Important Information from the Chancellor

Dear Parents and Families, On Thursday, a physician residing in Manhattan who had recently worked with patients in Guinea developed a fever. EMS was contacted and the doctor was taken to Bellevue Hospital, where a diagnosis of Ebola was confirmed. This is the first case of Ebola in New York City. The New York CityContinue reading “Important Information from the Chancellor”

Message From The Chancellor

February 20, 2013 Dear Parents, I’m writing to inform you that school bus service resumed today, Wednesday, February 20. I am pleased to welcome drivers and matrons, who provide critical transportation services for our students, back to work. Last week, the City accepted a significant number of bids on school-age bus contracts for the firstContinue reading “Message From The Chancellor”

Update on Possible Bus Strike

  Update from Chancello Dennis M. Walcott: January 4, 2013 Dear Parents and Guardians, I want to update you on the possibility of disruption in yellow bus service, which may impact your child. I am deeply concerned about the impact of a strike on our students and families and want to make sure you areContinue reading “Update on Possible Bus Strike”