Month: December 2017

Sliding Into 2018

The Month Ahead (January 2018) – Highlights include MLK Jr. Day, NYS Regents Exams, and the last day to submit applications for Kindergarten Admissions

Happy Holidays

With New York’s public schools closed for Winter Break (Dec. 25 – Jan. 2), we would like to take a moment and wish everyone a wonderful holiday season!

Need Ideas for Winter Break?

Staying in New York City for Winter Break (Dec. 25 – Jan. 2)? Consider taking your family to some of the City’s many holiday-themed events and festivities that are taking place this year!

Remembering Vera

Book of the Month (December 2017)

Thank You

As I begin to prepare to step down as Chancellor, I want to reflect on our accomplishments and thank you.

All Aboard the Garden Train

Garden Train, the City’s first-ever district-based school gardening consortium, is planting the seeds for school gardens in Brooklyn’s District 15 and beyond.

Seeing is Believing

DOE expands its partnership with Warby Parker to provide vision screenings and eyeglasses to City students at all 227 Community Schools.

Checking in on 3-K for All

See how some of our young 3-K for All students are adapting to their first-ever school year!

Champions of the Gridiron

Staten Island’s Curtis High School wins its second straight PSAL City Conference Championship after defeating Brooklyn’s Erasmus Hall, 36-35.

2018 Cover Design Challenge: Deadline Extended!

Time is running out; NYC public high students have until December 22 to submit their cover designs for the 2018–19 NYC High School Directory!