Welcome to Parent Corner

Our goal is to give you as parents the information and access you need to become active partners in your child’s education. The concept of partners recognizes that you the parents and the educators share responsibility for your child’s learning and development. This is important because we know that when families are informed and involved children do better in school.

For further information contact the Parent Coordinator whose focus is to make our school a place where families feel welcome, supported, and respected partners in education. Our Parent Coordinator Cristina Bonet. She can be reached via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and by phone at (718) 438-3893, ext. 453.

 

Uniform

 Urban Assembly school dress code policy requires that all students wear school uniforms. We are a MANDATORY uniform school. The Uniform is part of our school culture and it helps our students to remain focused on academics. Uniforms also embody a feeling of belonging, and instill a sense of pride in the students. The uniform colors are Black or white polo shirts with the UASCJ logo and Black pants or skirt.

Useful Links

 To access the Graduation Requirements, Diploma Requirements and Parents' Guide to Graduation Requirements, please click on the links below:

General Education Students Graduation Requirements 
  Students with Disabilities Graduation Requirements 
      Parents' Guide to Graduation Requirements 

Calendar

Award-Winning Books List:

Some of last year’s biggest winners here.
How many of these top titles have you and your kids read?
Books of 2011:  
Click on the icon below to see the full list

 Middle School

  High School

21st Century Cheating

Help your child understand the do’s and don’ts
of Internet-related research with these guidelines.
Plus, learn how teachers detect plagiarized papers.

SchoolFood

DOE has implemented various breakfast service models to ensure
 that students receive the proper nutrients they need to think clearly,
concentrate on learning, and perform better in class.