Principal Claire Sheehan –email@example.com
Assistant Principal Wesly Pierre-Toussaint - firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Coordinator Anna Lucena - email@example.com
School Secretary Trinidad Diaz - firstname.lastname@example.org
Attendance Coordinator Lisa Watson - email@example.com
Please see the Information page for a list of all staff e-mail addresses.
INTERESTED IN ADMISSIONS? E-mail your transcript and IEP (if applicable) and application to firstname.lastname@example.org. SEATS ARE LIMITED, SO ACT NOW!
If you need your DOE password reset or have issues with a DOE-issued device, email Mr. Reynoso (email@example.com).
You can also visit the DOE's Technical Support for Families page https://www.nycenet.edu/technicalsupportforfamily.
Feel free to contact Ms. Sheehan ( firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance and she will provide you with information or connect you with the appropriate staff member.
If you have not yet created your NYC Schools Account, please do so. If you need your access code, contact the school.
Illness, going home, Vacations: Please note that students may not be released to go home. If your son or daughter becomes ill at school you will be asked to come to the school to get him or her. Yes, even if they are 18 years of age. So, if you feel sick, stay home but if you make it to school plan to stay the whole day.
Some families schedule vacation during the school year. We wish to remind you that helping your child finish high school must be the priority. Vacations that take students out of school are not excusable absences and should be scheduled around the school calendar.
Parent Teacher Association Officers would like to invite everyone to the next PTA meeting! For more information contact the Parent Coordinator (email@example.com)
We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Assistant Principal (IA) Michael Moshos at 646 654 1261 to request assistance.
Storm Procedures For information on procedures on days with city-wide emergency conditions or on major storm days
This information is being shared with you to explain the procedures Cascades High School will follow in the event of a day with city-wide emergency conditions or a major storm. The Chancellor will make an announcement to all public schools in the city on whether to close schools or delay their opening. This announcement is made in consultation with other City officials. All authorized delayed openings will result in the regular starting time being two hours later.
By 6:00 a.m., the decision will be announced on the 311 Information Line, on the Department of Education website Home Page (which can be accessed at (http://schools.nyc.gov/calendar) and on the following radio stations in the city: WINS (1010 AM), WCBS (880 AM), WABC (770 AM) WLIB (1190), WADO (1280 AM), WBLS (107.5 FM), WNYE (91.5 FM), as well as the following television stations: WCBS (Channel 2), WNBC (Channel 4), WNYW (Fox Channel 5), WABC (Channel 7), WPIX (Channel 11), Univision Channel 41, and “NY 1” (Channel 1 on cable television). It may also be posted on the Cascades High School website, at www.Cascadeshs.org.
When there is an authorized city-wide school closing or delayed school opening, the following will be cancelled unless the Chancellor makes an announcement to the contrary: all field trips, tutoring or test preparation at the start or at the end of the regular school day, and all after-school programs.
It is expected that if school is open, students will be in school until their regular dismissal time. If your child takes a yellow school bus, school staff will remain in school with the bused children until buses arrive for dismissal or until your child is picked up. However, if the storm or city-wide emergency conditions worsen, the Chancellor may have to announce an early dismissal. The Chancellor will notify bus services of the earlier dismissal schedule. You should have plans in place with a friend, neighbor, or relative in case your child is released early and you will not be at home to care for him/her. Your child should know of this plan. You should advise your children to inform the teacher if no one is at home at the time of an authorized early dismissal. Please contact the 311 information line and listen to the radio or television stations listed above for information.
Again, contact the 311 Information Line, access the Department of Education website Home Page at http://schools.nyc.gov/calendar, and listen to the radio or television stations listed above for information.