Month: September 2017

Applying for G&T Programs?

Learn more about applying to New York’s Gifted & Talented (G&T) programs for exceptional students in grades K–3

Celebrate National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month

Join NYC schools and Americans across the U.S. as we recognize National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month (Sept 15 – Oct 15)

A Story of Renewal: Pan American International H.S.

Since joining the Renewal Schools Program, Pan American International High School in Queens has improved its attendance and graduation rates while becoming a safe, supportive, and collaborative institution for students and teachers alike.

Cuando padres y niños son compañeros de clase

No dejes de leer el artículo sobre la interesante Iniciativa de Aprendizaje de Inglés en Familia, ¡nuestra primera publicación en español!

Turn Your 7th Grade Students Into UN Diplomats

From now until October 2, City teachers can apply on behalf of their seventh grade classes for the NYC Junior Ambassadors program.

One Day Down, 179 To Go

NYC’s first day of school was a success! Relive the big day by checking out our official recap.

Welcome Back!

Exciting times are ahead for the 2017–18 school year

Now Serving: FREE LUNCH

DOE announces that school lunch will be free for every NYC public school student beginning September 7

When Parents Become Classmates

Through the DOE’s new pilot program, the Family English Initiative, non-English speaking parents can obtain English language instruction alongside their children in grades K–2.

It’s Time to Achieve

The 2017–18 edition of Achieve NYC: A Complete Guide to NYC Public Schools is now available online and at all City public schools beginning on September 7