This morning, Morah Ravit’s second grade students using Thumbprint, an Apple iPad app, were left with quite an impression! They were able to reinforce their understanding of Hebrew word gender by completing a series of activities within Thumbprint. The students were extremely excited to have instantaneous feedback and the ability to review the material in different ways. Click here to see photos.
|Technology: Making, Tinkering and Innovating|
Students in our Technology elective class, under the guidance of Ms. Simon, have just started designing, building, and inventing amazing objects. For their first project, each student created an electrical circuit with blinking LED lights. Maker space is one of the latest trends in educational technology where students engage in transforming their ideas into actual projects using hardware and software tools. Please click here to view some pictures of student's creations and here to see a video of their first project. The World Maker Faire is being held on September 20 and September 21 at the New York Hall of Science. Please click here to purchase tickets and view additional information.
|Days of Awe|
Rabbi Reis, our Rabbi in Residence, is sharing his wisdom, knowledge and shofar blowing skills with our students as we prepare for the Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe).
Go Math! Kindergarten-Grade 5 Online Academic Support
Solomon Schechter School of Queens has implemented a new mathematics program, Go Math!, beginning in the Kindergarten up to Grade 5. The new program is aligned with the more vigorous standards of the core curriculum in mathematics. The online component of the program gives parents and students the ability to access the textbooks and additional resources online from home.
To access this site, go to www-k6.thinkcentral.com, where you will see several boxes that require you to fill in information. Select New York for the State and Private for the district and enter your userid and password. You should have access to the textbook and other online resources. Should you have any questions regarding the program, please contact your child's teacher.
Google Classroom is now in use. Parents are able to use their child's credentials to login and view posted assignments.
|Middle School Office Hours|
|One page calendar 2014-2015|
|October 6, 2013 Reunion Classes of ’63-‘69|
Read about Eric Benaim ’93 who switched careers from an event production and marketing company to Real Estate and has been recognized by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg as one of 40 under 40 Queens Rising Stars and later, recognized by Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz as one of 40 under 40 Brooklyn Rising Stars. Eric was the first person to be awarded the honor in both boroughs. Click here to read more.
Read about Leslie Lobel (’70), who emigrated from New York to Israel in 2002 with an MD degree and doctorate in virology from Columbia University. Dr. Lobel is a Professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and a world-recognized virologist who has been researching a cure for hemorrhagic fever viruses, including Ebola. Click here to read more about Dr. Lobel and his work.
Read about Daniel Levy (’80) curator and founder of The Museum of Interesting Things a traveling interactive demonstration/exhibition of antiques and inventions that goes to schools and events and inspires kids and adults to be curious and to tinker by clicking here.
Read about Nily Rozic ('00) New York's 25th District Assemblywoman representing neighborhoods in northeast Queens, including Flushing, Queensboro Hill, Hillcrest, Fresh Meadows, Oakland Gardens, Bayside
and Douglaston. Click here to read more about her.
Read about Ivan Menchell ('74) writer/producer whose Broadway credits include Bonnie & Clyde (book), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (additional material), and The Cemetery Club by clicking here.
Read about Gary Shteyngart (’87) award winning author by clicking here.