Parent category for all content related to the health, fitness, and overall wellness of NYC public school students and staff members. Posts in this category include stories about fitness instruction, school lunches, nutrition, and healthy habits.
Thanks to the DOE's Free Summer Meals program, every New Yorker has access to healthy and nutritious food all summer long. Learn more about the Summer Meals program, including meal site locations, hours of operation, and menu options!
As part of the NYC Department of Education's ongoing efforts to ensure the safety of City students and staff members this year, the DOE is partnering with City health agencies to provide random, in-school COVID-19 testing of students and staff members beginning in October 2020. Learn more about the City's school testing plan, and please fill out our testing consent form on your child's behalf to help ensure the safety of your child's school community this year.
Free meals are available to all New Yorkers at over 400 Meal Hubs across the five boroughs, and no registration or ID is required! Learn more about the DOE's Free Meals program, including Meal Hub locations and available meal options.
What does physical education look like in a remote learning environment? For this edition of #DOEconnected, we caught up with a Brooklyn physical education instructor who fills us in about her experience so far!
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