Graduating seniors will formally present their CAS projects for 10th and 11th graders and their families as well as the greater BSGE community throughout the building, answering questions about this engaging IB requirement. It is the perfect opportunity to spark ideas and enthusiasm for possible future CAS projects while having questions about the CAS requirement answered. All 10th and 11th graders are expected to attend along with a parent or guardian.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you there.
We are very pleased to announce that as of the April 10th PTA meeting, nominations are open for all PTA Executive Board position for the 2018/2019 school year and for two parent positions on the SLT for two-year terms.
Parent-Teacher Association Executive Board
President or Co-Presidents (Mandatory Position)
Vice President, or 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Vice President
Recording Secretary or Co-Recording Secretaries (Mandatory Position)
Treasurer or Co-Treasurers (Mandatory Position)
School Leadership Team
Two SLT parent positions for a two-year term.
Descriptions of the duties for each office can be found here.
All parents with children at BSGE are eligible to run for the PTA Executive Board or SLT, unless they are employees of the school. If you would like to run for any of these positions, nominate a candidate, or have any questions, please contact the Nominating Committee at BSGEPTA@gmail.com. The nominations process closes at the end of the May 8th PTA meeting. We will accept nominations from the floor during the June 5th PTA/SLT election meeting just prior to the elections for any positions that remain unfilled as of the close of the May 8th PTA meeting.
Our PTA and SLT election meeting will take place at the PTA meeting on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 6:30 pm at BSGE. We encourage all parents to attend this important meeting and consider running for office! And of course, we want our parents and teachers to turn out and vote!!!
Please don’t forget! Shameek Robinson from the College Board (makers of the SATs and SAT subject tests) will be attending our PTA meeting to discuss the best strategies to help our kids prepare for the SATs and SAT subject tests. He will go over all the free resources available through the College Board and Khan Academy to help our kids improve their scores on these important tests. These free resources include test prep tailored to each child as well as their question of the day. IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY TO START! He will also discuss College Board’s college planning and scholarship search functions.
He is a wonderful, engaging speaker. His advice will be invaluable and will be targeted for students of all ages. So we hope to see BSGE parents from ALL grades attend.
The New York State Education Department has identified 155 schools as Reward Schools, with 12 in Queens — including the Baccalaureate School for Global Education. Reward Schools are awarded for their high academic achievement as well as those who progress the most in the State. Read more in the articles below:
Thank you to all those who attended the workshop from Elevate Education at our PTA meeting last night. Elevate Education is aimed at improving the time management skills (and note taking strategies) of our students and how we, as parents, can reinforce these study skills at home. For more information, please check out their website. Our thanks to the school for arranging this wonderful workshop!
Deck the Halls — BSGE’s First Ever Holiday Decoration Contest!!
(Wednesday, December 13th)
Teams of 4 to 6 students (teachers and staff, too!) were invited to decorate every classroom door of BSGE!
Individual awards were given out to most creative, most inclusive, D.I.Y. masters, and more… See our photo gallery!
The two BSGE Stingbots Robotics Teams participated in the early First Tech Challenge Qualifier, held at John Dewey High School, Saturday December 9th. The team is made up of approximately 20 students, primarily 7th and 9th graders. The Qualifier pitted the Stingbots against 28 other teams from all over the city, both Public and Independent Schools. Read more…