NYCDOE schools are closed Thursday, February 9th due to snow storm

Due to a snow storm all schools are closed on Thursday, February 9th.

Please see www.nyc.gov or schools.nyc.gov for details and be safe!

Report cards will be distributed on Friday, February 10th instead!

 

 

Regents Week is Tues, Jan 24th – Fri, Jan 27th

 January-2017-Regents-Schedule
Bronx Latin High School Parents and Students – please know that we DO have school on Monday, January 23rd for high school students. 9 – 12th grade students will not have classes the rest of the week from Tuesday, January 24 – Friday, January 27th. They must only attend school for their Regents that they must take.  Please consult the Regents Examination Schedule to ensure that you are showing up on time for your appropriate Regents.  High School classeses resume as normal on Monday, January 30th.

All 6 – 8th grade students DO have school all week with their normally scheduled classes.

Resources for Bronx Latin Parents

Bronx Latin parents have been asking the school for multiple resources for students beyond academics in the classroom. Here are some resources to help you!

Urban Health Plan Clinic – located on the 1st floor of Bronx Latin. Did you know that we have a full service clinic with real doctors and even dentists available to all students on the 1st floor of the building? All you need to do is make sure that you have filled out the consent paperwork and your child is eligible. If interested please send your student to get the paperwork from Ms. Rosario in room 426.

Health Information Tool for Empowerment: The Health Information Tool for Empowerment is an online directory offering information on more than 5,000 health and social services available to low-income, uninsured, and underinsured individuals in the Greater New York area. HITE helps people connect to vital community services quickly and easily. The directory offers information on community services throughout all of New York City and Long Island in the following categories: Dental & Optical, Financial Assistance, Health Care & Medicine, Immigrant Support, Mental Health & Substance Abuse, School, Youth & Family Services, Social Services, Transportation, and Wellness & Prevention.

Mobile Crisis Unit: A mobile crisis team is an interdisciplinary team of mental health professionals (e.g., nurses, social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health technicians, addiction specialists, peer counselors). Teams operate under the auspices of voluntary agencies and municipals hospitals. They respond to persons in the community, usually visiting them at home, although their mandate allows them to make contact at other locations. Mobile crisis teams serve any person in New York City who is experiencing, or is at risk of, a psychological crisis, and who requires mental health intervention and follow up support to overcome resistance to treatment. Mobile crisis teams usually are called by family members, neighbors, friends, landlords, clergy or other person(s) concerned about an individual. Mobile Crisis Team staff provide a range of services including assessment, crisis intervention, supportive counseling, information and referrals, linkage with appropriate community based mental health services for ongoing treatment, and follow up. Teams will arrange transportation to emergency rooms if further psychiatric and/or medical assessment and care is indicated.

GED and ESL classes for parents – tuition free at Banana Kelly! Click here to learn more – GED Flyer.