Remote Learning Postcard

Girl learning at home with her computer and headphones 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 specialeducation@schools.nyc.gov 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
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