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  • BSMART HONOR ROLL

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  • Parent Teacher Conferences

    Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences will be held Wednesday, November 10, 2021 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm and Friday, November 12, 2021 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. 

    Please check your emails for link to sign up! 

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  • Welcome Back Students!

    Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year- our long awaited homecoming! 

    It was so exciting to welcome students back in our classrooms last week, seeing the joy on their faces as they all could finally return to learn in-person with their teachers and classmates! This is a very special time, and we are doing everything possible to make sure everyone in our schools remains safe and healthy.

    I invite you to share the amazing experience of that first week of school with me through this video (vimeo.com/609642752/70f8506d67) capturing our homecoming experience across the city. 

    In addition to the extensive health and safety measures summarized on our school year 2021-22 webpage (schools.nyc.gov/homecoming), we are making two important adjustments to COVID-19 protocols in our
    schools:

    Weekly testing.  Starting Monday, September 27, the DOE will increase random COVID-19 testing in all elementary, middle, and high schools for students in grades 1-12 from biweekly to weekly. We can only test students whose parents have provided an updated testing consent form to their school. You are encouraged to provide this consent for your child if you have not done so. If you have already submitted a testing consent form for the 2021-22 school year, that consent form remains in effect. If you have not yet submitted your consent, you can do so one of two ways: 

    o Fill out the form using your NYC Schools Account (NYCSA): schoolsaccount.nyc or
    o Download the form online at schools.nyc.gov/covid testing and bring the completed form to your child’s school.

    Updated quarantine policy. Also starting Monday, September 27, in accordance with the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we will no longer   close an entire classroom when there is a positive case in the classroom. Unvaccinated students who are masked and at least three feet distanced from a student who tests positive are not considered close  contacts under CDC guidelines and will not have to quarantine. This new policy applies to all students in

    Vaccination is the most important step that we can take to protect our families and our communities against COVID-19. To protect your children and school communities, we have mandated that all DOE school staff be vaccinated against COVID-19—by September 27, all employees will have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

    To schedule a vaccination appointment for yourself or your eligible student aged 12 and older, please visit vaccinefinder.nyc.gov.

    We will continue to share everything we are doing to keep your children safe. Our school year back together  again is already off to a fantastic start, and I look forward to seeing your students thrive and grow this year as they learn alongside their peers.

    In partnership,
    Meisha Porter

    New York City Schools Chancellor 

    Brooklyn School for Math and Research (B-SMARt)
  • Congrats to Eugenia Tejada!

    The B-SMART community would like to extend a sincere congratulations to Eugenia Tejada, who is a 2021 New Visions for Public Schools scholarship recipient.

    The NVPS Scholarship will award Eugenia $20,000 over the course of her undergraduate career. 

     

    Brooklyn School for Math and Research (B-SMARt)
  • COVID-19 Updates

    Please visit our COVID-19 Plan page to find all the critical information about how  B-SMART is changing the way we operate to reduce the risk of COVID infection. We are doing everything we can to make sure staff, students, and families are safe.

    Brooklyn School for Math and Research (B-SMARt)
  • BSMART Ranked Among the Top High Schools in Brooklyn

    When considering where some of New York City’s brightest middle schoolers may end up, it’s easy to immediately think of the coveted specialized high schools, and the exam used exclusively for admissions there. While those specialized high schools took many of the top 5 slots, School Digger ranked The Brooklyn School for Math and Research the #6 best high school in Brooklyn.  

    In nearly every category, B-SMART outperformed schools in our district and the city.
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