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It’s time for another Snow Day, remote learning-style.

Due to expected severe weather conditions, all New York City public schools will provide remote instruction on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, as all City school buildings will be closed. All students will be expected to log on to their online classrooms and engage with their school work from home, including students who are already learning remotely every day.

Please note that because of these building closures, all Learning Bridges/Labs and afterschool programs will be cancelled, while all YABC and adult education programs will switch to remote learning. In addition, all food distribution sites will be closed. Moreover, for safety reasons, yellow bus service for charter and non-public school students will not operate on 2/2. DOE central and field offices, however, will remain open.

GIF of banner — All NYC public schools will switch to remote learning on 12/17

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On behalf of the DOE, we wish all City students and their families a safe and productive snow remote learning day!


 

Banner photo by Several Seconds. Used under Creative Commons license. Original can be found on Flickr.

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