REMOTE LEARNING RESOURCES

GRADES: 9-12
OPENED: 2009
PRINCIPAL: CARLOS CAPELLAN

CONTACT
201 E. 144th St.,
Bronx, NY 10451
P: (212) 991-2626
F: (347) 862-9679
collegeprep@kippnyc.org

Learn About Our School

KIPP STAFF PORTAL RESOURCES & G-DRIVE

POWERSCHOOL LOGIN FOR FAMILIES

REMOTE LEARNING LOGIN (CANVAS)

2020-2021 School Year Announcements

 

 

Reminder
PD Day – No Classes
Thursday, November 19th and Friday, November 20th
Thanksgiving Break – School Closed
November 21st – 29th.  Classes resume on Monday, November 30th 

 

 

 

 

Meet with Principal Capellan
Schedule a meeting with Principal Capellan: Families and Students please sign up through schoolbookings  

Attendance
Students are required to attend their Live Zoom classes Monday through Friday, if you know your student will be absent on a specific day please email 

Main Office Support
If you have any questions or concerns and would like to contact the main office, please email

CPHS  Office Hours – For staff, families, and students
Date/Time: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 am -11:00 am Thursday 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Please visit canvas for the zoom information

Instagram
Follow us @kippnyccollegeprephs for the latest announcements and events.

Student Tech Support: Please email  KIPP Tech support if you are experiencing technical problems with your Chromebook or logging in.  You can also leave a voicemail at 212-991-2615 with your name, the student’s name and callback number.

UPDATED 11/17/2020


Together with families and communities, we create joyful, academically excellent schools
that prepare students to pursue the paths they choose—college, career, and beyond—
so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world.
Academics

Students can graduate with a Regents or Advanced Regents Diploma and our school places special emphasis on completing the required coursework and tests to earn an Advanced Regents Diploma, based on the belief that students meeting this higher standard will be prepared to successfully enroll and pass entry-level college coursework. To receive an Advanced Regents Diploma, students must pass take and pass nine Regents exams: English, three Math, Global History, US History, two Science, and a language other than English. Over 90% of our students enroll in rigorous Advanced Placement (AP), Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA), or Honors courses. Students have the choice of 19 AP courses and 4 SUPA courses, which can earn them college credits, along with 13 honors courses.

College and Career Counseling

We provide a comprehensive college and career counseling department to ensure our students engage in enriching summer programming, develop individual career plans, are fully prepared for the SAT college entrance exam, and go on to enroll in a college or career opportunity that meets their interests, abilities, and financial needs. Students take part in a two-year College Readiness sequence, consisting of College and Career Readiness (CCR) or Foundations of Career Development (FOCD) in junior year and Senior College and Career Counseling (SCCC) in senior year. Through our coursework and counseling, we have seen amazing results:

  • 95% of our students take the SAT, with over 100 points of growth on average from beginning to end of our College and Career Readiness course.
  • Over 95% of our students matriculate to college, with over 50% earning spots in supportive and competitive Opportunity Programs, over 65% of our students enrolling in a college that is ranked as Competitive or higher, and over 65% receiving financial aid that fully covers the direct costs of their college.
  • 90% of our students participate in at least one summer opportunity.
Visual and Performing Arts

We offer 24 different art electives in Visual Arts, Graphic Design, Music, Choir, Dance and Drama. We provide students with introductory, advanced and AP level courses. Our after-school programs offer choir, dance, spoken word, drama, step, visual arts, yearbook, Fall play, and Spring musical. Students can participate and perform in over 10 school productions, competitions, and outside performances throughout the school year.

Athletics

KIPP NYC College Prep offers a robust athletics program and was the first charter school to compete in the Public School Athletic League (PSAL). We offer football, soccer, volleyball, cheerleading, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, rugby, track and lacrosse. We have 14 varsity programs and three junior varsity programs, for a total of 17 interscholastic sports teams. Additionally, we offer intramural flag football, basketball and kickball to give students the benefits of team support in a less competitive setting. Roughly 30% of our student body participates in our athletic program, and we recently won city championships in Football, Men’s Varsity Basketball, Men’s Varsity Baseball and Women’s Varsity Rugby. Our Cheerleading program has been ranked 8th and 9th in the country the two past seasons, respectively, in the non-tumbling varsity division.

Canvas Support:
Students: To login to your Student Canvas Account Click Here to view a Video Tutorial and use your KIPP credentials (KIPP email and password).  There is a login button on the main page that will connect you directly to Canvas.
Parents: For the Parent Observer Canvas Account: please check your email for a message titled “‘Canvas Registration Complete’ saying ‘You have been registered for a Canvas account at KIPP NYC!’’ Click through the link in your specific email to activate your Canvas Parent Observer Account.

Student Tech Support: Please email  KIPP Tech support if you are experiencing technical problems with your Chromebook or logging in.  You can also leave a voicemail at 212-991-2615 with your name, the student’s name and callback number.

Remote Learning Resources: Please read the Regional Communication Letter  that includes a remote learning checklist: how to log on to canvas, chromebook and more detailed information.  Please visit the Regional Remote Learning Website for information and video tutorials

Orientation Videos

School Schedule Overview


 

 

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Food Pantry (NEW DATES):
We are pleased to announce that our families will continue to have access to our food pantry every week throughout November. We are now offering families Wednesday (Bronx, Washington Heights) and Thursday (Harlem, Brooklyn) pick-up options, varying by site. Sign up using the form here. Thank you for your continued support in our efforts to assist our families in need during this pandemic.

Social Emotional Support and Public Services:
During this challenging time, NYS has set up a new hotline to support students and families who need mental health services. For FREE emotional support, consultation, and referral to a provider, call 1-844-863-9314.
Other resources can be found here at NYC.gov: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/resources/covid-19-services-resources.page

NEW Resource: Teen Health & Wellness provides middle and high school students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, straightforward curricular, and self-help support. Articles are correlated to state, national, and provincial standards, including Common Core Health and Science. Topics covered include diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying, LGBTQ+ issues, and more. Teen Health & Wellness: Real Life, Real Answers is for educational purposes only. If you have a question on a health or wellness issue, we strongly encourage you to call one of the hotlines (provided on website) to speak to a qualified professional or speak to a trusted adult, such as a parent, teacher, or guidance counselor: https://teenhealthandwellness.com/static/hotlines

Tutoring Resources:
EduMate connects college students with NYC public school students K-12 follow this link: https://www.edumatenyc.org/

Additional Information:

  • NYSTESOL has published Google Classroom video tutorials in multiple languages HERE [youtube.com]
  • The NYCDOE has published remote learning overviews in multiple languages HERE [schools.nyc.gov]
  • Please note that some of the information is NOT relevant for charter families

Staff Availability/ Communication Expectations:
Please be advised that staff are virtually available for most of the day and we ask that any messaging, questions or outreach are between the hours of 8:00am and 7:00pm. Please be advised that for any messages and/or assignments submitted after 7:00pm there is potential that you will not receive a response until the next day. In an effort to help everyone to find balance, we wanted to provide everyone with a structure for times of communication.

 

CALENDAR

Monthly Weekly Daily List
October

November 2020

December
SU
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
1
2

Q2 Begins

Asynchronous Sessions Posted

A Day Periods 1-4

3

Election Day

4

A Day Periods 5-8 (advisory)

5

B Day Periods 1-4

6

B Day Periods 5-8

7
8
9

Asynchronous Sessions Posted

Advisory

10

A Day Periods 1-4

11

A Day Periods 5-8 (advisory)

12

B Day Periods 1-4

13

B Day Periods 5-8

14
15
16

Asynchronous Sessions Posted

Q1 Report Card Conferences

17

A Day Periods 1-4

18

A Day Periods 5-8 (advisory)

19

PD Day – School Closed

20

PD Day – School Closed

End of Cycle #2

21

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

22

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

23

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

24

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

25

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

26

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

27

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

28

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

29

Thanksgiving Break – School Closed

30

Cycle #3 Begins

Asynchronous Sessions Posted

1
2
3
4
5

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