For up to date information about Summer School 2020
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The DOE has issued a letter to families on the reopening of schools in September. We have created a new page on our website for you to access the most up to date information on School Year 2020-21.
Visit this page for a step by step walkthrough on accessing your summer school curriculum.
This is a reminder that, for those of you who are required to attend, tomorrow is the first day of Summer School 2020!
If you need a DOE issued device to participate in remote learning during the summer you can use this link!
Maspeth High School Shares . . . Students can read eBooks and listen to audiobooks through the DOE using the eBook reader, Sora
Sora is available to all New York City public school students. You just need your DOE account name and password.
Maspeth High School Shares . . . NYCDOE Expands College Bridge Program as Graduates Transition From High School to College
This support is available to all of New York City graduates from July through September 2020!
Queens Courier, June 25, 2020
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Students, watch a quick video on how to access your student account information
June 2020 - CLICK TO WATCH
Class of 2020 shares collection of both individuality and solidarity
Senior Key Clubbers awarded $8,000 from the Kiwanis Club of Maspeth
Maspeth High School Shares . . . Great news! NYCDOE just announced that grab-and-go Meal Hubs will continue to operate through the summer.
Starting on June 29th, Meal Hub summer service will operate at approximately 400 sites across the city and continue regular service from 7:30am to 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
Citywide Graduation Celebration, June 30 @ 7pm!
Hard Works Pays Off! Class of 2020 was awarded over $1,265,650 in scholarships!
Virtual Graduation, June 23, 2020 - CLICK TO VIEW
Complete the survey and tell the Department of Education what’s important to you!
June 18 & June 22 CLICK FOR DETAILS
At A Glance
- 97% of families say that they feel respected by their child's teachers.
- 97% of students say that their school is kept clean
- 98% of high school teachers say that adults at their school create an atmosphere that encourages students to work towards a college degree
- 4.81/4.99 Rigorous Instruction
- 98% Graduation Rate