November is National Native American Heritage Month. Join NYC schools as we celebrate the rich ancestry and traditions of our nation's "First Americans" all month long with our list of suggested books, websites, and events for people of all ages!
Thanks to high demand, select NYC public schools will offer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 5–11 year olds for two additional days beginning on Wednesday, November 17. See which schools are offering vaccines during these two new days, and help protect your loved ones from COVID-19 today!
See what's happening in NYC public schools this month, courtesy of the official 2021–22 NYC Public Schools Calendar. Highlights this month include Election Day, parent-teacher conferences, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving Recess.
Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled throughout November. Learn more about these upcoming conferences, and check out our tips and suggested questions to make the most out of your conversations with teachers!
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