Parents can track students' progress online
of Port Jervis High School and Middle School students can access a variety of information on their
student's academic progress with a click of a mouse. The
online portal allows parents
to review grades, schedules, attendance and discipline
invited to Information Night, May 29
learn more about the new Common Core Standards or how to help
your child succeed in math? These and other important
topics will be covered at the May 29 Parent Information Night.
The parents of all Port Jervis students, grades K-12, are
invited to attend the workshops that will be held on Wednesday,
May 29 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Anna S. Kuhl Elementary
School. Topics will include Success in Math, STEM (Science,
Technology, Engineering & Math), Common Core Learning Standards,
NYS Testing, Readiness Skills and more. Supervised activities
will be provided in the gym for students in grade K-6, who
attend with their parents.
Space is limited. Please reserve your spot by May 22.
For more information, contact Director of Curriculum and Data
Donna Muro at 858-3100, Ext. 16610.
Click here for reservation form.
– If you
have a question or concern, the best place to start is your
child’s teacher. If the issue cannot be resolved at that level,
you should then contact the principal or assistant principal.
Secondary Parents -
have a question or concern about something that occurred in a
class, please contact the specific teacher. If your issue
involves student discipline, please contact the assistant
principal’s office. For all other issues, the guidance
department is probably the best place to start. If the issue
cannot be resolved at that level, you should then contact the
Code of Conduct of the Port Jervis City School District meets
all of the requirements of New York State’s Project S.A.V.E.
(Safe Schools Against Violence in Education). The Code of
Conduct contains procedures relating to discipline, detention,
suspension and expulsion. It also includes appropriate standards
for student language, dress and behavior.
To view the 2012-2013 Code of Conduct,
Please note: The Code of Conduct opens in "PDF" format
and requires the Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to download
and print. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat on your
computer, you can get a free copy from the
Adobe web site.
Student Health Screenings
Students receive the following health screenings in school:
Vision Screening - Grades K, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10 and all new
Hearing Screening - Grade K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 10 and all new
Scoliosis Screening - Grades 5 -9
A referral note is sent home with any student who fails any of
the above screenings. If you receive a referral, please have
your doctor fill out the form and return it to your child's
After-School Child Care
CLUB KID -
The YMCA of Middletown offers
before and after-school child care services for elementary
school age children at both Anna S. Kuhl and Hamilton
Bicentennial Elementary Schools.
Ideas for parents on our school web pages
Helping a child do well in school is one of our biggest jobs as
parents. And now you can get help right on our elementary and
middle school websites! Every day, 365 days a year, you’ll find
a new “Tip for Parents,” a new “Idea of the Day,” and hundreds
of other ideas. You can get answers to questions by using the
"Search" option. The information is easy to access on your
school web page by clicking the “Today’s Tip” or the “School
Parent Pages is a resource for parents and educators. It
includes links to articles on child development, parenting or
family life. All articles are in the public domain and are
written by faculty and staff of Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Topics include Behavior Problems, Non-Traditional Families,
Discipline, Teenagers, etc..
Click here to access
Other Important articles for all
Talking to your
children about death
Helping children through critical incidents
Choose the age and stage that fits your
Parents of pre-school
Parents of elementary
Parents of middle school
Parents of high school
The above documents open in "PDF" format.
From Homeland Security:
If you see someone in or around your school or grounds acting
• Surveying areas around a school with a camera, binoculars, or
• Making notes on a map or in a computer
• Asking for information about students, dismissal times, school
bus routes, or the school calendar, in person or via phone or
• Attempting to obtain ID, access cards, or official vehicles
• Loitering in or around the school
• Leaving a suspicious package in a school, on school grounds,
or on a school bus
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING.
DON'T KEEP IT TO YOURSELF!
Immediately notify the principal, teacher, school bus driver,
security, the playground monitor, the local police or call
1-800-SAFE NYS (1-866-723-3697).