Middle Schools remain fully remote until further notice according to Chancellor Carranza in his letter to families on November 29. Letters to Families from Chancellor Carranza are available in multiple languages on the Messages for Families page of the NYC DOE website.
Free take-out breakfast and lunch meals are available for students and families on school days from 9 AM – 12 PM at select locations.
Find a Take-Out Meal Location
Stay tuned for announcements of upcoming Virtual Events, like online Open Houses. Recordings of past events will be posted here as well.
The Parent Association met on November 9, 2020. Here are the minutes (Google Doc)
All NYC DOE schools will be closed temporarily, until further notice due to the increase in positive COVID cases in NYC
ALL students will engage in Remote learning during this period.
Read Chancellor Carranza’s letter to Families regarding the closures.
All students will follow a Monday – Friday schedule.
Students must attend Homeroom daily for attendance from 8:15 – 8:30 AM.
New schedules were communicated through PupilPath.
From “Messages for Families” on schools.nyc.gov:
“Given recent increases in transmission, we have reached a point in our City’s infection rate that requires all students to transition to remote learning. Beginning Thursday, November 19, all school buildings will be closed, and all learning will proceed remotely for all students, until further notice. You will hear from your principal shortly about next steps for you and your student. Please note that this is a temporary closure, and school buildings will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so. “
Donating money isn’t the only way to give to charitable organizations, many of whom rely on volunteers for various services. If you find yourself with free time on your hands on your weekend, or during the week, you could consider putting in some community service. Not only will you help a good cause, but it can also be a way to meet people and learn new skills.
You want to get involved and give back to the community, but can’t fit another big commitment into your busy schedule? Then microvolunteering might just be the thing.
Microvolunteering is a small, bite-sized task or project, that is quick and easy to perform. Best of all there’s a range of things you could do online, in as little as 30 minutes. Donating processing time on your computer, signing an online petition, or promoting a charity on social media are all examples of microvolunteering that you could do today.