Participation in NYS ELA, Math, and Science Test 2021/Participación en el examen de ELA, matemáticas y ciencias del estado de Nueva York 2021

Participation in NYS ELA, Math, and Science Test 2021/Participación en el examen de ELA, matemáticas y ciencias del estado de Nueva York 2021 

Please complete for students learning in-person and remotely who are interested in participating in state testing.   As a reminder, students receiving fully remote instruction are not expected to come to school to take the state exams, however, if they would like to participate in the exams, they may attend the in-person administration.  In order to create a testing schedule, plan for proctors, and determine room assignments, complete this form no later than April 15 for the ELA assessment, April 29 for the math assessment, and May 28 for the grades 4 and 8 science assessments.  Please complete one form per child. 


Por favor completar para los estudiantes que estén aprendiendo en persona y de forma remota que estén interesados en participar en las pruebas estatales. Como recordatorio, no se espera que los estudiantes que reciben instrucción completamente remota vengan a la escuela para tomar los exámenes estatales; sin embargo, si desean participar en los exámenes, pueden asistir a la administración de los exámenes en persona.  Para crear un horario de exámenes, planificar la supervisión de los niños y determinar las asignaciones de salones, complete este formulario a más tardar el 15 de abril para la evaluación de ELA, el 29 de abril para la evaluación de matemáticas y el 28 de mayo para las evaluaciones de ciencias de los grados 4 y 8.  Por Favor llene una forma para cada estudiante. 


Dear Parents, 
We are excited to share that we have an upcoming Future Connect Session on Tuesday, April 13 from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm!
We are continuing with our series of sessions where students get an opportunity to interact with professionals and get an exposure to different careers. The Nanotechnology + Chemistry session on March 9th was a big success! Students were fascinated by the field of Nanotechnology (the science of very small things) and were excited to watch live experiments in Chemistry.
The next session is on the current and important topic of Design Thinking . The concept of Design Thinking is being applied in every field from large companies to schools to social issues. It is a way of understanding the needs of people and coming up with solutions. Elena Habre who is an architect and designer by training, has done extensive work in design thinking. She will talk about her work in Lebanon Ecuador where she used the principles of design thinking to solve problems in the community. She will also talk about her experience with Khan Academy. We will then do some activities to help students get an appreciation of the design thinking process.
This session is on April 13th from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm. Please sign up your child for this session clicking on this link or scanning this QR code.





Dear Parents, 

Did you know that you could track your child’s education on any computer, phone, or tablet? The NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is an app that lets you see your student’s grades, attendance, fitness results, schedule, and more from anywhere and in all DOE languages: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu. 

You can sign up for an account by entering a few basic details. This will allow you to begin receiving notifications from the DOE. It only takes five minutes.  First, contact me, Evelyn Camacho-Moran, the Parent Coordinator at Contacting me via email is the easiest way to confirm your identity. Please include in your email, your child’s name and ossis id number, which can be found on any report card or progress report. If you do not have your child’s ossis id number please email me so that we might have a conversation

After you have emailed me, I will send you instructions and a creation code to login to your NYCSA account. 

Thank you, 

Evelyn Camacho-Moran 

Parent Coordinator The Mott Hall School/IS223 

NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) es una aplicación que le permite ver las calificaciones Y MUCHO MAS

Queridos padres,

¿Sabía que puede realizar un seguimiento de la educación de su hijo en cualquier computadora, teléfono o tableta? NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) es una aplicación que le permite ver las calificaciones, asistencia, resultados de acondicionamiento físico, horarios de su estudiante y más desde cualquier lugar y en todos los idiomas del DOE: árabe, bengalí, chino, inglés, francés, criollo haitiano, coreano, Ruso, español y urdu.

Puede registrarse para obtener una cuenta ingresando algunos detalles básicos. Esto le permitirá comenzar a recibir notificaciones del DOE. Solo toma cinco minutos. Primero, comuníquese conmigo, Evelyn Camacho-Moran, la coordinadora de padres en Ponerse en contacto conmigo por correo electrónico es la forma más sencilla de confirmar su identidad. Incluya en su correo electrónico el nombre de su hijo y el número de identificación de ossis, que se pueden encontrar en cualquier boleta de calificaciones o informe de progreso. Si no tiene el número de identificación de ossis de su hijo, envíeme un correo electrónico para que podamos tener una conversación

Después de que me haya enviado un correo electrónico, le enviaré instrucciones y un código de creación para iniciar sesión en su cuenta de NYCSA.


Evelyn Camacho-Moran

Coordinador de padres The Mott Hall School / IS223




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

Advanced Studies In Mathematics, Science, and Technology

Judith De Los Santos-Peña, Principal


Meet the Mott Hall Community