Address:  280 REGIS DRIVE STATEN ISLAND, NY 10314     Phone718-697-5250     Fax718-697-5260     
PRINCIPAL: Donna Nilsen     Assistant Principal: Frank Morano     Assistant Principal: Matthew Valia     Parent Coordinator:  Lynda Bernstein     

In order to ensure teaching and learning continues during the current school closure, The Staten Island School of Civic Leadership began remote learning on Monday, March 23rd. 

 

During this time, all teachers and service providers will post daily assignments and activities.

 

To access remote learning assignments, click the link below: 


Remote Learning Class Sites


From there, click on your child’s class or teacher to access daily remote learning lessons.  


To help students stay connected during emergencies, the DOE is lending internet-enabled iPads to support remote learning for students. If you would like to request a device for a NYC student in your family, please fill out the form below. The DOE will use the contact information you provide to get in touch with you to discuss when and where you can pick up a device. Priority will be given to students most in need, and all devices are granted on a temporary basis and will later need to be returned. There is a limit of one device per student.


If you would like to request a device for a New York City public school student in your family, please fill out this request form from the NYC Department of Education below:


NYCDOE Internet-connected device request form


Please make sure you check the "I have read and agree to the Student Device Loan Agreement" and click submit once you have completed the form above. 

 

During this time, if your child needs assistance accessing assignments and programs, please email your childs’ teacher using their sisclnyc.com email address. Addresses are listed on the staff-directory page linked on the left side of the SISCL website. 


To keep you aware of newly available resources, please check out our:


Family Resource Page


To keep you aware of COVID-19 Related News in our school community, please click our: 


COVID-19 News Page

 

IMPORTANT! The School Survey has been mailed out. It is important that you fill out this survey as it provides important information for the school’s quality guide. 

 


Week At A Glance



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Click here to learn about our Leadership Curriculum and find resources to use to support the process at home and in the school community. 









Mental Health Resources

Managing challenging behaviors at home


As part of our ongoing efforts to support the Mental Health and Wellbeing of all students we are sharing some important information about managing challenging behaviors at home". 




SISCL's Cell Phone Policy

In accordance with Chancellor’s Regulation A-413, which provides guidance on the use of cellphones and other electronic devices in NYC Public Schools, this notice serves the purpose of keeping you informed of our school’s continued policy which is as follows:
  • Cell phones, computing devices and portable music/entertainment systems are permitted to be brought to school but must remain turned off and in the student’s backback/schoolbag at all times while in the school building.
  • Use of electronic devices during the school day is prohibited.  This includes, but is not limited to, all visible headphones, earpieces and any electronic devices attached to belt loops or wrist-pieces.
  • Students who use cell phones, computing devices or portable music and entertainment systems in violation of the DOE’s Discipline Code, this school’s policy, Chancellor’s Regulation A-413, and/or the DOE’s Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy will be subject to discipline in accordance with the guidance interventions and disciplinary responses set forth in the Discipline Code.
  • If a cell phone, computing device, or portable music or entertainment system is confiscated by a staff member or school official for violation of the DOE’s Discipline Code, this school’s policy, the Chancellor’s Regulation, and/or the Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy, the student’s parent/guardian must be contacted and arrangements made to retrieve the device.  Until that time, the device will be locked up and stored in the General Office.


#HourOfCode @ SISCL


As part of our STEM and SEP Jr. Computer Science for All initiatives, we are excited to announce our participation in The Hour of Code, a world wide effort to celebrate computer science and demystify “code” to show that anybody can learn the basics. This grassroots campaign is supported by over 400 partners and 200,000 educators worldwide. The program fosters the belief that every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science to nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path.

At SISCL, every student will have the opportunity to take part in an Hour of Code activity hosted by our SEP Jr. teachers during Computer Science Education Week, from December 9th-13th.


SISCL's 10th Anniversary Apparel Now Available for Purchase


Celebrate our 10th anniversary and show your SISCL pride with one of our new 10th anniversary t-shirts, long-sleeve shirt, or hooded sweat shirt. Shirts will be navy blue featuring the neon-green and white text image above. Order forms have been distributed to all students and staff. You can also download and print an order form below.






Door Decorating Contest Celebrates Respect For All Week, Leadership Process



SISCL students and staff worked together on a door decorating contest this week to recognize the initiatives and programs our school uses to create a safe, respectful learning environment. Each door featured themes and concepts from our Leadership Process based on the Steven Covey's Seven Habits for Highly Effective People and the Leader in Me curriculum. Click here to see all the doors featured in the contest. 



SISCL Celebrates Halloween





School Leadership Team (SLT) Meetings




School Leadership Team meetings are held on the first Tuesday each month at 4:05PM in the SISCL library.