• “After six months as your @NYCSchools Chancellor, I feel enormous gratitude to all of you as we approach the end of the school year. In that short period of time, you have all helped me to begin to realize my vision of empowering our families to be genuine partners in the decisions we make together for our students. Your input is shaping everything we are doing in our schools, and we can all see the difference! On behalf of the NYC Department of Education, have a safe and fun summer—the best is yet to come as we advance toward the 2022–23 school year!” Read the Chancellor’s end of the year message to families at
  • 🆕 New York City teens ages 14 – 19 are invited to get active this summer with free access to @PlanetFitness clubs across the five boroughs, through August 31! 

🤸🏿 Sign up for your free High School Summer Pass and learn more about the program by visiting
  • 🆕 We just announced the winners of the tenth annual Big Apple Awards, honoring 20 exemplary educators for their leadership, demonstrated dedication to their students, and contributions to their school community!

The Big Apple Awards is a citywide recognition program celebrating New York City public school teachers, who were directly nominated by district leaders and principals. This year’s outstanding award winners include 13 classroom teachers, 4 arts teachers, a pre-K teacher, a physical education teacher, and a charter school recipient. 

🍎 Meet this year’s recipients: | #ThankATeacherNYC
  • ✨ This year’s Yankees-Stonewall Scholars were surprised via Zoom by members of @NYCschools, @theStonewallinn, and @Yankees Senior Executives! ✨ We look forward to honoring the scholars at the Stadium tomorrow night in celebration of New York's Legacy of Pride! #PrideMonth #NYCSchoolsPride
  • 🗓️ REMINDER: NYC public schools and DOE offices will be closed on Monday, June 20, 2022 in observance of #Juneteenth.

Learn more at
  • #PSArt2022 is an annual celebration of achievement in the arts in @NYCschools. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the exhibition and the fifteenth year it is hosted at The @MetMuseum. This juried exhibition of 122 works of art by talented young artists showcases the creativity of prekindergarten through grade 12 students from all five boroughs, including students from District 75. The exhibition consists of collages, drawings, mixed-media works, paintings, photographs, prints, and sculpture [➡️ swipe]. Each work of art demonstrates personal expression, imaginative use of media, the results of close observation, and an understanding of artistic processes.

📍 On view at #TheMet Fifth Avenue in the Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education.
  • ➡️ Join us for a high school virtual event on 6/15, 6/16, or 6/21 to learn about offers and waitlists! Find event times and how to join at
  • The Gifted & Talented (G&T) application deadline has been extended! Families now have until June 17 to submit their application. Learn more at
  • High school offers are here! You can view your offer letter now at Don’t have a MySchools account? Talk to your school counselor or learn more at