Our SLT meeting will be held on Monday, February 10, 2020 at 3:45 p.m.
Our PTA meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 6:00 p.m
Title One Meeting
Our Title One Meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
Mid Winter Recess
Mid Winter Recess: February 17, 2020 – February 21, 2020
Applying For Public Schools
NYC families can use myschools to apply to public schools from 3-K to high school. Get started by creating an account. Then explore your children’s personalized school options and get guidance on the admissions process from start to finish.
High School News
Starting High School in Fall 2020? You’ll apply to high school this fall. The high school application opens in October, and the deadline to apply is December 2, 2019.
* Sign up for our high school admissions email list to get the latest updates and key date reminders.
* You can access a MySchools form (Open external link) to get started.
Come to a high school admissions fair. Find more information about the admissions fairs and register here.
Mark your calendar now for the high school fairs. At these events, you can meet with representatives from high schools in each borough and DOE admissions specialists. Borough fairs will be held on September 21-22 and October 5-6. Stay tuned for more information on event locations and times.
Middle School News
Starting Middle School in Fall 2020? Your child will apply to middle school this fall. They can apply to up to 12 middle school programs with one personalized application.
Sign up for our middle school admissions email list (Open external link) to get the latest updates on middle school admissions, including event information.
*The middle school application will open in October. The deadline to apply is December 2, 2019.
*Once the middle school application is open, you can sign up or complete a MySchools application (Open external link) .
All applicants will get a middle school offer in March
On June 13, 2019, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation removing non-medical exemptions from school vaccination requirements for children. The United States is currently experiencing the worst outbreak of measles in more than 25 years, with outbreaks in pockets of New York primarily driving the crisis. As a result of non-medical vaccination exemptions, many communities across New York have unacceptably low rates of vaccination, and those unvaccinated children can often attend school where they may spread the disease to other unvaccinated students, some of whom cannot receive vaccines due to medical conditions. This new law will help protect the public amid this ongoing outbreak. For more information please visit the the attached link.