Announcements

  • Incoming Student Programs

    All students new to Midwood High School will report to school on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 between 2:00 PM and 3:30 PM to receive their Fall 2017 programs.  Classes begin on the next day, Thursday, September 7, 2017, the schedule for Thursday will be posted on line. 

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  • SPANISH AP- SUMMER ASSIGNMENT - 2017

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  • Welcome New Parents! Join the Parents Association.

    Please see attachment for the Parents' Association meeting dates.
    Midwood High School sends out emails and an electronic newsletter for parents/students.

    This newsletter contains important information for you and your child.

    Please fill out and submit this form and you will be added to the email list.
    To fill out the form go to:
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/10MEHzsXnrhGkJM7BUWuVCCGGwQmeVifgB60dZaavLJc/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link

     

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  • Biographical & Emergency Contact Info

    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. It is  important to see  Ms. Burns in room 135 so all new emergency contact information can be updated in our ATS system.
    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

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  • Welcome to the new Midwood website! Scroll through for announcements.

    Midwood's website has a new look! We have a new design that should make it easier to find all important information. 

    If you have any questions about the website, email mpentangelo@schools.nyc.gov

    Enjoy!

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  • Parent Consent Forms for Team Tryouts

    Before you try out for any team you must have a parent consent and medical form completed by a doctor, with his stamp and registry number.

    Parents must initial each line of the parent consent , as well as sign and date the parent consent and medical. 

    If you are anticipating trying out for any team, you should be getting this done now in preparation.

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  • Free Microsoft Software

    The Department of Education has a new program which allows all students the ability to download Microsoft Office software for free.
    Please see the attached letter regarding this offer.

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  • School Meals Application

    We encourage families to complete
    their School Meals Application
    online so that they will not need
    to submit a paper form.


    https://www.applyforlunch.com/

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Welcome to Midwood's Math Department

PATRICIA LAZO, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

 

A Little Bit About Us

We offer a wide variety of classes in the Mathematics Department which extends to Advanced Placement Classes in Calculus and Statistics. About 95 per cent of our math students are either taking regents level classes or higher. The Math Department faculty consists of 26 member who are dedicated to the success of our students... We look forward to an exciting term.                

MATH DEPARTMENT TUTORING SCHEDULE:  TBA

ADVANCED-PLACEMENT AND ELECTIVE COURSES OFFERED

IN THE MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT

BC Calculus: This course covers a full year of college calculus. Students take the AP exam, and if successful, can receive up to 2 semesters of credit in college.
The class meets for a double-period throughout the year. In order to take this class, students must have completed precalculus.

AB Calculus: This course covers a semester of college calculus. Students take the AP exam, and if successful, can receive 1 semester of credit in college.
The class meets for a single period. In order to take this class, students must have completed precalculus.

AP Statistics: This course covers a semester of statistics. Students take the AP exam, and if successful, can receive 1 semester of credit.
This class meets for a single period throughout the year. In order to take this class, students must have completed Algebra 2 and Trigonometry.

Discrete Math: This is a project-based class that is grounded in real-world problems. 

Financial Algegra:  This class focuses on mathematical skills needed in everyday life.

SAT Preparation: This course helps to prepare seniors for the SAT exam. It is open to seniors, and meets in multiple sections, once or twice a week, to prepare for both the Math and English sections.

 

 

Announcements

Staff

Math Teachers:

Angelique Alexander

Anne Bang

Lisa Bueno

Maureen Burch

John Caldwell

Lawrence Evans

John Falk

Matthew Fazio

Giovanni Gil

Janet Gillespie

Rene Goldfarb

Lynda Grabowski

Sierra Haney-Rolf

Marcia Kaufman (Senior Advisor)

Maysoon Mansour

Wendy Menard

Allyson Moone

Albert Peterson

Edy Rameau

Paul Reichelson

Stephanie Rosado

Graham Ross

SueAnn Seccafico

Jessica Sherman

David Walters

Samantha Copeland

 

Assistant Principal:

Patricial Lazo