Month: October 2017

Hablamos español… y muchos idiomas más

Gracias a las recientes inversiones en servicios de acceso lingüístico, el Departamento de Educación (DOE) permite que un número récord de familias pueda acceder a información importante sobre las escuelas de sus hijos.

Gobbling the Month Away

The Month Ahead (November 2017) – Highlights include Election Day, Parent Teacher Conferences, and Thanksgiving recess

The Time is Ripe

Show your appreciation for your favorite teachers by submitting your nominees for the City’s sixth annual Big Apple Awards by Monday, November 27!

Speaking Your Language

Thanks to recent investments in language access services, the DOE is providing record numbers of families with access to critical information about their children’s schools.

When Meatless is More

Starting spring 2018, 15 Brooklyn schools will offer all-vegetarian breakfast and lunch menus on Mondays as part of the City’s new Meatless Mondays initiative.

Goodbye, Old Library Fees

NYC libraries announce that all library fines charged to City kids and teens before October 19, 2017, have been cleared.

Time for #NYCGoPurple

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join City students and DOE staff members in the fight against partner violence by wearing purple on October 19!

Find Your Path at the Teach NYC! Conference

Interested in becoming an NYC teacher? Register today for the DOE’s second annual Teach NYC! conference on November 15!

NYC High Schools Celebrate College Application Week (October 16 – 20)

All week long, over 450 City high schools are hosting college-themed events and activities, including college application workshops, financial aid Q&As, alumni panels, college campus visits, and college awareness sessions for families.

Reaching 3-K for “All”

The DOE announces that its ambitious 3-K for All initiative will begin expanding to all five boroughs starting next year.