NYC DOE Resources and Websites :
New York City Schools Account (NYCSA):
Link to sign in: https://www.schoolsaccount.nyc/
Link to sign up for P.S.315 : https://www.classdojo.com/invite/?s=534212b756414ae408005601
Please follow the instructions below to access Google Classroom using your nycstudents.net login.
Where to start:
1. Go to TeachHub: https://teachhub.schools.nyc/Home/Index
2. Enter your DOE student account email (it ends in @nycstudents.net)
If you don't know your DOE student account email, visit DOE Student Accounts
3. Enter your password.
4. Click Sign In.
If the username and password entered are correct, you will be signed into the remote learning portal successfully.
5. Click on the Google Classroom icon. Now you are in Google Classroom!
NYC DOE Student Accounts:
Every New York City public school student has a DOE account. It is created automatically when you enroll in school. Your DOE account stays the same the entire time you are in school, and with it you can access all DOE technology platforms.
Platforms include: TeachHub, Google for Education, iLearnNYC, Microsoft Office, Zoom, and more.
NYC DOE Support Hub:
Quick Links for Families and Students about: Transportation, Metro Cards, NYC Schools Account (NYCSA), iPads and Laptops & Digital Citizenship
NYC families can use MySchools to apply to public schools from 3-K to high school. Get started by creating an account. Then explore your children’s personalized school options and get guidance on the admissions process from start to finish.
NYC DOE School Food:
The New York City Department of Education offers free breakfast, lunch and afterschool meals to all NYC public school students during the school year.
Food Benefits: Learn about how to receive food benefits to children who miss school meals due to pandemic-related school closures.
Menus: Get monthly menus for your child so you can see what's for breakfast, lunch, after school and more.
Food Programs: We offer a variety of food service programs to students throughout the school day. See below for information on special programs, besides regular meals.
22K315 School Quality Report & Overview:
The DOE develops tools to help families and educators understand student achievement and school quality. The reports on this page provide information about school quality from multiple sources. These sources include feedback from students, teachers, and parents. Reports also include information from formal school visits and a variety of student achievement metrics.
District 22 Community School:
COVID-19 Resources, School/District Events, Email Blasts, and more.
How to Apply for Middle School:
Fall 2024 Admissions Timeline*
Below are the application open, close, and offer release dates. These dates are for students who are applying during the 2023-2024 school year for admission in the 2024-2025 school year.
*Please note: These dates are subject to change. Any changes will be announced and communicated directly to families. Sign up for updates here(Open external link).
Middle School Admissions
Wednesday, October 11, 2023: Middle School Application Opens
Friday, November 10, 2023: Deadline to register to test for Mark Twain I.S. 239 (21K239) and District 21 Talent Tests
Friday, December 8, 2023: Middle School Application Closes
Wednesday, April 3, 2024: Middle School Offer Release
Attend Admissions Events
Families of current fifth-grade students are invited to a live virtual information session about applying to middle school for fall 2024.
NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program:
The Program website is: https://nyckidsrise.org/save-for-college-program/
The NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program provides families, schools, and communities with a way to work together to save for their children’s futures. It’s a scholarship and savings program designed to make college and career training more accessible and achievable for all NYC public school students, starting in kindergarten—regardless of their family’s income or immigration status.
By providing upfront scholarships for every eligible student, tools and information for families to develop their own college and career savings plans, and a way for entire communities to invest in their children, the Save for College Program enables all of us to work together to build assets and support expectations of educational and economic success for every child.
Good news! If your child is eligible, they will be automatically enrolled in the Save for College Program unless you choose not to participate and opt out. As long as you take NO ACTION during the Opt-out Process, your child will be automatically enrolled and receive a free NYC Scholarship Account. If you do not wish to participate, please visit the NYC Department of Education website for more instructions on how to opt out at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/student-journey/college-and-career-planning/nyc-kids-rise-save-for-college-program
Speak to your school parent coordinator for more information. You may also email email@example.com with questions.