Re-opening Plan for 2021-2022
Mott Hall Charter School is committed to providing equity through our Re-opening Plan, Click Here to access our Re-Opening Plan for 2021-2022.
New York State Education Department Guidance (NYSED) click HERE
Contact Tracing: Mott Hall Charter School will work with the NYS Department of Health and local department of health centers to alert them when a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19. Mott Hall Charter School will follow protocols as set forth at NYS Contact Tracing. Mott Hall Charter School commits to maintaining accurate student and staff records (including updated contact information) to assist with any necessary contact tracing.
COVID-19 Testing - Statement on Staff and Student Covid Testing, click Here
Click on Each Topic to See Mott Hall's Re-Opening Procedures Created In Alignment With the NYSED Guidance Released on 7/16/20
New York State ESSA-Funded Programs Complaint Procedures
Below is the process for resolving complaints submitted to the New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) Office of ESSA-Funded Programs alleging that a local educational agency (LEA), grantee or NYSED has violated a law, rule, or regulation in the administration of any “covered Federal program” under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) identified below.
These procedures offer parents and other stakeholders a process to file complaints and allow for the timely resolution of such complaints. Complaints filed against a local entity such as a school district, charter school, or grantee will be reviewed by NYSED's Office of ESSA-Funded Programs. Complaints filed against NYSED will be reviewed by NYSED's legal counsel. Click the button below to go directly to the NYSED page.
Updated Reopening Plan - To be Posted Week of October 26. Click on below headings to view updated policies and procedures for reopening.
Attendance and Chronic Absenteeism
Bilingual Education and World Languages
NYC DOE Charter Resources
Regional Recreation Centers (RECs): In order to successfully fight COVID-19, our first responders, health care providers, transit workers, and other key personnel must be able to come to work. That is why we have created Regional Enrichment Centers (RECs)—places where the children of these front-line workers can be safely cared for while their parents continue to serve the city in this time of need.
Staffed by DOE employees and community-based organization partners, the centers will provide children with three hot meals daily, remote learning time with their teachers, activities like art and music, and social and emotional support. Regional Enrichment Centers will be available citywide. Eligible parents can complete the survey here: https://bit.ly/2xfzEVe
New Parent Resources Regarding Learning Platforms:
Click Here for Google Meet Information
Click Here for Microsoft Teams Information
NYSED Required Posted Resources & Notifications.