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NYC Public Schools 15h
There is still time to enjoy in one of our 1,200 sites across the City! 🥦 No ID, registration, or documentation is necessary. Find your location:
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NYC Public Schools 16h
"We are grateful for the 's advocacy, leadership and partnership. Safe and reliable transportation is critical for all families, and we’re committed to getting it right this year.” Carranza.
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NYC Public Schools 17h
NEWS: Big steps for student transportation as we get ready for ! ✅ GPS is coming to all school buses this year ✅ A new partnership with will bring a mobile app for families to track buses and get real-time updates!
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NYC Mayor's Office Aug 20
Do your kids need breakfast or lunch in the park or at the pool today? Free summer meals are still being served up fresh daily through August 30th at parks, schools, libraries and city pools!
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NYC Public Schools Aug 20
It’s for 4,000+ new teachers from the five boroughs! This week, they’ll meet one other, step into their new schools, and even get some tips from Carranza (once a new teacher himself)!
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NYC Public Schools Aug 19
Ever thought about what it takes to get 1,800 schools ready for 1.1 million kids to go ? Carranza and COO are here to clue you in! WATCH:
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NYC Mayor's Office Aug 19
🔥 HEAT ADVISORY 🔥 New York City is under a heat advisory today. ✔️ Stay inside if possible ✔️ Drink plenty of water ✔️ Without AC? Find a cooling center near you
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NYC Public Schools Aug 16
Ready for the weekend? 🙋🏽‍♀️Explore your city with , the free municipal ID card available to all City residents age 10 and older. It's widely accepted as proof of identity and residency by City agencies, including ! To learn more, visit .
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NYC Public Schools Aug 16
This is what happens when , an international Michelin star chef, joins our food truck in the Bronx to provide nutritious meals to young New Yorker! Find your location:
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NYC Public Schools Aug 16
ICYMI: Families will now have one form and one deadline for middle and high school admissions = shorter, easier, more transparent and less stressful process! Visit and to learn more.
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
"The Children’s Agenda is a set of systemic shifts we're making that will touch every part of a student’s journey in our schools."
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
"Our Children’s Agenda builds on the successful initiatives. It is how we will , never lowering the goals our children can set just because of who they are." This is Carranza's vision for the upcoming school year:
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
*Correction* Students will receive their offer in March for MS and HS. The waitlists will open after offers are released. Visit and to learn more.
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
Replying to @DOEChancellor
“We’ve heard from families and educators that they want a simpler, more transparent, and more accessible system of school choice, and today we’re taking a step forward. This common-sense change will make a real difference for families across the five boroughs." .
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
Replying to @NYCSchools
The main round application process and timeline will remain the same, with middle and high school applications opening in October with a December deadline. Students will receive their offer in March for HS and April for MS. The waitlists will open after offers are released.
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
Replying to @NYCSchools
Students will now be on the waitlist for each school listed higher on their application than the school to which they are offered admissions, know their spot on the waitlist, and may be offered admission off of these waitlists as seats become available.
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
NEWS: We are offering a shorter, simpler, easier, and less bureaucratic process for students applying to enter middle and high school for the 2020-21 school year! More info:
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NYC Public Schools Aug 15
: "To the parents of New York City: we hear you. And this new middle and high school admissions system will make things a lot easier."
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 15
Parenting is tough. Finding the right school for your child shouldn’t be. We’re making applying a lot simpler.
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Lincoln Center Aug 14
At 322 students, this year's cohort for Middle School Arts Audition Boot Camp is the biggest one since the program began in 2014! Learn more about how Boot Camp helps kids get ready to apply to NYC's selective arts high schools >>
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