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  2. Summer Rising - New York City Department of Education

    www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/summer

    Students in grades K through 8 were able to get outside, learn, and engage with peers and caring adults in safe, supervised, and enriching ways. Stay in Touch . Want to receive the latest information about the DOE’s summer programming? Sign up for our email updates and be notified when applications open for Summer 2022 programs on the Connect ...

  3. 3-K - New York City Department of Education

    www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/enroll-grade-by...

    In New York City, children are eligible to apply to pre-K in the calendar year they turn four. Every child in NYC whose family submits a pre-K application is guaranteed a pre-K offer. Students enrolled in certain 3-K or three-year-old programs may have priority to attend pre-K at the same center or school.

  4. NYC Schools Account

    www.schoolsaccount.nyc

    Opening a NYC Schools Account is the first step towards becoming more involved in your student's education. Receive updates via text messages or email about school closures, emergencies, and upcoming events. Link your students and start monitoring things like grades, test scores, attendance.

  5. American Sign Language NYC (ASL NYC) was founded in 2015; our goal is to make American Sign Language accessible and relevant while keeping in mind the linguistic structure and Deaf culture roots. We provide beginner to advanced classes, Private Tutor, ASL Coach for actor/actress, ASL Consultant for theater/movie, workshop, and more.

  6. NYC Public School Students Walk Out of 29+ Schools Protesting ...

    news.yahoo.com/nyc-public-school-students-walk...

    NYC students explain why they walked out of class. Thousands of students from more than 29 New York City public schools abandoned their classes Tuesday walking out into frigid weather, demanding a remote learning option as Omicron surges and they feel unsafe at school.