Superintendent Listening Tour

Please join District 20 Community Superintendent Dr. David Pretto for State of the District Listening Tour – Fall 2022

Date: Wednesday, September 21st, 2022
Time: 6 PM
Place: PS 503/506 – 330 59th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220 (enter on 60th St.)
Interpretation available in: Arabic, Mandarin, Spanish

Date: Wednesday, September 28th, 2022
Time: 6 PM
Place: PS/IS 180 – 5601 16th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11204
Interpretation available in: Mandarin, Spanish, Urdu

Date: Thursday, October 6th, 2022
Time: 6 PM
Place: PS 204 – 8101 15th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11228
Interpretation available in: Mandarin, Spanish, Russian

For more information contact
William Chin, Family Leadership Coordinator WChin1@schools.nyc.gov or
Sylwia Jasinski, Family Support Coordinator Sjasinski@schools.nyc.gov

Please click here to open the flyer in different languages.

September Calendar

A Message to Families on the First Day of School from Chancellor David C. Banks: September 8, 2022

Please click here to open the letter.

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DRESS CODE POLICY

 

Kindergarten through Grade Eight:

The following guidelines shall apply to attendance at school and all school activities and events:

Shirts: September, May & June: Students are encouraged to wear the official SEEALL Academy polo shirt (longer short sleeve) or, must wear the plain, solid color polo shirt with NO visible writing or pictures.

November-April: Students must wear a plain, solid color button down shirt daily with a tie of any color and style.

Slacks: Students must wear plain, solid color uniform style slacks.

Shorts: Students may wear plain, solid color black, navy, or khaki walking shorts (knee‐length) or capris style pants during September, May and June.

Skirts: Students may wear plain, solid color skirts. NO skirt may be higher than an inch above the knee.

Sweater: Solid color sweaters may be worn over dress code shirts.

Physical Education Days: SEEALL Academy or plain, solid color sweatshirts, t‐shirts and dark, solid athletic pants may be worn on PE days.

Dress Down: This is the only day students are permitted to wear jeans. Jeans may not have writing or be torn. On dress down days, students are prohibited from wearing clothing which contains language (including slurs), images, or references which discriminate in any manner.

Spirit Days: These are the ONLY days where pajamas and other type costume clothing are allowed at school or school events.

Students are prohibited from wearing revealing clothing that does not provide full coverage of body parts.

Students are prohibited from wearing hood and caps. However, headwear worn for religious observance or disability-related attire is permitted.

Violations to Dress Code will Result in:

1st Violation:

1) Student changes clothes (loaner clothes will be provided if necessary)

2) Documented in School Dress Code Violation Log

2nd Violation:

1) Student changes clothes (loaner clothes will be provided if necessary)

2) Documented in School Dress Code Violation Log

3) Parent will be called and notified

3rd Violation:

1) Student changes clothes (loaner clothes will be provided if necessary)

2) Documented in School Dress Code Violation Log

3) Parent will be called and notified

4) Parent will be asked to come in for a meeting with a dean and the student

Healthy Homes Parent Workshops offered by D20 Superintendent’s Office

Present:

Womb to World: Healthy Homes Webinar Series,

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM via Zoom, https://tinyurl.com/HealthyHomesSeries.

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Date and Topics

  1. Tuesday, September 20, 2022
    • Home Lead Hazards Investigations (30 min.)
    • Lead Poisoning Prevention During Pregnancy (30 min.)
  2. Tuesday, October 11, 2022
    • Know Your Rights as a Tenant in NYC (Local Law 1, Local Law 55 and Lead Poisoning Prevention) (1 hour)
  3. Tuesday, November 1, 2022
    • Prepare Your Home for Baby’s Arrival: Car Seat Safety (30 min.)
    • Read to Your Baby (30 min.)
  4. Tuesday, November 15, 2022
    • Nutrition During Pregnancy (30 min.)
    • Cooking Safely- Keeping Lead Out of Your Kitchen (30min.)
  5. Tuesday, December 6, 2022
    • It Takes a Village to Help Children Reach Their Full Potential (30 min.)
    • Keeping Lead Away (Work Safe) (30 min.)

Interpretation Services

  • Spanish Interpretation Phone, 1-347-966-4114, Pin# 747993233
  • Russian Interpretation Phone, 1-347-966-4114, Pin# 330584140
  • Mandarin Interpretation Phone, 1-347-966-4114, Pin# 567343627

Questions?

  • District 20, WChin1@schools.nyc.gov
  • District 21, GPezzolanti@schools.nyc.gov
  • District 22, HFiorica@schools.nyc.gov

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Vision Statement

At The SEEALL Academy, we believe all children come first and can succeed. Teaching and learning are grounded in a standards-based curriculum that combines creative instruction with the social emotional supports necessary to ensure high expectations for all students.

Mission

As we walk through these doors we are all equal.  We are all here to learn and exceed expectations. We will take risks and view mistakes as opportunities to grow. During this journey together we will help each other become the best that we can be. Together we can achieve greatness.

2022-23 DOE School Year Calendar

  • September 8 Thursday First day of school
  • September 15 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools, and Pre-K Centers
  • September 22 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools
  • September 26 Monday Rosh Hashanah, schools closed
  • September 27 Tuesday Rosh Hashanah, schools closed
  • September 29 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
  • October 5 Wednesday Yom Kippur, schools closed
  • October 10 Monday Italian Heritage / Indigenous Peoples’ Day, schools closed
  • November 3 Thursday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools; students in these schools are dismissed three hours early.
  • November 8 Tuesday Election Day, students do not attend school
  • November 9 Wednesday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools; students in these schools are dismissed three hours early.
  • November 11 Friday Veterans Day, schools closed
  • November 17 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
  • November 18 Friday Afternoon Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools; students in these schools are dismissed three hours early.
  • November 24 Thursday Thanksgiving, schools closed
  • November 25 Friday Thanksgiving Recess, schools closed
  • December 26 Monday Christmas Day (observed), schools closed
  • December 27–30 Tuesday– Friday Winter Recess, schools closed
  • January 2 Monday New Year’s Day (observed), schools closed
  • January 16 Monday Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, schools closed
  • January 24–27 Tuesday– Friday Regents Administration
  • January 30 Monday Professional Development Day for high schools and 6–12 schools; students in these schools do not attend.
  • January 31 Tuesday Spring Semester begins
  • February 20– 24 Monday– Friday, Midwinter Recess, schools closed (includes Presidents Day and Lincoln’s Birthday (observed)
  • March 9 Thursday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools and Pre-K Centers; students in these schools are dismissed three hours early.
  • March 16 Thursday Afternoon and Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools
  • March 23 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
  • March 24 Friday Afternoon Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.
  • April 6 Thursday First Day of Passover, schools closed
  • April 7 Friday Second Day of Passover / Good Friday, schools closed
  • April 8–14 Monday– Friday Spring Recess, schools closed
  • April 21 Friday Eid al-Fitr, schools closed
  • May 4 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for elementary schools and Pre-K Centers
  • May 11 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for middle schools and D75 schools
  • May 18 Thursday Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools
  • May 29 Monday Memorial Day, schools closed
  • June 8 Thursday Anniversary Day / Chancellor’s Conference Day for staff development; students do not attend.
  • June 9 Friday Clerical Day for elementary schools, middle schools, K–12 schools, and standalone D75 programs; students in these schools do not attend.
  • June 14–23 Wednesday– Friday Regents Administration (excluding June 19, when schools are closed)
  • June 19 Monday Juneteenth, schools closed
  • June 27 Tuesday Last day of school for students

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Check Your Child’s State Test Scores

You can now check your child’s State test scores through the NYC Schools Account Parent Portal.

If you’re already signed up, just log in at https://schoolsaccount.nyc and click on Assessments.

If you’re not already signed up…Let’s get you signed-up for your NYC Schools Account!

REMINDER: Accept your email invitation & register for OPEROO.

The Operoo system makes it very easy for you to respond to field trip, blue cards, registration, and other consent forms using your mobile phone, tablet or PC. No more paperwork! No more lost forms or notes found in the bottom of the backpack, no more concerns about children missing out on information when they are absent.

Learn more about OPEROO

Important Information

Please be sure to complete the “DOE Health Screening Questionnaire” before attending school in-person. Watch the tutorial in English | Spanish | Chinese. You can also add a shortcut on your mobile phone for quick access. Information on COVID-19 Student Testing Info & Consent Forms can be found here.

EMERGENCY CONTACT BLUE CARDS
Parents/Guardians: If you have not already submitted your child’s emergency contact blue card, please use this fillable form, complete and email it back to 20K180@schools.nyc.gov

Download & Fill Out Emergency Contact Blue Card

Devices for Remote Learning

Do you need a device or technical support? Need help with a broken, lost, or stolen device? Call DOE’s IT Help desk at 718-935-5100 and press 5 to get assistance.

You can also get quick help online:

LEARNING BRIDGES
Learning Bridges is a new program that provides free child care options for children from 3-K through 8th grade on days when they are scheduled for remote learning. Visit schools.nyc.gov/learningbridges or call 311 to learn more and apply now!

Creating your NYC Student account

To retrieve your account ID and password:

  1. Go to Student Account Self Service(Open external link)
  2. Enter your 9-digit Student ID (OSIS) number. (You can find your Student ID number on a report card, your student ID card, or in your NYCSA account.)
  3. Enter your birthday.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. If the information you enter matches your student record, your username will be displayed.
  6. Your student ID is your username followed by @nycstudents.net. For example, if your username is JaneD, your student account ID is JaneD@nycstudents.net.
  7. If you haven’t already set up a password, you will be asked to set one up.
  8. Pick a password that only you will know.
  9. Re-enter your password.
  10. Click Update Password.

IMPORTANT: If you are still having trouble with your @nycstudents.net account after following these steps, you must either fill out a support ticket at the IT Service Desk or call 718-935-5100 (hold times may be long).

Remote Learning Resources

The SEEALL Academy

School Overview

We are a Pre-K through 8 school located in the heart of Borough Park in Brooklyn, New York. Our school holds high educational standards with academic success for all students.

Our staff provides a supportive environment which encourages students to develop into young leaders as they progress through their educational careers.

School Overview

School Expectation December Sixth

Welcome to The SEEALL Academy, PS/IS 180

The SEEALL Academy is committed to becoming the gateway into the top performing High Schools in New York City.
Join us on this journey of academic and creative expansion.

Educational Cornerstones of The SEEALL Academy

Find out how The SEEALL Academy stands out with our unique approach to educational enrichment.

Enrichment Programs

The SEEALL Academy offers a wide variety of elective enrichment programs for it’s middle school students. These offerings allow students to take an active part in shaping their educational curriculum around their own individual interests.

Our enrichment programs range from arts and creative, to technology and robotics classes. Students are encouraged to find a program that will suit their interests and continue to challenge them academically.

Science Enrichment

Students collaborating in Pre-Med Enrichment class

Student Awards

Students accepting Student Of The Month awards on stage

Student & Staff Expectations

We have high expectations for all students and strive to prepare them to meet all academic challenges. Our school aims to develop literate, articulate, socially responsible young citizens. We hold high educational standards with academic success for all students.

Our staff provides a supportive environment, which encourages students to develop into young learning leaders. Our school community works collaboratively so that we may create an academically challenging environment.

The SEEALL Philosophy

The philosophy of Students Educationally Enriched As Learning Leaders (SEEALL) is that all students are active learners and participants in the educational process.

Leadership qualities are promoted and shaped through cooperative and collaborative learning, individual and group presentations, public speaking, and ongoing autonomy in all curriculum areas, including the Arts and Technology.

The SEEALL Philosophy

8AL Citizen Science students collecting trash in the school yard

Contact Us

The SEEALL Academy, PS/IS 180
Students Educationally Enriched As Learning Leaders

  • 5601 16th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11204
  • School Hours • 8:00AM – 2:30PM
  • PHONE: 718-851-8070
  • FAX: 718-851-9308
  • Please email your questions or concerns to Ferguson Nicole, Parent Coordinator at NFerguson@schools.nyc.gov,
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