PTA

Announcements

  • HSTAT PTA Monthly Zoom Meeting

    The HSTAT PTA will host our Monthly Zoom Meeting

    Date – January 24th, 2022
    Time - 5:00 pm
    Topic – The 3-Gs – GRADES, GRADING, and the GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

    Workshop Guest Speaker – HSTAT Academic Grade Advisor Juan Sosa

    Workshop Information:

    Our esteemed Academic Grade Advisor Mr. Sosa has been a 9 th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade advisor repeatedly here at TELE, and he is highly sought out by our families for this once a year informative workshop. He is always gracious enough to answer questions. Parents will be updated on the latest grading system, informed about what students will need to stay on track each year to meet graduation requirements, and to be prepared for their future. Parents of all grade levels are encouraged to learn exactly what their children need to graduate from high school and the various diploma requirements needed for college. Please make every effort to attend with your children to gain current and updated insightful information regarding all aspects of grading.

    You will need to register in advance to attend. You can register for this ZOOM PTA using the QR code below, or using the following URL: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sdeCpqzgjGdxdoy6NDJt2r3DIl8wjUxQD

    You can also access this link on our school website, www.hstat.org under Announcements.

    We hope you are able to join us at this meeting, and we thank you for your continuing support of our school. Thank you for your PTA donation.

    The HSTAT PTA Executive Team: PTA President, Celeste Aguilar

    PTA Secretary, Crystal Salas PTA Treasurer, Sharon Swinton

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  • Absence Form Reminder

    Dear Students, 
     
    I just wanted to remind you all of our absence form procedure. 
     
    • Please email Ms. Shepard if you test positive for Covid-19.

    • Please complete this form for each day that you will not be in the building.

    • Please log into your google classroom and complete the assignments that your teachers will post there.

    • Please bring a note from your parent/guardian when you return to school. Have each of your teachers sign the note and then place the signed note in the folder on the attendance office door. 

    • Reach out to your teachers or grade advisor if you have any questions.  

    You can also access the absence form by scanning this QR code:
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  • Get new HSTAT Gear!

    Please click on this link if you'd like to get new HSTAT t-shirts, shorts, sweatpants or sweatshirts!

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  • Spring 2022 Course Preferences

    Dear Students,

    The start of the spring semester is just around the corner! That means it is time to choose which elective(s) you would like to take. Click here for the course descriptions (https://tinyurl.com/HSTATelectives2022spring) to help you choose your courses for next term.  You can also visit our website (https://www.hstat.org/academics) for video descriptions of the elective courses we will be offering in the spring semester.
     
    PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM  (https://tinyurl.com/HSTATpreference2022spring) BY 3 PM ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2021 TO INDICATE YOUR COURSE PREFERENCES FOR NEXT YEAR. 

    Please remember:
    1. You can take most electives only one time. You cannot get credit for the same class twice. So, for example, if you have already taken Psychology, and you passed the class, you cannot take Psychology for a second time.  If you have questions about whether you can take any particular course please ask your grade advisor.

    2. Your grade advisors will do their best to program you for the classes that you request. However, their first job is to make sure that students have the classes they need to graduate.  They appreciate your kindness and patience as they work to build you the best program possible.

     
    Please reach out to your grade advisors with any questions. 
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  • Yellowjackets Against Hunger!

    This year,  as a part of Tele's Season of Giving and in partnership with Blueprint, SGO and the Track Team, the LINK Club is launching our campaign: Yellowjackets Against Hunger. 
     
    Please see the following message from the LINK Club President, Valentine Montana: 
     
    "Hello, this year in an effort to fight food insecurity LINK club has organized a food drive to help those who are struggling with food insecurity. Not only are there boxes on the first floor to donate non-perishable food without gelatin and pork, but my fellow clubmates and I have put together the following google slides to help inform people of our cause. Thank you for your time and have a wonderful day!"
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Learn More

For more information about PTA meetings, please contact our parent coordinator, Barbara Yarshevitz, at (718) 759-3427 or via email at byarshevitz@schools.nyc.gov and/or email the PTA members at hstatptaparents@gmail.com.

Our Parents

We are committed to ongoing communication and prompt consultation with parents — parents can expect to be advised about all school-related issues. Our school uses the PupilPath website to bring you immediate information regarding your child’s education. PupilPath allows you to view your child’s assignments and projects along with the dates when they are due, as well as your child’s performance in each class including homework, classwork, tests, and projects. Using PupilPath you can also view your child’s transcript and graduation eligibility status. In addition, PupilPath enables secure communication between staff, students, and their families. School announcements and a calendar of upcoming events are posted on the website regularly. An active PTA is our partner in parent outreach, jointly sponsoring numerous parent workshops on current topics of interest to the school community. In addition to being members of all policy committees, the PTA offers teacher grants, student scholarships, and other financial support to the school.