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  2. NYC Schools Account

    www.schoolsaccount.nyc

    Open an account today to apply to schools, track your children's progress from Pre-K through high school graduation, and get access to other digital content for New York City families exclusively available to NYC Schools Account holders! Opening a NYC Schools Account is the first step towards becoming more involved in your student's education.

  3. NYC Schools Account NYCSA - web

    www.schools.nyc.gov/.../nyc-schools-account

    For any questions about your access to another child’s NYC Schools Account, we encourage you to speak with that child’s parent. Contact Us . If you have questions about your child’s NYC Schools Account, contact your child’s school or call 311. You can also use the “Feedback” feature on the bottom of each page.

  4. Create an Account - NYC MySchools

    www.myschools.nyc/en/account/create-account

    By creating this account, you consent to receiving important updates and information from the NYC Department of Education related to your child’s education, health, safety and other governmental reasons. This includes, but is not limited to, updates and information from or on behalf of NYC Department of Education schools or central offices.

  5. NYC MySchools

    www.myschools.nyc

    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. Keep tabs on grades, emergency updates, progress towards graduation and more with your NYC Schools Account.

  6. DOE Student Accounts - web

    www.schools.nyc.gov/.../doe-student-accounts

    Every New York City public school student has a DOE account. It is created automatically when you enroll in school. Your DOE account stays the same the entire time you are in school, and with it you can access all DOE technology platforms. Platforms include: TeachHub, Google for Education, iLearnNYC, Microsoft Office, Zoom, and more. Getting ...

  7. NYC Kids RISE

    a002-nyckidsrise.nyc.gov/p/nyckr/nyckr/login

    Remember, if you activate and view your child’s account your child will receive $25 more from NYC Kids RISE for their account. What you need to activate: Your child’s Student ID # You can find this number on your child’s report card, by logging onto your NYC Schools Account at: https://mystudent.nyc/, or by asking your child’s school.

  8. NYC DOH Signals No Covid Vax Mandate for NYC Schools

    teachersforchoice.org/2022/08/11/nyc-doh-signals...

    ***UPDATE - Just a few hours after we published this report the CDC announced a massive loosening of its recommended covid restrictions and mandates. This is all political in preparation for the November elections. - mk by Michael Kane 8-11-22 The New York City Department of Health (NYC DOH) has sent a signal that the…

  9. NYC Kids RISE | Activate Your Child's NYC Scholarship Account

    nyckidsrise.org/get-started/activate-account

    This account is managed by NYC Kids RISE, and the money is set aside for your child’s college and career training. The money is invested in a NY 529 Direct Plan , a type of investment account specifically created for college and career savings that can be used for a variety of higher education expenses.

  10. Your DOE Account: - Google

    sites.google.com/strongschools.nyc/protraxx...

    From now on you will access Protraxx through your DOE account (@schools.nyc.gov OR @doeexternal.nyc email). This will become your primary account email; any other emails will be logged as alternates within the system. On first login, you will be asked to confirm your current school/program and your title

  11. NYC CoolRoofs - NYC Business - New York City

    www1.nyc.gov/nycbusiness/article/nyc-coolroofs

    NYC CoolRoofs was launched in 2009 as a volunteer-based program to support New York City’s efforts to combat climate change. In 2015, the program was transitioned to a workforce development training opportunity to provide job seeking New Yorkers with the opportunity to earn paid work experience and credentials in the construction sector.