• Opportunities for Students (June/July 2024)

    Throughout the remainder of June and July, NYC students across the five boroughs can register for and participate in free activities and workshops while also visiting some of the City's most popular museums, historical sites, and parks! Learn more about the opportunities available to City youths this summer, and start planning your season out today!
  • Free Summer Meals for NYC Kids Until August 30

    Even after the 2023–2024 school year ends, anyone 18 years old or younger can still enjoy free breakfast and lunch throughout the summer, starting Thursday, June 27, 2024. Learn more about the Free Summer Meals program, including site locations and food menus.
  • G&T Results for Grades 1–4 Are Out Today!

    Applied to New York City's G&T programs for grades 1–4 earlier this spring? Then great news: you may now log into MySchools to see your child's results! Visit MySchools.nyc to see the results, and start planning for fall 2024!
  • Make a Splash on June 12—Our Next Climate Action Day!

    Our next Climate Action Day is on June 12, 2024, and this time, the theme is water! Learn more about what you can do to help conserve water usage and help keep our waterways clean, and about how you can make your own water filter with materials you already have at home!
  • How Would YOU Spend $3.5 Million in Your Community?

    Have you decided how to spend The People's Money yet? You're in luck, as the voting deadline has been extended! From now until Wednesday, June 16, New Yorkers aged 11 and up can decide how to spend $3.5 million of City funds on projects in their communities. Learn more about NYC's participatory budgeting (PB) process, and vote for your favorite project proposal online!
  • Book of the Week Archive

    Re-visit our books of the week any time!
  • Level Up Your Health and Conditioning Through PSAL's Free Student Summer Training Program

    Through PSAL's High School Summer Sports, Fitness, and Recreation Program, any NYC student entering grades 9–12 in September 2024 can register for free athletic training, fitness and conditioning, sports-specific skill development, and fun recreational activities at participating sites across the City! Learn more about PSAL's program, and submit your registration today!
  • The Month Ahead (June 2024)

    We made it to the last month of the 2023–24 school year! See what's happening in NYC Public Schools in June 2024, including Caribbean American Heritage Month, New York State Regents Exams, Anniversary Day, PRIDE Month , Eid al-Adha, Juneteenth, and the last day of school!
  • Swipe for "Extra Credit" with the MTA!

    Through the MTA's new Extra Credit initiative, NYC high school students can win a free Meta Quest 2 headset simply by swiping their student MetroCards! Learn more about Extra Credit, and start maximizing your student MetroCard swipes beginning May 20!
  • View Your Child's 3-K Results Today!

    Applied to New York City's 3-K programs earlier this year? Then great news: you may now log into MySchools to see your child's results! Visit MySchools.nyc to see the results, and start planning for fall 2024!
  • Opportunities for Students (May 2024)

    Throughout May, several local partners and organizations like the New-York Historical Society, the Cooper Union, Columbia University, and Urban Arts, are seeking City students for scholarships, free video game coding courses, and networking opportunities. Learn more about the opportunities available to NYC students this month, and start applying today!
  • Time to Get Your Pre-K Results!

    Applied to New York City's Pre-K programs earlier this year? Then great news: you may now log into MySchools to see your results! Visit MySchools.nyc to see your offer and waitlist placements, and start planning for fall 2024!
  • Congratulations to the Winners of the Plastic Free Lunch Day Artwork Contest!

    We're proud to announce the winners of the Plastic Free Lunch Day Artwork Contest, which is helping spread awareness about the importance of reducing the usage of single-use plastics in our cafeterias. Check out the amazing winning submissions from talented artists in grades K–8!
  • NYC Public Schools Distributes Two Millionth Comic Book with Latest Releases

    With the release of our two latest comic books, NYC Public Schools have now distributed over two million comic books in the past five years! Learn more about our newest releases, "Patsy Takemoto Mink" and "A Story in Every Object! An Asian American Comics Anthology," as well as our other releases, and start reading today!
  • Show Love to NYC's Educators During Teacher Appreciation Week (May 6–10)

    Join us all week long as we celebrate teachers across the five boroughs for their extraordinary service on behalf of City students! Use our official DOE All Stars web tool to send a note of appreciation to the teachers who have made a difference in your life!
  • The Month Ahead (May 2024)

    With the last full month of the 2023–24 school year upon us, take a look at what's happening in NYC Public Schools in May 2024! Highlights include our month-long heritage celebrations for Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Jewish Americans, as well as Teacher Appreciation Week, parent-teacher conferences, State exams, and Memorial Day.
  • Deadline for the G&T Application (Grades 1–4) Extended to May 10

    The deadline of the Gifted and Talented (G&T) application for children entering grades 1, 2, 3, or 4 in the 2024–2025 school year has been extended to Friday, May 10, 2024! If your child is eligible and you're interested in applying, submit your child's G&T application today.
  • NYC's Gifted and Talented (G&T) Application for Grades 1–4 opens April 15

    The Gifted and Talented (G&T) application for children entering grades 1, 2, 3, or 4 in the 2024–2025 school year opens on Monday, April 15, 2024! If your child is eligible and you're interested in applying, submit your child's G&T application by Friday, May 3, 2024.
  • Meet NYCPS’s Office of Sign Language Interpretation Services (OSLIS)!

    In recognition of National American Sign Language (ASL) Day on Monday, April 15, we’re highlighting the tiny, but mighty team at the New York City Public Schools (NYCPS) Office of Sign Language Interpretation Services (OSLIS).
  • Take Climate Action on Earth Day (April 22)

    Missed our schools' third Climate Action Day on April 17? No worries—consider building your own self-watering planter made from recycled materials just in time for Earth Day on April 22!