Results from the School District’s recent Feedback Survey for Fall 2020 Re-opening are now available here.

Have a new thought or idea about the upcoming school year that you haven’t yet shared? Go to philasd.org/2020schoolstart, click on Feedback Form and share them with us there!

Important Dates:

The School District — including all offices and summer school programs — will be closed on Friday, July 3.

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One Team, One Planet

Welcome George W. Nebinger Families!!!

Nebinger provides students with an outstanding education in a warm, safe, and creative environment.  The Nebinger Staff looks forward to a very positive and productive year.  We extend a special, yearlong invitation to our families to join us at school activities and events whenever possible.  We want – WE NEED – and we value your involvement and support in your child’s education!  Your active participation is key to our success.

– Principal Natalie Catin-St. Louis

Nebinger News! 

Know a family that is still in need of a Chromebook? They can now be picked up at the Education Center, located on the 1st floor in the lobby of the school district building. The office is open 9am-1pm; M.W,F. Families can also call 215.400.4444 for more support. That phone number can be used for technical support. Email is also an option: FamilyTechSupport@philasd.org;  Click HERE for more information.

When is Teaching Happening Online? Click HERE for Nebinger’s Virtual Schedule.
Click HERE for Nebinger’s Specials Schedule. 

The best way to view the schedule is to look at it daily. Highlight or star the classes your child will be part of for the entire day; this will help with creating a daily schedule.

What’s Going on with Grading?

The District is shifting from four terms to three. The third term will remain open through the end of the school year. Term three grades are due on June 4th. The final grade will be an average of term one, two, and three. Term three grades can only improve the student’s overall average as of March 13th.

  1. A student who was passing at the end of the first semester cannot fail due to their Term 3 grade. However, a student who was already failing at the end of first semester can still earn a failing grade if they do not improve their term 3 grade.  Reports will be created which will allow principals to monitor this.
  2. In grades 1 and 2, students must pass reading and math.  In grades 3 through 7, students must pass reading, math, and science.  In grade 8, students must pass reading, math, science, and social studies.
  3. Due to school closure, retention in grades 1-8 is permitted, only if the parent or guardian, the teacher, the principal, and the assistant superintendent agree that retention is in the best interest of the child.

 

Have More Questions? Reach out to Principal St. Louis HERE.