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Principal Dr. Rozier Welcome

New beginnings are extremely important for your child. This is the time to refine study habits, to begin broadening writing skills, sharpening and increasing independent reading ability. It is also when we plan for the future. Our goal is for your child to experience a fun and memorable middle school experience this Fall while completing a successful transition from summer.

Parents are our partners. I am looking forward to a partnership that will help ensure all of our students achieve their highest potential. Together we will make a great difference in your child’s education. As partners, our first goal must be to make sure that s/he attends school daily and arrives on time. The school day begins at 8:20am everyday and breakfast is available daily at 8:00am in the school cafeteria. The Bronx Math Preparatory School staff has high expectations for your child’s learning and we ask for your commitment to having your child aspire to achieving 100% attendance. Attending school is our student’s first and most important job and by arriving each day on time, we are preparing our students for their futures. Following the dress code by wearing our school uniform is another step in their development and preparation for college and career. Our uniform consists of a purple, collared polo with pants/slacks in navy, black, or khaki. I request all students wear slacks and not jeans.

Thank you for all you do to support your child’s school success and well-being. Your child is why we come to school each day! I am confident that through our working together they will have a wonderful, exciting school year. The Bronx Math staff and I look forward to seeing you at our Curriculum Night September 19, 2019. Details will follow as we get closer to the date.

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Assistant Principal

Paulette Christie

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Assistant Principal

Gary Ford

Partnerships

Counseling In Schools identifies, develops, and reinforces the strengths and resilience inherent in every child, and harnesses these traits to help students succeed. We work from a multiple perspective approach: each child is assessed from developmental, social, emotional and cultural viewpoints.

By working directly in the school, home or local community environment, we can more fully interface, advocate and support the child’s full life and full potential.

Our approach has resulted in behavioral and attitudinal changes that set students and families on a path to success.

CIS goes where the children are—in their schools, homeless shelters and community centers. This removes barriers of access to care, and allows CIS to identify and support the children who most need its services. Vital to our strategy is the quality of our counselors, all of whom have at least a master’s degree, and the support they receive from experienced supervisors."

You can learn more about Counseling In Schools by visiting their website (https://www.counselinginschools.org/).

The mission of the New York Edge is to help bridge the opportunity gap among underserved students by providing programs designed to improve academic performance, health and wellness, self-confidence, character and attitudes for success in life.

Our Values

Character and Leadership

Accountability and Integrity

Commitment to Excellence

Collaborative and Diverse Community

Goal Focused and Forward thinking

Innovation and Creativity

Hope and Optimism

You can learn more about New York Edge by visiting their website (https://newyorkedge.org/).