a temporary basis and will later need to be returned. There is a limit of one device per student.
Families that want to request a device should to fill out the Remote Learning Device Request or call 718-935-5100, and choose option 5. The DOE will ship a device direct to your home via FedEx. For information regarding IPad Distribution
For Information regarding free internet access
The New York Public Library is pleased to offer online tutoring to provide families with homework help, enrichment activities, and remote learning support through our partnership with Brainfuse. This partnership is just one of the many ways the Library is expanding its digital resources to New York City families during our temporary closure to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. for more information.
To view an FAQ on the High School Waitlist Process
to view the Staying safe while staying home: poison prevention and medicine safety PD Powerpoint
for Remote Learning Technical Support provide by the DOE
for information on how to set up your @nycstudents.net email account
If your family receives Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and/or Temporary Assistance (TA) benefits and you have school-age children (ages 5-18), you will automatically receive P-EBT food benefits for each eligible school-age child in your household. The benefits will automatically be issued to your family’s current EBT card. If you have children who receive free or reduced-price school lunch, but your family does not receive SNAP or TA benefits, you still will automatically get P-EBT food benefits for each school-age child in your household. More information about how children who do not live in households that get SNAP or TA benefits will be mailed to you. Begin checking your mail for this P-EBT notice beginning in mid-June. for more information and how much you will receive.
Shipment of Remote Devices: Update from DOE- PARENT ACTION REQUIRED
Families who previously completed a device request can complete the TOU by using this and entering either an email address or phone number. Families can also complete a new request by completing the Remote Learning Device Request Form. A link to the form is listed above. for more information about the form. Once these agreements are submitted the family will be eligible to receive an iPad.
The TOU agreement states a family understands the iPad is a loan from the DOE. These devices are issued to students to access remote learning and other educational uses during this time. Please be advised that these devices are the property of the DOE and contain hardware that allow the devices to be located if lost or stolen. The devices must be returned when on-site learning resumes, unless otherwise instructed by the DOE. Read the full agreement, .
We are using IO Education, which is known by many as Skedula with students and parents logging into PUPIL PATH. We are also be using Google Classroom, Achieve 3000, I-Ready and other programs to enhance student learning. Students will use their Pupil Path passwords to complete assignments and see their grades.
You do not need an access code to register your account. All you need is your Student Id. If you do not know your student Id please contact Ms. D'Aleo at DDaleo@schools.nyc.gov and she will provide it for you. For step by step instructions on how to register your account on a smart phone, computer or tablet
You can download the Pupil Path App in the Apple App Store and the Google App Store
If you are logging in through a computer please note that
Pupil Path works best with Goggle Chrome
If you do not remember the password please simply click forgot passwordand follow the directions.
to view a video message from the Roy H. Mann Family to your Family
to view to a tutorial on how to check your child's position on any middle or high school waitlist, add them to additional waitlists or accept an offer.
to view the Community Education Council D22 Budget Modification Proposal
is offering free guided meditations for New Yorkers.
to view the District 22 Resources for Families
The Learn-at-Home now has a webpage on the family facing site, dedicated to supporting our Multilingual Learners and English Language Learners and their families with remote learning. This page includes educational resources on supporting children’s language development at home as well as resources on obtaining e-books in multiple languages. for more information.
The New York City Department of Education is committed to making three free meals available daily for all NYC children - Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 1:30 pm at locations across the city. to learn more and find a location.