¿Qué significa para ti la “diversidad”?

Confirma tu asistencia a una de nuestras restantes Asambleas Públicas del Grupo Asesor de Diversidad en las Escuelas, entre hoy y el 21 de junio. Al participar en esta importante conversación, ayudarás a que nuestras escuelas sean más inclusivas para todos los estudiantes.

Ready for Round 2?

Participated in NYC’s 2018 High School Admissions process? Get your Round 1 Results Letter today, and accept your offer or submit a Round 2 application by 3/26!

Taking a Turn for the Nurse

In celebration of Career Exploration Month, we visited the World Academy for Total Community Health H.S. (WATCH) to check out the school’s Certified Nursing Assistant Program.

Discovering Herstory

March is Women’s History Month. Join NYC’s public schools and celebrate “herstory” all year long with our list of books and websites for students of all ages!

Linking NYC to Black History

This past February, LinkNYC kiosks across the City featured artwork created by East Harlem students in celebration of Black History Month. Learn more about the collaboration that made this opportunity possible, and check out our students’ work!

Weather Advisory: All NYC Public Schools Will Be Open on March 7

City schools will be in session, and afterschool programs will continue as planned. PSAL events, Parent Teacher Conferences, and field trips that use yellow bus service will be cancelled and rescheduled. Evening adult education and YABC programs will be cancelled.

Take a Stand for School Wellness

From now until Monday, March 19, 2018, NYC students in grades K–12 can participate in the DOE’s ninth annual School Wellness Campaign Contest!

Mayor Bill de Blasio Appoints Richard Carranza to Lead NYC’s Public Schools

NYC’s newest Chancellor has a proven record of narrowing achievement gaps, improving struggling schools, and championing English language learners.