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Three free meals will be available daily for ALL New Yorkers in more than 400 Meal Hubs across the 5 boroughs. Meal Hubs sites operate from 7:30AM-11:30AM for children and families and 11:30AM-1:30PM for adults. Vegetarian and halal options are available at all sites. All adults and children can pick up three meals at one time. No one will be turned away. No registration or ID required. Good news! PS/IS 206 and IS 278 will open Monday, 4/20/20. We thank you for your patience. To find a location near you visit schools.nyc.gov/freemeals. Chancellor's letters including the most recent letter to families of Students with Disabilities:https://infohub.nyced.org/in-our-schools/translations/letters/coronavirus
2020 NYC School Survey Deadline Extension : Given the current circumstances, and the focus on remote learning for school communities, we are providing everyone the opportunity to complete the NYC School Survey through June 26, the last day of the school year, in order to ensure as much opportunity as possible for respondents to have their voices heard. Because of the difficult circumstances this year, we encourage schools to administer the survey online, making it as easy as possible for schools to learn from their parents, students, support staff and teachers https://www.schools.nyc.gov/…/school-qual…/nyc-school-survey
2020 Census: While you#StayHomeNYCplease complete the#2020censusform. You should have received information in the mail about how to complete the census or you can fill it in online atWww.2020Census.gov . What's at stake? Billions in federal funds for public education and housing, roads and bridges and more. The number of seats NYC has in Congress. Your community. Your voice!
Middle School waitlists are now open! Here's what you can do online in MySchools without having to leave your home: See the waitlists your child is on Add your child to additional waitlists Check your child's position on each program's waitlist Accept or decline a waitlist offer, if you receive one Remember, you can also use MySchools to view your child's middle school offer letter. Don’t have a MySchools account or have questions about your child's offer? Email MSEnrollment@schools.nyc.gov You can also get support with waitlist questions and requests at Waitlists@schools.nyc.gov Please note that Family Welcome Center locations are temporarily closed, but our staff is available to assist you! Brooklyn: firstname.lastname@example.org We appreciate your patience and partnership as we transition to virtual learning and service across New York City. Our Regional Enrichment Centers provide care for the children of essential workers who are NYC residents. Food workers—such as restaurant, grocery store, and delivery workers—pharmacy employees, and many others are eligible. If you think you qualify, please visitschools.nyc.gov/recsto learn more and apply.
Starting today Friday, April 3, 2020 three free meals will be available daily for ALL New Yorkers in more than 400 Meal Hubs across the 5 boroughs.Meal Hubs sites operate from 7:30AM-11:30AM for children and families and 11:30AM-1:30PM for adults. Vegetarian and halal options are available at all sites. All adults and children can pick up three meals at one time. No one will be turned away. No registration or ID required. To find a location near you visitschools.nyc.gov/freemeals
iPad Distribution: The week of April 6: we will focus on delivery to high school students, focusing on multilingual learner students, students with disabilities, and students who live in public housing. iPads will be distributed on a rolling basis with new shipments arriving and being staged each week. Students who have requested an iPad, but are not in the above groups, will be eligible to receive iPads after deliveries have been made to the above groups. Individual Deliveries Our courier will reach out to you to confirm the delivery address you entered on the request form. Your iPad will be shipped to the address you entered on the request form. If you have already filled out the request form, you will receive a text message or email making sure you have completed the Student Device Loan Agreement. Please complete the agreement when you request a device as your device cannot be shipped unless you have signed the agreement. Please keep a copy of the confirmation email or text that you received, as you will need it to show FedEx when they deliver your device. Please make sure someone is at the address to accept the delivery, as FedEx will not leave packages unattended. Also, FedEx carriers will adhere to social distancing rules. https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learn-at-home/ipad-distribution
The DOE is mailing activity packets to families the week of March 29 for children in grades Pre-K-5. These packets include 10-days' worth of lessons in different subjects. Check your mail for the packet in April, and help your child with the activities. You also can find the packets on the Activities for Students sections of this website. They are available for all grades, for students who need Specialized Instruction, and for multilingual learning students.
Kindergarten offers will be made available later this month.Families of children who also participated in Gifted & Talented testing will receive their score reports, and the G&T application will be open later this month for eligible families.
STORY TIME LIVE ON FACEBOOK:Senator Roxanne Persaud in partnership with author Kamla Millwood presents Story Time on Facebook Live next Wednesday, April 8th at 11 AM. Save the date!www.facebook.com/peachtheduckfanpage