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Information You Should Know

Dear Parents & Guardians,
For the safety and well-being of your child it is imperative
that we
have accurate biographical and emergency contact
information on
file for both you and your child. 
All changes of address, phone numbers,
 cell phone numbers,
guardianship and emergency contact persons must
be reported
to your child’s guidance counselor. 
According to the
Chancellor’s Regulations, all changes of
address must be accompanied by a gas, electrical, or water bill. 
 A mortgage statement is acceptable as well.  If you rent and do not
pay utilities, a notarized letter from your landlord is required.  
Additionally, change of guardianship requires a notarized form which
is available at our school. 
Sincerely,
Fern Bren
Assistant Principal
Pupil Personnel Service

SPRING TUTORING 2014
Tutoring Schedule.pdf
Please see attachment for AP meeting schedule.
ScheduleAP2014.pdf
Please see attachment for letter concerning partcipation
in Graduation 2014 ceremony.
GradCandidates2014.pdf

2014 New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF) Finalists

Posted on Monday, March 10, 2014 by Elert for AwardsNYCSEF.

13 Midwood Science Research students were declared finalists in the 2014 

New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF). NYCSEF is the

New York City Department of Education’s annual science and

technology research competition, coordinated by the City University of New York

 (CUNY). More than 700 students from around the city submitted applications to

the 2013 NYCSEF. On Sunday, March 2, the qualifying students from high schools

across the city met at City College to display their scientific research for the Preliminary Round.

Only the top 100 projects (approximately) are invited to attend the finals round.

These students are the best of the best. Wish them good luck at the finals on

March 25, 2014 at the American Museum of Natural History. Awards will

be announced two days later at Hunter College.

Allen Barbarovich (Medicine & Health Sciences)Link Between

Systemic Cobalamin Deficiency and CNS Demyelination in a CD320/TCblR KO Mouse Model
Mentor: Dr. Edward V. Quadros, SUNY Downstate, Department of Biochemistry

Yasmine Brown-Williams (Medicine & Health Sciences)
The Effect of a High-Fat Diet on Whole-Body and Muscle Insulin Resistance
Mentor: Dr. Kathleen Axen, Brooklyn College, Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences

Varvara Budetti and Alisha Bunting (Earth & Environmental Sciences)
The Effects of Macroalgae on Benthic Biodiversity in Jamaica Bay
Mentor: Dr. Brett Branco, Brooklyn College, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Amy Cao and Ying Tong Guo (Chemistry)
Synthesis of iron triisopropylsilylated vinylketene complexes
Mentor: Dr. Wayne F.K. Schnatter, Long Island University, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Xin Yi Chen (Earth & Environmental Sciences)
Fermented Food Waste and Plant Growth: A Greenhouse Study
Mentor: Dr. Zhongqi (Joshua) Cheng, Brooklyn College, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Stefanie Henry (Medicine & Health Sciences)
Promoting Repair of Damaged Corticospinal Tract
Mentor: Dr. John (Jack) Martin, The City College of New York, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology

Raquel Hosein (Engineering)
Application of a Wireless Electrical Device for the Detection of Epilepsy
Mentor: Dr. Jonathan Viventi, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Shadika Jahan and Kiara Nuñez (Medicine & Health Sciences)
Computer Vision Syndrome: A study on blink rates
Mentor: Dr. Mark Rosenfield, SUNY College of Optometry, Department of Biological Sciences

M. Tasnin Kabir (Cellular & Molecular Biology)
Anti-cancer peptide PNC-27 associates with Mitochondria in Cancer Cells
Mentor: Dr. Josef Michl, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Department of Pathology

Tiffany Mai (Microbiology)
Mammalian Cell Expression of M2e-HA1 Conserved Sequences of H5N1 Influenza Virus
Mentor: Dr. Lanying Du, New York Blood Center, Viral Immunology Laboratory


The Summer Youth Employment Program
(SYEP) provides New York City youth
between the ages of 14 and 24 with
paid summer employment for up
to six weeks in July and August. 
Participants work in a variety of
entry-level jobs.
Please go to 
http://www.nyc.gov/html/dycd/html/jobs/syep.shtml for application.

BELL SCHEDULE
Bell Schedule.docx
Midwood has been designated a Gold Star school for 2013 by the W!SE organization based upon the performance of our economics students on the W!SE Financial Literacy test.  This is the 6th consecutive year Midwood has earned this honor.  We also have five social studies teachers designated as Gold Star Teachers as the notice indicates below.  They are Bret Cohen, Chris Miccio, Doug O'Connor, Laura Gavenda and Madison Williams.   They have continually done a great job with our economics students.

Upcoming Events

Mon, Apr 14 - Tue, Apr 22
Spring Recess
Friday, May 2
Coffee with the Principal
Tuesday, May 13
Parents Association Meeting
at 6:30pm Nominations for 2014/2015 Executive Board/SLT
Report Card
Monday, May 26
Memorial Day

Weather

Today, 4/19/2014
High: 64 Low: 43
Mostly sunny
3% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/20/2014
High: 56 Low: 43
Mostly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.