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Vote for LGJ to win a $25,000 professional learning prize!

posted Jun 13, 2017, 5:31 AM by Kadion Phillips

LGJ has been selected as one of ten semi-finalists for the 2017 Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize and needs your support to bring home the $25,000 prize we are competing for.

The Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize is an annual award that goes to a public school where teaching matters and is designed to advance opportunities for students by positioning teachers to lead, learn, and thrive.

You can make a difference in helping LGJ by taking only a few minutes to VOTE for LGJ! To do so, please visit the link below and VOTE for LGJ in one of two ways- either through recommending our video submission on Facebook or by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page ("Don't Have Facebook? Vote Here!") and completing the brief questionnaire.

Either way you vote, be sure to VOTE for LGJ!

Voting closes on June 18th, so be sure to VOTE for LGJ while you still can!

teachingmatters.org/rohatyn/vote.html

Techsperts: LGJ Tech Support

posted Jun 30, 2016, 5:38 AM by Kadion Phillips   [ updated Oct 13, 2016, 9:06 AM by Michele Phillips ]

TechSperts support site!
Click Here for LGJ Tech Support Site

The LGJ TechSperts squad assists teachers, students and administrative staff with their professional and personal technology issues. 


Meet the TechSperts:
Donald Coyle (The Boss)
Angel Beltre Omar Duran Christian Escalante Aisha Khan Johnny Leal Enrique Quezada Tatyana Taylor Dyami Urena Michael Yirenkyi

TechSperts Office- Room335C - x3788

Parent Reminders

posted Jun 30, 2016, 5:31 AM by Kadion Phillips   [ updated Jul 5, 2016, 5:41 AM ]



PARENT REMINDERS
Click above for current Parent Reminder and Announcements


Click HERE for Community Events and Opportunities

LGJ Lone Bronx Middle School to Make Exemplary Gains in Reading

posted Jun 30, 2016, 5:30 AM by Kadion Phillips   [ updated Jul 5, 2016, 4:43 AM ]



Our MS was the lone middle school in the Bronx to make dramatic improvements in reading gains…our school stood out for its 14-point reading gains making it the only school from the Bronx to show such dramatic improvement. 

Click here for: Full Article

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