Respect for All
What can you do about bullying? Whether your child is the target, or whether your child is the bully, this section will lead you to helpful resources.
We live in an age where we have to have best practices and protocols at school and at home for our children as it relates to internet safety.
We have provided some resources to help you get started on your journey to ensure that while your children are having fun online, they are also safe.
Family Guide to Student Social Media Guidelines: 12 and Younger
Family members are the best people to act as positive role models for the responsible use of social media.
This Parent and Family Guide was created to help you guide your children in using social media responsibly and effectively as described in the Student Social Media Guidelines: 12 and Younger.
IEP and School Applications
includeNYC put together an article for parents of students with IEPs who are searching for answers about the Middle School and High School application process.
The Department of Education uses a formula in middle school and high school admissions to make sure schools set aside seats for students with disabilities (SWD). It's important that you know if your student can get one of the saved seats. Read more HERE
There are many reasons why students miss school when they don’t have to—struggling in the classroom, having trouble with bullies, or dealing with challenges at home. But when your child misses school for any reason, it becomes harder for them to succeed in school.