What we saw…
In Ellis Island there was a lot of interesting things. Ellis Island showed me that the baggage’s that they had carried are a lot different from what we carry now. There was a good amount of little children that was working like big adults to help their parents.
– Jada Bonner, Section 1
The trip to liberty island was truly amazing I got to experience taking a picture and seeing an ancient statue that was over 100 years old. On Ellis island it was such an eye opening experience to walk on the same grounds that many immigrants have fought to stand on. It showed me that I need to be appreciative and grateful for everything I have today and we got to travel the same way that people many ages ago did. It was so amazing to see where apart of history took place.
– Maisea Neverson, Section 3
The Statue of Liberty was built by a former civil war general Charles P. Stones. The statue skin is made of copper, the reason they picked copper is because when it’s exposed to oxygen in the air it undergoes a chemical reaction called oxidation.
– Abdulrahman Aldailam, Section 1
The statue of liberty was built by France and was a gift to the United States. The statue was assembled on Bedloe’s Island on October 28 1886. In 1924 the Statue of Liberty was declared a National monument. In 1956 Bedloe’s was renamed Liberty Island.
– Nazir Reid, Section 1
We have been notified by the N.Y.P.D. Truancy Division that on Monday, October 31, 2016 (Halloween), all students that are picked up by Truancy will not be brought back to U.A.M.A. Students will be taken to the Bushwick Truancy Center and will not be released under any circumstances unless they are picked up by a parent/guardian. We ask that you please have a conversation with your child to express the importance of coming to school on time and staying in the building for the duration of the day. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact our Parent Coordinator Cecily Zayas at 718- 858- 0249 EXT 8051.
Bushwick Truancy Center’s location and Contact information:
975 Bushwick Avenue
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11221
NOTICE OF 2nd EXPEDITED ELECTION
Parent Teacher Association
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
8 th floor- room 808
We encourage you or a family member to make every effort to attend. All Executive Board Positions are available for consideration. An overview of positions and responsibilities will be provided and discussed before the election process. Please understand that we are now at the critical stage of these elections, as we will be without school PTA representation which is essential throughout the school year. Please bring your questions and concerns with you, as we will be covering several topics that are important and relevant to the upcoming months. There are endless possibilities in the ways you can help! Whether you have 30 minutes or a couple of hours, your ideas, your time and your talents are truly needed! Please contact our Parent Coordinator, Ms. Cecily Zayas at firstname.lastname@example.org or (718) 858-0249 Ext 8051 to confirm your attendance. We look forward to seeing you!
On Wednesday, September 28, we warmly invite parents and guardians to the 2016-2017 Family Night. This night will give you the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress & meet their teachers. To make these conferences the most meaningful, we strongly recommend that you bring your child with you.
It will be held between 5:00PM – 8:00PM.
This year, we will host workshops on the following topics:
- Understanding and accessing Pupil Path , UAMA’s online grading system
- The 5 week project unit
- PTA Elections
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Parent Coordinator, Cecily Zayas at (718) 858-0249 ext. 8051 or email her at email@example.com
Hello students and parents!
On behalf of the faculty, staff, and administration, I am excited to welcome you to UAMA for the 2016-2017 school year! We have a great many things planned for you for the upcoming school year—activities in and out of the classroom that will challenge and excite you academically and socially. Below you will find links to our welcome letter that you will be receiving in the mail very soon, and a copy of our 2016-17 Student Handbook.
Welcome Letter for the Fall of 2016
UAMA Student Hand book
The welcome letter outlines what the first two days (Thursday, September 8th & Friday, September 9th) will look like for students. The Student Handbook details important information that students and parents should have concerning school policy, scheduling, important dates, rules, and so on. It will also receive occasional updates to reflect new additions in the school year.
See you on Thursday!