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  • Principal Paige and the Urban Assembly Unison School's "Trailblazers" have been working “hard, smart, collaboratively, and tirelessly to accomplish [the] incredible goal” of creating a brand new model of schooling that works for all students. Read more: on.nyc.gov/39U0CPR | #DOEconnected
  • Mr. Tang, an Algebra and Computer Science teacher at Sunset Park High School, noticed a change in student engagement when his class went online: “students who don’t normally participate in class are also actively asking questions, which has been great to see.” Read more: on.nyc.gov/2xUpyJy | #DOEConnected
  • So much amazing work is going on all across our city as we take on this new challenge—and we want to share it with the whole City. So we’re launching #DOEconnected to honor this work and tell these stories. Because even though our school buildings are closed right now, our DOE staff members and students are connecting in new and different ways to keep the learning going and lift each other up.

Follow our hashtag #DOEconnected, join the conversation, and connect online with your neighbors across the City. Share stories of how you, your child, a teacher, or a school community member has become your hero. Remember, not all heroes wear capes. Learn more: on.nyc.gov/2y1pozZ
  • 🆕 Middle School Offers are here! View your child's offer online now with MySchools.nyc. A printed copy will also be mailed to your child's home address.

This offer letter includes:
🔹 Your child's middle school offer
🔹 Information about any programs where your child is waitlisted ––learn more about waitlists
🔹 What to do next and how to add your child to additional waitlists after they open the week of April 13

Don't have a MySchools account? You can also get your child's offer from their school counselor or by calling 718-935-2009. School counselors can also help you set up or access your MySchools account. Visit schools.nyc.gov/middle to learn more.
  • ~ NEWS: starting tomorrow, 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!
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🔹 Meal Hubs sites operate from 7:30AM-11:30AM for children and families and 11:30AM-1:30PM for adults
🔹 Vegetarian and halal options available at all sites
🔹 All adults and children can pick up three meals at one time
🔹 No one will be turned away
🔹 There is no registration or identification required

To find a location near you visit schools.nyc.gov/freemeals
  • ~ Ensure your community is getting what it deserves. Filling out the #2020Census gets New Yorkers money for education, healthcare, transportation, housing, and more. Fill out the census today at my2020census.gov | #GetCountedNYC

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