Parent Support Request Form/Formulario de Apoyo a los Padres

Dear Parents, 
 Hello, and Welcome to the Mott Hall 2022-2023 academic year. To streamline our Parent Support, we have created a Parent Support Form. 

This form's link is below; as well as the QR code. Please use this form to communicate how we may of support.  

Estimados padres,   

Hola y bienvenidos al año académico 2022-2023 de la escuela Mott Hall. Para agilizar nuestro apoyo a los padres, hemos creado un formulario de apoyo para los padres.  El enlace de este formulario está abajo; así como el código QR. Utilice este formulario para comunicar cómo podemos brindarle asistencia.  

Parent Support Form/Formulario de Apoyo a los Padres 








Thank you, 

Evelyn Camacho Moran 

Parent Coordinator 

The Mott Hall School/IS 223 

401 West 164 Street 

New York, N.Y. 10032 


Room 303 @ The PS 164 Campus 




Welcome Back!

As we prepare for the start of the new year, we ask that you complete all of the required forms by September 7, 2022. We need your support to ensure that we have up to date information for your child.  These forms are required by the NYC Department of Education, and must be submitted each year. Most of the forms will take less than 5 minutes to complete, with the exception of the Emergency Contact Form.

Thank you!


¡Bienvenido de nuevo!


Mientras nos preparamos para el comienzo del nuevo año, le pedimos que complete todos los formularios requeridos antes del 7 de septiembre de 2022. Necesitamos su apoyo para asegurarnos de tener información actualizada para su hijo. Estos formularios son requeridos por el Departamento de Educación de la Ciudad de Nueva York y deben presentarse cada año. La mayoría de los formularios tardarán menos de 5 minutos en completarse, con la excepción del formulario de contacto de emergencia.












Our Dress  Code Policy :

is intended to help our school promote a more effective learning environment. As stated in clause A-655 of the Chancellor's Regulations, the use of a uniform dress code helps to foster school unity and pride. In addition, it eliminates label competition; simplifies dressing, and minimizes costs to parents. Wearing a uniform teaches children appropriate dress and decorum in school




 Physical Education Uniform:

Students are required to wear the designated Physical Education attire to school only on their scheduled physical education days.

The Mott Hall School Physical Education uniform is :

  • A dark blue "t" shirt 
  • Sweatpants with MHS logo 
  • Black sneakers

Students should have enough clean and pressed blouses/shirts, skirts, pants, etc to dress appropriately from Monday - Friday

Dress Down Days

Students are required to wear their uniform during all days unless a dress down day is approved by the Principal

The following  will not be accepted on dress down days: 

  •  Shorts or cutoffs
  • Sleeveless shirts ( this includes all forms of tank tops)
  • Midriff or cut off shirts

Parents will be notified if the Uniform Dress Code Policy is not adhered to. 


The goal of the Mott Hall School’s curriculum is the development of skilled students who are self-directed critical thinkers.


Young Scholars

Mott Hall students are considered young scholars. They learn subject matter through a constructivist and project-based approach using powerful learning techniques such as Socratic dialogues, literature circles, writing for student publications, digital film making and web site creation.

The curriculum is further enriched by its alignment to the Common Core NationalStandards. Students are offered accelerated special courses and seminars as well as special enrichment electives such as chess, robotics and stock market studies which engage them in real world investigations tied directly to student needs and interests.


Mott Hall has a technology rich environment. In an effort to confront the digital divide, we use the PupilPath online system to give       parents and students instant access to grades, attendance, and progress reports. 


  • Awarded National Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education, No Child Left Behind Act
  • New York State Reward School 2012-2016
  • National Dance Institute Program  for 25 years
  • Urban Advantage Science Partners
  • Street Projects
  • City College of New York Partnership
      • School of Science 
      • School of Engineering 
      • School of Architecture
      • AAron Davis Film Series
      • NFTE (National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship
      • Math Counts Contest

Meet the Mott Hall Community

Advanced Studies In Mathematics, Science, and Technology

Judith De Los Santos-Peña, Principal