|CALENDARS Please click HERE to download the 2014-2015 School Year Calendar. NEW! Click on the mini calendar at the top right of this page to see the PA's meeting calendars for 2014-2015. Please e-mail to let us know if you find an error in any of this information.
DONATE TO THE ANNUAL APPEAL - STUYVESANT NEEDS YOUR HELP
The PA recently mailed the annual appeal letters. Please
read about the exciting large projects that your generosity has made possible.
We don't want to stop there, so please mail back a check or donate online so
our students can continue to benefit from one of the best public schools in the
Thank you for your support!
To Donate to the Annual Appeal and see how your donations have worked to help the school,
WELCOME CLASS OF 2019 PARENTS!
We know exactly how you are feeling – excited and more than a little
apprehensive. We are here to help.
It’s Not too Early to Get Involved: Join our Community NOW
We have one more regular General Meeting this year on May 26 (topic: Federal Student College Aid).
Light refreshments are offered at 6:30 pm; the meeting starts at 7:00
pm. Please come to the meeting, learn how the PA runs and get
to know your fellow Stuyvesant parents.
Any Questions? Email us at
We can’t wait to meet you!
REMIND YOUR STUDENTS! ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR ELECTIVES
THE PA NEEDS WRITERS, PROOFREADERS, DESIGNERS, TRANSLATORS for 2014-2015!!
Online Registration for electives and selectives began on May 19, 2015. For more info, please CLICK HERE .
PA AND SLT ELECTIONS AT THE PA GENERAL MEETING
Tuesday, May 26, 7:00 p.m., Auditorium (Refreshments @ 6:30 p.m.)
Please come and cast your vote for PA officer and SLT
representatives for the 2015 - 2016 school year on May 26th!
This is a great way to have a direct say in your child's
Stuy experience. Elections will be held at the May 26 PA General
This PA General Meeting will also feature an informative presentation on the
financial aid process for college. Back by popular demand, come hear Michael St.
John Turner of the New York State Higher Education Services Corp.
discuss the federal financial aid form (FAFSA).
JUNIOR CLASS PROM
Wednesday, June 3
The Junior Class Prom will take place on a boat along
the Hudson River-more details are available on Facebook.
SENIOR CLASS PROM
Saturday, June 6
The Senior Class Prom will be at Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
REGENTS AND DEPARTMENTAL FINAL EXAM PERIOD
Tuesday, June 16 - Tuesday, June 23
Students will come to school only on days when they have
examinations during the Regents and Departmental Final Exam Period.
Wednesday, June 25, 11:30 a.m., United Palace Theater in Manhattan
REMIND YOUR STUDENTS!
The school library is open until 5:00pm on
Tuesdays and Thursdays, thanks to the generous support of parents who have
donated to the Parents' Association. Encourage your student to take advantage
of this study resource.
INFORMATION ABOUT CONTACTING YOUR CHILD'S TEACHERS
Now that the Parent/Teacher conferences have taken
place, please remember that you should always feel free to follow up with any
school personnel as questions and concerns may arise. You can email all of your
child’s teachers (and guidance counselor), all Assistant Principals, and
Principal Zhang via this link: http://stuy.enschool.org/apps/staff/
Individual teachers may provide students with alternate email addresses.
Teachers usually do not have school phone numbers, but telephone messages may
be left at the general school switchboard, 212-312-4800. Or you may leave a
message for a teacher with the appropriate Assistant Principal, whose
department extensions are:
Biology/GeoScience- Ms. Fong: x7011 or
Chemistry/Physics-Mr. Thomas: x9010 or
English- Mr.Grossman: x6011 or
Guidance- Ms. Pedrick: x2222 or
Mathematics- Ms. Ferrara: x4020 or
Music/ Fine Arts/Technology- Dr. Wheeler: x1321 or
Physical Education/Health- Mr. Moran: x5010 or
Social Studies- Ms. Suri: x3021 or
World Languages- Ms. Ubieta: x5021or
Always feel free to contact your child’s guidance
counselor for assistance. And Parent Coordinator Andrew Wong (
212-312-4800, ext. 2713) can help in reaching out to school staff.
NEW FACEBOOK PAGES!
Please check out our new Facebook Pages for Freshman and
Sophomore parents and click "LIKE" on the pages to receive news and updates. Also check out the new Spring Feast page for information regarding the biggest and most important fundraiser held
annually by the Stuyvesant Parents Association.
PLEASE JOIN US TO CONGRATULATE STUY'S 2015 SEMIFINALISTS IN THE INTEL SCIENCE TALENT SEARCH!
CLICK HERE to see the list of the 300 newly selected 2015 Intel STS semifinalists and their brief project descriptions. Please join us in congratulation the 2 students from Stuyvesant.
Writers, photographers, editors, proofreaders, translators and designers are needed to help with the quarterly PA Bulletin . We especially need writers -- no professional experience required!! Please send your name and area of interest to bulletinboard@stuy-pa-org.
SUPPORT THE SCHOOL WHILE SEARCHING AND SHOPPING ON THE WEB
There are many ways parents and supporters can help the PA by doing what we already do every day and at no extra cost to us. We can even save some money with money-saving coupons. If you search the web using GoodSearch instead of Google, shop online using GoodShop, make dinner reservations using GoodDining, a donation will be made to Stuyvesant if you indicate Stuy PA as your charity of choice. To learn how, please click the Support the School page.
NYS Senator Adriano Espaillat introduced Bill S-1787 to “Authorize[s] the board of education of the city school district of the City of New York to establish standards for admission to special high schools” (http://open.nysenate.gov/legislation/bill/S1787-2015) (The special high schools include: Stuyvesant,Bronx Science, Brooklyn Tech, Staten Island Tech, Queens HS for the Sciences at York College, HS for Math, Science and Engineering at City College, HS for American Studies at Lehman college, Brooklyn Latin, Laguardia HS and all additional schools that the board of education of the city school district of the City of New York designates as special high schools)Many Stuy parents attended the Dec 11 rally at City Hall to oppose the City Council Resolution to support the NYS bills to change the Specialized High Schools admissions policy from the current single, objective test admissions criterion to multiple, including subjective and non-academic, criteria. Many Stuy parents also testified at City Hall, signed petitions, and sent emails to legislators. Our voices make a difference! The resolution in the NYC Council may or may not come up for a vote. There will be more actions we can take as developments occur.Please contact
if you want further information and would like to be involved. Most recent update: Photos from the August 2014 Camp Stuy. Enjoy!
HAVE YOU CHECKED OUT THE FABULOUS PHOTOS by ALUMNI PARENT ANDREW CRIBB?
Here is the link to Andrew's photo archive site showcasing many events from the last few years. If you missed the spring concerts or are interested in photos from the August Camp Stuy event, Andrew has put some of those photos up for your enjoyment. Please feel free to leave a comment on the site to let him know if you appreciate his efforts.
Stuyvesant High School is committed to providing students with the opportunity to participate in research. In order to improve the effectiveness of the school’s research program, students need mentors with experience in specific areas of research such as computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, and the social sciences. If you are interested in working with a student as a mentor, please email
. Please provide your name, contact information, and your particular area of research. Your information will be passed along to the appropriate Research Coordinator at the school.
Want to know more about summer programs, school budget, school survey reports, school progress reports, check out ourResource Page.
ABSENCE or LATENESS NOTE
SCHOOL POLICY: The administration requests all parents to complete an ABSENCE or LATENESS NOTE whenever their children are absent from or arrive late to school. The note may be found here.
STUYVESANT PARENTS - KEEP UP WITH SCHOOL NEWS
Please CLICK HERE to subscribe to the PA listserv and receive weekly updates on school news, meetings , and events.
- Please remember to check the school's Web site regularly at stuy.edu.
- If you are a senior parent, please also check the school's College Bulletin page often for relevant college process updates.
- Want to read the student newspaper? Click here to go to the Spectator.
- Don't forget Stuy's excellent Parent Coordinator, Andrew Wong, is always available to answer questions. Send him an e-mail, find him in room 271, or call him at 212-312-4800, ext. 4849.
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