Month: April 2018

Still Need a Pre-K Seat?

If you missed the City’s Pre-K Admissions deadline back in March, you may still submit a Late Registration form until Wednesday, May 2!

Reminder: SAT School Day is April 24

On April 24, all NYC public high schools will be providing the SAT to their juniors, free of charge.

“I Am Listening”

In his ongoing Listening Tour, Chancellor Richard Carranza met with high school students in Brooklyn and answered questions about diversity, safety, and more.

Poetry Season

April is National Poetry Month. Celebrate the beauty and power of poetry throughout the rest of the year with our handy list of suggested titles for readers of all ages!

Final Week for the 2018 NYC School Survey

Don’t miss your opportunity to voice your thoughts about NYC’s public schools! Submit your 2018 NYC School Survey online by this Friday, April 20!

Around the City in Five Days

Chancellor Richard Carranza kicked off his tenure with a citywide tour of NYC’s public schools. Check out photos from the Chancellor’s inaugural tour across the five boroughs!

Ready to Talk about “Diversity?”

RSVP for one of our three remaining School Diversity Advisory Group Town Hall meetings between now and June 21, and help make NYC schools more inclusive for all students by adding your voice to the discussion!

Inspiration Starts in the Classroom

Teachers can inspire their students in ways that make a difference both inside and outside the classroom. Learn how one teacher inspired Chancellor Richard Carranza to become the educator that he is today.

“You’re Going to College”

Growing up, Richard Carranza always knew he was going to college. Learn how the Chancellor’s parents helped make college attendance a reality for him and his brother in this heartwarming video.

“Alegría” and Joy in Brooklyn

As part of his citywide tour of NYC’s public schools, Chancellor Richard Carranza stopped by Brooklyn’s Brighter Choice Community School to learn more about the school’s Dual Language program.