Virtual Summer School Information

 

Notification was sent via email and phone call if you are required to attend virtual summer school.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Rita our PC at 347-777-6537.  Summer School will run from July 6th - Aug 14th.  In order to access your summer classes all students must register for the DOE Student Account.  Once you are registered, you will access your classes on the iLearn platform.  Please follow the below steps:

To set up your DOE Student Account:

  1. Go to  Student Account Self Service  

  2. Enter your  9-digit Student ID (OSIS) number. (You can find your Student ID number on a report card, your student ID card, or in your  NYCSA account.

  1. Enter your birthday.  

  1. Click  Continue.  

  1. Your student ID is your username followed by @nycstudents.net 

To access iLearnNYC for summer school classes:

  1. Students log into TeachHub with their DOE student account information and click on the dark blue “iLearnNYC Summer School” icon.  

Return to School 2020

Please check back here regularly for updated information regarding the plans to Return to School this Fall.   Use this link to access the DOE Return to School 2020 homepage for more information.

Family Information Session with the Chancellor:  There are 2 more sessions left; August 12th and August 27th.  Use this link to registerhttps://learndoe.org/face/

 

Direct link to register https://learndoe.org/face/

 
 

 31590 Family and Student Information Session_CRC_Spanish 2.pdf

 

Summer Assignments!

     

Click  the link to access our summer English assignment for all students:  ELA Summer Assignment_Remote 2020 1.pdf 

Click to access our summer Math assignment for incoming 9th graders:  Freshman Summer Assignment 2020.pdf 

Looking for more summer academic enrichment activities?  Click here to view the Letter to Families from the Chancellor with links to Summer Reading, Challenges and Activities:  Update for Families_Summer Enrichments Activites and Resources.pdf 

Welcome to The Facing History School!

Our mission is to graduate students who are: a) lifelong learners with the skills and knowledge for academic and professional success and b) prepared for the responsibilities of being active, thoughtful participants and leaders in a democratic society.
We opened our doors in September 2005, and many of our core founding values have remained the same: a focus on performance based assessment; a belief in distributive leadership; an emphasis on building relationships among staff and students and a desire to know each child – their academic strengths and challenges, their interests, their lives outside of school and their dreams.
We believe that our relevant, academically rigorous program and the supportive, caring structures we have in place make us more than just an excellent school, but an excellent learning community. With the guidance of our lead partner, Facing History and Ourselves, we ask our students to go on a four year journey to help prepare them for the ethical and moral decisions of adulthood. Our school’s activities, structure, and curricula are centered around four themes: Identity, Caring and Responsibility, Decision-making, and Choosing to Participate.

PTA Meetings and Workshops!

Parents/Guardians:
 
Please come back soon to view information for parent events, workshops and PTA meetings for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year!  We look forward to you joining us! 

School Dress Code Policy

FHS has made some additions to the dress code as of January 2020!  You can review it here:  FHS Dress Code Policy Spring 2020 Parents_Students.pdf 
 
 

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  • Statement on Accessibility

    We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Christine Ortiz at (212) 757-2680 to request assistance or Christine@facinghistoryschool.org.

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  • Please visit our new RAPP page!

    To learn more about our Relationship Abuse Prevention Program, please visit the RAPP page listed under the "partnerships" section above. 

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  • Records Request

    If you are an alumni and need to request your school records, please visit the student page above and complete the form to mail or fax (212-757-2156) back to the school. 

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