Advisory Notes: March 25th, 2020
(All Students) Message from the BHSECQ Library: Greetings Fellow BHSECQ Community Members: I hope all is well with you and your loved ones. I write to announce that the BHSECQ community may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to request: interlibrary loans for electronic sources only to schedule an online library session or web tutorial to create a library guide for your class’ research assignments. research assistance We have a number of databases and resources readily available to you. If they do not suffice, please contact me directly and I will work on your request. In the meantime, we can also apply for a Public Library e-card to access eBooks, videos, and databases available through the three public library systems. You will find the following links on the Library’s Google Site useful during this period: Student Resources - lists free eBooks and library card information - still a work in progress! Teacher’s Resources - some open access resources (including the attached Digital Media Design Board) and Free Resources during COVID 19 All the best, Becky ______________________________________________________________________________ (All Students) From Bard DNA: Dear students, We hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy during these times. We have received a few emails regarding how the summer job applications will be submitted. To update everyone, the applications will now be given to us electronically to this email address, email@example.com. The signature of a recommender will no longer be required. Please note that this means more weight will be placed upon the short answer responses when we consider students for the different positions. Once we review applications, we will conduct virtual interviews. Please direct any further questions to this email (email sent 3/24/20 from firstname.lastname@example.org). ____________________________________________________________________ (All Students) In the event you do not have sufficient Internet or an Internet connect device, and you are in need of a hotspot or technology, please complete this Remote Learning Device Request Survey (survey deadline is rolling until completed) or call 718-935-5100 and choose option 5 to request one of these devices. Apple and T-Mobile will ensure that in the coming weeks, up to 300,000 New York City public school students who don’t currently have an internet-connected device will have one for their schoolwork while we are conducting remote learning. This multi-lingual flyer will also help to promote the survey to all members of our school community.