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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  • Extended Day Tutorial
    Tuesdays and Wednesdays ONLY
    2:30 pm-3:20 pm.
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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:
"Welcome to the Elizabeth Blackwell Middle School 210Q website.  We are a community of life-long learners, focused on empowering our students with the academic, social and civic skills that will enable them to became productive members within our global economy.  Our staff has worked very hard to create their web pages to keep our parents and guardians current with school dates, events and academic information.  We hope that you find the information on our website helpful as we partner in the educational process with your child.  We look forward to productive years with our students and their families."
Rosalyn Allman-Manning
Calendar Change  
Senior Trip  
New Elementary School (click for PDF)
New School Survey
High School Survey (click for PDF) 
District 27 HS Survey
 School Construction Authority
State Testing Program  
In the next couple of weeks, if not days, your child will be coming home with a letter given to them by their homeroom teacher from Datacation, inviting you to join Pupil Path. The Pupil Path website will allow you to obtain immediate information regarding your child's education. The letter contains instruction, your child's OSIS and the parent code to access Pupil Path. If you have more than one child enrolled in the school you must create separate accounts according to the parent codes on each child's letter. Parents should use their own personal email accounts, not your children's email. Teachers might email information for you and want to make sure you receive the email.
Side Note:
You can get a FREE email account from gmail.com(google), icloud,com(apple), yahoo.com, live.com(windows), or hotmail.com.

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