News & Announcements

Town Hall Cancelled

We apologize for the short notice but today's Town Hall has been postponed until September. Thank you

New York City Schools Account

If you have not already opened a New York City Schools Account (NYCSA), now is a great time to sign up and make sure that your child’s school can reach you to share important information about end of year activities and the start of the 2022-23 school year!

NYCSA is an easy way to stay connected to your child’s school, offering you access to your child’s grades, schedules, test scores, attendance, Individualized Education Program (IEP) information, bus times, and more. NYCSA allows you to submit essential school forms online and access important announcements from the NYC Department of Education, including news of events happening in your district or citywide.

NYCSA now includes Parent University, a resource hub filled with free courses, events, and activities to help empower you as an advocate for your child’s education. In addition, you will be able to use NYCSA to cast your vote in upcoming elections for candidates who will represent your community on local and citywide Community Education Councils.

How to Sign Up
You can sign up for an account today with just your name and contact information, and then connect the account to your child’s records by contacting your school for verification. Learn more at and sign up now at external link).

Update Your Contact Information
When you sign in to your NYCSA account, you will see a pop-up message reminding you to update your emergency contact information. You may click Update Now to go directly to the Emergency Contact page. Once you have reviewed and confirmed your information, select “Verified” at the top of the page. Using the Emergency Contact page in your New York City Schools Account, you can update your home, cell, and work phone numbers as well as email addresses. You also have the option to update your preferred written or spoken language.

In addition, you can update your child’s health information to share with your child’s school. This includes your child’s physician name and phone number, any known diagnoses, allergies, limitations that may limit physical activity, and health insurance status.

Comfort Zone Camp

Comfort Zone Camp, 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of families who have lost a parent, guardian, sibling, other relative who worked in the healthcare industry and died from COVID-19. Other applicants will be considered if space allows.

All of our programing is free-of-charge and we are excited to announce our upcoming camp for COVID-19 loss this summer

Messages for Families

This family update provides important information about the newly released 2022-23 school year calendar, free summer meals, and updating your child’s information through the New York City Schools Account (NYCSA).

Urban Health Clinic-School Based Health Center

Your child can receive medical services without missing a day of school!
It’s fast and easy!
We are happy to inform you that your child’s school has an on-site School-Based

NYC School Survey

Every year, we ask all families and teachers and staff in grades 3-K through 12, and students in grades 6-12 to take the survey. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what you and other members of your school community think about your school. The information collected by the survey is designed to support a dialogue among all members of your school community about how to make your school a better place to learn.

Parent Teacher Conference March 16th and 18th, 2022

A parent-teacher conference is a short meeting between you and your child’s teacher to talk about your child’s academic performance and experience at school.

These meetings help you understand what your child is learning at school, their progress both academically and social-emotionally, and what you can do to support them. If your child is having particular difficulties, parent-teacher conferences also give you and the teacher time to plan how you can both help them best.

Messages for Families

Our “Stay Safe, Stay Open” plan has succeeded in allowing us to keep New York City public schools open and remain among the safest places for young people to be during the COVID-19 pandemic. As our schools did their part in reducing transmission rates, so have New Yorkers as a whole. We are pleased to announce that as a result, we will be implementing changes in our current COVID-19 health and safety policies in our schools in accordance with the latest
guidance. Please click on the link below for more information.
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