The New York City Department of Education is committed to making three free meals available daily for all NYC children.
In order to successfully fight COVID-19, our first responders, health care providers, transit workers, and other key personnel must be able to come to work. As a result, the New York City Department of Education has created Regional Enrichment Centers—places where the children of these front-line workers can be safely cared for while their parents continue to serve the city in this time of need.
Staffed by DOE employees and community-based organization partners, the centers will provide children with three daily hot meals, remote learning time with their teachers, activities like art, music, and physical education, and social and emotional support.
Beginning Monday, March 23, Regional Enrichment Centers are opening across every borough, with at least two sites in every school district. Our 1919 Prospect location has been identified as one of these centers.
More details are provided here:
CACPCS's High School Coordinator will be reaching out to the family of each 8th grader to confirm their offers and answer any questions about the process of accepting offers during the week of March 23rd. Offer letters include:
Here is what 8th grade families should do next:
Schools will be in touch directly if they can make you a waitlist offer; you will have one week to accept or decline it. High schools' waitlists close at the end of July.
If you have questions, do not hesitate to reach out by calling the Main Office, but again our High School Coordinator will be reaching out to each family during the week of March 23, 2020.