Elizabeth Blackwell MS210Q holds the unwavering belief that all children have the inalienable right to a quality education in a safe and nurturing environment that allows them to develop into cognitive, self-directed, socially responsible, well-rounded young adults.
Using data and SEL, we will reimagine the student experience, which will be rooted in reading, writing, as well as mathematics thinking using real world applications and scenarios. We will offer a robust academic, as well as Arts Programs; we will achieve our vision of holistically preparing our students to meet the challenges of college and/or the workforce.
We will also collaborate with stakeholders and community to foster a sense of lifelong learning, thus enabling our students to achieve the highest levels of equitable, success possible.
MS 210Q's Instructional Focus is to improve Questioning and Discussion (Danielson Competency-3b) within all disciplines in order to meet our students' diverse needs in an equitable, as well as culturally responsive manner and further support students in demonstrating independence, building reading and writing content knowledge, while reimaging the student experience using real world mathematical applications and scenarios.
The ARP Program for Gifted, BRAVO Program for Talented, (art, vocal, dance, drama), bilingual/ESL classes, Regents classes (Accelerated English/Living Environment/ Global Studies/Algebra I).
Yearbook Club. Chess Club Program. Liberty Partnership Program. Middle School Sports Program. Reading/Math Enrichment. Additional Extracurricular Activities for all students, including ESL and Special Education.
American Chess Foundation, Arts America, Creative Arts Team, NYS Mentoring, Scholarships/Donations, St. John's University, NYC School Volunteers, City Center, College Partnerships, Beacon School, City Harvest, Penny Harvest, Holocaust Center (Nassau County).