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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

The same questions come up frequently.  Check here first... we may have the answer already for you!!

Q: Where do I get my bus tickets?
A :Bus ticket questions are handled by Dr. Goffe, our Vice-Principal.  Her office is room 350. Bus tickets are given out quarterly by the transportation staff.  You will be notified when to pick them up.  If you believe that there is a mistake in your distance, please contract the transportation department at 90 Delaware. *****  Please note: only students living beyond 2.0 miles are eligible for bus tickets*****

Q: Where do I buy my uniform shirts, sweatshirts and jackets?
A: Our school "STEM Shirts" can be purchased in the office of our Vice Principal, Dr. Petretti.  He can be found in room 249-A. All orders must be paid in cash.

Q: What if I am late to school?
A: All students arriving after 8:20 A.M. are to report to the ISS trailers for a pass".

Q: Where can I find my Guidance Counselor?
A: Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Lively and Mr. Funiciello are located in room 104.

Q: I see that JFK-STEM is listed as a "PDS" school.  What does that mean?
A: JFK-STEM is a Professional Development School in the William Paterson University Professional Partnership Network. This partnership provides teachers and students with educational opportunities beyond what our school has to offer.  This partnership also provides us with a Professor-In-Residence, one day per week.  The "PIR" supports teachers and students while at our school.