NYC Public School Pivot to Remote
Due to expected severe weather conditions, New York City Public Schools will pivot to remote learning on Tuesday, February 13.
While buildings are closed, school will be in session remotely for all students. Students will be expected to log on and participate in their classes from home via established individual instructor’s Zoom meetings/Google Classrooms.
Children attending LYFE or a 3K or Pre-K program in an elementary school or Pre-K Center should participate in the remote learning experiences outlined by their program.
All afterschool activities for Tuesday, February 13 will be canceled.
For information about digital learning tools, applications, and platforms used by the New York City Department of Education, please visit schools.nyc.gov/
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Wishing you all a warm and safe snowy day tomorrow!
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