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Urban Assembly School For Leadership and Empowerment

Alert: Our school's name change has been approved. If you need to search for our school, please search for Urban Assembly School for LEadership and Empowerment or 20K609.

PArents, you can still take the survey for Remote learning Only at DOE Parent Survey



Principal Ms. Jufer and 2 students receiving a grant from the Brooklyn Borough President

Bulletins

If you know someone who is interested in registering at our school for grades 6th, 7th and 8th please have them contact Ms. Jones at AJones@uascriminaljustice.org.

High School Quality Snapshot, 2018-19

Middle School Quality Snapshot, 2018-19

School Uniforms Store


Superintendent Fred Walsh with 2 students during a school bake sale

Upcoming Events

September

  • 9/1-Sixth Grade Orientation- 5:00-6:00

  • 9/1-Ninth Grade Orientation- 6:00-7:00

  • 9/16-9/18-Mandatory On-line Orientation for all grades (Do NOT come to the school building)! Check your uascjstudent email accounts for instructions. Please see the following PowerPoint presentation: UASLE Student Orientation

  • 9/21(A day)-First day of school for ALL students. All students are remote until October 1st.

Seniors at the retreat in Prospect Park

Highlights

Middle School After-School Program

Our school is proud to partner with NIA after-school program. DYCD funded programs are provided FREE of charge. The program meets virtually on regular school days immediately following school dismissal at 3:05 and run until 6:00 p.m.

Please contact Program Director Latoya Ifill at:

(917) 882-1978 (cellphone) or LIfill@uascriminaljustice.org (email).



School Calendar

School Highlights

A class of ninth graders taking picture with author Fatima Farheen MirzaAuthor Fatima Farheen Mirza signing books for a group of ninth gradersTeacher and group of student at Roosevelt Island3 of our school student with a dog at the animal shelterA group of school students at the Brooklyn bridge park

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