Shoshana Seid, Assistant Principal, Special Education, Programming, and Testing
Contact During School Year
Every student will meet with their Guidance Counselor for a 10 - 15 minutes academic/college and career planning session. At this session, the student and their Guidance Counselor will discuss course options for next year, and the Guidance Counselor will complete inputting all academic requests. Junior meetings will be longer as the programming meeting and the Junior college meeting will occur together.
Students should check their email as appointments are being schedule by each Guidance Counselor. Missed appointments will be rescheduled in the first available spots, which is most likely after a Guidance Counselor has seen all of their students.
Timeline for 2022 - 2023 School Year
March 15, 2022
All teachers were invited to submit course proposals for new courses to be added/modified for next school year. This annual process allows for LaGuardia to offer courses specifically to student interest and teacher expertise.
March 23, 2-22
9th grade students received an overview of the programming process as part of their post-secondary workshop.
April 11, 2022
The 2022-2023 Course Catalog becomes live. The Course Catalog is an online, comprehensive listing of all courses that are accepting student requests for the 2022-2023 School Year.
April 11 - 13, 2022
In arts studio courses, students will review the four year sequence and options for completing their arts studio studies. Where students have a choice, each arts studio will share the process for collecting the information from students about requests/plans for next year’s arts studio classes.
April 25 - 29, 2022
In academic courses, students will review the various options as the next course in the sequence. An example of this would be Algebra I students would learn about Geometry. Another example is Global History & Geography 3 & 4 students would learn about Advanced Placement United States History 1 & 2 and United States History & Government 1 & 2 courses. Students should discuss their academic options with their families, taking into consideration their studio obligations, outside obligations, etc.