Saturday Academy ELA and Math
This Saturday February 3rd marks the beginning of our Saturday Academy for ELA and math. All middle school students are invited to attend the 3 hour tutoring session. The tutoring session will begin promptly at 8:30 am and conclude at 11:30 am. The session will be broken up into math and ELA sections and students will attend one of each taught by our own Gateway staff. To participate in the tutoring session, download the attached permission slip and bring the signed permission slip to your first tutoring session. The teacher will collect your permission slip at that time and keep it on file. Once you come to the school, you will be directed to the proper classroom for your designated tutoring session. There will be a brief break for a snack half way through the full session, and then students will attend the second half of the tutoring. You do not need a new permission slip for each Saturday Academy session. You must bring your supplies to each session: notebook, pens and pencils, workbooks, etc. You are not allowed to wander the building during breaks and must adhere to the designated areas indicated.
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Gladiators Triumph for Second Win of Season By: Waleed Akbar 1/12/18
The Gladiators have had a long, difficult season thus far, earning just 1 win out of their first 9 games, for a 1-8 record. Playing at home in front of an energetic crowd on January 11th, their season was on the line. One more loss meant they would be knocked out of playoff contention. However, they came out strong both offensively and defensively, showing us the underlying potential present in our team.
Playing against Robert H. Goddard High School, who came into the game 2-6, the Gladiators definitely weren’t expecting an easy win. What they ended up giving us was a 20 point blowout that showed us how the team can play well together and set each other up for success. The Gladiators prevailed 68-48. It seemed everyone managed to do something to contribute to the crucial win. Out of the starters, four managed to score in double figures. Justin Jones scored 23 points (11-13 at the free throw line), had 6 rebounds and 5 assists, giving the best all around performance for the game. Abbas Aslam had a double double with 10 points and 10 assists, dishing it out to Jones, Kyle Thomas and Shem Jacob for easy and consistent points. Kyle Thomas scored 12 points along with 5 rebounds and 2 assists, being an important role player. A slow start ended up becoming crucial down the line with Thomas increasing the score when necessary. Shem Jacob scored in double figures, with 11 points and an impressive 7 rebounds. Other important contributions were from Nicholas Lewis and Marco Guerrero, who contributed 5 points and 7 points respectively. Lewis grabbed 5 boards as well. An all around solid team effort provided us with the kind of win we should be getting every game, and perhaps motivated the players to play with the same level of urgency and aggression in the coming games. The highlight of the game was probably Aslam using a simple dribble move to put No. 11 of Goddard on skates. The crowd went nuts at that play, but Aslam ended up being called for an offensive foul. However, it was quite clear that No. 11 was caught off guard in what proved to be one of the memorable highlights of the season for the Gladiators.
With 5 games left to go in the season, and a 6th that was postponed on on January 4th, every single game is a must win. The team needs to break even, with an 8-8 record, to qualify for the playoffs. 6 games is just enough for us to keep this hope alive. Only one of the five games are at home, against Robert F. Kennedy on January 30th. The postponed game will most likely be at home as well. Be sure to come out to the home games to support the team, regardless of if we’ve qualified for the playoffs or not. This will be the last time we can see our seniors, namely Jones, Thomas, and Aslam, play for the team at home. Regardless of the result we achieve from the season, support is needed from the school to motivate the team to try their hardest to make the playoffs. Either way, the season proved to be a wild ride, with its highs and its lows.
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Queens Gateway Cell Phone Policy
Cell Phone Policy
As per Chancellor’s Regulation A-413, students are permitted to bring the following electronic items to school: (1) cell phones; (2) Laptops, tablets, iPads and other similar computing devices; and (3) Portable music and entertainment systems such as iPods, MP3 players, PSP and Nintendo DS.
A. It is the policy of Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School that all such items mentioned above may NOT be used inside the school. The use of cell phones, and computing devices at Queens Gateway, during the school day, is subject to the conditions below:
1. Cell phones, iPods, iPads, laptops, tablets, and computing devices must be turned off prior to entering the school building.
2. Cell phones, iPods, and iPads must not be carried in a visible manner.
3. Larger devices such as laptops must be secured in their carrying cases.
4. Computing devices may not be turned on or used during instructional time, except for instructional and educational purposes with the explicit approval of the teacher.
5. Cell phones, iPods, iPads, laptops, tablets, and computing devices must be turned off and not visible during fire drills or other emergency preparedness exercises.
6. Cell phones, iPods, iPads, laptops, tablets, and computing devices must be turned off and not visible during the administration of any school quiz, test or examination, except as authorized by the school, or pursuant to an Individualized Education Plan or a Section 504 accommodation plan.
7. Cell phones, iPods, iPads, laptops, tablets, and computing devices must not be used in the bathrooms, cafeteria, hallways, locker rooms, and stairwells.
8. Cell phones, iPods, iPads, laptops, tablets, and computing devices must be turned off and not visible during after-school, school-sponsored programs or activities except for instructional and educational purposes with the explicit approval of the teacher.
9. Electronic communication devices are not permitted during a State Examination.
At the beginning of each test administration, proctors must read the following statement to all students taking
secondary-level State exams:
You cannot have any communications device, including a cell phone, with you during this exam or during any breaks (such as a restroom visit). Such devices include, but are not limited to: • Cell phones • Blackberry devices and other PDAs • iPods and MP3 players • iPads, tablets, and other eReaders • Laptops, notebooks, or any other personal computing devices • Cameras or other photographic equipment • Headphones, headsets, or in-ear headphones such as earbuds, and • Any other device capable of recording audio, photographic or video content, or capable of viewing or playing back such content
If you brought any of these items to the building today, and have not already stored it in your locker or turned it over to me, a test monitor or school official, you must give it to me now. You may not keep your cell phone or any of these items with you, or near you, including in your pockets, backpack, desk, etc. If you keep a cell phone or any of these items with you, your exam will be invalidated and you will get no score. Is there anyone who needs to give me any of these items now?
[Proctor: repeat list of devices.]
This is your last opportunity to do so before the test begins.
B. Students who use cell phones, computing devices, and/or portable music and entertainment systems in violation of any provision of the DOE’s Discipline Code, the school’s policy, Chancellor’s Regulation A-413, and/or the DOE’s Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy will be subject to discipline in accordance with the guidance interventions and disciplinary responses set forth in the Discipline Code.
C. Confiscation of Electronic Items:
1. If a student is found to be in violation of the Cell Phone Policy, the device (cell phone, laptops, tablets, iPods, iPads, and other similar computing devices, portable music and entertainment systems) will be confiscated by school personnel. In the case where a cell phone or electronic device has been confiscated by an administrator or teacher, the following options will be available to school staff:
· If it is the first offense, the device will be returned to the student by AP/Dean at the end of the school day.
· If it is the second offense, the device will be returned by AP/Dean following a scheduled parent conference.
· If it is the third offense or more, the device will be returned to the parent on the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month between 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. after the date of confiscation.
· Students who continue to violate the school’s policy will have their privileges revoked. Parents will be notified in writing and the device will be returned to the parent on the 2nd and 4th Monday of June between 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
D. Indemnification: If a student’s device is broken, misplaced or lost, the school is not responsible for replacing the device. In the event that a device is stolen, our staff will thoroughly investigate the incident and take appropriate disciplinary action.
E. If parents need to contact their children during school hours, parents must call the main office at (718) 969-3155 and not contact their children via their mobile devices.