Report Cards will be distributed on Thursday February 11th

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Respect for all Week

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As we close our respect for all week, we ask you to remember to treat each other respectfully, stand up for what is right and be kind to one another. And keep these words of Harold Kushner, a notable American Rabbi, in your mind, "When you are kind to others, it not only changes you, it changes the world."

Students are encouraged to wear an article of clothing, a flag or color, representing their culture. 

Signup for Parent Teacher Conference

Thursday, February 25th - Evening Conference 5:00p.m. to 8:00p.m
Friday, February 26th - Afternoon conference 12:30p.m. to 2:30p.m.

    • Families MUST sign up for conference in advance.
    • Families will be allowed to meet with no more than three teachers.
    • Registration will be opened on Friday, February 12th at 8:00 a.m. The system will close on Monday, February 22nd at  11:59 p.m.
    Register at  www.schoolinterviews.ca
    • Enter the event code "9XAU2"
    • Registration will be reopened on Wednesday, February 24th at 8:00 a.m.  The system will re-close on Wednesday, February 24th at  11:59 p.m.
  • If you have difficulty signing up for conferences, you should contact Ms. Whitted (swhitted@motthall2.org)


    Respect for all Week Begins Tuesday, February 9th and ends Friday, February 12th

    Mott Hall's code for living: Respect, Responsibility, Honesty, Integrity, Compassion, Generosity, and Fairness, emphasizes the importance of hosting a safe environment, respecting  diversity, demonstrating kindness and forgiveness as well as treating each other fairly and respectfully. These values are reinforced throughout the year, but highlighted specifically during Respect for All Week. During this week-long event and through various activities, students are reminded to respect diversity and be kind and forgiving so that a safe and supportive learning environment is demonstrated
     and maintained. 

    Respect for All Week

    Cooper Hewitt Design Museum DesignpPrep 101

    DesignPrep 101 is a new series of free afterschool workshops that bring Cooper Hewitt's design programming into mideel schools throughout Manhattan. These workshops, based on the Common COore Learning Standards, will provide intensive, hands-on learning experiences in different design disciplines and fields. Cooper Hewitt educators and professional designers will work together to teach our scholars how to think and work like designers, enhancing skills in speaking and listening, collaboration, and creative problem-solving. This year's workshop, Pixar: The Design of Story will run on the following Mondays from 2:45p.m.-4:45p.m: March 14, 21, & 28. Students will draw inspiration from Pixar Animation Studio's processes of iteration, collaboration and research to design their own characters and stories. Space is limited, interested scholars can find a registration by clicking here or in room 408 from Ms. Whitted.

    2015 Blackboard Award Recipient for Outstanding Principal

    Marlon Lowe. Photos by Marcus Photography   Congratulations to our Principal Mr. Lowe who was honored with Blackboard's 2015 Award for Outstanding Principal on Wednesday, December 2nd. Mr. Lowe's family, accompanied by scholars, parents and staff, were present at NYIT's Auditorium to witness Mr. Lowe accept his award. Read more about this momentous occasion in New York Family

    Mott Hall II has been recognized as a Reward School!

    In celebration of New York State schools that have made the most progress or have the highest achievement in the State with no significant gaps in student achievement, Mott Hall II has earned the recognition as a Reward School for the 2015-2016 school year. Mott Hall II has the distinction of leading New York State toward the accomplishment of educational excellence through an increase in student achievement and closing the gap in student performance. Congratulations to our teachers and scholars!

    Mott Hall II, one of the most popular middle schools in NYC!
    8th grade scholar, Olivia DuFord and her mom, Robin Miles are featured in this DNA Info article. Mott Hall II is listed as one of the most popular middle schools in NYC. Read more here.
       DNA Info

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