Below, you will find some helpful links and resources.  If you cannot find the resource you are looking for, please contact us.
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Attendance Newsletter Attendance Matters! Please ensure that your child is in school and on time every day! If your child is absent, please inform Ms. Frazier as soon as possible. 
BAGF Student Handbook View the bell schedule, calendars, policies, procedures and other important documents for the academic year 
Family Dynamics Visit Family Dynamics for after school and evening programs for teens and adults 
Graduation Requirements Check out course and regents requirements for the year you began high school 
Graduation Requirements for Students with Disabilities IEP Students: check out course and regents requirements for the year you began high school 
HITE Social Service Resources HITE (Health Information Tools for Empowerment) is an excellent tool to identify free local resources, referral providers, programs and more…by just logging in the zip code. 
IDNYC  IDNYC is the new, free identification card for all New York City residents, as young as 14 years old! IDNYC cardholders can access services and programs offered by the City as well as by businesses. IDNYC also provides a dynamic series of benefits to cardholders, including a free one-year membership at many of the City's leading museums, zoos, concert halls, and botanical gardens. 
NYC Achieve Check out the NYCDOE's guide to Public Schools from pre K- 12th grade 
NYCDOE Parents' Bill of Rights Parents have certain rights and responsibilities which foster active engagement between parents and schools. 
NYC Schools Account Starting June 8th, you will have a new way to access key information about your child's progress in school. View your child's attendance, grades, and contact information on a computer, phone or tablet. Register today! 
Parent Guide for Students with Disabilities Family Guide to Special Education Services for School-Aged Children from NYCDOE 
Peer Group Connection (PGC) If your child is in the 9th grade, he or she is connected to a 12th grade Peer Mentor! 
Temporary Housing Issues Is your housing uncertain? Check out this helpful page to provide you with information on shelter services and temporary housing. Please contact Ms. Frazier if you are in need of assistance! 
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