See the attached flyer for the OPEN HOUSE Dates for AOFE!
CONGRATULATIONS! To the DECA Team: Andrew Armoogan, Joseph Costantino, Isfak Islam, Humyra Hader, Tommy Chen, Iffat Islam, Shannon Raghunandan, Veronica Valerio, Priane Parra, Elvira Rodriguez, and Kelly Toro. On a JOB WELL DONE at the NYS DECA Conference in Rochester from March 4 to 7!
Congrats to Andrew A and Joseph C for Scoring in the Top Ten for Sports and Entertainment Marketing and moving on to the International Competition in May!
Congratulations AOFE for raising $569.00 for the American Cancer Society for the Making Strides for Breast Cancer! Thank you to all who participated in the 5 mile walk on October 20th. See the Bulletin Board across from Room 434 (VE)!
DECA News! Thank you to the parents, students, and staff for the fundraising efforts during Parent Teacher Conference! Your donations helped raise $313.00 to go towards DECA Events! Thank you!
MANAHEL KHAN PROJECT.docx
Fall 2013 Cohort Courses List-2.docx
Attention parents of upcoming juniors and seniors:
If your child is struggling with his English reading and Comprehension and Writing and wants support
*Have her register to the Basic Writing ENG 099 class through the College NOW program.
*You will find the applications and College NOW program at the AOFE website
*Instruct your child to fill out an application and give it out or send it electronically (with signature included) to Mrs Leon by tomorrow by 2:00 o'clock
Dear Parents and Students,
The Student /Parent weekly bulletin will be uploaded every week in our school website. Please review it with your child to keep informed about what is happening at AOFE.
We will continue to provide our students with a paper copy on a weekly basis.
Thank you for all your support.
Check out AOFE Senior Josuel Plasencia at the Virtual Enterprise Benefit.
College Now Fall Pre-Registration Application
See another one of AOFE's Seniors featured on the NAF Website - Michael Ram!
NAF Michael Ram
Check out our Juniors Elvira Rodriguez and Melissa Ruiz participating in the NFTE Business Plan Competition.
NFTE NY Metro
We are pleased to announce that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will be the keynote speaker at the 10th Annual ELL Parent Conference, Creating Pathways to College – Dream, Believe, Succeed! Justice Sotomayor serves on the nation’s highest court as its first Hispanic and third female justice.
Parents and guardians of English Language Learners (ELLs) and former ELLs in New York City public schools are invited to attend this event. Attendees are encouraged to complete the registration form and return it to their parent coordinator no later than May 1.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jacob K. Javits Center – 655 West 34th Street, New York, NY 10001
(11th Avenue between West 34th and 38th Streets)
The conference will feature panels, workshops, and community resources. Translation services, breakfast, and lunch will be available.
Share the flyer/registration form in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish andUrdu. Visit the ELLs website for more information and resources.
This event is presented by the Division of Students with Disabilities and English Language Learners (DSWDELL), the Division of Family and Community Engagement (FACE), the Translation and Interpretation Unit, Learning Leaders and Every Person Influences Children (EPIC).
Thank you for your support,
Division of Family and Community Engagement
REGENTS PREP AND AP PREP4.16.13studentcopy.doc
AOFE "Time For Guidance"
take a look at
IVY Key Overview
Academy of Finance and Enterprise SAT Program Overview.pdf
The Ivy Key Dec SAT Registration Form 2012 - AoFE.pdf
SAT Preparation with The IVY KEY.
The 2012-13 requirements include some changes:
The vaccine against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap) will now be required for students entering grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 born on or after January 1, 1994. The grade 11 requirement is new this year. New entrants to secondary schools (grades 6-12) are no longer required to undergo testing for latent tuberculosis (TB) infection (TST or blood-based test). If a student is tested for TB and has a positive result, they should seek a full-evaluation and treatment, but should not be excluded from attending school.For more information, see this letter. For questions, contact the Bureau of Immunization at 347-396-2433 or firstname.lastname@example.org.