As we enter the last full month of the 2022–23 school year, see what's happening in NYC public schools in May 2023! Highlights include Parent-Teacher Conferences, Teacher Appreciation Week, and Memorial Day.
Time is running out to complete and submit the 2023 NYC School Survey! Open to all City public school parents/guardians, teachers, school-based staff members, and students in grades 6–12, the Survey provides us with your feedback about your experiences in NYC public schools. Learn more about this year's Survey, and submit your answers by the new, extended deadline on Friday, April 20, 2023!
See what's happening in NYC public schools this month! Highlights include Spring Recess, the end of the 2023 NYC School Survey, the opening of the this year's Summer Rising application, and the start of the voting phase for 2023's CCEC Elections.
The 2023 NYC School Survey is now open to all City public school parents/guardians, teachers, school-based staff members, and students in grades 6–12. Learn more about this year's Survey, and submit your answers by March 31, 2023!
See what's happening in New York City's public schools during the first month of 2023. Highlights include Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, New York State Regents Exams, and the last day to submit applications for 2023 kindergarten admissions!
See what's happening in NYC public schools this month, courtesy of our 2022–23 NYC Public Schools Calendar. Highlights this month include parent-teacher conferences, Election Day, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving Recess.
With summer vacation soon coming to an end, let's take a look at the NYC Public Schools calendar to see what's in store for City schools in September 2022! Highlights this month include the first day of the 2022–23 school year, parent-teacher conferences, and Rosh Hashanah.
Time is running out! Families interested in NYC's Gifted and Talented (G&T) programs have until June 17 to apply, and families with offers to high schools and 3-K programs should accept their offers by June 24 and 27, respectively!
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