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Help #NYCGoPurple and End Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join New Yorkers across the five boroughs in the fight against partner violence by wearing purple on October 24!

Nominate Your Favorite Teacher for the 2019 Big Apple Awards

Show your appreciation for your favorite teachers by submitting your nominees for the City’s seventh annual Big Apple Awards by Monday, November 26!

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Ready to Apply for NYC’s High Schools?

Check out our handy guide to New York’s 2018–19 high school admissions process, and stop by any of our High School Fairs on October 13–14!

All S’well That Ends Well

Thanks to S’well, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, and the NYC Department of Education, over 320,000 City high school students are receiving free reusable bottles this year.

Interested in STEM Careers after High School?

NYC high school students who want to learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are invited to join us for the DOE’s 7th Annual STEM Matters NYC Career Day. Register by Friday, October 19!

Turn Kids into Reading Superheroes

Help children of all ages, reading levels, and interests discover the joy of reading with our New York Comic-Con-inspired list of graphic novels!

Help Improve School Wellness at the 2018 Think-Move-Achieve Resource Expo

On October 4, join the DOE, NYC Parks, and local community-based organizations for a showcase of free and low-cost wellness services, programming, and products for City schools!

Get to Know NYC’s Middle Schools

Planning to apply for NYC’s middle schools (grades 6–8) later this school year? Stop by any of our Middle School Fairs throughout October to learn more about the middle school admissions process in your district!

Deadline Extended for NYC Junior Ambassadors

Through NYC Junior Ambassadors, seventh grade students can learn more about the United Nations and its ongoing mission. Apply before the program’s new deadline on October 22, 2018!

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Pumpkin Season

See what’s ahead for NYC’s public schools in October 2018. Highlights include Columbus Day, the Specialized High Schools Admissions Test, and admissions fairs for the City’s elementary, middle, and high schools.