Open School Week at Bronx Science
Current Bronx Science parents/guardians are cordially invited to attend on one of the following days - Tuesday, March 12, Wednesday, March 13, or Thursday, March 14, 2019.
Option 1: Periods 1-3 (tour of the Holocaust Museum and Study Center will take place during 4th period - if you're able to stay).
Option 2: You can attend classes all day with your child.
Click the headline for details and to RSVP (registration is required).
Experience a flavor of what goes on in your child's classes.
You are invited to attend
- If possible, plan to attend on a day when your child does not have any full period tests (see testing days schedule here)
- Enter the building with your child through the student cafeteria entrance
- Please remain with your child
- Sign in with the Parent Coordinator in the cafeteria and then go with your child to her/his first period class (please wear the visitor's pass that you receive at sign in)
- Photography and video are strictly forbidden in the classrooms; cell phones must be turned off
- Your child's teacher will direct you to a seat or to an area in the classroom to sit on a windowsill or stand if all seats are taken (we do not have enough chairs to accommodate all visiting parents/guardians)
- Unless the teacher directs you otherwise, the visiting parent’s role is to observe silently; teachers and students cannot engage in private conversations with visitors
- If your child is scheduled for Physical Education class on the day you visit, please meet your child in the gym - only students and staff members can be in the locker room
- Remain with your child during her/his lunch period - bring a bag lunch for yourself (Option 2)
- If you need to leave before 3rd period (Option 1) or the end of the day (Option 2), exit through the Main Lobby (we ask that you plan to remain in the classroom for the entire period)
Remember that this is not the time to have personal conversations about your child with his/her teachers.
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