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Advisory Notes: April 15th, 2020

(All Students) Dear Y2s, Myself (Crystal S.) and the CTOs are working to ensure that you have access to updated college news amid COVID-19 closures. If you haven't already done so, please accept the invitation to join the Y2 CTO Google Classroom to receive up-to-date information. Class code:ecch63z. Our Google Classroom will also host discussions on how you want to honor your final months as a BHSEC 2020 student. Please sign up soon to participate.                                                             Don't forget!         **************Update those Naviance accounts with final decisions************** ____________________________________________________________________ (All Students) Hello BHSECQ students,  While we are under these new and unforeseen circumstances, a good way to pass your time could be by writing! Immigrant Voices will continue to post submissions under this current situation so we want to hear from you! How has quarantine affected you as an immigrant or as an undocumented person? How have you and your family adapted? Do you think the government has done an efficient job looking out for undocumented people's wellbeing during this pandemic? These are just some questions you can base your submission around. Your voice matters so we encourage you to use it! The link to the magazine is https://immigrantvoicesmag.weebly.com/ We post submissions every Sunday. Warmly,  Dream Team. (10 th grade and Y1) The Lab for Teen Thinkers is a free year-long public humanities program for rising juniors and seniors presented by Bard Graduate Center. The summer intensive offers teens the unique opportunity to study with a variety of scholars, curators, and PhD students working in the intersections of material culture, decorative arts, and design history. Teens learn about career pathways in museum education, library sciences, archaeology, conservation and curatorial studies. The summer intensive culminates with teens conducting research projects and sharing their ideas with community audiences. Upon successful completion of the summer program, teens receive a generous stipend and move into phase 2 of the program. The 2020 summer intensive will take place online. Teens will research objects and artifacts related to Seneca Village, a 19th century community of predominantly African-Americans, many of whom owned property, in what is now Central Park. Interested in applying? Join us for an online info session! April 17 from 5-6pm Online Info Session via Zoom Meeting ID: 837 293 704 Password: 648102 The Lab For Teen Thinkers Summer 2020 Program Dates Are: July 6–August 6, 2020 Mondays–Thursdays / Morning and Afternoon Sessions Where: Online! Application Deadline: April 19, 2020 Acceptance Notification: May 4, 2020

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