Results of the School Start Times Survey are now available to the public. Please see attached analysis.
Nyack's BOE and the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. James Montesano, are dedicated to keeping our community informed.
Please see the attached analysis of the survey entitled "Examining School Start Times: What Do YOU Think?" which was distributed to District parents, guardians and high school students February - March of 2018. A total of 1,697 responses were received.
Students & staff are encouraged to wear Nyack colors or Liberty spirit wear!
Liberty Elementary School
The Board of Education has approved the School District Calendar for 2018-19.
The approved District calendar for the 2018-19 school year has been emailed to all District staff and families, upon BOE approval at the March 20th School Board Meeting. It can be found on the District website in the navigation bar under "About Us" > Calendars and has been uploaded to this announcement.
Nyack Public Schools is committed to creating an environment where all are welcome. We strive to make our facilities and technologies accessible to all students, staff and visitors in accordance to WCAG 2.0 Level AA guidelines.
A Letter from the Superintendent was emailed to parents/guardians RE: students' use of District-approved internet applications and webtools
Please note that this listing will be updated throughout the year as apps and webtools are added or deleted, with District approval.
The letter is attached here for your convenience in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole.
2016 - 2017 Universal Pre-K Parent Information Sessions- English
(Please see Letters/Flyers sent home link for Spanish & French version)
Liberty Elementary School
STUDENT ABSENCES MUST BE REPORTED TO THE NURSE @ 353-7250 EVERY DAY. This should be done as early as possible in the AM, 9:00 at the latest. Messages can be left on the Nurse's voicemail around the clock any day of the week. Messages will be retrieved every morning. If you haven't called to report your child's absence or written to the teacher in advance advising that your child is going to be out, you will receive a call from the Attendance Clerk to make sure that your child is accounted for.
Your cooperation in calling promptly avoids unnecessary calls which cause anxiety for all concerned. Teachers should be advised in writing of anticipated absences for varying reasons. The classroom teacher will then forward the information to the Attendance Clerk.
In emergency situations, the Attendance Clerk can always be reached directly at 353-7241.
AGAIN, THE NUMBER TO REPORT ABSENCES IS: 353-7250. Voicemail is on 24 hours, 7 days. Thank you so much.