2019-2020 School Supply Lists
All students are required to bring the necessary supplies to school each day to be prepared for class.  Please click on the links below to see specific supplies required by grade.

           Click HERE for the Grade 6 School Supply List

           Click HERE for the Grade 7 School Supply List

           Click HERE for the Grade 8 School Supply List

 

Summer Reading Assignment 
All students are assigned a summer reading project.  Please click on the links below to see specific details of the assignments by grade.  All essays are due to your ELA teacher by Friday, September 13, 2019.

           Click HERE for the Grade 6 Summer Reading Assignment

Lockers

· Students will receive locks and lockers during the first two weeks of school

· The school will provide a lock to use on their academic locker – STUDENTS CAN NOT USE

   THEIR OWN LOCKS ON THESE LOCKERS

· Students must buy a lock to use on their gym locker only

· Over the summer students should practice opening a combination lock using the

   instructions provided.

· Go to the following link to watch a demonstration on how to open a

   lock:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAH8b63szYs

· If the lock is lost or not returned at the end of the school year, there will be a $5 replacement

  fee.

 

After School Program Offerings

The Greater Ridgewood Youth Council offers a FREE after school program daily from 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm for students on the I.S. 25 campus.  Structured like clubs, the program offers the students a choice in how they spend their time and provides rigorous instruction in Creative Arts and Recreation.  Students can choose from a variety of team sports, Healthy Living, Leadership Development/Builders Club, STEM, Chess Club and more. The students are provided with free and healthy snacks daily.  Additionally, special events are planned throughout the school year.

 

To register, you need the following:

  • An application (applications are available in English or Spanish)

  • Health form

 

Feel free to contact Ms. Dina DePaloa at dinaGRYC@gmail.com with any additional questions.

 

After-School ELA/Mathematics State Exam Preparation  
A select group of students will be selected to attend an after school program in ELA and/or mathematics.  This program will begin in Winter 2019 and end in Spring 2020.  All invited students are highly encouraged to make the commitment to attend.

 

Saturday Academy

A select group of students will be selected to attend a Saturday school program in ELA and/or mathematics.  This program will begin in Winter 2019 and end in Spring 2020.  All invited students are highly encouraged to make the commitment to attend.

 

 

2019-2020 New York State Exam Dates
  • English Language Arts Exam: March 25th - 26th, 2020

  • Mathematics Exam: April 21st - 22nd, 2020

  • Science Exam (grade 8 only)

    • Performance Section: May 18th - 20th, 2020

    • Written Section: June 1st, 2020

  • Regents Exams:

    • U.S. History and Government: June 18th, 2020 (Grade 8 SP classes only)

    • Living Environment: June 17th, 2020 (Grade 8 SP classes only)

    • Algebra I: June 18th, 2020  (All 8th Grade Students)

Arista National Junior Honor Society

Eligibility:

  • Grades

    • Cumulative average of 90% and above for grade 7 (all marking periods) and grade 8 (marking periods 1 and 2)

    • No grade lower than 85% in grade 7 marking periods 2, 3, and/or 4

    • No grade lower than 85% in grade 8 marking periods 1, 2, and/or 3

    • No failing grades in any subjects in any grade 

    • ALL subjects are used in the average

  • Character and Citizenship

    • Review and approval by the entire staff with regard to character and citizenship (this includes conduct in the halls, cafeteria, and the auditorium).

    • Satisfactory attendance

    • Cooperation at all rehearsals and group meetings

  • Service

    • Twenty-five total hours of service are required; a minimum of 10 hours need to be spent at I.S. 25.

      • School service may include being a monitor, color guard member, tutoring, etc.

      • Community Service may include membership in a civic organization, serving in a choir at places of worship, helping elderly neighbors, or working in a soup kitchen.

Honor Roll*​
  • Principal’s List: 95 - 100%

  • First Honors: 90 - 94.9%

  • Second Honors: 85 - 89.9%

*In order to receive honors, students cannot receive a mark lower than 80% in any major subject.

 

S.P - Honors​​

District 25 has a universal policy of acceptance into this program:​​

  • 22.5% ELA State Exam Score 

  • 22.5% Math State Exam Score 

  • 5% Elementary school placement recommendation

  • 40% Student performance (report card grades)

  • 10% Attendance (90% or above)

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