This page includes information and updates collected from the New York City Department of Education during Remote Learning. Try the pages listed here for other topics:
- PS9 specific (and more generalized) Remote Learning resources
- Devices from the DOE
- School Applications & Registration
- Free Meals for All
- Summer 2020
- Admissions Engagement & Survey
- Messages for Families from Chancellor Carranza and the DOE (visit InfoHub for translations)
- George Floyd, and the national conversation – June 3, 2020
- Information on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on DOE admissions for fall 2021 – May 21, 2020
- Summer Learning: Updated Calendar – For elementary and middle school students who are required or recommended to attend summer school, the program will start one week earlier and will run from Monday, July 6 – Tuesday, August 11. Professional learning for teachers and staff will be offered on Wednesday, July 1 and Thursday, July 2 – May 20, 2020
- Announcing Summer Learning – May 19, 2020
- DOE policy regarding ZOOM – May 6, 2020
- Update on NYCDOE Citywide Grading Policy – April 28, 2020
- Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Remote Learning for Remainder of 2019-2020 School Year – April 11, 2020
- Update on school closing dates, exams and remote learning – April 7, 2020
- Frequently Asked Questions on Remote Learning – March 23, 2020
- A letter from Chancellor Carranza at the start of Remote Learning – March 22, 2020
The Learn at Home page on the DOE website contains everything you need to know about Remote Learning. There are links to materials, external websites, and activities that families can use to help students at home any time.
- Information on Remote Learning
- Let’s Learn NYC! – the new educational public television program produced by the WNET Group in partnership with the New York City Department of Education (DOE), features lessons for children in 3K through second grade that supplements remote learning. Programming is age-appropriate content aligned to standards and lessons for early childhood education and includes foundational reading skills, literacy, math, social studies, and science. Watch online!
- Activities for Students
Remote Learning Readiness Checklist
Consider these tips to best prepare you and your child for remote learning:
✓ Get familiar with each of the digital tools your child will use while learning from home.
✓ Review your school’s expectations for completing assignments and appropriate behavior on internet-enabled devices.
✓ Set up a space for your child to use that considers their unique learning styles.
✓ Create a routine and daily schedule that will support your child’s success while learning from home.
✓ Make a list of activities that you and your child can use in addition to their classwork.
✓ If you don’t have access to an internet-enabled device, fill out this survey to be connected to one!
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- March 30, 2020 – A Community Letter from District Superintendent Kamar Samuels
- Community Education Council (CEC) for District 13
- District 13 congratulates our fellow parent, journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, for winning the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary for her 1619 Project.