Announcement: Congratulations to the JROTC Academic Team for winning Round Two of the National Leadership and National Academic Competitions. They will now compete for the National Championship in June in Virginia!
As of March 2nd, 2015 Francis Lewis has adopted a new electronic use policy. Please take the time to read the new policy by clicking HERE.
Please note that this policy formalizes the existing policy that has been effect for the past two years.
Click here for Spring 2015 Tutoring Schedule
Tutoring Schedule Spring 2015.pdf
Student Spring Calendar 2015
Student Spring Calendar 2015.pdf
Click on attachment to view the Student Spring Calendar
Announcement: Congratulations to the Francis Lewis Robotics Program. 7 out of 8 Teams are advancing to Long Island/New York City Regional Competition at NYU-Poly on March 1!
Announcement: All girls who plan on trying out for the Girl's Tennis Team should check the announcement board across from Room 147 to see if they have been cleared to tryout for the team. All other tryout information will posted on that board by Friday, February 27.
Announcement: Pendemonium wants to publish your poetry, short stories, photography and art. Come to our meetings on Mondays during Period 9 in Room 255B or see Mr. Johnson in the English Department for submission details.
CCHS 2015 APPLICATION_ENGLISH.pdf
Community and Citywide Education Council Elections 2015-2017
Community or Citywide Education Councils help to shape educational policies and priorities in their districts. CCEC members are parent volunteers who provide hands-on leadership and support for their community's public schools. Participation on these councils is an important responsibility that every public school parent should join in! These elections occur every two years. 2015 gives you the opportunity to be more engaged in every aspect of your children’s school life. Go to http://www.nycparentleaders.org/resources.html and run for 2015 NYC Education Councils. #RaiseYourHandNYC for our kids!
Parents are invited to learn more about the 2015 Education Council Elections on January 26th from 6 PM – 8 PM. This interactive session will be held at Tweed Courthouse, 52 Chambers Street, NY 10007 and will include a Q&A session with current and former council members.
Please register at this link Register for the event HERE
February 11 – March 11 Online applications accepted • Parents of NYC children can apply
• Parents should apply online. Local public libraries provide free computer access to allow you to apply online.
March 18 – April 18 Candidate Forums Parents (particularly selectors) should attend the candidate forum for your district or borough
April 19 – May 8 Selector voting period All selectors set to vote at NYCParentLeaders.org
Announcement: This is a reminder to all students that Homework Helpers (Tutoring) - Math only- is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays in Room 222 fro 3:20 pm - 5 pm.
Apply for an IDNYC Card
On January 12, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced that New York City residents are now able to sign up for IDNYC, a government-issued identification card that is available to all City residents ages 14 and older, regardless of immigration status. The IDNYC card is a secure document that enables residents to access City services and grants admission to City buildings, such as public schools. New York City residents may receive an IDNYC card free of charge until December 31, 2015. To apply for this card, residents must make an appointment at an IDNYC Enrollment Center by calling 311 or going online to www.nyc.gov/IDNYC. Residents must bring a completed application, proof of identity, and proof of residency to their appointment. Acceptable documents include NYCDOE transcripts, NYCDOE student ID cards, and letters from the NYCDOE that support NYC enrollment for students; for a complete list of acceptable documentation, see here. Note that translation services will be available at enrollment centers, and enrollment centers will be accessible to people with disabilities.
For more information on IDNYC, including additional benefits associated with this card, see here or call 311. Please encourage your school community to apply.
Princeton Review SAT Prep Courses offered at FLHS 2014-2015
Princeton Review 2014-2014 SAT Prep Courses.pdf
Click on attachment for dates and information.
SAT Fundamentals Classroom #196029
(prep for June 2015 SAT)
Begins March 23rd
$699 $499 with code QUEFLHSFUN
Need a different location or schedule? Francis Lewis High School students are eligible for tuition discounts on SAT and ACT classes throughout New York City! Visit www.PrincetonReview.com to find a course that fits your needs.
Enroll online at www.PrincetonReview.com or by phone at 888-865-7737. To enroll by mail please send enrollment form and payment to:
The Princeton Review, 24 Prime Parkway, Suite 201, Natick MA 01760
*Test names are the trademark of their respective owners, who are not affiliated with The Princeton Review.
The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University. Visit PrincetonReview.com for guarantee details
Family Guide to Special Education: Click here online
The guide provides information about families’ roles, rights, and the processes associated with special education identification, referral, and services. In addition to updates on NYCDOE and NYSED policies, the guide includes an extended chapter on related services, information on specialized programs, and updates to graduation requirements and commencement credentials.
School Community Ebola.pdf
To Register for Pupil Path
Programs changes WILL NOT BE DONE for the following reasons:
1. Remove your lunch
2. Shorten your day
3. Earlier Schedule
Instructions to Register for PupilPath
- In order to register you need the registration code
(Please be aware that some of the codes emailed had the student and parent codes reversed, a new updated version has been emailed out)
- It either has been or will be E-mailed to your school issued E-mail address
If you have logged into your francislewishs.org account before... the e-mail has already been sent.. please log in to your account to get the PupilPath instructions.
If you have not logged in before (or new student) follow these instructions:
Click Login on the top left of this page (it is small)
Your user-name is as follows:
The first letter of your first name + The first 3 letters of your last name + the last 4 letters of your ID #
ex. John Smith ID# 123456789 username = jsmi6789
Your password is temporarily set to your ID#
After you log in please click on the "My E-mail" tab on the left...(this will take you to your school issued g-mail account) check back for the PupilPath Registration Instructions in this e-mail box... it will be sent at least once a day for the next 5 days.
LUNCH FORMS FOR 2014-2015 CAN BE DONE ONLINE BEGINNING JULY 1, 2014
Click on attachment
All students are required to have a School ID. If you are taking a Regents exam you must show your Student ID at the time of the exam. To replace your lost Student ID card you must go to the "CAGE" Before or after your day or during your lunch period. NOT DURING CLASS TIME! The Cage is open from 8 AM - 2 PM.
STUDENT DRESS CODE:
Please be reminded that proper school attire is expected and enforced.
Therefore, students should not wear the following:
Strapless or Revealing Shirts
Pants/Shorts that hang below the waist
MODEL UN News:
If you are interested in taking Model United Nation's as a class next year, please fill out the application on Skedula or Edmodo. If you have questions please feel free to go to the Social Studies Department in Room 139.
Academic Intervention Log-In
(You must disable pop-up blockers)
Account Log-In: FLHS
PLATO Name: Osis #
Password: (Password on your letter) See Dr. Marmor in room 105 for help
Academic Intervention Site
Regarding PCB's Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures - Important Message for Parents/Guardians
PCBs-Fluorescent lighting fixtures 11-13-2014.pdf
Click on attachment for details.
Seasonal Flu: A Guide For Parents
High School Progress Reports Are Released:
We are happy to report that Francis
Lewis High School received an “A” again this year!
The New York City Department
of Education released the annual public school Progress Reports for New York
City High Schools. These reports give letter grades (A to F) to schools based
on student academic achievement and progress as well as student attendance and
the results of the Annual Learning Environment Surveys that parents, teachers,
and students fill out each spring. To view our complete report, go to http://schools.nyc.gov , click on the left hand side “Performance &
Free Online SAT Prep Course for Our Students
"Method Test Prep"
For instant online access to assist you in preparing for the SAT...
1. Log into your Castle Learning account at www.castlelearning.com
(First time users should use only their OSIS numbers to create their account)
2. Click on Method Test Prep (at the bottom of the home page under Additional Resources)
Take advantage of this valuable online tool!
If you need assistance with your Castle Learning account, please come to Room 105.