LES-OLS Little League Baseball and Softball
Flyer and Registration
Chess After School
Chess Coach Stephanie is offering a fee-based after school group that will meet M-R 4:00 – 5:30 on Zoom. For more information visit this link. Contact: Stephanie Ballom, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Students can enroll on the website, or at this link.
Discover Third Thursday at Material for the Arts– Next up 02/18
See previous events here!
Virtual Museum Tours, to Keep You (and Your Kids) Engaged in Visual Art:
The National Gallery, London
American Museum of Natural History- Live recordings at 2:00 EST
More to Explore
3rd Annual New York City Public School Film Festival
Calling Creative Student Film Makers! Make your mark.
Youth filmmakers must play the major creative role on the production of the submitted works — as directors, writers, and/or editors.
Other After School Resources
Helpful technical links:
How to fix the internet on NYC DOE iPads / Cómo arreglar Internet
Report Issues you’re having with NYCDOE iPads/devices, access to applications, or other technical problems here.
Link for families to submit a device request:
Translating Google Docs
Traducción de documentos de Google
Learning Bridges After School Sites – Explore the options by borough:
You can apply anytime to find out if there is a space for your child.
Class parent representatives! Thank you for stepping up and into this important role. If you are not sure who your class parent contact is, please reach out to Nina Ablan at email@example.com
EVCS Family Handbook 2021
DOE 2020-2021 Family Guide
How to Grab & Go at The New York Public Library
Tompkins Square Library 331 East 10th Street (212) 228-4747
Seward Park Library 192 East Broadway (212) 477-6770
Reading and Writing Supports for Families
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project at Columbia University
Resources including short recorded videos that answer parent questions, open office hours for parents, and an upcoming parent workshop as well.
Promoting Positive Behaviors for Your Child
Click below to learn more and register.
Child Mind Institute’s FREE Workshop Series for Families
Managing Stress and Anxiety • Mindful Parenting • Managing Grief and Loss • Fostering Resilience Within Your Family • Will My Child be Okay? • Managing Intense Emotions
Apply Now for an Education Council Seat
Run. Serve. Lead.
To apply to be a candidate for a council and have your voice heard, simply log into your NYC Schools Account at mystudent.nyc to get started.
You can help make a direct impact on education policy, including hosting Town Halls with the Chancellor, collaborating with Superintendents to improve student achievement, and advising on building changes.
Learn more about Education Councils: schools.nyc.gov/elections2021Past webinars are available on YouTube and can be viewed with English or translated captions. Every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. through the end of May
The DOE launched a series of webinars for families of students with disabilities called the Beyond Access series. The series is continuing this year with webinars designed to support families of students with disabilities during this challenging time. The webinars are hosted by the DOE in partnership with experts in the field. Topics include executive cognitive functioning, literacy, social emotional learning, among other topics. Content experts will provide strategies and resources. The webinars are running through the end of May. Families can review webinar topics and register for a webinar by visiting Eventbrite. The webinars are also listed on the DOE family-facing website and calendar. Past webinars are available on YouTube and can be viewed with English or translated captions.For questions about the beyond access series, email firstname.lastname@example.org.