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!
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.
NYC families can see how their children performed on last spring’s State exams by looking up their test scores on the NYC Schools Account web application.
Join us as we honor our Community Schools’ hardworking directors during Community School Coordinators Appreciation Week (September 24–29).
Join the Garden Train, District 15’s school gardens consortium, for a day of free, family-friendly activities on September 29!
Election Day is on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Make sure you and your loved ones are registered TODAY in order to make your voice heard in November!
Are you a DOE parent who identifies as LGBTQ? Consider joining the DOE’s first-ever focus group for LGBTQ parents, and make your voice heard!
On September 29, NYC libraries are hosting Fall Open Houses. Stop by your nearest branch to learn more about the services provided by City libraries!
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!
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!