February 2020
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  • Spring Term Begins - 8:20 AM - ALL STUDENTS - HOMEROOM
    Spring Term Begins - 8:20 AM - ALL STUDENTS - HOMEROOM
    Tue, January 28
    Schedule for January 28th

    Period Time Period Time
    HR 8:20 – 8:30 6 11:54 – 12:30
    1 8:34 – 9:10 7 12:34 – 1:10
    2 9:14 – 9:50 8 1:14 – 1:50
    3 9:54 – 10:30 9 1:54 – 2:30
    4 10:34 – 11:10 10 2:34 – 3:10
    5 11:14 – 11:50
    3:14 – 4:30 Program Changes for Seniors and Juniors
  • 3:45p SING! 2K20 Rehearsals begin
    SING! 2K20 Rehearsals begin
    Tue, January 28 , 3:45pm - 7:00pm
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  • Special Calendar - 8:20AM - All Students report to Homeroom
    Special Calendar - 8:20AM - All Students report to Homeroom
    Wed, January 29
    Schedule for January 29, 2020

    Period Time Period Time
    1 8:20 – 8:57 6 11:48 – 12:25
    2 9:02 – 9:39 7 12:29 – 1:06
    3 9:43 – 10:20 8 1:11 – 1:48
    4 10:25 – 11:02 9 1:52 – 2:29
    5 11:06 – 11:43 10 2:33 – 3:10

    3:14 – 4:30 . Program Changes for Sophomores and Freshmen
  • 4:00p History Day Celebration
    History Day Celebration
    Wed, January 29 , 4:00pm - 5:00pm
    Stuyvesant High School celebrates History Day Projects
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  • 6:00p Junior College Night (Theatre)
    Junior College Night
    Thu, February 13 , 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Theatre
    This event is open to parents and guardians of CURRENT juniors (Class of 2021). Students attend similar assemblies during the school day. Simultaneous translation is provided in Chinese.
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  • 7:00p WELLNESS NIGHT at the PA General Meeting (Theatre)
    WELLNESS NIGHT at the PA General Meeting
    Today , 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Theatre
    Join us for Wellness Night at Stuyvesant in collaboration with the Parent’s Association! Is healthy media use possible? What does that look like? Teenagers and US college students use electronic devices for 4 hours per day on average. Electronic device overuse is associated with an increased risk of depressive and anxiety symptoms and insufficient sleep. We will discuss strategies to help adolescents to have a more balanced relationship with their phones and computers and ideally sleep longer.
    Argelinda Baroni, an Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at NYU Langone, who is board certified in child, adolescent, adult psychiatry and sleep medicine and teaches two large undergraduate courses at NYU, one on sleep and one on internet overuse, will speak to families about screen time and media use.
    Please register for this event using this link.
    Simultaneous translation will be provided in Chinese. Refreshments will be served in the lobby at 6pm
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