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Parent Teacher Conferences

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Jersey City Campus Report Card Information:

Report Cards

In order to ensure you have multiple ways to access your child’s report card, the Jersey City Campus is offering three options for you to keep updated with your child’s grades.  

Option #1 - You can come to the school to pick up the report card.

Option #2 - You can sign into Realtime to view your child's grades. Click here for access to the parent portal on Realtime.

Option #3 - You can sign and return a letter to release the report card to your child. Click here for a copy of the letter. (Please Note - If you choose this option, we will follow up with a call to make sure you received the report card.)

Finding math websites for kids: A Guide for Parents

Math is an important subject for children to learn and understand. There are many online resources for parents who want to help their kids with math, but it can difficult to find the right ones. In this article, we will explore some of the best math websites for kids and how they can help children learn and practice math skills.


Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a free website that offers video tutorials, interactive exercises, and assessments in mathematics. The site covers all topics from basic arithmetic up through college-level calculus. It has a range of age-appropriate content targeted at elementary, middle school, and high school students. The website also offers personalized learning plans that track progress and provide helpful tips along the way. This makes it easy for parents to keep an eye on their child’s progress and adjust their approach as needed.

Math Playground

Math Playground is another great resource for kids who need extra help with math. The website has hundreds of interactive games designed to teach basic mathematical concepts in a fun and engaging way. Kids can play games such as “Climb the Mountain” which helps them practice addition or “Gobble Squares” which teaches multiplication skills in a fun game format. Math playground also offers printable worksheets and videos that explain different topics like fractions or geometry in simple terms.  

 Matific
Matific is one of the most comprehensive math websites for kids out there today. It offers over 1,000 activities covering all areas of mathematics from pre-kindergarten to grade 6 - making it an ideal resource for younger children who are just starting out with math concepts or older children who need additional help with more advanced concepts. Matific includes interactive activities such as games, puzzles, quizzes, videos, and printable worksheets so kids can practice math in multiple ways at their own pace. Matific also offers detailed reports so parents can track their child’s progress over time.


Math websites for middle school sites are great tools for helping kids learn and practice math skills at home without having to rely solely on textbooks or teachers’ guidance during class time. With so many options available online though, it can be hard to know which ones are best suited for your child's needs — but hopefully this guide has given you some ideas about what kind of sites might be most beneficial! Whether you choose Khan Academy, Math Playground or Matific (or any other site), these websites will help your children become more confident in their mathematical abilities while having fun too!

CITY OF SCIENCE: NEW JERSEY, High School Edition | World Science Festival

CITY OF SCIENCE: NEW JERSEY, High School Edition | World Science Festival

60th Annual Jersey Journal-Hudson County Spelling Bee, Feb. 23, 2019

Pedro Gonzalez

60th annual Jersey Journal Hudson County Spelling Bee

Pedro Gonzalez  of  M.E.T.S. Charter School, Jersey City introduces himself at the start of the Spelling Bee. February 23, 2019.

Nicholas Zeitlinger | For The Jersey Journal Feb. 23, 2019

Designing With Data

Chemical Engineering

Students determine the required conditions to brew a “light brew” cup of coffee with conductivity of 300µS.  Measuring conductivity of whole bean and ground coffee samples for 15 minutes after start of brewing.

Civil Engineering

Teams build and test their design and analyze data to quantify the safety of the building model to determine the cost-to-performance ratio of the proposed solution.

Hospital Delivery Vehicle - Mechatronics Engineering

Students are required to build, program, and test their vehicle using appropriate experimentation techniques; and acquire, analyze, and represent data in order to effectively design and implement their system components.

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METS High School Students Start TEOP & CSEOP Program (Spring Semester)

Location: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck NJ

Technical Enrichment and Outreach Program (TEOP)

The program promotes computer science, engineering, mathematics and engineering technology to public high schools with large populations of under-represented minority and/or financially disadvantaged students. It brings upper-level high school students to the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the Metropolitan Campus for 10 Saturdays per semester for technical instruction and hands-on laboratory work under the direction of University faculty, staff and graduate students.

Computing and Security Enrichment Outreach Program (CSEOP) 

CSEOP will introduce cybersecurity to aspiring college bound students over a ten week long program. CSEOP will emphasize five major area concentrations of particular relevance and interest for budding cybersecurity technologists:  Inside Computers and Networking, Criminal Justice and Cyber Crime, Programming using Alice (Java), Image Processing and Steganography, Cryptography and Cybersecurity. The Program is expected to engage and cultivate student interests in this emerging and important discipline of information technology.


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Notice of Website Compliance with ADA Requirements

The information on this website is intended to be accessible to individuals with disabilities in compliance with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

If you have difficulty accessing information on our website due to a disability, contact Ms. Green, Director of Operations, at mgreen@www.metscharterschool.org or (201) 526-8500 ext. 701.  Please provide the URL (web address) of the material you are trying to access, the problem you experienced and your contact information.  Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number so that we may contact you to provide the information in another format.  

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Information regarding how to file a grievance under Section 504 and the ADA can be found at https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto.html.

 


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