New York City Emergency Management Commissioner Joseph Esposito, NYPD Auxiliary Inspector Phylis Byrne, and FDNY Deputy Chief James Brosi presided over a graduation ceremony for 48 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers. Continue Reading →
Approximately 300 Catholic school students in grades 3-7 will participate in the National Education Project’s Bill of Rights Day Birthday Cake Celebration on Friday, December 14, at 12 pm. Continue Reading →
On Saturday, December 8th, 2018, over 400 boys and girls, ages five to 12, from PAL (Police Athletic League) After School programs in all five boroughs, enjoyed a festive holiday party at PAL’s Harlem Center. Continue Reading →
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Mayor de Blasio today announced a new admissions policy to better match students with accessibility needs to accessible school buildings from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →
Over 2300 seniors—from 26 high schools nationwide, including WHEELS, A NYC Outward Bound Schools in Washington Heights, NY, students will march their college applications to local post offices.
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced 47 new Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs have opened over the 2016-17, 2017-18, and current school year, exceeding the originally announced target of 40 programs. Continue Reading →
AT&T today launched a first of its kind online safety pilot program in greater New York City after a new study found children and teens are spending more time than ever online and on their mobile devices.
Salute to Harlem Dad’s at the Locke School of Arts & Engineering (formerly The Early Childhood Discovery and Design Magnet School – PS 185M) – also affectionately known as “The LEGO School,” in Harlem, NY.