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Congratulation to our new Parent Association Elected Officers 2012-2013

President:   Gloria Corsino
Secretary:   Irene Larbi
Treasurer:   Natalic Ortiz






Parent Teacher Conferences @ 218 Noevmbre 14, 2012

Parent Teacher Conferences @ 49 Novembre 13, 2012

Parent Teacher Conferences @ 338 March 13 - 14, 2012

Parent Teacher Conferences @ Main March 19-20, 2012
Parent Teacher Conferences @ 189 March 19-20, 2012
Parent Teacher Conferences @ Byron March 19-20, 2012
Parent Teacher Conferences @ Tilden March 19-20, 2012
Parent Teacher Conferences @ BCS March 19-20, 2012
Parent Teacher Conferences @ Ittleson March 19-20, 2012

Frequently Asked Questions
Preguntas más frecuentes

Common Core Learning Standards
and Frequently Asked Questions



March News Letter

P723X Family Fair Day
May 5, 2012


Community Education Council
Citywide District 75 Council meeting
February 15, 2012
1220 Gerard Ave
Bronx, NY 10452
6:30 to 9:00 pm

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  
                                 
Winter Recess Letter 2011-2012

P723X News Letter for February 2012

P723X News Letter for December r 2011


Rosh Hashanah Letter



Stress Reduction Parent Workshop-Dec-13-11


SLT Meeting

Wedensday February 10, 2012 at 9:30 AM
 P723X@BCS at Library
595 Gerard Ave
Bronx, NY 10451
718-742-6081

  

September 2011 News Letter


Free Common Sense Parenting Class 6 week course
Begins September 12th - ends October 24th
Mondays 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Free Empowerment Classes
This program is a 13-session parent empowerment class
Refreshments Provided
Program begins Thursday September 22, 2011
P723X@BCS
595 Gerard Ave
Bronx, NY 10451






   P723X Family Day
May 21, 2011
 


District 75 EPIC Parent Conference
May 14th, 2011

Conferencia EPIC para padres y feria sobre las mejores estrategias


DIRECTIONS TO GET TO BIVONA

Special Education District 75 Web Site

September -November 2010 News Letter

Boletín de noticias de septiembre - de noviembre 2010 - 2011

Congratulation to our new Parent Association Elected Officers 2010-2011

President:    Lisa Colon
Secretary:   Laura Colon
Treasurer:  Christine Marie Negron

Valentine's Day Bake Sale
Monday, February 14
at P723X@49

Parent Association Election June 8, 2011 at BCS

The Citywide Council on Special Education (CCSE) advocates on behalf of all students who have an Individualized Education Program. Nine of the eleven voting members of the CCSE are parents of students who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Two additional voting members are appointed by the Public Advocate and must have extensive experience and knowledge in educating, training or employing individuals with disabilities. A high school senior who has an Individualized Education Program is selected by the Chancellor’s Designee and serves as a non-voting member for one year. The Citywide Council on Special Education began their one-year term on July 1, 2010 and serve through June 30, 2011.

Citywide District 75 Council Homepage

Free Books

 


This is a wonderful opportunity for families with children ages birth to 5 years.  Please share with family and friends....

The NYC Imagination Library is an initiative of the NYC Dept. of Education. The goal is to promote the development of emergent literacy and language skills that are important for every child's success in school by encouraging all NYC parents to read aloud to their children from birth until age five.

Just enroll your preschool child (age 0 to 5 yrs) in the NYC Imagination Library and a new, carefully selected, age-appropriate book will be mailed each month in your child's name directly to your home. Books will begin arriving at your home six to eight weeks after your registration form has been received, and will continue every month until your child turns five.

http://www.nyc.gov/html/nycha/downloads/pdf/NYC_Imagination_Library_application.pdf
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Your child will be eligible for this program as long as you live within the five boroughs of NYC.  Please pass this information to your family and friends.

Enroll today! And enjoy a happy and healthy summer!


Wipe Test Results - 10/3/13
Wipe Test Results - 12/16/13
Wipe Test Results - 5/1/14




SPECIAL CAMP FAIR 2011

FERIA DE CAMPAMENTOS ESPECIALES 2011

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO RE-OPEN PARENT VOTING IN THE 2011 COMMUNITY AND CITYWIDE EDUCATION




COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Parents will have an opportunity to Participate in the CEC Elections

Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott today announced that the Department of Education will open a new Parent Advisory Voting Period, to be held May 18th to May 25th. Parents will vote again for CEC candidates running for one of the 36 Councils: the 32 Community Education Councils, Citywide Council on High Schools, Citywide Council on English Language Learners, Citywide Council on Special Education, or District 75 Council. The results of the prior advisory vote held from May 1st to May 7th will be invalidated. The Selector’s Voting Period will now take place May 27th through June 3rd. All Community and Citywide Education Council members will be seated by July 1st.

“We place tremendous value on parent involvement in our schools and recognize that we should have done a better job managing the Community and Citywide Education Councils Elections,” said Chancellor Walcott. “We believe that holding the advisory vote again and pushing back the Selector’s vote will ensure that the elections are fair to our parents and that we meet our responsibility to seat CEC Members by July 1st.”

• The Community Education Councils (CEC) – The CECs participate in shaping educational policies in their districts. Their responsibilities include reviewing and evaluating schools’ instructional programs, approving school zoning lines, holding public hearings on annual capacity plans, and providing input on other important policy issues. Each CEC has nine parent members selected by the Presidents, Treasurers, and Recording Secretaries of Parent Associations/Parent-Teacher Associations in every district.

• The Citywide Council on High Schools (CCHS) – The CCHS advises and comments on educational or instructional policy involving students attending public high schools. There are ten elected members on the Citywide Council on High Schools, two from each borough. Each member must be the parent of a student attending public high school.

• The Citywide Council on English Language Learners (CCELL) – The CCELL advises and comments on policy involving students enrolled in English Language Learner (ELL) programs. There are nine elected members on the Citywide Council on English Language Learners. Each member must be the parent of a student receiving ELL instruction.

• The Citywide Council on Special Education (CCSE) – The CCSE advises and comments on services for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). There are nine elected members on the Citywide Council on Special Education. Each member must be the parent of a student with an IEP.

• The District 75 Citywide Council (D75 Council) – The Council advises and comments on educational policies that affect students with disabilities who attend D75 schools. There are nine elected members on the D75 Council. Each member must be the parent of a student enrolled in a D75 program.

Community and Citywide Council Members are elected to a two-year term. The election schedule for the 32 Community Education Councils, Citywide Council on High Schools, Citywide Council on English Language Learners, Citywide Council on Special Education, and District 75 Council will be as follows:

• May 18, 2011 through May 25, 2011 - All NYC public school parents can cast online advisory votes for Community and Citywide Education Council Candidates, by entering their child’s mailing zip code and OSIS number, which can be obtained from their child’s report card, ARIS, and parent coordinator, at www.powertotheparents.org.

• May 27, 2011 through June 3, 2011 - Presidents, Treasurers, and Recording Secretaries of Parent Associations and Parent Teacher Associations will vote to select the new Community and Citywide Education Council Members for 2011-2013.

• July 1, 2011 - Community and Citywide Education Council Members for 2011-2013 will be seated. The parent self-nomination period closed on April 22, 2011 for parents interested in running for a seat on a Council.

For more information on Community and Citywide Education Councils, visit http://www.powertotheparents.org, call OFIA at 212-374-4118, or call 311.


Contact: Natalie Ravitz / Deidrea Miller (212) 374-5141


Victoria Shklanko
Administrative Assistant
Citywide Council on Special Education
28-11 Queens Plaza North - Room 522
Long Island City, New York 11101
Phone No. (718) 391-8354
Fax No. (718) 391-8095
ccse@schools.nyc.gov


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Citywide-Council-on-Special-Education/185748948143313#!/pages/Citywide-Council-on-Special-Education/185748948143313?sk=wall

http://schools.nyc.gov/Offices/CEC/GPInformation/CitywideCouncilonSpecialEducation/default.htm 



Presidents’ Council

May Meeting

 

PLEASE NOTE:

The date has been changed!! ______________________

New date:

Thursday May 26, 2011
10:00am to 12:00pm

UFT

52 Broadway

New York, NY 10004

Shanker Hall, 2nd floor, room A and B

 

                        DIRECTIONS: 4,5 TRAIN TO WALL STREET.





Family Day May 21, 2011

New York City Program
Sprout
Activities for People with Developmental Disabilities

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