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  • PreK Parent Welcome Breakfast

    On Monday, September 11th our PTA held a BooHoo ~ Yahoo Breakfast. Thank you to all of the Pre-K parents who came by and #thankyouptotoday for the Leap Frog System! One very lucky parent got to take one home!

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  • Open House

    All families are encouraged to attend Open House. Come meet your child's teacher! Sit in their classroom and learn all you need to know to help your child be successful. Open houses will be on Monday, September 18th at 5:30 p.m. for grades 4-8. Monday, September 25th, at 5:30 p.m. is open house for grades PreK-3.

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  • Hostos Micro City Citizens

    Micro citizens are busy getting ready for the back to work season. Student citizens are preparing resumes. Student leaders are working on their campaigns for election to president, vice-president and judge positions. Eligible students are gearing up for management and financial academies. Ask your student how they are preparing for a new year of Micro work.

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Yonkers Public Schools News 2016-2017

  • Mental Health Awareness: Talking About 13 Reasons Why

    13 Reasons Why is a fictional TV-MA rated series streaming on Netflix about a teenage girl who dies by suicide. There is growing concern among mental health professionals about the content. The District is providing information resources for students and families.

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  • Mayor Spano Reappoints Dr. Sayegh to BOE

    As a trustee of the Board of Education, Dr. Sayegh joins eight other members to represent the official policy making body of the Yonkers Public School District.  He previously served a full term, including three years as Board President.

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  • Trustees Elect Officers

    At the 136th Annual Meeting of the Yonkers Board of Education, the Trustees re-elected Rev. Steve Lopez and Ms. Judith Ramos Meier to serve as president and vice-president respectively. Both will serve one-year terms in their leadership posts.

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  •  STEAM Fridays!

    The Eugenio Maria de Hostos MicroSociety School has instituted STEAM Fridays across all grade levels. STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. STEAM is a way to teach how all things relate to each other, in school and in life. It’s more fun than traditional learning styles, and makes more sense to all types of learners, because it is based on the natural ways that people learn and are interested in things. Students like STEAM lessons because they are almost always investigating things that matter to them. An average lesson starts with giving students a reason to be interested in the topic. Then students research things to learn the content they need to know to gather and analyze data, then they plan and build something, correct it, analyze it and report on it. Ask your student about their STEAM Friday experiences.

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  • We are collecting items for our STEAM resource center.

    STEAM Materials List

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