All American Boys, by Brendan Kiely and Jason Reynolds, the story of a young African-American man who finds himself at the center of a social movement arising from the very real issues of racial bias and violence that plague American society.
The One Book, One Amity program is an all-out, community-wide effort to create a shared experience and promote literacy.
All staff, faculty, and students in grades 9-12 will receive a free copy of the book chosen, (one per family).
Special events will be held around the year at Amity built around the themes in the book.
The 33rd Annual Patricia E. Martin Library Art Award was held on May 16th.
Congratulations to the winner, Elaina Ferraro, for her digital print on paper titled "Women's Rights, Madonna". Elaina will receive a cash award from the Amity PTSO, and the artwork will be displayed.
Seniors Back up Google Amityschools.org Docs
Seniors: you will need to back up any documents that you want to keep from your Google amityschools.org accounts to a private Google account. See these instructions.
Is there something you need and can't find? Make your request here!
Code.org's online platform offers students short tutorials, using fun drag-and-drop tools, to learn the basic concepts of computer science.
Teachers can track student progress and access lesson plans online. Create activities like Minecraft, Star Wars, Anna and Elsa, or follow tutorials from tech partners like Khan Academy, Tynker, Thinkersmith, Lightbot, and CodeCombat.
You don't have to create an account or sign in to do a tutorial, but if you do, you can track your progress.