Family Science Night - May 23rd

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Join us for our Annual Family Science Night on May 23rd!
Come see our winners of the grade-wide Science Fair! Scholars will present their projects to scholars, teachers and parents.

Family Science Night

See Our Science Fair Winners!
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Science Fair Winners

Student Led Conference Night Signup
We are delighted to invite all families to Scholar-Led Conference Night on Wednesday, May 31st. this event is designed to:
  • Build off the first scholar-led conference held earlier this year.
  • Encourage student ownership of their academic performance.
  • Encourage student self-assessment and support building on strengths and weaknesses.
  • Leverage personal relationships with advisors to facilitate academic and social-emotional development.

Scholar-led conferences have been proven to build self-confidence and poise as students speak to their performance and work habits. During the conference, parents will have the opportunity to ask questions, review student work, and gain a deeper insight into who your scholar is as a learner. Parents will NOT have the opportunity to meet with teachers other than their scholar’s advisor during Scholar-Led Conference Night. It will be a wonderful night! Our goal is for 100% of families to hold these important meetings.

For this round of scholar-led conferences, we will use our online scheduling system to schedule 15-minute meetings. Online scheduling will begin on Monday, May 22nd at 6:00 p.m. Parents should read the following directions carefully to sign up for Scholar-Led Conference night:

  • Step 1 – Visit: http://schoolinterviews.ca
  • Step 2 – Enter the event code “hz2de
  • Step 3 – Select your scholar’s advisor (see letter for details or email Ms. Grossman)
  • Step 4 – Select the time you would like to hold your Scholar-Led Conference
  • Step 5 – Confirm the information is correct and click “finished”

The scheduling system will close on Tuesday, May 30th at 12:00 p.m. Please be sure to schedule your scholar-led conference before the system closes. If you do not have access to a computer, you should contact Ms. Grossman at agrossman@motthall2.org or 212-678- 2960 and she can assist you with reserving your session.

General PTA Meeting - Tuesday June 6th at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium
If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact the Mott Hall II PTA at PTA@motthall2.org. We hope to see you there.

Come join us for our Annual Summerfest on June 10th
Summer Fest

Come join on on June 15th and June 16th for to see our School Play.
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Our Mott Hall II Scholars Voted for Student Council!
Casting their Ballot!

Mott Hall IIians Casting Their Ballot!

During this year's election season, Mott Hall IIians had the opportunity to participate in a new voting process that would allow them to demonstrate their commitment to the school community. They first registered to vote by logging onto the Mott Hall II website. With their registration complete, they were given a link to cast their ballot all day Wednesday, February 1st to vote. Here are this year's numbers: Of the 38% of the student body who registered to vote, 71% actually cast a ballot!! Thanks to all who voted!

Mott Hall II Student Led Conferences!
This is a new initiative this year designed to encourage scholars to take ownership over their academic performance. This initiative is separate from traditional parent-teacher conferences. Advisers will reach out to families individually to schedule scholar-led conferences. Most scholars will lead two conferences - one in the fall and one in the spring. Please click here to see letter with more information. 

Important News

Mott Hall II hosted 25 educators from Shenzhen, China
Shenzhen  On Tuesday, April 4th, Mott Hall II hosted 25 educators from Shenzhen, China. The collaboration was coordinated through the College of Mount Saint Vincent. The Chinese educators were excited to learn about Mott Hall II's exceptional instructional practices, and the social-emotional and academic support that makes our school so successful. 

Congratulations to our Spelling Bee Winners!

Congratulations to Leon LeVeau who won our annual Mott Hall II and the District 3 spelling bee!

Congratulations to  Alejandro Tresca, Olivia Caes, Halina De Jong-Lambert, Christian Marlin, Lauren Bailey, Beau Baldwin, Nakia Fofana, Richard Dean, Saira Medunjanin, Frederique Guevara-Prip, Maya Dorer and Dante Biggers for winning their class wide spelling bee!

Join our PTA Meeting on Thursday, December 8th at 6p.m.!
Please join us this Thursday at 6pm in Room 408 for our PTA General Meeting. Ms. Robbins will lead a presentation on community services which will launch at the end of December. A light supper will be served.

Join our PTA Meeting on Thursday, December 8th at 6p.m.!
Please join us this Thursday at 6pm in Room 408 for our PTA General Meeting. Ms. Robbins will lead a presentation on community services which will launch at the end of December. A light supper will be served.

PTA Meeting January 12th at 6:00pm Room 408

PTA Meeting January 12th at 6:00pm Room 4

Our Annual Spelling Bee Will Begin the Week of the 16t

Our Annual Spelling Bee Will Begin the Week of the 16t

Congratulations to our Spelling Be

Mott Hall II has been recognized as a Reward School for the 2nd year in a row!
In celebration of New York State schools that have made the most progress or have the highest achievement in the State with no significant gaps in student achievement, Mott Hall II has earned the recognition as a Reward School for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school years. Mott Hall II has the distinction of leading New York State toward the accomplishment of educational excellence through an increase in student achievement and closing the gap in student performance. Congratulations to our teachers and scholars!

Mott Hall II, one of the most popular middle schools in NYC!
Mott Hall II alum, Olivia DuFord and her mom, Robin Miles are featured in this DNA Info article. Mott Hall II is listed as one of the most popular middle schools in NYC. Read more here.

DNA Info
 Mr. Lowe, Principal of the Week!
Lowe DNA Info   Congratulations to our Principal, Marlon Lowe who has been highlighted as Principal of the Week. Read more about our "Energetic Young Principal" here

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Study Hall

Sign up if you want to supervise study hall from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.  by clicking here. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Grossman
Career and College 

Share your love of your career with our scholars! Please attend our 12th annual Career and College Fair on Tuesday, June 6th from 8:30-10:45am. Please complete the following form to register. 
Career College Fair Form

Honor Roll

Click on the links below to see who has achieved Honor Roll this Second Marking Period.

Upcoming Events


Mott Hall II has an online scholar run newspaper!

Inside the Halls Student Newspaper
View our school's newspaper and read all the amazing articles our scholars have worked so hard on to write each week.

Donation to St. Jude

Thank you to everyone who participated in the St. Jude Math-A-Thon! We are excited to share that Mott Hall II has raised a total of $2,965! Your efforts have truly made a difference in helping St. Jude fight childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases - all without families ever receiving a bill. Great job everyone! 

Our top fundraisers are Ty Young, Luka Rodriguez, and Oliver Auciello!

Breakdown by grade

6th Grade - $1,015
7th Grade - $1,095
8th Grade - $855

Click here for more information

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