AMT Mission Statement

We provide students with a rich education through the lens of the healthcare professions. We fulfill the need for quality clinicians, nurses, and doctors. Students gain the skills necessary to become members of a healthcare team. We stress a hands-on approach to the sciences and STEM education. Our Medical Scholars program is in partnership with Plaza College where students receive free college credits. Additionally, our clinical internship program through St. John’s Hospital provides real-world career experiences for students in a healthcare setting. Here at AMT, we help all students learn, grow, and become our future.

Important Dates

  • Memorial Day - School Closed

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  • Regents Exam

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  • HS Credit Recovery

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  • Senior Prom

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  • Chancellor's Conference Day - School Closed

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  • HS Credit Recovery

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  • School Leadership Team Meeting

    Contact Parent Coordinator Kim Perez for more details. 

    kperez11@schools.nyc.gov

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  • Regents Exams

    for HS students and select 8th grade students only.  HS students not scheduled for exams do not report

    regular school day for MS

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  • HS Credit Recovery

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  • Juneteenth - School Closed

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  • Regents Exams

    for HS students and select 8th grade students only.  HS studetns not scheduled for exams do not report

    regular school day for MS

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  • MS Graduation Ceremony

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  • HS Graduation Ceremony

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  • Last Day of School

    All Students

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Announcements

  • Middle School Cell Phone Policy

    Due to the severe increase in cell phone related occurrences in middle school, we have made the following changes to our cellular device policy as it relates to our middle school students (grades 6-8) effective November 17, 2021.

    • cellular devices will be collected from all middle school students upon entering the building
    • cellular devices will be held securely for the duration of the school day.
    • cellular devices will be returned to students prior to dismissal.
    • It is the responsibility of the student to turn in their devices prior to passing through security scanning.
    • If a student fails to submit a cellular device and a cellular device is found in a student’s possession during the school day, the following actions will be taken:
      • First occurrence: device is confiscated, parent/guardian is called, in-school disciplinary action, device is returned to student at the end of the day.
      • Second occurrence or more: device is confiscated, parent/guardian is called, in-school disciplinary action, device will only be returned to parent/guardian.

    We understand that at times you will need to contact your child in an emergency or to convey information. Parents in need of contacting their child during the school day should call the school at (718) 471-3571 and enter “0” at the menu to reach the main office. We will make sure that you get in contact with your child.

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  • Building Entrance Procedures

    In order to maintain a safe school environment, it is important that all individuals follow the school building entrance procedures as illustrated below.   Face coverings are required for all individuals entering the school building regradless of their vaccination status.

    Students

    • Enter the building through the entrance on Bay 25th and Ocean Crest Boulevard from 7:00 am to 9:00am
    • Students arriving to school after 9:00 am should enter through the main entrance
    • Upon entering the school building all students must complete the NYC DOE health screener and take their temperature.
      • The NYC DOE health screener may be completed online at home (recommended) or upon entering the school building. Paper health screening forms are available if the online form is not accessible.  
      • Completed NYC DOE health screeners will be shown to school staff upon entering the building.
      • If, when taken at home, the NYC DOE health screener displays a “not cleared to enter the building” message, please keep your child home for the day and follow the guidance on the screener.
      • If a student fails a health screening at school or shows symptoms of COVID-19, the student will be assessed by the nurse on site. If it is confirmed that the student is showing symptoms of COVID-19, the guardian of the student must be immediately contacted and advised to pick up the child.
    • Cleared students will proceed to the security scanning station and follow the direction of the school safety personnel.
    • At this time, all electronic devices are to be turned off and secured in the students’ book bag.

    Parents/Visitors

    • All parents or visitors enter the school building at the main entrance located on Bay 25th
    • All visitors must present a valid photo identification or will be denied access to the school building.
    • Upon entering the school building all visitors must complete the NYC DOE health screener and take their temperature.
      • The NYC DOE health screener may be completed online (recommended) upon entering the school building. Paper health screening forms are available if the online form is not accessible.  
      • Completed NYC DOE health screeners will be shown to school staff upon entering the building.
      • Visitors who receive a “not cleared to enter the building” message will be denied access. Please follow the guidance on the health screener.
    • Cleared visitors will proceed to the security scanning station and follow the directions of the school safety personnel and proceed to the location instructed by school safety personnel or school staff.

     

    NYC DOE Health Screener Link

     

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  • PSAL Vaccination Requirements

    PSAL Vaccination Requirements

    As directed by the Mayor, in alignment with CDC guidance, all student athletes and coaches participating in high-risk sports activities must be vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to their first scheduled game of the season.  These sports include football, volleyball and basketball.  

    • Athletes under the age of 18 can only receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine.
    • Athletes 18 or older can receivePfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson Vaccines.
    • NYC COVID-19 vaccination finder :  https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/
      • You can call 877-VAX-4-NYC (877-829-4692) for help making an appointment at a City-run vaccination site.
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  • COVID-19 Random Testing Consent Forms

    The NYC Department of Education in conjunction the with NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene conducts weekly COVID-19 random testing at the school for both students and staff.  Students who selected in-person learning are required to have a consent form on file in order to participate in-person at the school.  Families may submit the COVID-19 random testing consent form electronically using their NYCSA or submitting a paper form.  Paper forms may be obtained and submitted at school between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm Monday through Friday.  If you prefer, you may download and print out the forms for submisison. 

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  • Pupilpath

    Pupilpath is a parent and student portal and mobile application that allows parents, teachers, and students to have instant access to student information on the go, including:

      • Up-to-date classroom progress
      • Attendance live as it is taken
      • Grades and status of assignments and exams
      • Assignment due dates and descriptions
      • Student GPA and averages in grading categories
      • Report card grades
      • Student schedules
      • Mail
      • Communication with teachers and staff.

     

    How do I access Pupilpath? 

    When registering using the App you will need:

    1. Your child’s student ID# (OSIS)
    2. Your child’s date of birth 

    When registering using the web portal you will need:

    1. Your child’s student ID# (OSIS)
    2. Your child’s date of birth  
    3. Registration code (any staff member can provide you with the registration codeImportant:  Make sure your choose parent in when registering.  Parents and students have different accounts.
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  • New York City Schools Account (NYCSA)

    The NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is an app that lets you see your student’s grades, attendance, fitness results, schedule, and more from anywhere and in all DOE languages: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu. 

    During this period of remote learning, The NYC Schools Account will be the primary source for your child’s report cards and school schedules.  If you haven’t already registered, please follow the link to register your account.

    NYC Schools Account (NYCSA)

    You will need a specific code to register your NYC Schools Account.  Codes were sent out via mail during the last school year.  If you do not have the code you may contact our parent coordinator, Kim Perez (kperez11@schools.nyc.gov) to get your code to register your account.

    If you have already registered, even at another NYCDOE school, you do not have to register again.

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