Month: February 2018

ICYMI: Respect for All Week 2018

With Respect for All Week 2018 (Feb. 9–15) now in the books, let’s look back and see how some City schools celebrated the DOE’s annual anti-bullying event!

Dedicate Spring Break to Science

NYC’s K–8 students can apply for exciting science and STEM programs taking place during Spring Recess (April 2–6). Apply by February 27, 2018!

The Year Gets Ruff

In observance of the Lunar New Year, NYC public schools are closed on Friday, February 16.

Heavy Hearts

Letter from Chancellor Fariña about the tragedy in Broward County, Florida.

Charting a Path to Future Careers

Throughout February, schools across NYC are celebrating Career Exploration Month. Learn how families can help students identify their potential careers today!

Tell Us About Your Schools

Are you an NYC public schools parent, student, or staff member? Complete the DOE’s 2018 NYC School Survey between now and March 23, 2018, and help us improve schools and programs across the City!

Love is Respect

Join NYC schools throughout Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month to help prevent and stop abusive relationships among teens.

Time for a Little Respect

From February 9–15, City schools are participating in the DOE’s annual Respect for All Week.

Historic Marks for NYC’s Grad Rates

Thanks to improvements that have been made throughout NYC public schools, the City’s 2017 high school graduation rate is now the highest ever recorded in NYC history.

Time for FREE Tax Prep

Ready to file your 2017 taxes, free of charge? Stop by one of our NYC Free Tax Prep-a-Thons on Saturday, February 10!