High School For Health Professions & Human Services

News and Announcements

Spanish Language Family Engagement Conference for ELLs

The DOE will be hosting the Learning Together: Spanish Language Family Engagement Conference for ELL students and their families on February 21. The conference will be held from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. at the Staten Island Children’s Museum (1000 Richmond Terrace Island), and will include parent workshops (in Spanish), resources for families, as well as parent-child activities. You should share this flyer with your school community and encourage families to register by February 20.

For questions, email Ayesha George.
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During Respect for All Week, schools will have the opportunity to highlight and build upon ongoing diversity programs and to embark upon new initiatives that promote respect for diversity and focus on preventing bullying, intimidation, and bias-based harassment. At The High School for Health Professions and Human Services
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PTA Hosting 1st Annual Potluck Fundraiser

On March 8th the PTA is hosting their 1st Potluck fundraiser. Please support the PTA by preparing your favorite dish or volunteering your time. The Potluck will take place in the cafeteria during the Parent-Teacher conference night from 5pm-8pm.
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Saturday Academy is a free, six-week program for students grades 8–12 who are excited to delve into American history and strengthen their test-taking skills. Participants can choose from SAT prep, review for the Advanced Placement U.S. History exam, and hands-on history courses that draw on the New-York Historical Society’s collections.
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VERY IMPORTANT: On Friday, January 26, all students must report to the Lower Auditorium to pick up their Metro Cards for the new semester. Students must report to the lower Auditorium according to their assigned time.
Grade Time
9 12 noon
10 11:00 am
11 10:30 am
12 10:00 am
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Apply Now for Exciting Animal Care Internship this Spring Break!

Current high school students in grades 10-12 can apply for an exciting animal care internship at the Genovesi Environmental Study Center (GESC). Do you appreciate and respect animals? Do you want to learn how to take care of them? The Animal Care Intern will work with GESC staff to feed, clean, and enrich our animals and their homes. GESC is looking for students who are excited about working closely with animals, can multitask efficiently, and are enthusiastic about learning.
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