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    Download the eChalk Notify App: Stay Up To Date with Important Information

    Please download the eChalk Notify app to receive important alerts from WVHS:

    1. Download the eChalk Notify App: Anyone can download the eChalk Notify App for free from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. Just search for “eChalk Notify.”

    2. Login with Alert Code "3OGC5P": Click on “Proceed without logging in” > Settings icon > + > enter your school’s alert code > Connect to receive emergency alert notifications only.

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  • NYC DOE Chancellor's Update for Families - 2.11.21

    Dear Families,

    It is hard to believe we are already in the second half of this unusual school year. I am so grateful for your continued perseverance and flexibility during these difficult times, including the added challenges of our recent snowstorms.

    Your voice and leadership are important, and I want to briefly share how you can use them to help our schools and students in a very important way. You can now apply to run for a seat in the coming election for Community and Citywide Education Councils. As a member of a Council, you are a voice for your community—and you can help make a direct impact on education policy. This includes through hosting Town Halls with me, collaborating with superintendents to improve student achievement, and advising on school building changes.

    Each of the 32 geographic school districts has a Community Education Council, and there are four Citywide Councils: High Schools, English Language Learners, Special Education, and District 75. To apply to be a candidate for a council, simply log into your NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) to get started. If you don’t have a NYCSA account, you can sign up for one at mystudent.nyc and then contact your parent coordinator to add your students. You can submit your application through February 28.

    Later in the year, for the first time ever, parents and guardians with a child in a New York City public school will have the chance to vote for their preferred Community Education Council candidates and have a direct hand in shaping important decisions in our city. You need a NYCSA account to vote, so if you don’t have one, again, please sign up at mystudent.nyc. Whether as a candidate or a voter, I very much hope you will take advantage of these opportunities to impact our schools.

    In other news, I am excited to share that we will be reopening our middle schools for in-person learning on Thursday, February 25. We have developed strong practices to help keep school communities healthy and safe. If you have a student in grades 6-8 and selected blended learning, your child’s principal will reach out with their

    new schedule. All schools will have 20 percent of students and staff randomly tested on a weekly basis. Students who have not already done so are required to provide consent for testing by their first scheduled in-person learning day in order to learn in person. I encourage families to submit consent through your NYC Schools Account prior to your child’s first day of in-person learning.

    And here’s some good news for families currently applying to middle or high school: We’re giving you more time to submit your applications. The new deadline to apply to middle school is February 23 and the new deadline for eighth- and ninth-grade families to submit their high school application is March 1. As a reminder, you can apply one of three ways: online at MySchools.nyc, through your child’s current school counselor, or through a Family Welcome Center (schools.nyc.gov/WelcomeCenters).

    This is an exciting and important time in our schools, as together we celebrate both Black History Month and Respect for All Week. Our educators and students across the city are engaged in thoughtful exploration of these issues as they connect to our lives and our national experience. Having this conversation deepens our understanding of how we can make progress toward justice and fairness. You can find some great resources to help with these discussions on the DOE’s official blog The Morning Bell at morningbellnyc.com/2021/commemorate-bhm and at morningbellnyc.com/2021/celebrate-rfa-week. You can also enroll in courses related to Black History Month on Parent University at parentu.schools.nyc.

    Thank you again for working alongside us as we educate your children. We know how important school is for your student, whether they are learning remotely or in person—and our dedication to them remains unwavering during this challenging time.

    I hope you and your families enjoy the upcoming midwinter recess, February 15–19. And Happy Lunar New Year to those who celebrate on February 12!

     

    Sincerely,

    Richard A. Carranza

    Chancellor

    New York City Department of Education

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  • Mid-Winter Recess - NO SCHOOL

    Greetings World View Community,

    Welcome to the second week of Spring Semester! We hope you are all doing well. 

    This is a reminder that our Mid-Winter recess begins this Friday, February 12 and continues through Friday, February 19.

    Last day of classes for this week will be on Thursday, February 11th with our day ending with 8th period Valentine's Day activities. We resume regular classes on Monday, February 22nd. 

    We care greatly for the well-being of everyone in our school community. Should you have any questions or need any support please do not hesitate to contact the school.

     

    For general inquiries, please contact:

    Emailinfo@worldviewhs.org 

    Call/Text(347) 857-WVHS aka (347) 857-9847

     

    Visit the World View Website www.worldviewhs.org for updates and information

    *Chat with us via our website - click the chat icon in the bottom left corner 

     

    For questions regarding your child’s progress, please feel free to email their teacher or contact your child’s guidance counselor using the information below:

    9th Grade

    10th Grade

    11th Grade

    12th Grade

    Ingrid Paulino


    Email:

    ipaulino@worldviewhs.org


    Call/Text:

    475-619-2432

    Marluan Vargas


    Email:

    mvargas@worldviewhs.org


    Call/Text:

    914-348-1668

    Janice Mejia


    Email:

    jmejia@worldviewhs.org


    Call/Text:

    856-431-2726

    Andri Perez


    Email:

    aperez@worldviewhs.org


    Call/Text:

    917-512-3880

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  • NYC DOE Chancellor's Update for Families - 1.22.21

    Dear Families,

    I hope the new year is treating you and your loved ones well and that your children are settling back into their  learning routines. There are a lot of great things happening in our public schools this month! 

    First, we are committed to continuing to improve teaching and learning during this unprecedented school year.  Your feedback is key to this effort. This week, we launched our School Experience Survey to learn about our  students’ and families’ experiences with remote and in-person learning this school year. Our goal is to use that  feedback to improve learning for the rest of the year. Families of children in grades 3-K – 12, and students in  grades 6 – 12 can go right now to schools.nyc.gov/experiencesurveyto tell us what you think! 

    Second, you may be aware that we are making some important changes to our elementary, middle, and high school admissions processes to better serve all our students. These changes will help us continue to move toward  a better, more equitable school system that helps every student succeed. 

    In the Update for Families below, you will find additional information on these new admissions policies, as well  as on the School Experience Survey. 

    In other news, I want to share that we have delivered 450,000 free devices to students since last spring to help  them with their remote learning. We have 50,000 more devices on the way. Need a device? Ask your school. You  no longer need to fill out an online form; your school will help you through the process to receive one.

    The free COVID-19 vaccine is also in the news, and you probably wonder when and where you can get yours. New Yorkers age 65 or older and certain frontline essential workers, including school and childcare staff, are now eligible to get the vaccine. Eligible New Yorkers can reserve their appointment by calling (877) VAX-4NYC or by visiting nyc.gov/VaccineFinder. You can also access up-to-date information about who is eligible anytime at nyc.gov/vaccinecommandcenter. COVID-19 vaccines are not yet being administered to children under age 16;  however, we will communicate if and when children under age 16 are eligible to receive it. 

    Thank you again for partnering with us to ensure that all our students receive the best education possible in the  greatest city in the world. 

     

    Sincerely,

    Richard A. Carranza 

    Chancellor 

    New York City Department of Education

     

    Update for Families, January 22, 2021 

    Fall 2020 School Experience Survey 

    We want to know about your experience with remote and in-person learning during the current school year. Now through February 5, please share your opinions via the Survey by visiting schools.nyc.gov/experiencesurvey.

    The survey collects feedback from families, students, and teachers about remote learning, communication,  technology use, and health, safety, and instruction for those students and teachers who attended school or  worked in person at any point this school year. Your feedback will help us understand student needs and  improve remote and in-person learning for the rest of the school year. 

    The survey is open to families and teachers of students in grades 3-K–12, and students in grades 6–12. The  survey is available in English, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish and  Urdu. All feedback provided is anonymous and confidential. 

    Anyone who cannot complete the survey online can call 311 to find support to complete the survey by phone. The survey closes on Friday, February 5, and we want to hear from you! 

    Middle and High School Admissions 

    Middle school applications opened January 14 and high school applications opened January 20. This year we’ve  made some changes to better support our students’ learning journeys and to ensure a fairer process for all our public school families. Now that the high school application is open, you will be able to apply online at MySchools.nyc or through your school counselor. The deadline to apply is February 23.

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  • NYC Schools Account

    The DOE is asking for parents / guardians to register on the NYC Schools Account.

    The NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is a web-based application that lets you see your child's academic and biographic information on any computer, phone or tablet. The application is translated into nine languages other than English. 

    https://mystudent.nyc/

    To create this account you will need a creation code that will be provided by the school. Please make an appointment to set up this account (it will only take 5-10 minutes). 

    Email: Ms. Frias jfrias@worldviewhs.org or Ms. Valdez yvaldez@worldviewhs.org

    For more details call: (914) 620-2372 or (347) 857-9847

    We encourage you to create this account. The school letter can be accessed here via a dropdown and you can simply take a screenshot as proof of enrollment.

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  • P-EBT funds from Community Food Advocates

    What families should do if they have not yet received P-EBT for Spring 2020

    New York State has recently finished the initial distribution of P-EBT benefits for the past school year.  There are still many families who have not yet received their benefit for various reasons, such as a change in address. 

    We ask that anyone who has not received this initial $420 distribution to complete the State P-EBT Contact Form and email it to us at info@foodadvocates.orgWe are directly following up with the State because the state hotline is not currently staffed.


    Please Note: The State P-EBT helpline (1-833-452-0096) is not currently staffed and you will get an automated recording.

    Status of P-EBT for the 2020-2021 School Year

    As announced in October, the federal government extended P-EBT for the 2020-2021 school year.  New York State is in the process of submitting a plan to the federal government for distribution of these benefits.  We do not have a specific time frame for distribution of benefits but the state is projecting a March 2021 distribution date.  We will keep you informed as their plans become definite.

    Also , please see below the P-EBT form parent can use for assistance:

    https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=6rhs9AB5EE2M64Dowcge5xOHCi6o8CpIhK5UlB98liVUQlNLVkpSRFJQUlkwR1lCT1E4T09SVzc3Ry4u

    Community Food Advocates
    110 Wall Street
    New York, NY 10005

    646-603-3021

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