Reopening Plan 2021-2022
To assure equity in all students Rosalyn Yalow Charter School strongly encourages all students to return to in-person instruction. The New York State Department of Health and the Governor’s Office prioritize in-person instruction in early grades, special education students, and English language learners. All these account for 100% of Rosalyn Yalow’s student body.
Coping One Year Into the Pandemic—Montefiore Medical Center’s Guide for Parents
Strategies to help your child regulate their emotions while supporting their work at home, plus referrals for wellness and food resources.
Coronavirus Self-Checker | CDC
The Coronavirus Self-Checker tool from the Center for Disease Control helps you choose when to seek testing and medical care.
New School Campus 2021-2022
4-Year Charter Renewal
Sung by one of Yalow’s 3rd-grade students, Mason Leggett. The musical score was written and composed by his father, Anthony Leggett.
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Japanese Lesson Study Demonstration Video
Rosalyn Yalow teachers hone their math teaching skills with Japanese Lesson Study—research lessons in which teachers collaborate with and critique one another to improve their teaching. The following video is from a recent demonstration. At Yalow, students are taught Singapore math, which balances computational fluency with conceptual understanding—numeracy—so students can master numeric concepts. Singapore math focuses on visualizing numeric concepts, and pictorial models are used for understanding strategies to solve word problems.
Student ties for 2nd place at Girls Nationals
7-year-old Keyla Hernandez Acevedo won 5 of 6 rounds at the 16th annual Kasparov Chess Foundation All Girls Nationals Chess Championships in Chicago to finish in a 5-way tie for 2. Read the article on Keyla by Sarina Motwani from the U.S. Chess Federation.