• Update for Families - 9.27.2020

    See Principal Lynch's Update for Families - 9.27.2020

    In-Person Small Group Instruction Begins this Week

    We are excited to open our building for teaching and learning for the first time since March. For some of our students, this will be your very first time coming to NEST+m– welcome! Our entire staff has been working hard to ready the building for our blended learners! Please note the in-person start dates for Blended Learning.

    In-Person Small Group Instruction Start Dates:

    • Blended Learners in Grades K-8: Tuesday, September 29th
    • Blended Learners in Grades 9-12: Thursday, October 1st

    In Person Small-Group Instruction Hours: 1:50 pm - 3:50 pm

    Key Reminders for Blended Learners

    • Please review your schedule to ensure that you are arriving on the correct day

    • Please arrive by 1:40 pm– we will direct you to your class line-up area and you will be picked up by your small group instruction teacher

      • Lower Grades: Enter the central courtyard through the gates on Columbia Street

      • Middle Grades: Enter the central courtyard through the pedestrian ramp entrance on Houston Street

      • Upper Grades: Enter the back courtyard through the gate on Columbia Street

    • Please complete the daily health screening before arriving to school

    • Please dress appropriately– line up and teacher pick up will take place outdoors; be prepared for all weather conditions! Inside the building, all the windows are open to ensure proper ventilation– we recommend dressing in layers so you can easily adjust to a change in temperature.

    Please review these important letters from your Assistant Principals with detailed information about Day One procedures:

    Please also review the health and safety section of our website and read this safety letter from our Building Response Team Leader, Assistant Principal Greg Farrell.


  • Update for Families - 9.25.2020

    Blended Learning begins on Tuesday September 29th!

    Our blended learning families should take some time to review our Health & Safety Protocols as well as our Entrance & Exit Procedures. On Sunday we will check in with updates and information about the week to come.

    Please take some time to relax and reflect over this three-day weekend. We extend our best wishes to families observing Yom Kippur on Monday.

  • eNotes - 9.23.2020

    Please see this week's issue of eNotes - 9.23.2020

  • Update from Chancellor Carranza regarding the Health Screening Process - 9.22.2020

    Please see today's update from Chancellor Carranza.

    Visit the Department of Education website to learn more about the health screening process, including the health screening survey and temperature checks, as well as other helpful information on how to stay healthy and safe while in and out of school.

    Translated copies of this letter will be available on the Department of Education website.

  • Welcome Letters from Assistant Principals

    Remote learning begins tomorrow, Monday, September 21!

    Letters from Your Assistant Principals 

    If you have any questions, please visit the Getting Started page of our website for helpful resources.

  • First Day of Remote Learning is Monday, 9/21!

    Remote Learning Begins Tomorrow!

    It was wonderful to see you all at orientation last week! While the beginning of this school year is different and new, seeing teachers and students smiling, laughing, and building community together was joyful! All of our students should now have the information they need to log on for a successful day of teaching and learning tomorrow. See Principal Lynch's message.

    If you have any questions, please visit the Getting Started page of our website, and refer to the letters shared by our Assistant Principals last week. 



  • Chancellor Carranza's Update - 9.18.2020

    Please see Chancellor Carranza's letter regarding the start of school.

    All students will still begin full-time remote instruction on Monday, September 21. School buildings will reopen to our students in blended learning (in-person in schools some days of the week, and remotely from home other days of the week) on a phased basis, detailed in the letter attached.

    Translated copies of this letter are available on the Department of Education website.

  • URGENT: Update About First Day of School

    As you likely heard, the mayor announced today that in-person instructional programming for all blended learners in New York City public schools will be delayed. As a K-12 school, in-person instructional activities are now scheduled to begin on September 29th. See the details about the delay.

  • eNotes - 9.16.2020

    Please see the first issue of eNotes for the 2020-2021 school year!

    If you are not getting this in your inbox, please sign up for PTA Connect.

  • NEST+m Fall Orientation Days start TOMORROW, 9/16!

    Please see Principal Lynch's Announcement about Fall Orientation Days!

    Visit our website for the Fall Orientation Days schedule.

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