It's now easier than ever to protect yourself, your family, and your school community from COVID-19. Learn more about the NYC public school sites vaccinating New Yorkers aged 12 and up in June, and get your "jab" today!
From May 1–11, parents of current NYC public school students can vote in the 2021 Community and Citywide Education Council (CCEC) Elections. Learn more about this year's CCEC elections, and make your voice heard today!
This spring, the NYC Department of Education and Elevate Education are teaming up to provide City families with free online support workshops. Learn more about these workshops, and register your virtual seats TODAY!
With the end of the school year fast approaching, NYC's high school seniors and their families have important decisions to make about their futures. Learn more about the DOE's resources and upcoming online events for students and families that can help you make a smooth transition into life after high school.
From March 8–12, NYC public schools will celebrate the DOE's third annual Civics Week. Learn more about Civics Week, including our Student Voter Registration Drive and Project Soapbox, and help encourage City students to become active and informed members of their communities!
Parents/guardians with children in City public schools can apply to run for seats on NYC's Community and Citywide Education Councils (CCEC) during the 2021 CCEC election season this spring. Learn more about the CCEC Election process, including eligibility guidelines and key dates, and submit your application by March 4, 2021.
Learn more about the digital learning opportunities available to NYC public school students in February 2021, including career-building workshops, leadership institutes, guided nature lessons, and more!
Ready to (re)discover science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) during Spring Recess? NYC students in grades K–8 can apply now for Discovery Day, a day-long, hands-on, interactive STEM learning experience. But hurry; spots are limited, so apply today!
On Monday, January 18, 2021, all NYC public schools will be closed in observation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. In celebration of Dr. King's legacy and birthday, the DOE has compiled great family-facing resources that recognize his outstanding role and impact on American history.
Following the disturbing events that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, Chancellor Richard Carranza sent DOE staff members a passionate and heartfelt letter of support. See what Chancellor Carranza has to say to NYC educators regarding the events of 1/6, and take a look through some of the academic and mental health resources that are now available to teachers, students, and families.
Parent University, the DOE's free new online training and support platform for families, is now available to all NYC families. Learn more about Parent University and its course catalog, including live events and on-demand classes, and gain access today!
In celebration of Climate Week NYC (9/14–9/27) and the NYC Department of Education’s annual Energy Conservation Artwork Contest, 15 student works are being featured on over 1,700 LinkNYC kiosks across the five boroughs. See our winners’ winning pieces, and learn where to find the LinkNYC kiosk nearest to you!
This summer, the DOE is calling on all students across the City to participate in its first-ever Summer Enrichment Challenges! Learn more about these weekly challenges for City students in grades K–12, and join the fun all summer long through the week of August 17, 2020.
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