Principal Marcy Glattstein Retiring

Dear Icahn 3 Family: 

Principal Marcy Glattstein has announced her retirement effective July 31, 2022. Please join me in congratulating Mrs. Glattstein on an impressive career leading Icahn 3 from being one of the most challenging Icahn schools to its current position as a National Blue-Ribbon school. Her ability to turnaround Icahn 3 was inspiring and will remain a crucial part of her legacy here at Icahn. On behalf of the entire Icahn Charter School community and the Icahn Board of Trustees, we offer Mrs. Glattstein, a heartfelt THANK YOU! 

It is my privilege and honor to introduce the Icahn 3 community to your NEW Principal Kaitlyn O’Connor. Throughout Kaitlyn’s 13 years with Icahn, she has committed herself to actively supporting the success of our children by providing them with a meaningful, equitable, and rigorous learning experience to ensure all students graduate Icahn prepared for success in school and in life. After six valuable years as a founding teacher at Icahn Charter School 4, Kaitlyn transitioned to the Network Office as an Instructional Specialist, supporting and nurturing the development of teachers throughout our seven schools. After two years, Kaitlyn was promoted to the position of Director of Curriculum and Instruction where she ensured the highest levels of instruction were implemented in service to our students. She helped to develop and implement our robust curriculum and provided direct school support through teacher development and leader training. As a colleague, coach, and collaborative leader, Kaitlyn understands that family partnership is key to each Icahn students’ success. She is thrilled to continue her tenure at Icahn Charter Schools in this new position as Icahn 3’s educational leader and looks forward to the collaborative efforts you will all embark upon together. 


Please join me in extending a warm welcome to Ms. O’Connor the NEW Principal of Icahn 3, effective August 1, 2022. 



In unity, 

Edward Tom 

Superintendent, Icahn Charter Schools Network

School Supply List for 2022-2023

Click here to view the supplies your child needs for September!  Students should bring in supplies, labeled with their name, on the first day of school, September 13, 2021.  A reminder that students should also bring in their completed Summer Bridge packets on the first day of school. 

Updated Covid Protocols as of March 10, 2022

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

I am pleased to confirm that we can ease some COVID-19 protocols at Icahn Charter School 3. This is a huge achievement and a milestone in the battle against COVID-19.  Here is what’s changing effective immediately, 

March 10, and what will remain the same:  


Face Coverings 

NEW: Effective March 7, face coverings will become optional, indoors and outdoors, at ALL Icahn school grounds and on school buses, for all K-8 students and staff with a few exceptionsPlease note that while wearing a face covering will no longer be required, anyone who chooses to wear a mask may continue to do so.

Social Distancing 

NEW: There are no requirements for social distancing in public spaces, including classrooms, cafeterias, and auditoriums, unless the person is returning from isolation. As per NYS guidance, those that are required to still wear face coverings due to returning from isolation should distance when they must remove their mask for eating. 

Frontline Health Screening and Temperature Checks

NEW: Will no longer be requirement for the Pelham Campus.

Visitor Policy 

NEW: A face covering is now optional for visitors.  

REMAINS:  All visitors wishing to enter DOE school buildings MUST continue to show proof of having at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination, show identification, and complete a health screening form.  

Desk Dividers

NEW: Will no longer be required.

Student Vaccine Requirements 

REMAINS:  High-risk extracurricular activities will still require participants to be fully vaccinated. High-risk sports include football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, lacrosse (boys), stunt, and rugby. High-risk extra-curricular activities include chorus, musical theater, dance/dance team, band/orchestra, marching band, and cheerleading/step teams/flag team. 

Thank you for your continued support.



Ms. Glattstein


Lunch Form

Parents! Fill out a lunch form at MySchoolApps is the fast and secure way to apply for free and reduced meals online. Every family must sign up to ensure funding for our school. 

Free Internet Access

For any student families without internet access, it is now available through Comcast for free for the duration of the pandemic. Click here to learn more about it! 

Google Classrooms

 Click the link for a guide to using google classrooms with your child.

Meal Delivery

The City of New York is providing assistance to New Yorkers during the COVID-19 crisis by delivering meals to those who cannot access food themselves. 
This website and assistance is intended for individuals and families who meet the following criteria as a result of the COVID-19 emergency.
  • No members of the household can go out and get food
  • No neighbors or family members can go out and get food for the individual/family
  • Do not receive meal assistance from other providers (incl. Meals on Wheels or God's Love We Deliver)
  • Are unable to afford meal delivery or grocery delivery

Free Meals

For information on the nearest location for your child to pick up breakfast, lunch and dinner please go to this link:

You will be asked your address and other questions to give you the nearest city school.