Monday, June 26th
- No School in recognition of Eid al-Fitr
Tuesday, June 27
- No School: 8G Stepping Up Ceremony
Wednesday, June 28
- Last Day of School: Students come in from 8:15 – 9:15 to receive Narratives and Year-End Grades
Monday, June 26th
Tuesday, June 27
Wednesday, June 28
ROY T-Shirts Now Available!
Jazz up your summer style with a “Love Train” Roy Nathanson t-shirt, tank top, phone case and more! Help fund the future of the ICE music department and celebrate our amazing musical legacy with this cooler than jazz design. Because it’s threadless, you can get your Roy fix on anything including duvet covers and shower curtains. Seniors, who’s going to take a little bit of ICE with them to college next year?
All profits will be donated to ICE and earmarked for the music department.
Start shopping here: Music Department Fundraiser
ICE Summer School runs from July 10 – August 3, Monday through Thursday, from 9 am – noon (16 days total).
Have your child report to ICE at 8:45 am on July 10th to receive their summer schedule.
It's that time of the year again - lazy days (at least a few) spent curled up with a great book ... or your summer reading assignment!
Click herehttp://www.iceschoolnyc.org/summer-reading/ to download the assignments for your new grade.
Please note that the Incoming 6th Grade reading assignment is not yet available but please check the website regularly.
Do you know any runners that would like an opportunity to support I.C.E.? Join us for a brisk run (or walk) in the late summer sunshine
No ICE affiliation necessary - Spread the word to anyone willing to move for a good cause!
Saturday, September 16th at 11:00am
Randall's Island Park, 20 Randall's Island, NY, NY 10035
Advance Registration Required!Read More
Through athletics, we have been able to help a large number of young people gain confidence, learn teamwork, grow socially, and have fun. In an effort to ensure that all of our students have the same opportunity to continue this growth through athletics over summer break, we are trying to raise money to send 20 students to summer sports camp in 2017.
To learn more and make a donation click HERE
Thank you for your support,
Wali and Mark
Over the last few years we have been working hard to extend our support for ICE Alumni. One of the most common requests we receive from alumni is help in securing a job. We are hoping the ICE Community will help us find work for our kids who need it.
If you (or someone you know) are aware of a job opening at your place of work orRead More
A huge thank you to all of the parents who donated time, food and/or money for Teacher and Staff Appreciation Day on Friday, June 2nd.
The teachers were very impressed by the ICE Community's thoughtfulness, and "felt appreciated and considered". Because of your generosity, we provided craniosacral therapy, massages, wonderfully varied breakfast and lunch spreads, and $20 SMILE.AMAZON.COM gift cards to ICE's dedicated staff.
Please note, if you/your child did not pick up your waffle iron or other service items, you may pick up in Mark's office.
-- Yes, Streisand may have sung it! Some of us my have gotten misty watching the movie (I know I did). BUT, the 8th Grade class is living it as they ready for their "Stepping Up" ceremony to move on to high school. And while new memories will be created, old memories are swirling around now.
It’s that time of year again -- ICE 2016-2017 Yearbook ordering season! Every year, the yearbook committee works diligently to see that the senior class and the 8th grade class areRead More
Students currently in the 10th & 11th grade may now sign up to take a college class at either Baruch College or the Borough of Manhattan Community College.
To be eligible students should have an ERW score of 480 on the PSAT or SAT OR a 75 on the ELA, and a Met Standards average at ICE. Interested students should stop by the College Office to find out about applications.
Exceptionally hard work, extensive research, and dedication, have resulted in ICE science students Asha Karmen-Chan (15), Jasmine Hyman (16), and Albert Jurkowski (16) receiving recognition from the Genes in Space competition with an Honorable Mention award.
One of only 10 projects (out of 375 submissions) to be selected, our ICE science students share this recognition with students from Stuyvesant, Bronx Science, and other specialty tech schools across the country. Including the finalists, the math works out to their project being in the top 4% of all submissions! This is a remarkable achievement.
The entire ICE community is so incredibly proud of these students’ continually pushing themselves to complete their best work!
Here's the link to the announcement: https://www.genesinspace.org/blog/genes-space-awards-part-1/ (copy and paste if link doesn’t work!).
Debating last weekend in Chicago against 44 top teams from 22 cities around the country, Josie and Nicole crushed it. It’s not easy to get to this place. Only two teams from NYC made it: ICE andBrooklyn Tech. Arguing at a graduate level, the team focused on Feminist Disability Theory looking at the interconnectedness of disability and sex. Then they connected it to relations between the US and China!!
These are difficult, layered arguments. Josie and Nicole made it to the sweet 16, the elite of the elite, finishing 12thin the country. This is very, very big - no school from this area has ever gotten this far. You should know how much work Josie and Nicole put into this.
Out of the seven ICE seniors who presented their original independent science research at the NYCSEF preliminary round three students advanced to the finals round, which was held on Tuesday at the Museum of Natural History. The NYCSEF finals round represents the top 25% of the science projects in New York City. For the first time in our historyRead More
For those of us currently going through the college search and those who plan to join the search one day...we hope you find this article just as interesting as we did - it’s really worth the read http://articles.latimes.com/2009/apr/03/opinion/oe-perez3.
Hello ICE Families,
I am writing to let you know that yesterday my wife gave birth to our second child, Colton Mack Mazzone. Everyone is happy and doing great.
I also want to let you all know that I will be spending the next two weeks at home with my family. Feel free to email or call me as you normally would, but know it may take me longer than usual to get back to you. For more immediate responses, email Pete (email@example.com) and Kristen Bonnici (Kristen.Bonnici@gmail.com) who will be taking over some of my duties the next two weeks.
Thanks to all. See you after April Break!
Students can submit a film or video and win an award. Only 10 will be selected for the festival, but most entries will be on TV!
Talk to Danny or Natalie Mack in 518 for more information.
ICE merchandise will be available for sale on both PT Conference days.
Ninth and tenth grade ICE girls who think they may be interested in learning the ins and outs of soccer or just improving their skills in a friendly, encouraging, and fun environment should consider joining our JV soccer team!
Pre-season practices have just begun, so you'll have plenty of time to build skills before games begin next month. Practices are Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00 and Fridays from 2:45-4:00. Interested players should complete this interest form (Girls JV Soccer Sign-up) and stop by JD's room (521) for more information. Go ICE!
ICE has the opportunity to expand our girls who code with a Middle School Girls Who Code Club this semester! Interested students should be young women in 6-8th grades, who want to learn to master the technology that surrounds them. If your child is interested, please have them complete this form: Girls Who Code Club Form
More information about Girls Who Code can be found here: http://girlswhocode.com/clubs/
Hello ICE parents and friends!
We are thrilled to announce that a group of 11th and 12th graders from our school are taking a community service trip to Mexico. It’s a really exciting way to give back to the community and environment, as well as give our students an incredible cultural experience.
The group will be doing environmental and community based work in Puerto Morelos and Nuevo Durango. They will also have many opportunities to interact with the culture and setting of Mexico.
We want to make sure that every student, regardless of financial need or socioeconomic class, is able to take advantage of this opportunity. That’s why we’re asking you to consider donating to our Go Fund Me https://www.gofundme.com/icemexico2017. Even if you can only spare a dollar, it really does all add up.
Please feel free to share the link with your family and friends.
Thank you so much!
~ICE Mexico Trip 2017
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All from a public school. Your contribution enriches the education for your child and all the students of I.C.E.
Make TIME for ICE! We encourage ICE family members to donate a minimum of 4 hours each year.
Fill out the volunteer survey to join our list of available parents and identify how you might best be of service. It will take no more than 2 minutes of your time to join the I.C.E. Community Volunteers.
I.C.E. Facebook page. Spread the news and grow our community. Please like and share!
I.C.E. TALK is an open forum for parents to share information, discuss current events relevant to our school and our kids, and be in touch with one another.
We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Mark Mazzone at 212-475-7972 to request assistance.
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