The mission of the Computer School is to prepare a diverse population of learners with the academic and social skills necessary to be leaders in their community.  Through our accelerated, hands-on curriculum, students are challenged to solve problems collaboratively, to think critically, to reflect on their work, and to transfer their learning to the world beyond the classroom.  The Computer School aims to develop open-minded and well-rounded students through extensive engagement with the arts and technology in addition to traditional classroom disciplines.  We extend learning beyond the walls of the classroom and continually challenge students to make interdisciplinary connections. The Computer School empowers students to play an active role in their own education, their own community, and the world at large.

CS NEWS


HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!

(check back periodically for updates)

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

Click here to view the 2015-2016 School Calendar

SUMMER READING LISTS (use your child's incoming grade)

SUMMER MATH ASSIGNMENT
(use your child's incoming grade)
If you forgot your password or have any difficulty with your iXL account, email Ms. Stack at kstack@thecomputerschool.org.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES

YOU DO NOT NEED TO PURCHASE SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  In the fall, the school collects approx $40 per student for supplies.

SUMMER MEALS (free breakfast and lunch)
The Summer Meals Program is available at hundreds of locations around the city. No registration or documentation required.  Click here for more information.

CS PARENT ASSOCIATION

If you are interested in volunteering, click here.



Congratulations to CS student Colby Baker
...on becoming a finalist in the 2015 Young Naturalist Awards science contest.​  His project is titled: A Comparison of Animal Species Near Different Urban Water Environments.  Click here to read more on the AMNH website.

Scratch Day NYC
The Computer School students presented a workshop on making with the MakeyMakey. Students shared their projects and then helped the adults and kids who attended their workshop make something.

Photos and tweets from Scratch Day here: #scratchTC
Videos of the students projects on Saturday: Musical Binders and Racing Heartbeats

Thanks to the parent chaperones who helped out and a HUGE thanks and round of applause for the students who presented their projects and then taught others the magic of the Makey Makey!

Eliis Island (2014)


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Upcoming Events

Monday, September 7
No School
Labor Day

Tuesday, September 8
Teachers report. Students will not be in attendance.

Wednesday, September 9
First Day of School

Sunday, September 13
Holiday
Grandparents Day

Monday, September 14
No School
Rosh Hashanah