The New York City School Calendar provides information for parents and students who attend the New York City school system. New York City is one of the most diverse cities in the United States. Therefore it is recognized that although most students are English speaking, if not initially, they will be eventually but often, adult parents, guardians and caregivers may not always be clear with the English language and therefore may not be able to acquire the information needed from an English only informational calendar.
The New York City Department of Education is interested in keeping parents aware of what is happening with their students progress and so it provides it’s calendars in several different languages. Multilingual links to school calendar information can be located at the top of the home page. Simply select the language preferred at the top of the page and you will have access to the school calendar in whatever languages are available, that would be required to assist you in understanding what will be happening in your child’s school from day to day, month to month.
The NYC school calendars do not stop at day to day activities that will affect your child. There are many links to assist parents with the involvement of their children along side their educators to provide each child with the best possible educational and community experience.
You will also be able to keep up with how weather will affect your child’s school day, parent links that will provide personalized information with regard to your child’s personal progress, meal menu’s, testing dates, so that you will stay “in the know” so that your child will be prepared for an opportunity to achieve at their personal best. There’s even parental crisis resources if needed.
If you have a child or children in the New York City school system, you will always have the opportunity to remain completely involved with your child’s education and community experiences by using the New York City Department of Education Calendar as a valuable tool to work with not only your child’s educators, but the entire school system achieve their highest personal goals in their education.