“Preparing all students to be COLLEGE READY, CAREER READY, and LIFE READY”
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Current and Incoming Families!
Please fill out the
Parent Survey-Blended Models
for some additional feedback regarding reopening!
are postponed until we are
able to re-enter the building.
Please take a look at
Mr. Barge's brief overview regarding
reopening in September!
Also, please take a look at
Mr. Barge's timeline for this week
and ZOOM Meeting information.
Please click for:
Chancellor’s Update for Families
on Fall Learning Options
RETURN TO SCHOOL 2020
Please fill out the following survey
Learning Preference Survey
(fill out survey by August 7, 2020)
Family and Student Information Sessions
Virtual Citywide Information Sessions
for students and families from 6:30-8:00 PM on:
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Thursday, August 27, 2020
For more information please register:
Family and Student Information Session
Please take a lookat the letter from:
Communication Arts Department
and view the:
SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENT
SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION
Summer school starts on July 6th.
To all students who were told by
their counselor that they have summer school:
If you know you are taking a summer school class,
it is important that you set up your DOE account. You need this account to use for your remote summer classes that will be on iLearn.
If you have not set up your
DOE account, please do so.
For more details, please review:
How to Retrieve DOE Account IDs and Passwords on the family website.
Again, this is only for students who were told by their counselor that they have summer school.
If you have any questions, please contact the summer guidance counselor, Mr. Rolof at RRolof@schools.nyc.gov
CLASS OF 2020 GRADUATION PAGE
Congratulations to our amazing students- you did it!
Congratulations to all recipients!
Also available in PDF format
Attached you will find a letter to families from the NYC Department of Education. Included in the letter is a link to a survey that will assist schools in gathering important information that will be used in planning for September. When you have a moment, please take this brief survey.
A few important dates for remote learning:
On June 4th, all students are expected to complete work independently as staff will be engaged in professional development. Teachers are not expected to engage students on June 4th; instead, teachers will set students up in advance with independent work for the day.
June 10th will be the last day students will be assigned new assignments. The remaining days of the semester will allow for student submission of missing assignments/mastery tasks (projects) if applicable, and communication and conferencing with teachers, counselors, students and their families.
As a reminder, June 26th is the last day of school. Additional guidance about the end of the 2019-20 school year will be issued in the coming weeks.
Dear Murrow Community,
We share the heartbreak that many are feeling over the recent killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. These events have further exposed the deep inequities in our system and demonstrated that there is more work that needs to be done to make the world a safer and equitable place for all.
At times like this, I ask us all again to turn to the mission of our school to reinforce our core values: respect for others, diversity and inclusion. Edward R. Murrow High School values diversity and inclusion as an essential part of our community.
Over the next few days, we will provide additional supports for students during this very painful and scary time. We will also provide opportunities for students to creatively express how they feel through art, music and poetry. As a result, Wednesday, June 3, 2020 will be a Day of Solidarity. Students will be able to submit their work that reflects their voice. “We will always encourage students to lift up their voices and vision of a better world – the one they will one day lead” (Chancellor Carranza). More information about these supports and our Day of Solidarity will be provided soon.
Let's cherish the deep commitment of our community to justice and equity, and keep on standing strong together.
... because at Edward R. Murrow High School, we CARE about our students!
On behalf of the faculty and staff of Edward R. Murrow High School, we congratulate our newest members of NHS as well as our returning members.
The staff of Edward R. Murrow High School sends a message of hope & inspiration to students & the Murrow community.
Additional COVID related Updates:
Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children
If you need technical support with a DOE iPad or are having difficulties with iPad software, please use this form to contact the DOE to get the help you need
Update on Remote Learning for the 2019-2020 School Year - April 11, 2020
Course Selection for Fall 2020 has begun. Students have been sent a link to register for their classes through their Murrow Google email. The link will be open until April 24th. Here is a document from our student guide that can help you select courses
Coronavirus Update for Families (Updated)
Coronavirus Update for Families of Seniors
See the NYC Department of Education Website for additional information.
REMOTE LEARNING INFORMATION
March 23rd – Start of remote instruction
Please check your Pupilpath and Murrow Google email accounts every day. You will receive your daily attendance email through your Murrow Google email account so please check it every day and follow the prompts to capture your attendance.
Need Help Accessing Google Classroom?
If you need help accessing Google Classroom, or resetting your Murrow Google email account, please contact your teacher or Daniella Dilacqua (email@example.com).
If you are looking for a teacher or staff member go here for the staff directory
For all students who borrowed a laptop last week from Murrow: there is a program called "Deep Freeze" which operates each night from midnight (12am) to 4am. You cannot use the laptop during this time. PLEASE save all of your work before midnight each night, or it will be lost.
If you still need a laptop:
All school buildings are currently closed. Please use this link to register with the DOE that you still need a device:
COVID-19 Crisis Resources
1. Mental Health and Emotional Support
5. Equity and Access
6. Substance Use
8. Remote Learning Supports
10. Information About Continuing Services
11. General Mental Health Information and Support
AP Exam Information:
The College Board is offering free daily AP Review classes online. Go here to get started
SCHOOL YEAR 2019-2020 INFORMATION
For Current Murrow Families
Please download or view:
2019- 2020 FAMILY GUIDE
Need Help Connecting to PupilPath?
Contact our Parent Coordinator:
Ms. Rosie (RDeInnocentiis@schools.nyc.gov) or your Guidance Counselor. You can find your counselor in our staff directory
Ms. Sinclair's Social media links for Seniors:
Senior Council (Seniors Only):
Facebook: (Search Murrow 2020)
Student Alliance (All students):
FROM THE PRINCIPAL
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Bureau
Coronavirus Fact Sheet
Coronavirus Updates for Families
Letter from the Chancellor
Coronavirus Parent Letters
MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
Stay safe, stay connected, stay engaged!
Student Voice Letter from Mr. Barge
Update on Remote Learning for the 2019-2020 School Year - April 11, 2020
Remote Engagement for Students April 9th -April 17th
Read a Message from Mr.Barge here.
… because at Edward R. Murrow High School, we CARE about our students!
Welcome to Edward R. Murrow High School Video
Edward R. Murrow Levi's Music Project with Alicia Keys!
The Diversity Wave at Murrow!
MURROW ONLINE STORE
Ms. Rosie D's
Murrow Newsletter 03/13/20