Parent Support

Parent Coordinator
Vazquez Jose A
Phone: 347-563-5166
PTA
PA President: Gloria Corsino
Visit the parent portal to access information about instructional programs, enrollment procedures, DOE rules and regulations, health and support services, as well as news and other resources.
Parent Coordinator:   Jose A. Vazquez    347-563-5166

 

Calling all scarecrow enthusiasts!  On Saturday, October 30th, NYC Parks will host our annual Pumpkin Festival in Central Park, a family-friendly event that celebrates the fall harvest season.  One of the highlights of the event will be the third annual Citywide Scarecrow Design Competition, featuring up to 200 scarecrows prominently displayed at Bethesda Fountain in Central Park. See link below.

Scarecrow Email Outreach Letter

UCP/NYC’s Access to Home Program

Providing free home modifications to make homes and apartments accessible for seniors, veterans and individuals with disabilities residing in the Bronx and Staten Island.

 For more information, please contact Jillian Barovick at

212-979-9700, ext 321 or jbarovick@ucpnyc.org

 




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Disability Rights

NYLPI’s Disability Law Center (DLC) works to promote and protect the civil rights of people with disabilities, advocating for better programs and policies in public schools, less restrictive residential opportunities, and access to public services and all venues across New York City. To achieve these ends, the DLC’s team of attorneys, advocates and organizers engages in impact litigation, advocates for systemic change and provides trainings for people with disabilities and their families.

NYLPI also serves as New York City’s federally designation Protection and Advocacy Agency, charged with defending the interests of people with disabilities.

The DLC’s work spans three main program areas:

  • The Education Program represents parents and children with disabilities trying to secure appropriate, integrated special educational opportunities
  • The Deinstitutionalization Program addresses the needs of adults who are or have been institutionalized, as well as those of children in foster care
  • The Opportunity and Access Program fights for equal access for people with disabilities to a range of municipal services and activities including public transportation, housing, businesses, voting, police protection, and medical care and equipment



Apply for Free or Reduced Price School Meals!

School MealsSubmit the School Meals Application today. Go to www.nyc.gov/accessnyc and complete the online application. Your child(ren) may be eligible for free or reduced price meals.

Families can also complete a paper application. Any questions about the application can be sent in an email to OSFCompliance@schools.nyc.gov or by calling the Office of SchoolFood Help Desk at (718) 707-4400.

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