The following is a list of resources that Parents, Guardians, and students will find useful.

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NewYork-Presbyterian School-Based Health Center  The NewYork-Presbyterian School-Based Health Center is located at your child's school and is open year-round to provide students with free, on-site access to comprehensive medical and mental health care and a diverse array of health education and health promotion services. To learn more about us, make an appointment or complete an enrollment form. 
DOE Student Accounts The DOE has created student accounts for every single NYC public school student. The account gives each student access to TeachHub, which offers a variety of educational applications. Sign up now! 
For Parents and Families This extensive DOE web site yields a wealth of information for Parents and Families for grades 6 - 12.  
TMA/ NYC Dept of Education Revised Remote Learning Grading Policy – May 2020  With our transition to Remote Learning (Online Learning) for the remainder of the school year, the NYC Department of Education released guidance on how final grades will be recorded for this school year. We have included 1-page summaries of the revised grading policy for each of the grades. Please review the policy closely. If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Amoakoa, our Parent Coordinator for additional clarity. Also, please be on the lookout for future Parent/Family Meetings that will be shared via our text message, emails and phone blasts.  
Google Classroom Tutorial for Students and Parents Learn how to log in to your teachers' Google Classroom Class 
College Now At City College College Now at CCNY allows qualified New York City public high school students to enroll in courses that earn college credit and provides academic enrichment. 
Crisis Support Resources for Families A guide for parents to help their child cope with a traumatic event  
The Office of State Assessment (OSA) High School Regents and Intermediate Level Assessment Preparation 
Khan Academy SAT Preparation Taking the SAT on November 3, 2018 or later? Click here to pratice. 
Khan Academy: a personalized learning resource for all ages Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. 
PupilPath Log in to track your student's progress. 
College and Career Planning The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. 
High School Graduation Requirements Learn the requirements for all three types of diplomas. 
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