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K-5 Class Lists Released!

 Please check the "Lower School" tab.

Employment Opportunities

Computer Science Teacher grades 9-12
Technology Teacher grades 3-5
Special Education (ICT) Teacher 9-12

Please email the Principal at olivani@schools.nyc.gov

 

2014-15 K-5 Class Lists

Dear Parents,

Welcome to the 2014 – 15 School Year!

Class Lists for K – 5 Students will be posted between 5-6pm on Wednesday, September 3 on the Lower School Tab.

Students in grades K – 2 will line up in the central courtyard according to their designated spot as per the YELLOW signs. Teachers will be in the courtyard to assist you as well.
Students in grades 3 – 5 can check their class placement and report directly to their classroom.

If you are late bringing your child to school on these two days, please escort your child to the Main Office.

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Special Instructions for Kindergarten Parents:

Thursday 9/4 and Friday 9/5 will be half days for all Kindergarten students. Both days will be divided into two sessions, Morning and Afternoon.

On Thursday 9/4: Kindergarten Students with last names A – L will attend Morning Session only (9:00am – 10:30am). Students can begin to line up in the central courtyard at 8:45am.
Parents are welcome to stay for Kindergarten Orientation in the auditorium while their child is in class.

On Thursday 9/4: Kindergarten Students with last names M – Z will attend Afternoon Session only (12:30pm – 2:00pm). Students can begin to line up in the central courtyard at 12:15pm.
Parents are welcome to stay for Kindergarten Orientation in the auditorium while their child is in class.

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On Friday 9/5: Kindergarten Students with last names M – Z will attend Morning Session only (9:00am – 10:30am). Students can begin to line up in the central courtyard at 8:45am.

On Friday 9/5: Kindergarten Students with last names A – L will attend Afternoon Session only (12:30pm – 2:00pm). Students can begin to line up in the central courtyard at 12:15pm.

We want your child to be able to experience both Morning and Afternoon class.

Going forward, please note that students are expected to be in their classrooms at 8:15am and will be released at 2:35pm.

We look forward to meeting you in the central courtyard on Thursday!

Principal Livanis and Assistant Principal of the Lower School Patrello

2014-15 Student Bell Schedule
Back to School Event for Upper School Students

Upper School Back-to-School Event

The Back-to-School event for Juniors & Seniors is on Wednesday 8/27 and on Thursday 8/28 for Freshmen & Sophomores.
Both Back-to-School events begin at 9AM and end at 12noon. During each event the students will receive their program of classes, a locker assignment, textbooks, ID Card, and activate their Daedalus account (must have an e-mail account already).

Please note, students will also be able to make program changes if necessary. 

Student should bring the following items at their Back-to-School event:
Pen and pencil
Combination lock (another lock is required once at school for Physical Education)
Last year's ID Card if applicable

At the BookStore, they may purchase a combination lock ($5), Physical Education T-shirt ($10).

Middle School Summer Assignments & Individual Supply Lists

 The Middle School (grades 6, 7 and 8) Summer Assignments and individual Supply Lists are located under the Middle School tab followed the Student  Resources tab.

NEST+m Kindergarten Orientation

Welcome to our new Kindergarten students and families!
Orientation will take place in the NEST+m auditorium on June 11 at 8:30am.

See you then!

Orientation Day for 2014-15 9th & 10th Graders

When: June 5, 2014
Where: NEST+m Auditorium
Who: Parents and Students

Time: 11:45AM - 1:00PM math placement test & pizza - Students
Time: 1:00-3:30PM Parents and Students

What: Welcome to NEST+m & Information about 9th & 10th Grade

Some Details: Lots of Information, ID photos, meet Upper School teachers, etc

 

Orientation Day for 2014-15 6th Graders

When: June 5, 2014
Where: NEST+m Auditorium
Time: 8:30AM-11:30AM
What: Welcome to NEST+m & Information about 6th Grade
Who: Parents and Students

Some Details: ID photos, writing sample, visit with World Language teachers, tour of NEST+m
 

NEST+m Hosts 3rd Annual Citywide Middle School Science Fair

NEST+m has hosted the Annual Citywide Middle School Science Fair for NYC Schools for the third year since its inception in 2012. A total of 12 entries from 5 middle schools in the city were entered in the competition held last March 22, 2014. During the science fair, the young researchers competed through a presentation of their research experiments and a defense of their research protocols and analysis to a panel of distinguished judges.

The results of the competition:

6th Grade Category:

3rd Place: Raymond Zhuo (The Scholars’ Academy), “The Effect of the Type of Surface on a Distance a Ball Will Travel”
2nd Place: Dana Karson (NEST+m), “The Effect of Acidity and Volume on the Growth of Sugar Crystals”
1st Place: Devin Castillo (PS/IS 226 Alfred De B. Mason School), “The Effect of Different Types of Food on the Quality of the Soil Produced by the Red Worm”

7th Grade Category:
3rd place: Latrell Brown, Savion Brown, and Shaniya Morrison (PS/IS 165 Ida R. Posner School), “Go Green: How do increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere affect ocean acidification?”
2nd place: Maeve Kearns-Stanley (The Scholars’ Academy), “How Fast do our Hearts Recovery After Exercise?
1st Place: Muhammad Abuzar, Leon Dudarev, and Henry Stanilovsky (PS/IS 226 Alfred De B. Mason), “Truss Factor”- The Effect of Different Shaped Support Beams on How Much Weight Each Truss Can Hold

8th Grade Category:
3rd Place: Alexandra Fomina (The Scholars’ Academy), “Fillin’ In Your Blind Spot”
2nd place: Sher Ahmed, Thomas Burges, and Louis Casal (PS/IS 226 Alfred De B. Mason School), “Sustainable Biofuel: The Effect if F-2 Algae Food on the Biofuel Emission of Algal (Nannochloropsis) Growth”
1st Place: Alessandro Cartegni (NEST+m), “Building A Wind Tunnel to Measure Lift of Different Wing Types”

The panel of judges for this year’s competition consisted of a postdoctoral research associate from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, a practicing Engineer at Charles Ross and Sons, two High School Science Teachers from the New York City Board of Education, and six college students from the New York University Physics and Biology departments.

This annual event is coordinated by Mr. Marvin Cadornigara, NEST+m’s Research Coordinator and supported by the NEST+m PTA.