PARENTS NEEDING HELP SETTING UP PARENT PORTAL OR SCHOOLOGY ACCOUNTS MAY CONTACT THEIR CHILD'S GRADE LEVEL ADMINISTRATOR, GUIDANCE COUNSELOR, OR EMAIL EBRANDJES@BUFFALOSCHOOLS.ORG
Hutch Tech Patrons Association
The Hutch Tech Patrons Association serves as a support to Hutch Tech High School. Our goals are to develop a better understanding between parents, teachers and the community; to assist in the promotion of school activities and publicize the educational program of the school; and to work with the administration and teachers in efforts to improve the educational program. We encourage all parents and teachers from the school to join the Patrons Association, and we welcome your participation. You may contact our parent coordinators by clicking on their names to the left.
If you have immediate concerns, please contact the grade level Assistant Principal for your student:
Grade 9: Mr. Pedro Estrada, email@example.com
Grade 10: Mr. Daniel Zack, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grade 11: Mr. Gregory Stefanone, email@example.com
Grade 12: Mr. Dennis Lesniak, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have questions about college applications, course selection, graduation requirements, or scholarship opportunities, please visit the Guidance tab above and contact your child's Guidance Counselor, assigned alphabetically by the student's last name.
The SBMT (Site Based Management Team) meetings are as follows for the 2020 – 2021 year:
September 15 October 27 November 24 December 15 January 7
February TBA March 9 April 13 May 4 June 8
Parents interested in joining the SBMT should email Elizabeth Brandjes at email@example.com Meetings are held before or after school and the scheduled times are determined collaboratively by the membership.
ATTENTION PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS: WE NEED YOU!!
Please use Schoologyand the Parent Portalto monitor your child's progress in school. At Hutch Tech, it is safe to assume that your child receives homework and a variety of writing and research based labs and project assignments in every class on a regular basis. Be sure to assist them with attendance and time management so that they do not fall behind in school.
Accessing Schoology will give you a clear idea of the assignments, due dates, and materials for each class. Every teacher has a Schoology page.
Accessing the Parent Portal will inform you of your child's ATTENDANCE, GRADES, and any warnings of missing assignments. You can set the portal to notify you on your cell phone if your child has been marked absent or when assignments are scored and grades entered.
Click herefor information on how to set up parent accounts in Schoology and the Parent Portal. Watch this videoto learn how!
Attention all grade 9 and 10 students and parents!!
SUNY at Buffalo (UB) is actively recruiting grade 9 and 10 students for its amazing Upward Bound Program. Please read the letter linked above for more information. Parents can access their child's Guidance Counselor by selecting the Guidance tab above.
What is Upward Bound?
Upward Bound is…
A college preparatory program, which provides year-round academic, cultural, social and residential support services to approximately 110 income-eligible and/or first-generation college bound students. Support services include, but are not limited to:
Academic: academic advisement, instruction and tutoring in: composition and literature, mathematics, sciences, SAT/ACT Prep, and foreign language(s).
Cultural/Social: Theater, dance, music, art, club activities, field trips, excursions, and community service projects.
College Readiness: College visits and tours (in-state and our-of-state); assistance with college admissions, scholarship applications, the financial aid process; college-fee waivers; and participation in the summer residential/commuter program, which is mandatory.
Career Awareness: Career workshops, guest speakers, and student development seminars.
EXTRA BONUS: Participation stipend ($$$) may be given for actively participating students who meet their contacts each month:
9th and 10th grade students must attend Upward Bound at least 8 times per month
11th grade students must attend Upward Bound at least 6 times per month
12th grade students must attend Upward Bound at least 4 times per month
AT NO COST TO PARTICIPATING STUDENTS!!!
You may begin the application process by any of the following:
Learning more about Upward Bound by attending a recruitment presentation.
Make an appointment with Mrs. Gallaher (UBP Recruiter and Counselor) to go over the application and the application process. (contact information below)
Speak with your guidance counselor about Upward Bound and the application process.
Follow, like, and interact with UBP on social media:
Facebook: Upward Bound at SUNY at UB
Completing an application and returning it to UBP Recruiter (Mrs. Gallaher).
Upward Bound Program
Mrs. Caitlin A. Scully-Gallaher
Office for University Preparatory Programs
22 Hayes A Annex
Buffalo, New York 14214-3021
Office Phone: 716-829-3651
Cell Phone: 814-464-3273
This memo explains the BPS directives regarding grading during virtual school. Students with averages below a 65 will receive an Incomplete and be expected to discuss with their teachers what they need to do to finsih the first quarter work. The Incomplete will be changed to a numeric grade at the end of 2nd quarter. Please read this document and refer your questions to Guidance or Adminstrators.
Attention High School parents.The Buffalo Public Schools, in partnership with the University of Buffalo, will provide your student with free individualized virtual tutoring in English, Math, Science and Social Studies now through May 7th. Hours are Monday through Friday, with varied times from 3-6p.m., for up to three hours per week. Please see the tutoring flier in your email or at buffaloschools.org for the UB website link that will inform you on how to sign-up.
The Buffalo Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of an individual's actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, religious practice, national origin, ethnic group, sex (including sexual harassment and sexual violence), gender identity, sexual orientation (the term "sexual orientation" means heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, or asexuality ), political affiliation, age, marital status, military status, veteran status, disability, weight, domestic violence victim status, arrest or conviction record, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by New York state and/or federal non-discrimination laws in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding the District's non-discrimination policies should be directed toHRCompliance@buffaloschools.org or to:
Jamie Warren, Associate Superintendent of Human Resources, Civil Rights Compliance Officer
727 City Hall Buffalo, NY 14202 (716) 816-3579