School Updates

  • End of Spring Semester Letter and Schedule to Families

    Good day,

    As the school year comes to a close on Friday, June 25th, we wanted to share the schedule below for all scholars and families.

    As shared in our May 26 email in PupilPath, a small handful of scholars and families have informed us and decided to take the NYS Regents exams. Scholars who are taking the Regents exams will be allowed to leave the school building after completing the exam.

    Scholars who are not taking a Regents exam, must continue to learn either In-Person or Remote until the last day of school, Friday, June 25th. Attendance is required until the last day of school.

    The last day of regular classes is Monday, June 14th (fully remote). From June 15th – June 25th, scholars and teachers will continue to follow their daily schedule. Teachers will provide a student engagement activity each day to all scholars. Scholars who have received an NX grade, will be provided with support from their teachers to resolve their NX grade.

    As always, if you are in need of support and/or clarity, please contact the school’s administration and/or your child’s counselor.

    Thank you and good luck to all the scholars!

    JUNE 2021







    § Last day of regular classes

    § PM School


    § Scholar Engagement or NX Support

    § PM School


    § Scholar Engagement or NX Support

    § PM School


    § Scholar Engagement or NX Support

    § PM School

    § ELA Regents

    § Open House 6pm


    § Scholar Engagement or NX Support

    § PM School


    § Scholar Engagement or NX Support


    § Scholar Engagement or NX Support

    § Living Environ. Regents


    § Scholar Engagement or NX Support

    § Algebra Regents


    § Scholar Engagement

    § Earth Science Regents


    § Last day of School

    § Scholar Engagement

    § GRADUATION 1pm


    Wings Academy High School
  • Wings Academy Regents Exam Opt In letter Spring 2021

    Please see the attached letter about the June 2021 Regents. Scroll down in the letter to see the information in Spanish.

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  • School Reopening for SY21-22

    Hello Wings Academy Families,

    Please read the family letter regarding having 100% in person learning.

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates.

    Thank you!!


    Wings Academy High School
  • Bringing Language Access to Families

     Hello Wings Academy Families,

    Join the Central and borough staff in their discussions to bring “Language Access” to our Bronx families and parent leaders! Central and borough staff will discuss why language access is so important and how it helps to make our schools more equitable!  Please note that interpretation will be available in Spanish, Bengali and Arabic for our families who speak this language at home.

    Attached is the information for the sessions.

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates!

    Thank you!!!

    Wings Academy High School
  • Announcement

    Hello Wings Academy Families,

    Please click here to listen to our  02/23 announcement.

    Thank you!!!

    Wings Academy High School
  • Spring Semester: Classes begin Tuesday, February 2

    Hello Wings Academy Families!

    Spring Semester classes begin on Tuesday, February 2.

    There are no classes tomorrow, Monday, February 1.

    Please register and login to PupilPath to check for details on report card grades and notices regarding the Spring Semester.

    Enjoy the day off!

    Wings Academy High School
  • ***UPDATED (9/30) ***Student Information Regarding Classes

    When Should You Come to School for Your Classes?

    In order to ensure social distancing, students who are coming to school for classes (blended learning) will be coming in smaller groups on different days. We will be using a six day cycle for classes, with students in school for two school days in a row, and learning from home for the next four school days. Students will be organized into three groups, A, B, and C. The cycle will be AA (Day 1 and 2), BB (Day 3 and 4), CC (Day 5 and 6). The A group comes for 2 days, then the B group for 2 days, and then the C group for 2 days.

    The D group are the students who will be learning from home full time (remote).

    All students will follow their schedules remotely for the first three days, from Wednesday to Friday, September 16th-18th. Students must use their Wings Nation email/account and follow their schedules each day. In school classes start on Monday, September 21st.

    Students should click on the link below that corresponds to their grade to see which group they are assigned.  Students should look for their OSIS number (9 digit ID) and see if they are in A, B, or C. (Note this list may not show recent requests submitted for full time remote instruction.)

    9th Grade Groups      10th Grade Groups        11th Grade Groups                 12th Grade Groups

    The link below is the calendar that tells students the dates they should come to the school for their classes (remember to check the date with the group number). On the days students are home, they should follow their schedule and sign into their classes. 

    Here is the link to sign in: Wings Academy High School Calendar


    You can now see your class schedules on PupilPath. Contact the school and speak to Ms. Claudio if you need your PupilPath account login information.

    Here is the link to access: The New Bell Schedule. (Period 1 starts at 8:30am)


    Ninth graders all have Wings Nation accounts/emails now. Students will use these to sign into their classes online and receive emails from their teachers that will let them link into those classes.

    Emails are in this format: (no capitals). Therefore, if your name is Miles Davis, your email is

    Students default email password is Wings123 . (Make sure you capitalize the W). Change it right away to another password, and keep track of that password.

    Here is the link to sign in: Wings Nation GMail account

    You will be getting emails from your teachers with links into your online classes.

    If you have any questions, you can email

    Thank you and looking forward to seeing everyone!

    Wings Academy High School
  • NYC/NYS Education Programs and Services for English Language Learners (ELLs)

    Hello Wings Academy family:

    Come and join the NYC/NYS Education Programs and Services for English Language Learners (ELLs), a virtual presentation for the community and our Wings family.


    Wings Academy High School
  • Rent Freeze Program Informational Session: Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 2:00 PM

    Hello Wings Academy Families,

    Please read if interested about the rent freeze info session. 

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates.

    Thank you!

    Wings Academy High School
  • New UFT/DOE program offering college and career counseling to hs seniors and juniors

    Hello Wings Academy Families!

    The UFT, in partnership with the DOE, has created a program to offer one hour of free college and career counseling to high school juniors and seniors.

    Starting this Friday, students or their parents can call 212-331-6329 to speak with a UFT representative to make an appointment.

    Here’s what students need to know:

    • High school juniors and seniors are eligible for one hour of free, one-on-one college and career counseling to help develop their post-secondary plans.
    • Students will meet via video chat with UFT members who are experienced college and career counselors.
    • Appointments are available Monday through Friday, from 5 to 8 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    • This counseling will include technical assistance with post-secondary applications and financial aid. High school seniors may also be connected with CUNY or SUNY case managers who can provide tutoring, academic help and more planning support.

    This high school counseling program is part of the UFT’s five-point plan for using new federal education funds to help our students recover from the pandemic.

    Thank you!

    Wings Academy High School
  • Family Letter from Chancellor: May 12, 2021

    Hello Wings Academy Families,

    Please read the family letter from the Chancellor regarding Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month.

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates!

    Thank you!! 

    Wings Academy High School
  • NEW Emergency Broadband Benefit Program for Families

    Hello Wings Academy Families,

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has launched a short-term Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program, which will provide reduced cost broadband internet service for eligible New York City households during the COVID-19 pandemic. All families with a student enrolled in a DOE school or program are eligible for this benefit, and funds will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis until the program has exhausted available funds or six months after the US Department of Health and Human services declares an end to the COVID-19 health emergency.

    Families can find out if they are eligible, apply for the program, and find participating broadband providers via the USAC website. There are two types of benefits available to eligible households: 

    • Monthly Benefit: a discount of up to $50/month for broadband service, equipment, and device rentals; or 
    • One-time Device Discount: up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of $10 - $50), where available. 

    Families can visit the FCC’s EBB webpage and view this FAQ to learn more about the EBB program. Translated materials are available via the following links: SpanishArabicAmharicBurmeseChineseFrenchHaitian CreoleKoreanPortugueseRussianSomaliTagalog, and Vietnamese

    If families have questions or require support with an application, they can email or call (833) 511-0311.

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates.

    Thank you!!!

    Wings Academy High School
  • Summer Teen Program - Applications are Open for Make It Work!

    Hello Wings Academy Families,

    The Second Chances program at JCCA is now taking applications for its work readiness group, Make It Work. The Make It Work program is an 8-week long group for 14-17 year olds who are interested in job readiness, social-emotional regulation, daily living skills, and much more!

    If you have clients who would like to apply for Make It Work, they must fill out and return the attached employee application form by May 20, 2021. Additionally, all applicants must have working papers and a social security card. Working papers are typically obtained through a client’s school; the process can look different depending on the school. Your clients can ask a teacher or guidance counselor for more information on how to acquire working papers from their school.

    This group is a great opportunity for youth looking to enter the workforce, expand their skillset, and build relationships with peers. Participants in the Make It Work group will be paid $15 per hour. The group will meet over Zoom on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3pm-5:30pm. Orientation will take place on June 29, 2021. The official start date is July 6, 2021.

    Space is limited - only 15 applicants will be accepted into Make It Work for this cycle. All applicants will be interviewed by Second Chances staff. To be admitted into the program, applicants must demonstrate that they are prepared to commit to the requirements and expectations of Make It Work. Accepted applicants will be asked to fill out and return hiring documents and undergo mental health screenings.

    All completed applications can be sent to

    This is the link to the application.

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates!

    Thank you!!!

    Wings Academy High School
  • DOE Family Update 5-4-2021

    Hello Wings Acadmey Families!!

    Here is the DOE latest family update!


    • 2021–22 School Calendar Released
    • Vote Now in Your Community and Citywide Education Council Election
    • Teacher Appreciation Week Starts May 3
    • Register for Summer Rising

    2021–22 School Year Calendar

    The DOE has released the 2021–22 public school calendar, available now at

    Some of this year’s important dates include:

    • First Day of School for All Students: Monday, September 13
    • Election Day (full remote asynchronous instructional day for all students): Tuesday, November 2
    • Thanksgiving Recess (schools closed): Thursday–Friday, November 25–26
    • Winter Recess (schools closed): Friday–Friday, December 24–31

    Please note the following reminders:

    • On “snow days” or days when school buildings are closed due to an emergency, all students and families should plan on participating in remote learning.
    • Your parent-teacher conference date might be different from those listed on the School Year Calendar. Your child’s teacher will work with you to schedule your conference.

    You can find a printable version of the calendar along with translations at

    Vote Now in the 2021 CCEC Elections!

    CCEC elections voting is now open and runs through May 11. And for the first time, voting is open to parents and guardians of all students! Education Council representatives serve as the voice of our families and offer important advice to the Chancellor and the Department of Education. Now is your chance to have a say on who sits on these councils.

    Parents can vote for their district councils and citywide councils that serve their students using their NYC Schools Account at

    Want to learn more about how to vote in the CCEC elections? Parent University offers a free course on the voting process at or you can watch directly on our YouTube channel here:

    For more information about running for, serving on, and voting in elections, please visit

    Teacher Appreciation Week Begins May 3

    New York City’s teachers have shown up for our students, families, and City in so many ways this past year. Teacher Appreciation Week is a time for us to show up for them.

    The DOE invites students, families, and other members of the community to take a moment to thank a teacher today!

    Visit our website at, where you can send a note of appreciation to the teachers making a difference in your life.

    You can also share your gratitude on social media using the hashtag #ThankaTeacherNYC.

    Register for Summer Rising

    Registration is now open for Summer Rising, NYC's new free summer program for students in grades K–12.

    Summer Rising will offer academic and social-emotional support, arts, and recreation. There will also be local field trips to parks, pools, and other enriching outdoor venues that are both educational and meet State health and safety guidelines.

    Breakfast, lunch, and a snack will be served to each student.

    Families of students in grades K-8 can sign up at For families of students in grades 9-12, high schools will reach out students in the coming weeks to discuss a summer program that meets their needs and interests. If you are a family of a student in grades K-8 and you do not see your site listed, please complete the survey at and you’ll be contacted when a program opens in your neighborhood. We’re adding new ones every Monday through mid-May. After you sign up for a program, you’ll receive an email confirming your registration.

    We look forward to seeing your child this summer!

    Wings Academy High School
  • Release of the 2021–22 School Year Calendar

    Hello Wings Academy Families!

    The 2021–22 DOE school year calendar is now available to staff and families. The parent-facing calendar flyer and translations (which will be available for view at 7:00 a.m. on May 4) are available on the public website. 

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates.

    Thank you!!


    Wings Academy High School
  • 2021 CCEC Election - "Get Out The Vote"

    Hello Wings Academy Families!

    The New York City Department of Education will be hosting what we hope will be the largest online municipal election in history – the 2021 Citywide and Community Education Council Elections!   

    This year, more than one million parents are eligible to vote, and we are encouraging parents to vote through their online NYCSA account in the comfort of their own homes.  This week and next will be about “Getting Out the Vote.”  DOE has mailed flyers to families, and advertised across the City - from buses, to radio shows, news media, and more. We will be robocalling families with a message from the Chancellor reminding everyone to vote.  Voting begins this Saturday, May 1st and continues until Tuesday, May 11th. 

    How can you support? 

    ·         Ensure your Parent Coordinator is ready to support parents with NYCSA and voting 

    ·         Please hang your 2021 CCEC Election Banner in front of your school 

    ·         Please use your school’s twitter, facebook, website, and more to remind parents to vote 

    ·         Share voting information and resources with your families: 

    o    Video Guide to Voting in the 2021 CCEC Elections (All 9 languages on Parent University) 

    o    Video Guide on How to Sign-up For A NYCSA Account 

    o    Voting FAQs 

    o    See Who’s Running 

    o    Hear Directly From the Candidates  

    While we expect most families to cast their online votes at home, we will be hosting in-person voting sites across the City.  In-person voting sites will be open during the hours of 4pm – 7pm, on weekdays from Monday, May 3rd to Tuesday, May 11th.  The in-person locations will be: 


    ·         District 7 Superintendent Alvarez’ Office, 501 Cortlandt Avenue 

    ·         I.S. 232 (09X218), 1220 Gerard Ave. 

    ·         The School of Applied Science and Learning (12X300), 2050 Prospect Avenue 


    ·         Progress High School, Grand Street Campus (14K474), 850 Grand 

    ·         Boys and Girls High School (16K455), 1700 Fulton Street 

    ·         James Madison High School (22K425), 3787 Bedford Ave 


    ·         Anna Silver School (01M20), 166 Essex Street 

    ·         Harriet Tubman School (05M154), 250 W. 127th St. 

    ·         Michael J. Buczek, (06M048), 4360-78 Broadway 


    ·         Queens School for Leadership and Excellence, (28Q349), 8808 164th Street, Jamaica 

    ·         P.S. 112 Dutch Kills (30Q112), 25-05 37 Avenue, Long Island City 

    ·         5/3-5/7 only: American School of Heroes (27Q137), 109-15 98 Street 

    ·         5/10-5/11 only: P.S. 42 R. Vernan (27Q042), 488 Beach 66 Street 

    Staten Island  

    ·         Susan E. Wagner High School (31R460), 1200 Manor Road 

    ·         Port Richmond High School (31R445), 85 St. Joseph Avenue 

    This will be the largest CCEC election in DOE history with a record-breaking 1,750 parents running for seats - let's work together to make it a success! 

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates!! 

    Thank you!!

    Wings Academy High School
  • Distribute Vaccine Eligibility Letter to Families for Students Ages 16 and Older

    Hello Wings Academy Families!!

    All schools serving students 16 years and older should distribute this COVID-19 letter to families of students who are at least age 15 and a half. All eligible students should be encouraged to take the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. The letter explains to families:  

    • Who is eligible to receive the vaccine, based on age;
    • Which vaccine brand the FDA advises for students, based on age;
    • Important information about the Pfizer vaccine; and  
    • How to make an appointment for a vaccination.  

    For questions contact your BCO health director.

    Please continue to check PupilPath for updates!!


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