CEC Meeting Wednesday, June 6
The June CECD2 Calendar and Working Business Meetings is taking place on Wednesday, June 6 at 6:30 pm. The meetings will be held at 333 Seventh Ave between 28th and 29th Street in the 12th Floor Conference Room.
Additionally there will be resolutions on:
Attendance and Punctuality in Middle School Admissions
In Support of Improved Funding for Public Schools and In Support of Public Access to DOE and Charter School Data regarding PTA/PAs and Nonprofit Boards for Public District and Charter Schools
If you cannot attend the meeting you may send comments on any topic of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full Meeting Agenda
Working Business Meeting
Babysitting and light refreshments will be provided.
First Meeting of the Multilingual Committee, Tuesday, June 12, 6:30 pm
333 Seventh Ave between 28th and 29th Street
In the 7th PD Library
Introductions and committee background
DOE dual language program overview
Goals of the committee
Middle School Admissions Information Session Wednesday, June 13, 6 pm
The Office of Enrollment and District 2 staff will present about the middle school admissions process for parents and guardians of current 4th graders. The session will be held at PS 59, 233 East 56th Street. This event is adults only and limited to parents and guardians of current 4th graders.
Diversity Committee Meeting, Monday, June 18, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
The Clinton School Library
10 E. 15th Street
Laundry City Performance
"Over 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, New York City is one of the most segregated school districts in the United States. Conceived, written, and performed by NYC Public High School students, LAUNDRY CITY is a hilarious and provocative exploration of what “Separate but Equal” means to us today."
Learning Disabilities: What are the Signs and How to Advocate for Your Child
Monday, June 4, 6:30 pm
PS 130 Auditorium
Download a PDF of the presentation from the event.
Petition to Support Expansion of Dual Language Programs
If you agree that every student in New York City should have a chance to receive the gift of bilingualism, sign this petition to the Department of Education.