==> 100% REMOTE LEARNING <==
Your child still has the option of enrolling in 100% remote learning.
To select 100% remote learning, click the link below and fill out the form. https://www.nycenet.edu/surveys/Guardian
==> REMOTE LEARNING DEVICE REQUEST FORM <==
If your child needs a device (iPad) for remote learning, click the link below and fill out the form
==> HOW TO GET HELP WITH YOUR iPAD <==
If you need help setting up or operating your iPad, go to the website https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/learn-at-home/technical-tools-and-support/getting-started-with-your-ipadcall
or call DOE technical support at 718-935-5100
==> FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @hsvd_bx <==
==> HOW TO LOG ONTO YOUR HSVD EMAIL ACCOUNT <==
To log onto your HSVD Email account do the following:
Open a browser
Go to www.google.com
Click on "gmail"
Enter the userID you received from the school
Enter the password you received from the school
==> HOW TO JOIN AN ONLINE GOOGLE MEETING <==
Log into your HSVD Email account (as described above)
Click on the nine dots in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
Select "Meet" from the list of apps displayed in the drop-down box
Click "Join or start a meeting"
Enter the Google meeting code for your meeting (from the schedule below)
Click the "Join now" button
NOTE: If your computer asks you to allow Google Meet to access you camera or your microphone, click yes to allow.
==> NEW BELL SCHEDULE STARTING WEEK OF SEPT 28 <==
1 8:30 AM to 9:17 AM
2 9:17 AM to 10:04 AM
3 10:04 AM to 10:51 AM
4 10:51 AM to 11:38 AM
5 11:38 AM to 12:25 PM
6 12:25 PM to 1:12 PM
7 1:12 PM to 1:59 PM
8 2:00PM to 2:20PM Teacher Office Hours
==> WHEN TO ATTEND CLASS THE WEEK OF SEPT 28 <==
Cohort A Students: Your first day in person is October 5, 2020. Log on Tuesday and Wednesday during your class periods. Contact teachers during office hours or via Email
Cohort Da Students: Log on Tuesday and Wednesday during your class periods. Do your assignments on your own Thursday and Friday. Contact teachers during office hours or via Email.
Together, the cohort group comprised of A and Da will be called the Fordham University Group
Cohort B Students: Report to school on Thursday and Friday -- Your first day in person is October 1, 2020
Cohort Da Students: Log on Thursday and Friday during your class periods. Contact teachers during office hours or via Email.
Together, the cohort group comprised of B and Db will be called the Lehman College Group.
==> HELPFUL TIPS
==> DEVICES FOR IN-PERSON STUDENTS AT SCHOOL
When it's your day to attend in-person, you will need a device while you are in school. MR. STRO WILL LOAN YOU A DEVICE. DO NOT BRING YOUR DEVICE FROM HOME.
When you arrive at school on your in-person day, come to room 501 to sign out a device. Use the schedule below - Mr. Stro will be there. You will return your device at the end of the day.
BRING YOUR OWN HEAD PHONES OR EAR BUDS!
Every morning between 8:15 and 9:00AM, Students will come to room 501 and - keeping six feet apart - receive a laptop and sign it out on a prepared sign out sheet.
Sign out sheets will be where students write: their names, the time they took the device, and the number of the device.
Latecomers will be accommodated until 10:30AM Students arriving after 10:30AM - the beginning of 2nd period - will have to wait until 4th period to get a device.
At the end of the day - Period 8 - students will return devices to room 501 and enter a check in the “returned” column of the devices sheet.
Each device will be inspected by Mr. Stro, sanitized and returned to its cart for charging overnight.
Greetings HSVD Parents, Students, Faculty and Friends! On behalf of the faculty and administrators of HSVD, here is the link to today's fantastic graduation ceremony!!!
Click here to watch the graduation video.
Saludos HSVD Padres, Estudiantes, Facultad y Amigos! En nombre de la facultad y los administradores de HSVD, ¡aquí está el enlace a la fantástica ceremonia de graduación de hoy!
Haga clic aquí para ver. here
The High School for Violin and Dance is a small school that offers every student classes in string orchestra and dance. No prior experience is necessary. Music students study violin, bass, cello or viola. Dance students sample modern, jazz, tap, hip hop and ballet. We are a close-knit community of learners where everyone gets to know everyone else. Teachers know their students, involve their parents and care-givers, and want only the best for everyone in our community.
Preparing students for college or the work place is our primary goal. We accomplish this by getting to know the dreams and aspirations of our students and helping them achieve them. We are more than teachers at High School for Violin and Dance - we are coaches, mentors, leaders and friends. Come for a visit to see the difference.
A healthy mind requires a healthy body. All of our students receive free breakfast and lunch at our school. Our meals are different than at other New York City schools. Our school is piloting a new program called scratch cooking. Scratch cooking means that our kitchen receives fresh ingredients every day and each meal is cooked fresh that day. No other New York City school has this program at this time. The food is healthy, tasty and sets students up for success in the classroom.
1110 Boston Rd.Bronx, NY 10456