Parents and guardians, functioning in a collaborative partnership with the school, are a key element in the successful achievement of the goals set forth for all students.
Consistent with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, all parents and IMLCS personnel must complete the following COVID-19 wellness self-check PRIOR to coming to the Imagine Me Campus each day.
We are seeking your consent to test your child for COVID-19 infection. Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health and Wellness Center (BMS) has partnered with laboratories and other providers to test Imagine Me Leadership Charter School students, teachers, and staff members for COVID-19 infection.
We are excited to see our 2nd -7th Grade students return to blended instruction on Monday, April 5, 2021.Click the Return to Blended Learning button to get more information.
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Between March 10, 2021, and March 22, 2021, you can use this survey to switch to blended learning (a mix of in-person days at school and remote-learning days at home) for the Spring Semester. Students who switch to blended learning will begin their new schedule the week of April 5, 2021. This will be your last opportunity to change your child's learning preference for the 2020-2021 school year.
Take-Out Meals for Remote Learning Students. Beginning with the 2020-2021 school year, students or their parents/guardians may pick up meals for students on days they are attending school remotely. Take-Out meals for students will be available on school days only, 9:00AM-12 noon. Take-Out meal locations will be shared soon.
Healthier students are better learners. We want to support your child’s health to make your child more successful inside and outside of school. To help manage your child’s health needs in school, we require you and your child’s health care provider to complete certain forms. Using these forms helps assure that your child gets the care and services they need during the school day.
A healthy school setting gives all students the best chance to learn and grow. Vaccines are very important to this effort. They protect children from getting and spreading diseases that can make them very sick. For this reason, we require children aged 2-months to 18-years-old who are entering or attending child care, public school, or private school be vaccinated against certain diseases.
Parents have the right to apply for exemption from immunization requirements for medical reasons. Medical exemptions must be approved by the NYC Department of Health.