Parent Teacher Conferences: May 26, 2021
Icahn Charter Schools will participate in their final Parent Teacher Conferences for the 2020--2021 school year. All conferences will be virtual.
Please find your child's summer packet here:
7th Grade Going to 8th Grade Packets Below:
Families must fill out and submit a brief application, providing basic information about the student, to each charter school they are interested in attending. Applications must be submitted by April 1 each year*. Students are admitted according to the number of seats available.
If a charter school receives more applications than it has seats available, then the school is required by law to run a randomized lottery to admit students. All families who submitted an application will automatically be entered in the admissions lottery. Applicants whose names are not drawn in the lottery are placed on a waiting list and may be contacted as seats become available.
Online / Paper - Monday, December 1, 2020
Thursday, April 1, 2021
*Any paper application postage stamped after April 1st will not be accepted. The last day to submit paper enrollment applications to the school is April 2, 2021 .
Application End Time:
Thursday, April 1, 2021 @ 4pm
Icahn Charter School 7's Lottery Information
Online / Paper - Monday, October 7, 2019
Application End Date:
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Lottery Location & Date:
Tuesday, April 21, 2020, 5:30pm--6:30pm via Zoom link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72238850499?pwd=OWlqWUxHeHRPelUwRWpDczhKRkZKdz09
Icahn Charter School 7 held its annual lottery on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Below are the results of the lottery:
Icahn Charter School 7 Elementary School (Grades K-4) is located at 1535 Story Avenue, Bronx, NY 10473
Icahn Charter School 7 Middle School (Grades 5-8) is located at 1695 Seward Avenue, Bronx NY 10473
Welcome to Icahn Charter School 7's Middle School
1695 Seward Avenue
Bronx NY 10473
Students will arrive each morning through the main entrance on 1695 Seward Avenue. Students will use the cafeteria as the primary means to gain access to their classrooms. Icahn 7 classrooms are located on the second and third floors. Our fifth and sixth grade classrooms are on the second floor and our seventh grade classrooms and programs are on the third floor. Students will use Stair Case A that is located in the cafeteria to walk up to their respective classrooms (please see below).
Class 501—Ms. Pappas, Room 221
Class 502—Ms. Taylor, Room 223
Class 601—Ms. Duhaney-Alcock, Room 227A/B
Class 601—Ms.Ricci, Room 225A/B
Class 701—Ms. Hernandez, Room 325 A/B
Class 702—Ms. Martin, Room 327
School begins each morning at 8:30am. If your child is participating in our breakfast program, breakfast begins at 7:45am. Please do not bring your child before 7:45am as they will not be supervised by any of our Icahn 7 staff. Breakfast ends promptly at 8:25am.
Students will have lunch from 1:20 pm—2:10 pm each day. Due to the late lunch period, students will be given a snack break each day around 11am. If you are able to, please send a healthy snack with your child to eat during this time.
Student dismissal is at 3:45 pm each day unless they are in an after-school program or activity. Below describes the procedures for our bus and pick-up students.
ARRIVAL...In the morning, all students will enter the school via the main entrance on Boynton. Upon entering, students will walk to the cafeteria where they will have an opportunity to eat breakfast from 7:45-8:25am. Classroom teachers will escort children to their classrooms from the cafeteria each morning. Icahn staff members are also on hand in the entryway, hall and cafeteria during arrival and breakfast. Instruction begins promptly at 8:30 am.
DISMISSAL...During a regular dismissal, all children not taking the school bus, will be dismissed by the school gates on Story Avenue. Students who ride the school bus will be escorted to the bus by their monitor. The bus picks up and drops off children on Boynton Avenue in front of the school entrance.
To ensure that you get the most up to date School Messenger messages, please be certain to update your contact information with our main office.
The 100 Book Challenge program is a systematic independent reading program that allows each student an opportunity to read at his or her independent reading level. Each day a student is encouraged to spend 30 minutes reading at school and 30 minutes at home to increase reading stamina and comprehension. Students track the amount of reading they complete on log sheets that are signed by parents and are reviewed daily by their teacher. Special prizes and school-wide celebrations are given throughout the year to commemorate the students' reading achievements.
Icahn7's Second Graders are learning how to swim through the Asphalt Green Waterproofing Program.
Superintendent: Jeffrey Litt
Deputy Superintendent: Edward Tom
Deputy Superintendent: Richard Santiago
Principal: Naudia Bethany
Assistant Principal: Dawn Starks
Staff Developer Elementary School: Nicole Duhaney-Alcock
Staff Developer Middle School : Kristine Pappas