About This School
In 2011, Junior High School 218 James P Sinnott had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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All Grades Integrated Algebra Performance
Junior High School 218 James P Sinnott Reviews
this school is horrible, me and both of my brothers went to this school. to much bullying, students dont learn and to much fighting. this school should be shut down
The school was wonderful in the sixties.Now it's a little less rated
Former student of I.S.218 back in 1967-69
Mr Trekaricko was the Music teacher he was a cool cat.
Robert Alexander was the heart throb back then.
And Rhonda williams was the neatess dresser.
Our school yard was our dance hall in those days.
Life in East New York was safe.
I enjoyed my time @ 218 I especially loved the magnet program.
I'm so disappointed with this school. This is my sons first year there and the bullying that goes on there is unbelievable, many teachers see the bullying, kids getting beat in their classrooms and they do absolutely nothing about it,parents are never called and to get them to call the bullys parents is like pulling teeth not a safe school at all hate to say this but this is one of the schools that should be shut down.
I has so much fun in 6th grade.In 7th the s.s teacher is mean she give a lot of essay to do and its hards.
I HAD SO MUCH FUN IN 218. I REMEMBER MY COUNSELOR MR ROBINSON. HE WAS SO MUCH FUN. EVERYBODY LOVED HIM. I HOPE HE IS WELL. THANKYOU FOR ALWAYS TAKING THE TIME TO LISTEN TO ME AND THE GREAT TRIPS YOU WERE THE BEST.
I was just walking pass the school the other day and I thought to my self "wow where did time go, I was just Running through these halls like my mother, father & younger sisters. where I had nothing but good times and fond memories of great teachers & staff members". And I hope that the school never changes.
this school give u great opportunity like thisk one teacher that i will always remender Mrs.Baxter
this school is great but the should give more time for 8th graders to look at high schools