As the warm rays of August begin to give way to the cool breezes of September, it is time for New Yorkers to begin getting ready to go:
(cue the confetti!)
Yes, folks, it is true. Summer is almost over, and it is time for us to start getting ready for another year of classes, books, practices, teachers, and BFFs,
But fret not! Because here at The Morning Bell, we have your school year covered!
First, let us check out what is going on in the month of September, courtesy of the DOE’s official Schools Calendar:
|Monday, September 4||Labor Day
All DOE schools/central offices closed
|Tuesday, September 5||Teachers Report for Work|
|Wednesday, September 6||Chancellor’s Conference Day
Staff development day
|Thursday, September 7||First Day of School
Early dismissal for kindergarten; partial day for pre-k
|Friday, September 8||First Full Day for Kindergarten
Partial day for pre-k
|Wednesday, September 13||Parent-Teacher Conferences
|Thurs., September 21 – Fri., September 22||Rosh Hashanah
All schools closed; central offices open
|Tuesday, September 26||Parent-Teacher Conferences
|Thursday, September 28||Parent-Teacher Conferences
Just a quick note about this month’s schedule:
- Parent-Teacher Conferences:
- Please be advised that only certain schools are contractually required to host parent-teacher conferences in September. To find out whether a particular school is hosting parent-teacher conferences in September, please contact that school’s parent coordinator for more information.
We hope everyone has a great first month back in school!
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