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Click HERE for the 8th Grade Supply List





Summer 2015 is in full swing!
 

Please be safe and be smart.  Take some time to enjoy the labors of your hard work but be sure to take in a book or two, or visit the library, perhaps explore a museum. Keep your mind active so that you are ready to get to work in September.  We are looking forward to another academically rewarding school year.



From our SGL family to yours, have a safe summer vacation.



Welcome to the School for Global Leader's website!

Please note:  We are no longer using the URL schoolforgloballeaders.com.  Our new URL is sgl378.org!  Come back often to check out school updates as the year progresses.  If you need to email an SGL dedicated staff member, be sure to use the domain sgl378.org. 
  
Here @ SGL is where staff and students work together to "Learn to Change the World!"

Click here to see NBC Ann Curry's report on the School for Global Leaders!


SGL is a Well-Developed School

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of the School For Global Leaders community, we received a well-developed school score on the Quality Review. The highest ranking for a new middle school!



Tree Stewardship with NYC Restoration Project -- A Million Trees


 We are transforming our school yard by planting 9 trees! More trees means cleaner air!

Around SGL

Summer Reading 2015

There are also a lot of additional things you can do to support your child’s learning this summer.  Here is a list of some ideas:

1.      Visit your local library often.  Most local libraries conduct summer reading programs where children can receive rewards for reading done over the summer.  Join your local library’s summer reading program and make reading part of your summer routine. 

2.     Keep your child writing.  Letter writing to school friends, pen pal programs, and fan letters are all great ideas for getting children writing this summer.  Give your child an address book and a letter writing kit filled with stamps, envelopes, and paper.  He or she can collect addresses of friends to keep in touch with as well as addresses of athletes and movie stars.  Most fan mail addresses can be found online.

3.     In addition to reading aloud to your child on a regular basis, introduce family reading time.  Schedule a half hour in each day for quiet independent reading.  Catch up on your reading while your child uses books of his or her own to practice the reading strategies taught in school this year.  



IPW Highlights 2014




SGL Legacy 2014




IPW Highlights 2013


IPW Highlights 2012




Today, 8/28/2015
High: 82 Low: 68
Mostly sunny
3% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 8/29/2015
High: 85 Low: 70
Partly sunny
6% chance of precipitation.