Gateway Intermediate School 364
As of November 30, 2020
Middle School Remain Virtual
Students in K-5 return to in person instruction on December 7, 2020
Students in District 75 schools return to in person instruction on December 10, 2020
What do I need to do to return to my school building?
In order for your child to return to in-person learning, you must submit the consent form for in-school COVID19 testing by the first day your child returns to their school building. Testing will happen weekly for a random selection of staff and students in your child’s school. Given the ongoing fight against a citywide resurgence of COVID-19, this mandatory weekly testing for COVID-19 is a crucial part of our plan to keep all schools safe.
Any student in grade 1 or higher returning to school buildings must submit a consent form for COVID-19 testing in school by their first day back in school buildings. Any student in grade 1 or higher returning to school buildings must submit a consent form for COVID-19 testing in school by their first day back. 3K, Pre-K, and Kindergarten students are excluded from random testing. The test is quick, safe, and easy. A video showing the testing process is available at schools.nyc.gov/covidtesting.
MAIN BUILDING - 1426 Freeport Loop - 718-642-3007
ANNEX BUILDING - 1461 Geneva Loop - 718-942-2035
School and Social Media Links
SUSPENDED FOR NOW - ALL CLASSES ARE VIRTUAL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
SCHOOL HOURS - Daily - 8:30 am - 2:00 pm - Students
Group A - In Person - 5 days per week
Group D - Full Remote - Monday - Friday
Gateway Falcons Vision Statement
At Gateway we work diligently to provide our students with flexible quality instruction that demands academic rigor. We strive to develop our students into independent thinkers, lifelong learners with a strong sense of ownership, social responsibility and integrity.
Gateway Falcons Academy Mission Statement
To create an environment that allows students to advance their own thinking through flexible learning while maintaining rigorous practice.
Teacher will leverage the flipped classroom instructional model to ensure students excel with content and skill proficiency through independent exploration and collaboration. Teachers will design and implement differentiated lessons with multiple entry points and scaffolds based on student’s learning modalities, language proficiency and instructional needs
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