Dear Parent Leaders,
We are excited to share with you news about our annual Summer Meals program for all New York City children. The Summer Meals program is crucial to ensuring that New York City children are well fed beyond the end of the instructional year.
Summer Meals provides free, healthy breakfast and lunch to all children—regardless of New York City residency—ages 18 and under at hundreds of locations around the City. Children do not need to register or show any kind of documentation or ID to enjoy a delicious meal.
This year’s Summer Meals program will launch on Saturday, June 27, one day after the last day of school for New York City students. Starting June 27, breakfast and lunch will be available at hundreds of public schools, community pool centers, NYCHA complexes, libraries, and other locations throughout the five boroughs and spread across neighborhoods. Additionally, there will be four mobile food trucks offering meals seven days a week throughout the summer at locations frequently visited by children and families.
We encourage you to share this multilingual flyer about our Summer Meals Program with your constituents. Schools were also encouraged to distribute this flyer, which provides information on the program, including our first-ever, free SchoolFood App (for both Apple & Android), an easy way for families to locate Summer Meals sites near them. Families can download the free app by searching “SchoolFood” in the app store. Families can also find locations by visiting schoolfoodnyc.org, texting “NYCMEALS” to 877-877, or via 311.
Thank you for partnering with us to make the Summer Meals program a resounding success for our children and families.
Division of Family and Community Engagement
Dear Parent Leaders,
We look forward to working with you throughout the 2015-2016 school year.
Please note our new address below.
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Taft Educational Campus
240 East 172nd Street,
Bronx, NY 10457
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Northern Manhattan Fellowship Grant Application Available Now!
The Northern Manhattan Fellowship Is Looking To Give Grants Ranging From $1,000-$1,500 To Organizations Serving Youth Ages 6 To 21 In Northern Manhattan.
GRANTS CAN BE USED FOR:
Innovative And Sustainable Youth-Centered Programming
Operational Needs For Youth Focused Organizations Or Programs
The website to download the application and to view the RFP is: www.northernmanhattanfellowship.org/grant
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Elected and appointed Community and Citywide Education Council Members for the 2015-2017 term will take office on July 1, 2015.
The application period ended on February 18, 2015. However, you can still submit a late application in one of three ways:
Interpretation services will be provided in over 200 languages for the over-the-phone and in-person options.
Review our Kindergarten Directories to make your list of choices. The Directories are available online, and at local elementary schools and at Family Welcome Centers. Translated versions are available online, in nine languages.
For a list of new schools opening in the 2015-16 school year, click here.
Attention Rising High School Seniors!
Applications are now available to apply to serve as the
High School Student Council Member on the CEC3
for the 2015- 2016 School Year!
ELL Seat Open on the CEC3 Council - Apply Today!
For more information, contact the CEC3 Office.
ELL Open Seat en el Consejo CEC3 - Aplique hoy!
Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto con la Oficina CEC3.
ELL Seat Ouvert le Conseil CEC3 - Appliquer Aujourd'hui!
Pour plus d'informations, communiquez avec le Bureau CEC3.
CEC Vacancy Application
Welcome and Congratulations
to the Newly Elected Officers
for the 2015-2017 CEC3!
Nan Eileen Mead
1st Vice President
Zoe G. Foundotos
2nd Vice President