Address: 280 REGIS DRIVE STATEN ISLAND, NY 10314 Phone: 718-697-5250 Fax: 718-697-5260
PRINCIPAL: Donna Nilsen Assistant Principal: Frank Morano Parent Coordinator: Lynda Bernstein
Week At A Glance
SISCL's Cell Phone Policy
On March 2nd, Chancellor's Regulation A-413 took effect to provide further guidance on the use of cellphones and other electronic devices in NYC Public Schools.
The following four bullet points outline our school's policy:
SISCL Supports Build On!
SISCL has been working diligently as a team to brainstorm and carry out various ways to earn money. Student Lighthouse Team created crafty items which were sold to students during four lunch periods the week of October 27th, earning $ 642.50 in just one week! The craft sales will continue each month throughout the year so please be aware of notices sent home with those dates!
We have also been recycling broken crayons in SISCL’s classrooms, to melt and create fun and useful crafts for students to buy as well. As we team up together this year, our hope is to provide students in Malawi with the same educational opportunity we are so lucky to have here.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The COMMONS café, located at the Teleport in Bloomfield, was host on Thursday to The Lois & Richard Nicotra Foundation Awards Ceremony, during which $45,850 in grants and scholarships were awarded to more than 50 community organizations, schools and individuals.
Profits from the COMMONS café -- whose motto is "Eat Good. Do Good." -- are used entirely to benefit the foundation.
Founded in 2011, the Lois & Richard Nicotra Foundation aids non-profit organizations on Staten Island, while also providing scholarship assistance to the Nicotras' employees' children and grandchildren. Read more...
SISCL 8th Grade Class of 2015:
What song do you want to sing at graduation?
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The cafeteria of New Dorp High School was jam-packed Saturday as some 200 students from Staten Island and Brooklyn competed in a day of head-to-head challenges with their Lego-based robot creations for the qualifying round of the annual FIRST Lego League (FLL) challenge.
Teams of students put their colorful creations -- ranging in size from four to 12 inches -- through their paces on table-size white game-boards marked off with blue lines. The kids steered their robots up and down the game-board, pausing them to accomplish tasks such as scooping up tiny balls and obstacles littering the playing field. READ MORE