Elizabeth Blackwell Middle School 210Q


  • Research shows that attendance affects academic achievement. Make sure that your child attends school everyday on time. Students should be at line-up at 8:10am.
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  • The bringing of cell phones or other electronic devices to school is prohibited.
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  • PBIS 
    Our school-wide behavior program, PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports), allows students to earn tickets for positive behavior.  Please encourage your child to "do the right thing" in order to earn rewards from staff members.
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  •  The following procedure was created by this school in order to adhere to the NYS Policy concerning Prohibited Electronic Devices in a testing location. To view the document, Please click on For Parents.
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A message from the Principal:
Bonnie Butcher 
2015-2016 Winter Recess Assignments
school calendar 2015-2016

NYS School Account

 Every four years, New York City creates a plan called PlaNYC to help chart our course forward as a city. This year, the City is asking New Yorkers to share their ideas on how to make New York City a better place to live. To help with this effort, and to ensure that the voices in our community are heard, you are encouraged to take this brief PlaNYC survey at http://www1.nyc.gov/nyc-resources/planyc-survey.page .The survey will be available from March 6 through April 22 and will be offered in seven languages. Responses to personal information on the survey will be optional and responders will be asked permission to share their responses publicly.
“This is the MS 210Q Cell Phone and Other Electronic Devices Policy through June 2015.  Students will receive their copy of this policy this week as well as the student contract.  We encourage parents/guardians to discuss with your child this policy and the importance of following school rules and protocols.  We thank you for your continued cooperation. “ 
  (Click on the link MS210Q Cell phone to view)
Please be aware that the MTA has recently announced a fare increase that will occur on March 22, 2015.  This increase only applies to students using “half-fare” MetroCards and does not affect “regular” student MetroCards; the projected increase will be from $1.25 to $1.35. 




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