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****ALL 8th graders****

8th Grade Parents

send an e-mail to our Guidance Counselors
include  your child's name and class
to receive some important high school information
via e-mail throughout the year


classes 802, 805, 806, 807, 810, & 811


classes 801,803,804,808,809 & 813

Eligibility requirements
 for participation in
 Senior Activities


Senior Activities point system.docx


We need to make sure our children stay safe.

It has come to our attention of certain events happening before & after school in the park behind our school.

Please reinforce the importance of notifying you and the school the moment something takes place.

Also, go over with your child how they can protect themselves whenever they are outside no matter where they are.

Most of all,

 go straight to school in the morning


go straight home at dismissal in the afternoon.


Dear Parents,

Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student Learning (the Discipline Code) issued in April 2015 remains in effect.




Daily Announcements

I.S.10 Annual

City Harvest

Nov. 1st -Dec. 4th


Foods collected are for our neighbors/community

looking for a helping hand in the coming months.



Most needed items


              Monday-------- Mac & Cheese

              Tuesday-------- Tuna Fish

              Wednesday----  Wheaties

              Thursday------- Trix

              Friday  ---------- Fruit{canned}


Any other foods packaged or dried will be accepted as well on any day


  • Baby Food{canned. boxed or packaged}

  • Canned vegetables

  • Pasta

  • Peanut Butter

  • Rice


    Simply bring the items to room 107 Mrs. Peterson

click the button below for detailed information about our Late Literacy Program

late literacy.doc

December 1st-18th

Once again, we would like to
take this time
 to appeal to all of you. 
We have launched our
"Annual Holiday Book & Toy Drive". 
We are collecting
toys & books
 for the less fortunate children on behalf of
The United States Marine's


Why not put this cause on
your holiday shopping list this year!


Thank you all for your
 continued support and generosity
 in the events we hold
at our school throughout the year!

Picture Day

Monday October 19, 2015
8th grade--graduation pictures

Friday January 15, 2016
6th & 7th grade

Many options available this year!
{ask your child for the flyer in their backpack}




School Schedule
All Students

doors open at 7:55

Dear Parents/Guardians:

We are pleased to announce that our school is using "Pupil Path" web site to bring you immediate information regarding your child's education.

Pupil Path allows you to view the following:
  • Your child's assignments and projects along with due dates.
  • Your child's performance in each class including homework, class work, tests and projects.
  • Progress reports from teachers throughout the school year.
  • Handouts and assignments when your child is absent from school.
  • Your child's transcripts and graduation eligibility status.
  • School announcements, new calendar listings and upcoming events.
  • And, in some classrooms, your child's attendance.

We hope that by enabling you to see this information on a daily basis we will be able to work together to ensure that our children remain on track in every class.  As we work together we will ensure that our students get the most out of their education.

This will take the place of the old pupil progress report.

The Mayor & The Schools Chancellor
 have implemented


--this will send city-wide school-related information,
including calendar updates,
reminders and tips on how to access school resources

You can join by texting nycschools to 877877
to receive text messages throughout the year.


The DOE released a new special education website. The site is based on the Parents Guide to Special Education and is intended to provide parents with information about special education.

A hotline is setup as well-----718-935-2007
- The Special Education Process - New York City Department of Education.htm
Uniform Policy
I.S. 10 has a uniform policy in place.  The students wear a uniform shirt--which gets purchased at the school and Tan Khaki pants {not jeans} which you can purchase over the summer in any clothing store of your choice.
Uniforms are to be worn on the first day of school and there after--any student not wearing Khaki Pants{Tan} or gym pants{blue} will be given green sweat pants to wear as a loaner for the day!
Uniform Sample.doc

Dear Parents:
Due to circumstances that have come to light, and in order to ensure the SAFETY of all  our children 
bottles/cans/sports bottles and candy**  will not be allowed at I.S. 10.  
{There are several water fountains throughout the building,
a water bottle dispensing machine in the lunch room, and a water cooler and cups also in the lunch room}
This ruling will be fully enforced and these items will be confiscated! 
Those with medical conditions must follow procedures that we have in place for their bottles!!

**Candy ---gum, chocolate and any candy
due to the high contents of sugar and possible allergies to peanuts will be confiscated!

Please remember these items are not a healthy choice for breakfast and breakfast is
served in school every morning beginning at 7:20 AM and it is

Thursday, November 26
Schools closed
Friday, November 27
Schools closed
Tuesday, December 1
Tours on Tuesday 9-10 AM

Monday, December 7
Hanukkah begins at sundown
Tuesday, December 8
Tours on Tuesday 9-10 AM