Welcome Home!

My Name is Noemi Elise Rodriguez; I am your Parent Coordinator here at Aviation Career and Technical Education High School.

I am excited to be on this journey with you and working together so that you can be your child’s best partner in reaching all your goals to succeed in their High School career.

As the Parent Coordinator, I am your community liaison, my goals are to empower, motivate and assist parents; and to create events and programming that adhere to our curriculum and lend to an overall memorable experience.

I have an open-door policy and I will be more than happy to assist you with any questions that you may have. 

I can be found in The Counseling Suite, Room: 135

By email at nrodriguez56@schools.nyc.gov     or     By Phone: 1-718-361–2032 and press #     or Cell Phone: 1-914-361-5333

I am committed to Aviation High School's vision for you and your child.

Research has shown a direct correlation between parent involvement and higher student achievement.

Please return to this page frequently for updates.

Our school's methods of communication are Pupil Path, Google Classroom, Jumprope, Emails, Parent Surveys, and Personal phone calls.

Please contact me for any information regarding Pupil Path Access and NYC Schools Access codes. 

Safety is our priority when arriving at Aviation High School please see the security desk at the main entrance to receive a pass to the appropriate location.

¡Yo habló Español!

2020-2021 Learning Preference

100% Remote Learning: Opt-in to have your child learn 100% remotely (all online, from home).
To choose this option for your child, fill out and submit this form.
If you are having difficulties completing this form online, call 311.

NYC Rent Relief

NYC has a rent relief program for tenant's, the household income must have been below 80% of the area median income, adjusted for household size

Applicants must have lost income during the period of April 1, 2020, to July 31, 2020.


The income requirement here:

Chancellors Updates and letters

  The Chancellor has released a preliminary return to school plan: Please see his message below:

Messages to Families

July 8, 2020: Return to School 

Dear Families,

I hope you are having a restful summer so far, and staying healthy and safe. I am writing today to share important information about the fall, when school will start up again for the 2020-2021 school year. Please bookmark schools.nyc.gov/returntoschool2020(Open external link), where more information is available, and which will be regularly updated as we get closer to reopening.

Our commitment to health and safety drives everything that we do. It drove the transition to remote learning this past March, when we knew that closing school buildings was essential to flattening the curve of COVID-19 infection across New York City. It was profoundly challenging, but you and your children handled it with unbelievable grace and effort, and school communities came together to make it work in historic fashion.

Now, almost four months later, our commitment to health and safety will drive us into the new school year. We have been through so much together, and as we look ahead to September, we see the big picture: the continuing rise in cases across the country; current guidance from City, State, and Federal health authorities; and the knowledge that as the trajectory of the virus continues to evolve, the guidance we must follow will also evolve. When it does, we have to be ready, and prepared to adapt. We’ve also received over 400,000 responses from families and students to a survey asking about preferences and concerns for the upcoming year, and your input has been critical in our planning.

Taken together, this picture demands we begin the 2020-21 school year in an unprecedented way—including new health protocols, physical distancing, and more. Make no mistake: New York City students will still be learning 5 days a week. A major difference is that we are preparing to deliver their education through a blended learning model. Blended learning means students will be taught on-site in school for part of the week, and will attend school remotely on the other days of the week.

Any family can also choose all-remote learning, for any reason. But we know that the majority of families want as much in-person instruction as is safely possible, and we will work to maximize it at every turn, consistent with health and safety requirements. We will continue to lead with the lens of equity and excellence, giving your child what they need to excel—and recognizing the ways that will be different from each of their classmates, especially in a time of crisis. We will not look away from the ways this virus has further magnified the effects of systemic racism in our communities. We will continue to explore opportunities to directly correct structural inequities—like closing the digital divide.

Our plans must be nimble so we can adjust and update as needed, as the public health landscape continues to evolve. We are also awaiting guidance from the State of New York, and we will be closely coordinating with them once it is released. All of the most up-to-date information will be available at Return to School 2020. Please remember that this guidance may change as public health conditions evolve.

In closing, I want to say that I’m excited, and I’m anxious—just like you. I know that blending in-person and remote learning feels like an improvement over the all-remote experience of the last three months, but still comes with many questions and concerns. We will work with you every step of the way to answer questions around sibling scheduling, transportation, what happens if there’s a confirmed case in a school, and more. I’m committed to doing everything I can to make this easy for you—and I will not compromise on health and safety.

I always say that New York City has the best students, families, and staff in the world—and that nothing will ever change that. A safe return to schools in the fall, and the broader safety of our whole city, will require we consistently work together as partners—DOE staff, families, and students. Together we can ensure that the 1.1 million students—your children—in the NYC public school system get the education they deserve in the safest, most supportive environments possible.


Students Working Permit Process

Fill out the New York State application (Part 1 with Parent/Guardian signature) only.   http://www.p12.nysed.gov/sss/documents/AT17-0320Fillable.pdf 

Required Supporting Documents : 

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Face-to-Face Letters and Guidance for Sharing Records with Families 

During this time, when schools are not physically in session, the Human Resources Administration (HRA) will no longer require or ask for “face-to-face” letters as evidence of family composition letters from families who are applying for Cash Assistance (CA) or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).  

State Education Department Announces 2020 Summer Food Service Program

State Education Department Announces 2020 Summer Food Service Program

Program Available to New York Children at More Than 3,000 Sites Statewide

Summer Food Service Program Serves 400,000 Free Meals Daily

Please visit the link below for locations


Counseling Team June Newsletter


Please take a moment to review the Newsletter that the Counseling team made to help support you in the month of June. 

 newletter June 2020.pdf 

Update to Grading Policy


 Please see the Chancellor's Letter on the new grading policy for remote learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year below

 Update for Families-Grading Policy_April 28 2020.pdf 

The Counseling Remote Learning Newsletter


Our School Counseling Team put together a newsletter for Students, and their families to help in supporting you at this time. 

Please check out the Newsletter and the helpful resources  at the following link Newsletter 4 3 2020.pdf 

We want all of you who are part of our Aviation High School Family to know that everyone on the counseling team is here to support you. 

Corona Virus Updates

The health and safety of our students and staff members continue to be our highest priority, and we will follow all guidelines. 

The most recent DOE’s coronavirus updates 

Department of Healths coronavirus page for NYC schools and families; and a

General fact sheet on COVID-19, available in multiple languages at nyc.gov/coronavirus under “Additional Resources.”

Remember to: 

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or sleeve

  • Wash your hands regularly

  • Avoid touching your face

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick

  • Get your flu shot – it’s never too late

  • Stay home if you’re feeling sick.  Call your doctor and let them know your symptoms, travel history, and if you’ve had contact with people who are sick.

Letters to families from the DOE are available in ten languages at this website, including ChineseBengali and Korean.

Students who need a learning device


DOE is lending out iPads to Students that still need electronic devices, they should their request in this DOE survey.

Families can also call 718-935-5100 and select option 5 to complete the survey over the phone. 

FREE or Reduced Internet


AlticeUSA- is providing free internet service for all students for 60 days. Please call 866-200-9522 to enroll.

Comcast - Comcast is offering an internet essentials package for free. To sign up for a free internet essentials package for 60 days, applicants can simply visit http://www.internetessentials.com. The accessible website also includes the option to video chat with customer service agents in American Sign Language. There are also two dedicated phone numbers 1-855-846-8376 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish.

Spectrum - Spectrum is offering free internet access for students. Beginning March 16, Spectrum is offering free internet for 60 days to households with K-12 or college students who don’t already have a Spectrum subscription. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395.

Charter - Charter is offering free internet for 2 months. 1 (877) 906-9121

Verizon - Verizon does not have special offers, but is following the FCC agreement.

Sprint - Sprint is following the FCC agreement, providing unlimited data to existing customers, and, starting Tuesday, 3/17/2020, will allow all handsets to enable hot spots for 60 days at no extra charge.

T-Mobile - T-Mobile is following the FCC agreement, plus unlimited data to existing customers, and, coming soon, will allow all handsets to enable hot-spots for 60 days at no extra charge.

Issue 1 | Newsletter - Fall 2019

Issue 2 | Newsletter - Winter 2020



Each year, all families, teachers, and students in grades 6-12 take the NYC School Survey to share feedback about their schools. Survey feedback can help improve our schools’ learning environment. You can take this year’s survey anytime until June 26, 2020. We cannot track who fills out surveys as it is completely confidential, thus messages and reminders will continue throughout the survey period. We thank you for acting early! Please feel free to disregard reminders after you respond to your survey.

How does your feedback help our school?

  • Your feedback helps us understand what you think our school does well and how you think we can improve.

  • Survey results allow us to reflect on how well we are achieving our school’s goals and mission.

  • School leaders use feedback from the survey to reflect and make improvements to schools and programs. Survey results are also used to help measure school quality.

  • The 2019 NYC School Survey results are available in the School Quality Guide under the "NYC School Survey Results and Quality Review" tab.

Here’s more helpful information:

What should parents/guardians do if they have more than one child in this school?

  • Parents/guardians should complete one survey per school. If a parent/guardian has more than one child in the same school, the parent/guardian should fill out only one survey based on the experience of the oldest child in that school. If a parent/guardian has children enrolled in multiple schools, the parent/guardian should fill out one separate survey for each school.

Is the online survey translated?

Yes. The online survey for parents/guardians and students is provided in English as well as nine additional languages offered by the NYCDOE: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Urdu. The online survey is available at NYCSchoolSurvey.org.

NYPL has FREE online tutoring & FREE books do download!!!

New York Public Library FREE Online Tutoring and Homework help!

Free Online Tutoring for Students  - Through the New York Public Library, students can receive one-on-one free online homework help from one-on-one tutors, daily from 2–11 PM.  Tutors are available in English and Spanish, from early elementary through high school grades, in core subject areas. Video content and other resources are also available 24 hours a day.  Families will need a New York Library card to access this service and can apply for a card here. 

The New York Public Library has an app that allows anyone with a library card (and an iOS or Android phone) to "borrow" any of the 300,000 e-books in the collection. It's called SimplyE and will allow you to read books on your phone, but beware, there might be a wait list for some popular titles, including the Game of Thrones series. (Check out the Harry Potter books, quick!) 

To gain access, NYPL's free e-reader app, SimplyE, can be downloaded for iPhone or Android.

There is a limit of three books that you can borrow because there has been a surge in the app's usage now that we're all at home, according to the library.

You can also search the library's collection of 800,000 digitized items, including historic prints, photographs, maps, and manuscripts, and check out Mango Languages and Career Cruising with your New York City library card.

Languages and Career Cruising with your New York City library card.


SPARK is an additional counseling service/support program where you find a place to communicate in a warm, friendly, and confidential atmosphere.

We're here for you every day.  

"Confidentiality is honored and respected!"

To Speak to Mr. Jim Foran 

Students can email him at  JFORAN@SCHOOLS.NYC.GOV  or shoot him a call at PHONE 860-419-5501

Parents' Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

Have you had a change?


Changes of address/phone -- Please Contact Ms. Scarano our Guidance Secretary. Parents and/or guardians that wish to update name(s), addresses, phone numbers, etc., or wish to delete or add parents/ guardians or contacts should contact Ms. Scarano, at jscaran@schools.nyc.gov.

Please include your child's full name, and  OSIS ID number in the email, along with the information you'd like added or changed.


Student Daily Bell Schedule


Student Common Planning Schedule


Aviation HS- Student Coat Policy