School Leadership Team (SLT)
The NYCDOE provided guidance for schools to choose to waive elections until the fall. PS9 will hold SLT elections before October 31, 2020. Our Nominating Committee will post information and timelines on our school’s website and on Konstella.
Pursuant to NYCDOE Chancellor’s Regulations, every New York City school must have a School Leadership Team (SLT). Each year this team assists in the evaluation and assessment of our school’s educational programs and their effects on student achievement in order to develop a Comprehensive Educational Plan (CEP). They ensure that the school’s budget and resources are aligned to support those educational goals. The SLT serves as a structure for school-based decision making, and helps to insure a collaborative school culture.
2019 to 2020 Members
Our School Leadership Team is comprised of the Principal, a PTO Co-President, four teachers (including the UFT chapter leader) and four family representatives. Elections to the SLT are held in the late spring. Members serve a term of two years.
Principal: Fatimah Ali
Teacher (UFT Chapter Leader): Ms. Chong
Teacher Members: Ms. Gibbs, Ms. Shaw-Murphy, Ms. Soso
PTO Co-President: Raul Rothblatt (Parent to a graduate and a student in Grade 3)
Parent (2018-2020) & Chairperson: Jesse Hendrich (Parent to a graduate and a student in Grade 3)
Parent Members (2019-21): Ellen Bolotin (Parent to students in Grades 1 and 4), Laura Caito (Parent to students in Kindergarten and Grade 1), Krystal Linton (Parent to a graduate and a student in Grade 4)
2019 to 2020 Meeting Schedule
Meetings take place at the school, generally on the third Tuesday of each month. All members of the PS9 community are welcome to attend and observe SLT meetings. Only SLT members and guests included on the agenda may participate in conversation during meetings. The team’s decisions are consensus-based.
Do you have a matter you would like to include on an SLT agenda?
Please contact one of your constituent members (the Principal, a teacher or a parent) to discuss the subject and whether they can add it to a future agenda – preferably at least two weeks in advance of a scheduled meeting.