Welcome families!

We hope that you are all doing well during this unprecedented time. We are all here to support your learning and ensure that we move forward with the least disruption possible.


Grades will still be posted on Pupilpath, as usual. Here is a Pupilpath tutorial if you are not signed up yet.

Please remember that although we are all not at school in the physical, the expectation is that we continue learning, check our emails daily and meet all deadlines. Please feel free to reach out to your teachers at any time with any questions or concerns through Pupilpath or Google Classroom.

Families, students and teachers are encouraged to regularly visit schools.nyc.gov/learnathome to access the most current learning resources and important information for engaging in remote instruction.

We look forward to working with you again, students! Be safe, be kind and take care of your family and your community!

Student and Parent Checklists for Remote Learning


Student Checklist

  • I am registered on PupilPath

  • I have access to my @nycstudent.net gmail account

  • I have access to google classroom & classroom codes

  • I have viewed my schedule on Google Classroom and I know when my teachers are available

  • I have downloaded google classroom & gmail apps to my phone


Parent Checklist​

  • I am registered on PupilPath

  • I know how to contact my child's teachers through PupilPath

  • I have reviewed my child's online schedule/routine

  • I have check my child's grades to make sure they are doing their work.

Supports & FAQ for Staff and Students


During this time, staff is doing everything we can to support you academically and emotionally during the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some helpful resources that can help everyone get through this together.

Here are Resources for Mental Health and Talking to Young People About COVID-19:



Are schools open right now? 

As of right now, NYC public schools are closed for the rest of the school year. No classes are taking place inside schools. Families will be able access food at designated school sites.


Should I go outside during this time?

We are advising all students and families to practice “social distancing.” If you must go outside, stay at least six feet away from others whenever possible. When you return from outside, wipe down all groceries and/or necessities with anti-bacterial wipes. Continue washing hands throughout the day with soap and water. When soap and water is not available, use hand sanitizer.

We don’t have access to enough food, what should I do? 

  • The New York City Department of Education is committed to making free meals available daily for any New Yorker. Any New Yorker who wants one can get free meals at more than 400 Meal Hubs across the city. Click here to find a hub.

    • Meals can be picked up at all Meal Hubs 7:30 am to 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday

    • Meals Hubs will operate for children and families from 7:30 am to 11:30 am, and for adults from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

      • No one will be turned away at any time

      • All adults and children can pick up multiple meals at one time

      • Vegetarian and halal options available at all sites

    • No dining space is available, so meals must be eaten off premises

    • Parents and guardians may pick up meals for their children

    • No registration or ID required

  • Additionally the Food Bank will be providing emergency food at various locations, call the Food Bank at 212-566-7855. 

  • Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits The Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 authorized the payment of P-EBT food benefits to households with children who would have received free or reduced-price school meals under the National School Lunch Act, if not for a school closure. These temporary food benefits are to help cover the cost of meals children would otherwise would have received at school.

We need help with technology. Who can we contact?

Call 718-935-5100.


I don’t have access to WIFI, what should I do? 

Free internet service for "eligible households" from Spectrum and Optimum.  Telecommunication companies have guaranteed us that no internet service will be cut off due to inability to pay at this time.


SPECTRUM: 1-844-488-8395

OPTIMUM:  1- 866-200-9522 to enroll in Optimum region


Optimum information:


Optimum is committed to helping schools and students stay connected during this unprecedented time. For households with K-12 and/or college students who may be displaced due to school closures and who do not currently have home internet access, we are offering our Altice Advantage 30 Mbps broadband solution for free for 60 days to any new customer household within our footprint.


I don’t have a computer at home, what should I do?

All families should complete this survey. The Department of Education has partnered with various companies to provide free devices to students. The Department of Education will have pickup locations for families. Once the survey is complete, the Department of Education will communicate with families regarding when the device is ready to be picked up.


What staff member can I contact for help academically?

Students should outreach to the teacher of the class they are having difficulty understanding or completing work for. 


I have an IEP, what services do I receive?

Special Education teachers will be conducting outreach to all students with IEPs to ensure you are getting the support you need. Related services such as speech therapy and counseling will be provided virtually with your permission. If you have an IEP and have questions related to your IEP during this time, contact us.


I’m feeling anxious and need someone to talk to, who should I contact? 

Students can contact their school counselor if you are feeling anxious and need someone to talk to for advice or help. Please email your grade level counselor or Mr. George to set up a time to talk, or contact them through Pupilpath.


I want to seek mental health support, where should I go?


We are worried about losing our apartment or home. What should we do?

Contact the Tenants Rights Hotline at 212-979-0611 (English and Spanish). More info here.


For families that are displaced and require housing shelter, visit https://www1.nyc.gov/site/mopd/resources/homeless-prevention-shelters.page for more options.

For Unaccompanied Youth in need of shelter, the following drop-in centers provide meals, shelter and support. You can walk-in:


If I am feeling unsafe in my home, what can I do?

If you are feeling unsafe in your home, there are several actions that you can take. You can reach out to any of the City agencies below and let them know your concerns.

  • Call 311 or 911 Police department

  • Call SCR (ACS) General Public Hotline: 1(800) 342-3720


Someone I know is experiencing domestic violence and doesn’t feel safe, where can they go?

Domestic Violence shelters and supports can be found here: https://www.safehorizon.org/emergency/


31-51 21st Street, Long Island City, NY 11106


Phone   718-274-8316


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