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Important July 2022 Dates

  • Please Note:  Any student who is absent from school or leaves school early because they are not feeling well, will need a doctors note to return to school. 
  • NYCDOE Free Lunch Program In Progress.  Check the DOE website for menu choices.
  • Please See The Website for the School Supply List.  All supplies should be in school by the end of the first week (09/09/2022).
  • The school and the office will be closed on Fridays during the Summer.
  • June 27, 2022 to July 28, 2022 – Summer School (8am-12pm).
  • July 4, 2022 – Independence Day (School Closed).
  • September 7, 2022 – First Day of School.

Mr. Rini – School Supply List For Middle School Grades (5-8) – 07/05/2022

Posted on July 5, 2022

Supply List  Grades 5-8    2022-2023                                               

Homeroom Supplies:

  • 2 packages of 500 sheet copy paper
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1 pack of Baby Wipes for Art Class
  • 1 container of Lysol Wipes

Each student will be leaving the hand sanitizer at their desk to be used for themselves at their discretion.  In addition, each student will be using the Lysol Wipes to disinfect their desks at the end of each school day.

All students will need:

  • Supply of loose leaf for home and school
  • 1 D-ring binder
  • 1 Small Notebook or Assignment Pad (To record homework assignments)
  • 1 Package of graph paper
  • Supply of sharpened pencils, and black or blue pens
  • Fabric Book Sox (all textbooks must be covered)
  • Ruler (inches and metrics)
  • Calculator—preferably the TI-30Xa
  • Headphones that will fit iPad Air
  • 1 Pack of Markers for (Fine or Thick point)

              NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS, RED PENS, OR WHITE OUT

All 8th grade students planning on taking the TACHS and/or SHSAT (the test for the Specialized High Schools) exam should purchase review books for each test and begin to practice over the summer.

Mr. Rini – Announcement – 06/23/2022

Posted on June 23, 2022

Thank you to all the students and parents who made school year 2021-2022 a huge success.  I would also like to thank all the teachers and school staff who put in long hours everyday to create the beautiful community that Incarnation Catholic Academy is.

Have a Happy and Safe Summer!!

 

Important Announcement – 06/03/2022

Posted on June 3, 2022

Dear Parents / Guardians of Students at Incarnation Catholic Academy:

 

Please read the petition letter below and consider sending it to our local council member Linda Lee at District23@council.nyc.gov.  Fill in your name and address below the “date” so we can lobby for this important cause.

Thank you for participating.

 

06/03/2022

Name Address
City, State, Zip

Re: Int. 98 – security agents for nonpublic schools

Dear Councilmember Linda Lee:

As a parent of a child in Incarnation Catholic Academy, I urge you to sponsor and pass Int. 98, a tremendously important bill that would help make our schools safer, not only for our children but their teachers as well.

Public schools in NYC have long been provided with school security guards by New York City. Six years ago, the City Council passed and the Mayor signed a law that allows nonpublic schools with student enrollments of 300 or more to hire school security agents with New York City reimbursing the schools for the cost. Both the City Council and the Mayor clearly recognized the need to make our children safe when they are in New York City’s nonpublic schools. This has been a very successful program.

The local law, however, is very restrictive. It only requires New York City to pay for the salary of school security agents in nonpublic schools when the student enrollment is 300 or over. Nonpublic schools with student enrollments of less than 300 students are not covered by this law. There is no sound reason why a 7 or 12-year-old in a nonpublic school with 150, 220 or 278 students should be less safe than one in a school with 300 or more students.

Int. 98 would correct this inequity. It would require New York City to reimburse all nonpublic schools who hire a school security agent regardless of the student enrollment size in a school. This bill will make our nonpublic schools safer.

Please pass this legislation. The safety of all of our children regardless of the number of students in their schools should be a priority for all of us.

Thank you,

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