Remote learning continues for New York City students, and NYC DOE is still here for your family!
Through remote learning, students are engaging with their teachers and school communities.
- Find materials and resources to help your child learn at home and support their emotional wellbeing at schools.nyc.gov/learnathome
- We are here to support you! Get help by emailing your child’s teacher or principal. Find principal email addresses at schools.nyc.gov/find-a-school. Or call 311 seven days a week.
- Borrow an internet-enabled device so your child can do coursework at home. Visit schools.nyc.gov/devices or call 311.
- Contact your child’s teacher or service provider to get information about their IEP and special education services. If you need additional assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 311.
- Do you need help in your language? Contact your school, call 311, or email Hello@schools.nyc.gov
- Tell us about your learning-at-home experiences (survey is for non-charter/district 79 students only) at schools.nyc.gov/RLSurvey or call 311.
- Find resources about stress management and dealing with trauma at schools.nyc.gov/crisisresources
- Pick up three free meals a day Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. at 400+ NYC sites. Visit schools.nyc.gov/freemeals