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    6/21 Weekly Update from Ms. Lobato

    Good morning!

    Happy Fathers day to all the fathers and those that fill that role- just as important.

    Here we are at the end of the school year and what a year we had- Congratulations to all of you, students and families. This was a tough year and you all worked through these obstacles one way or another. We look forward to the new school year back in person as we have pre-COVID with hybrid or remote not an option at this time. Should this change I will let you know.

    The building will be closed 6/24-7/5 and reopen on 7/6. Staff will have limited access to e-mail during that time.

    6/22-Living environment Regents
    6/23- Algebra Regents

    Currently we cannot release scores of the English Regents but once we are allowed to we will do so.

    A big CONGRATULATIONS to our graduating seniors. This was a tough year working through remote and making sure all of your requirements are met so you can keep your goal of graduating. If you made it through this you can get through anything. Also a shout out to your teachers and support staff who helped you every step of the way- we know you were not shy in asking for help and they were not shy about checking in with you to make sure you stay on track. We wish you the best of everything in all you do. Please know that we are always here if you need anything or just want to come visit. We look forward to seeing you on the 24th!

    Summer school will start on July 6th @ 9:00 am to 12:15. Ms. Smith and Ms. Askin will send out Calendly links so you can make an appt for your schedule. There will be a hybrid option as well as in person. Be on the look out for that.

    As always if you have any questions please let me know.

    Thank you for a great year!

    Donna Lobato

    New Dawn Charter High School
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    New Dawn Charter Schools End of Year Block Party June 24th 12-3 PM

    Location: Douglass St. between Hoyt and Smith Sts.

    Join us in celebrating our 2021 graduates!

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    New Dawn Charter High School
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    New Dawn Students Advocate for Learning to Work Funds from Mayor DeBlasio

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    New Dawn Charter High School
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    Regents Exams will be given between June 17 and June 23

    As per policy guidance from New York State, New Dawn will be administering Regents exams in ELA, Living Environment, and Algebra I this spring.  These exams will be given in person at our Hoyt Street location.  Please contact the appropriate teacher if you are confused as to whether or not you or your child are scheduled to sit for an exam. 

    ELA: Ms. Salony (esalony@ndchsbrooklyn.org) and Ms. Simmons (csimmons@ndchsbrooklyn.org)

    Living Environment: Mr. Bazemore (bbazemore@ndchsbrooklyn.org) and Ms. Tennant (dtennant@ndchsbrooklyn.org)

    Algebra: Mr. Gorkhover (dgorkhover@ndchsbrooklyn.org) and Mr. Manevich (vmanevich@ndchsbrooklyn.org)

    For general questions, you may contact Ms. Donna Lobato, Principal, at dlobato@ndchsbrooklyn.org.

    New Dawn Charter High School
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    End of School Year Important Dates

    6/16: Last Day of in person instruction

    6/17: Last Day to Submit 4th Quarter work, ELA Regents 9:15 AM-12:15 PM

    6/22: Living Environment Regents 9:15 AM-12:15 PM

    6/23: Algebra Regents 9:15 AM-12:15 PM

    6/24: Senior Brunch and Block Party-contact Mr. Benoit kbenoit@ndchsbrooklyn.org for more details.

    New Dawn Charter High School
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Mission Statement

New Dawn Charter Schools will provide over-aged and under-credited students 15 - 21 years of age, including those who are English Language Learners and those with special needs, the opportunity to return to school and obtain a high school diploma through a rigorous NYSED standards-based education program. 

Within the framework of the education program, three programs will be offered: 

1) Interventions for those with fewer than 11 credits, and for those with 11 or more credits

2) Internships in the community

3) College enrollment 

Importance of Outreach