Informal gatherings for parents to come chat with the Assistant Principal! October 24th, November 28th, December 19th and January 16th from 8:30am-9:30am.
HS495 (04M495) - Park East High School
Park East High School
Students Support Services
Park East goes beyond providing mandated services to students by proving all students with IEPs a resource period programmed into their schedules two to five times per week.
Park East offers ICT classes in ALL core subjects at EVERY grade level in order to best serve all of our students.
Park East offers all students teacher office hours twice per week before school starts to provide extra support.
Park East offers academic intervention services for ninth graders which promotes our 97% passing rate for the Integrated Algebra Regents.
Park East has two guidance counselors, one social worker, one psychologist, one ELL teacher and one speech teacher for a population of 432 students, 60 of whom have IEPs.
Students who are mandated to receive Speech have it programmed into their schedules.
In compliance with the new DOE Flex programming, there is a team to individually program each child with an IEP consisting of a guidance counselor, a grade level coordinator, the programming chair and the special education department chair.
In the spirit of total inclusion, students with IEPs at Park East do not all travel together as one group.
ICT classes are programmed first to ensure a thoughtful and beneficial blend for all students in each class.
Park East conducts a weekly Special Education team meeting consisting of the speech teacher, the special education teachers, an assistant principal and a guidance counselor.
Park East has a comprehensive PSAL sports program which supports the model of total inclusion and helps motivate students to attend classes and stay on track.
Twice yearly, Park East holds a family night for all families of Special Education students to provide support and address concerns.
Park East’s English Language Learner students have strong results on the NYSESLAT Exam and continue to receive support until graduation.