Jersey City Campus Parent Teacher Conference Sign Up: Posted On: Monday, March 11, 2019
Parents of Jersey City Campus students,
Please click on the link below to sign up for a conference with up to three of your child’s teachers.
Sign Up Form
Jersey City Campus Report Card Information: Posted On: Monday, March 11, 2019
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.)
60th Annual Jersey Journal-Hudson County Spelling Bee, Feb. 23, 2019 Posted On: Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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 Posted On: Friday, March 1, 2019
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.
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) Posted On: Thursday, February 28, 2019
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.