Registration for August 27, 2018 High School Data Dive Sessions at Queens Metropolitan High School (Please register by August 17, 2018).
Queens South Field Support Center (QSFSC) will offer one half day High School Data Dive session at Queens Metropolitan High School (91-30 Metropolitan Avenue, Forest Hills, NY) on August 27, 2018 from 8am-12pm.

Each of the following sessions will be held in a different classroom within the school building:

-High School Math
-High School ELA
-High School Social Studies
-High School Science

Administrators (Principal or AP/Teacher Leader) will engage in unpacking their New York State Assessment results and reflecting about the planning implications for the school year.

Parking is available within the campus, along the perimeter of the school.

A light breakfast will be provided.

Participants should bring their own charged laptop and charger for ease of sorting through their own school's data.

Target audience: HS Content Area Assistant Principals, Department Lead Teachers or Principal

We can accommodate the first 25 registrants at each content session. An Outlook invite sent to your DOE email address will serve as an additional confirmation of your registration. You will also receive an email from noreply@strongschools.nyc to receive your registration ticket. If there are any additional changes to your registration, we will notify you via email.

Email address *
Name (First Name, Last Name) *
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School's District Borough Number (DBN) *
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Title *
Which session would you like to register for? (All sessions will take place on August 27, 2018 from 8:00am-12:00pm simultaneously in four different classrooms.) *
You may receive up to 3.5 hours of CTLE credit for attending one of these sessions (contingent upon your attendance at our event). Please indicate below if you would like to apply for CTLE hours. We are not offering per session or training rate for these sessions. *This date falls within the 2018-2019 school year for 10-month Assistant Principals. *
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