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ECC Day 2022 Survey

Dear Students,

ECC Day 2022 was a hit!

We had many speakers from: University of the District of Columbia, D'Youville College, Mercy College, Molloy College, St. Thomas Aquinas College, College of Staten Island, Queens College, and Daemen College

Please fill out the ECC Day survey linked in this announcement.

-The High School of Sports Management

In-Person Opt-In Period

Dear Families,

We just reopened the building for in-person learning. Families will now have one more opportunity to transition to in-person learning this school year. This means that if your child is currently learning remotely every day, they will be able to opt in to learning in person in the school building at least part of the week for the remainder of the school year.
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PSAL update - March 5, 2021

LEC Community,

NYC DOE athletic community was devastated by the sudden passing of PSAL Executive Director, Donald J. Douglas. Mr. Douglass was at the helm of PSAL since 2004.

As of March 5th, The Office of School Wellness did not indicate who will replace Mr. Douglas.
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LIU Roc Nation Information Session: March 11

Long Island University (Brooklyn) in collaboration with Brooklyn North High Schools presents the new Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment at Long Island University (Brooklyn).
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Update for Families - March 2, 2021

Please read the letter from the Chancellor attached to this email.

In this Update for Families, you will find important information and resources on: 1. Preparing for Parent Teacher Conferences 2. Applying for Pre-K and 3-K for Fall 2021 3. Participating in “Weekend Wellness” activities for families and communities
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Mission Statement

The uniqueness of the High School of Sports Management is our interdisciplinary approach that connects academics with real-life work in sports.
In addition to a full complement of regular prescribed courses that include advanced placement, students take introductory classes in sports media, marketing, journalism, broadcasting, event planning, technology, business and operations.
The learning environment is not limited to a four-wall structure. Rather, it extends to the community, to sport industry facilities, as well as to the classroom.