Students and Schools
Students and Schools. Diversity and Inclusion Annual Report and Strategic Plan. Sustainability Annual Report. School Receivership . DOE Wellness Policy Annual Report. Parent page describing Wellness Policy annual report requirements, with bulleted links to …
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Transportation Resources for Schools
(8 days ago) Schools give MetroCards to eligible students at the beginning of the fall, spring, and summer terms each school year. Schools must record the serial number of each MetroCard provided to each student, and deactivate and quickly replace lost, stolen, or non-working MetroCards. Failure to do this may result in a delay in receiving additional
Food Resources for Schools
(8 days ago) All schools are requested to comply with this requirement by reporting and submitting weekly money collected. We adhere to Federal and State law and file claims for reimbursement under the National School Lunch Act. If you require School Meals Finance assistance, please contact our Accounts Receivable department at 718-707-4383 or 718-707-4382.
School Recruitment Toolkit
(8 days ago) The School Recruitment Toolkit is an evolving resource, and we look forward to partnering with schools to build on, update, and improve it. If you have general feedback about the toolkit or want to share success stories, email [email protected]schools.nyc.gov. For questions specific to our admissions processes, please email:
Status of Services at 65 Court Street
(1 days ago) Status of Services at 65 Court Street. The health and safety of all of our employees and partners is our first priority. To keep everyone safe as the COVID-19/coronavirus situation continues to develop, the 65 Court Street Service Center remains closed to walk-ins for the time being. We ask all visitors to 65 Court Street to virtually contact
New York City Department of Education’s School Reopening
(4 days ago) Schools will receive signage, including but not limited to signs to remind individuals to remain six feet apart, signs to support appropriate movement protocols, and floor markers that show six feet in distance. The NYCDOE will support schools in redesigning movement protocols
New York State Education Department Approved Non-Public
(5 days ago) Non-public schools approved by New York State Education Department (NYSED)(article 4201, 4410, and 853 schools) serving New York City students are responsible for assisting the New York City Department of Education (DOE) in managing and collecting the documents needed for Medicaid reimbursements for related services.
Requesting Transportation Services
(3 days ago) Schools submitting requests for bus service for GE students after July 1 may be provided with MetroCards only. The DOE’s Office of Pupil Transportation (OPT) coordinates transportation services for public, charter, and nonpublic schools located in New York City and in surrounding areas up to fifty miles outside of NYC.
NYC Community Schools
(8 days ago) High school students in community schools accumulated an average of 1.3 more credits per year compared to students in comparison schools. Assuming on track progress is 11 credits per year, 1.3 credits is equivalent to 12% of a regular school year's accumulation. This finding was significant across all subgroups of students, with English
Resources for Public Schools
(8 days ago) Affinity Schools Penelope Leon Canario [email protected]schools.nyc.gov (718) 935-2995 ; Brooklyn North Districts 16, 19, 23 Rafy Cabrera [email protected]schools.nyc.gov (718) 935-4251 ; Brooklyn North Districts 13, 14, 15, 32 Wilbert Flores [email protected]schools.nyc.gov (718) 935-5815 ; Brooklyn South Districts 17, 18 Miguel Rivera [email protected]schools.nyc.gov
Elementary School Academic Policy Guide
(5 days ago) Schools were not required to deliver exactly 180 minutes per week for required courses. For the 2021 -22 school year , schools are expected to provide students with instructional experiences of 180 minutes per week (or 108 hours per unit) courses that previously required specific instructional time requirements (physical for
Welcome to Working at the DOE
(6 days ago) Teachers, guidance counselors, school psychologists, school social workers, and other school-based staff must show proof of certification in addition to submitting fingerprints as described above. You cannot begin service in our schools, and a paycheck cannot be issued to you, until a valid credential has been identified.
Supporting Quality Care and Instruction
(8 days ago) Supporting Quality Care and Instruction. Pre-K for All, 3-K for All, and EarlyLearn children are active learners who learn through play, exploration, and their relationships with teaching staff and peers. You support all children in their learning and growth through rich interactions, age-appropriate learning materials, and arranging the
Division of Early Childhood Education 2021-22 Professional
(9 days ago) Please email [email protected]schools.nyc.gov with any questions. In the 2021-22 school year, early childhood programs can participate in the following professional learning series: Create Classroom age ranges: EarlyLearn – pre-K Focus: Provide leaders and teaching teams with strategies to incorporate dance, music, theater, and
Resources for Charter Schools
(2 days ago) NYC Charter Schools SharePoint. Resources located on the New York City Charter Schools SharePoint are designed to connect charter school administrators, staff and stakeholders with resources and information needed for operating charter schools. Charter stakeholders must possess a Department of Education email address.
S P E C I A L E D U T N E F S T S A T D I N G C H A R T E
(1 days ago) Department of Education’s Guide to Special Education Procedures for Students Attending Charter Schools for implementation in the fall of 2019. As the Local Educational Agency (LEA) for students with disabilities attending public charter schools, the NYCDOE is responsible for providing oversight to schools in their implementation of IEPs.
Request for Bids
(4 days ago) The Contractor shall provide asbestos abatement services in schools and administrative buildings. Login to the Vendor Portal to download BID B4500. If you cannot download this RFB, please send an e-mail to [email protected]schools.nyc.gov with the RFB's …
Request for Proposals
(9 days ago) Affinity provides support and advocacy for approximately 163 schools across New York City so that each school can enact its unique vision given the context of its Affinity Group affiliation and continuously improve in its efforts to ensure all students’ academic, emotional, and social success. The Affinity Partner Model is designed to promote
District Counseling Plan for the Bronx
(4 days ago) NYCDOE will support schools with ongoing professional development and resources on Supportive Environment Framework to ensure the safety and restorative approaches to behavior, develop collaborative and trusting relationships, promote equity and student voice, and cultivate equitable access for emotional, mental and physical wellness.
Early Childhood Educators
(8 days ago) Through our Pre-K for All, 3-K for All, and EarlyLearn programs, the Division of Early Childhood Education (DECE) is committed to providing high-quality early childhood care and education that gives all children a strong start in school and life. As educators, you are the foundation of early childhood care and education in New York City, and
WEB ENROLLMENT SYSTEM (WES) TRAINING GUIDE
(5 days ago) and the [email protected]schools.nyc.gov email box for all EL programs using the Web Enrollment System (WES), there are several new specialized mailboxes: <[email protected]schools.nyc.gov > Use this mailbox for any inquiries about WES trainings or send your WES Training registration forms. [email protected] –Case Review Support & Special
Class Size Reports
(1 days ago) Excel versions of the 2017-2018 Class Size Report (Updated 02/15/2018) are linked below. The report includes class size data at the citywide, borough, district, and school levels. for this and previous school years. Information summarizing and explaining the class size reports.
Open Multiple Task Award Contracts and Procurements
(9 days ago) Schools identified by the NYSED to be: In need of improvement, In need of corrective action, In need of restructuring or designated as under registration review (SURR) and/or; Persistently lowest achieving (PLA) and requiring significant intervention. Schools implementing or seeking to implement new instructional and operational models.
Financial Data and Reports
(Just Now) Fair Student Funding (FSF) is the main source of money for most schools. With input from the School Leadership Team, principals decide how to spend these funds to meet basic educational needs. FSF is based on the number of students enrolled at each school and the needs of those students. This budgeting method is called a weighted pupil-funding
fun with feelings
(3 days ago) [email protected]schools.nyc.gov. 2. Distribution Instructions. Your shipment contains a . Fun with Feelings. card deck for every child in your Pre-K for All program and one for you to keep in each of your Pre-K for All classrooms. Please: • Give out one set of . Fun with Feelings. cards to every Pre-K for All family.
Application for Independent Related Service Providers
(6 days ago) [email protected]schools.nyc.gov for more information regarding the waiver process. Completed applications and required documentation should be emailed to Rita Venekas a . [email protected]schools.nyc.gov. or mailed to: New York City Department of Education, Office of Related Services . 28-11 Queens Plaza North, Room 508, Long Island City, NY 11101
Per Diem or Substitute Pedagogic Staff
(3 days ago) In Person. You may also complete the verification form at: 65 Court Street. Brooklyn, New York 11201. Forms are available at 65 Court Street in: the Walk-In Center, Room 102. the Payroll Inquiry Desk on the 14th floor. Hrs: 2PM - 4:30PM during the school year; 10AM - 4PM duringthe summer. Employment Verification Request Form.
special Education Standard Operating Procedures Manual
(7 days ago) to [email protected]schools.nyc.gov. Limitations. This document is intended to provide guidance to the management and staff of the New York City Department of Education. Nothing in this document is intended to, nor does it, create, diminish or alter any current enforceable contractual or other rights, remedies, entitlements, or obligations
(1 days ago) Suspension Reports. On this page Annual Report: Pursuant to Local Law 93 of 2015, DOE reports the total count of disciplinary responses by school broken down in various categories such as race/ethnicity, gender, grade level, IEP status, ELL, STH and others. In addition, we report out a total count of EMS transports and EMS transports for
(9 days ago) FAMIS Portal. The FAMIS (Financial Accounting Management Information System) Portal is the DOE’s web-based purchasing application that allows users to make purchases from DOE-contracted vendors. Non-public schools use FAMIS to place orders for textbooks, library books, and computer hardware and software with funds received from the New York State Loan …
ACADEMIC, CAREER, AND ESSENTIAL SKILLS (ACES) PROGRAMS
(3 days ago) Families and schools may contact the Central ACES Team at any time during the year to submit an application or ask a question by emailing [email protected]schools.nyc.gov. For children entering kindergarten in September, families or schools should contact the Central ACES Team as soon as possible. 2.
Dear Independent Provider of Special Education Teacher
(1 days ago) Contact Rita Venekas as [email protected]schools.nyc.gov for more information regarding the waiver process. Completed applications and documentation should be faxed to Rita Venekas at 718391- -8174 or mailed to: New York City Department of Education . OFFICE OF RELATED SERVICES . 28-11 Queens Plaza North, Room 508 . Long Island City NY 11101