Links were updated as of 3/16/2020
These museums offer some virtual visits.
Check them out with your children!
Scholastic is offering some free e-learning
for your home stay. Check it our here.
The NYC DOE has created this package of activities
you can do at home with your children.
There are activities for early childhood
through high school, and they are
primarily activity based, so they do not require
you to act as the teacher.
You will need access to a device larger
than a phone for some activities,
and others will require the printing of materials.
The New York Public Libraries are closed
until the end of the month.
Scholastic is one of the largest publishers of
children's books, and also has books
organized on their website by reading level.
If you do not have enough books at home, this can
be an easier resource than other online sites
such as Amazon since the books are organized
by level. Click here to go directly to the
leveled books section of their site.
Please see your child's teacher if you don't
remember your child's current reading level.
As a reminder, a child's assessed reading level is
just a guide. Children should read books that
interest them as long as they are readable. For example,
if a child was assessed at level R, then they should be
free to read books at levels O, P, Q, S, and maybe
even T. Keep in mind that books that are too easy will
not help a child advance their skills, while books that
are too difficult may cause frustration
and also impede advancement.
To learn more about P.S. 111 After School Programming by KING click here.
CEC D2 UpDATES
CEC D2 Town Hall Meeting with Chancellor Richard A. Carranza
March 10 - POSTPONED
MS131 - 100 Hester Street - Auditorium
New York, NY 10002
Doors will open at 5:30PM
Chancellor is expected to speak during the hours of 6:30PM-7:30PM
Please click on one of the attached flyers in English, Spanish, or Chinese for more information