Category: Teach NYC

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!

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!

When Gardens Become Classrooms

Through the New York Restoration Project, NYC’s public school teachers can provide their K–8 students with hands-on environmental education in City parks and community gardens this fall. Learn more and apply today!

Bronx Educator Named “Teacher of the Year”

The New York State Board of Regents honors Alhassan Susso of International Community High School in the Bronx with the State’s 2019 Teacher of the Year award!

Turn NYC Students into Global Ambassadors

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

Have Plans for Anniversary Day?

With NYC schools closed to students on June 7, City teachers will have the opportunity to participate in professional learning throughout the day. If you are an NYC teacher, consider registering for any of the events taking place on June 7!

Congratulations to Our 2018 Big Apple Award Winners

As Teacher Appreciation Week comes to a close, the DOE names 17 honorees for the City’s sixth annual Big Apple Awards.

NYC Teachers Honored on “The Tonight Show”

In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Day, Jimmy Fallon of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” invited 200 NYC teachers for a special teacher-centric episode!

Thank You, Teachers

Chancellor Carranza honors Teacher Appreciation Week with a heartfelt letter to NYC’s 79,000 teachers.

Time to Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week (May 7–11)

Join us all week long as we honor NYC’s teachers for their ongoing dedication and commitment to the City’s 1.1 million students.