MySchool allows families to explore schools and early childhood, middle school & high school programs, build an application, apply, get offers, and check waitlists. Families and students can search or explore school directories, and can create an account to access a personalized search and complete applications.

My Schools


The NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program provides families, schools, and communities with a way to work together to invest in and save for their children’s futures. It is a scholarship and savings program designed to make college and career training more accessible and achievable for public school students. It enables all of us to work together to build assets and support expectations of educational and economic success for every child.

NYC Kids Rise


Tech Hub is a portal to support students and teachers. The portal provides quick links to essential applications for remote learning, including:  iLearnNYC, the NYCDOE Learning Management System, Student report cards (available in the Student Documents icon), Student grades (available in MyDashboard - if published from DOE Grades),Multiple educational applications, G Suite, Microsoft O365, and Zoom (using secure central accounts)

Tech Hub


Parent University seeks to educate and empower families as partners, advocates, and lifelong educators in their student's education through free courses, resources, events, and activities. Parent University serves all families, from early childhood through adulthood. Even if you are not a parent, we encourage you to become involved with Parent University.  With an expanding course list Parent University is ready to support you. Register and enroll for a course today!

Parent University


In accordance with Chancellor’s Regulation A-801, the DOE provides transportation to all eligible New York City students in public, charter, and non-public schools. In partnership with the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and our school age and preschool bus companies, our mission is to ensure safe and reliable transportation to and from school. You can contact the DOE’s Office of Pupil Transport (OPT) for students in grades K-12 at 718-392-8855 or email us at

Office of Pupil Transportation


The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs' English Language Learning program.

We Speak NYC features civic-focused learning tools for English language learners and teachers.

We Speak


ENL Resources for ELL Parents and Students and Families


The Health Information Tool for Empowerment (HITE) is an online directory offering information on more than 6,000 health and social services available to low-income, uninsured, and underinsured individuals in New York City.  HITE helps connect users to vital community services quickly and easily.


Every Student, Every Day is a low-cost and scalable attendance strategy that any school can use to remove barriers to improved attendance. Every Student Every Day calls on schools to Define Clear Systems, Engage the Attendance Team, Personalize Student Interventions, and Draw on Community Resources

Every Student, Every Day



Beginning in the 2023–24 school year, we will be launching an initiative called NYC Reads. The goal is to ensure that all New York City students become strong readers, which is the single most important skill required for educational, career, and lifetime success. Based on extensive research, NYC Reads will ensure that pre-K and elementary school students receive the most effective reading instruction materials and methods.

NYC Reads

District 20 Parent Quick Tour

Greetings P.S./I.S. 192 Families,

The PTA would like to welcome you all to the 2023-2024 school year!

The purpose of the PTA is to support our families, staff, and most importantly our students.

Our main focus is to engage our school community and raise funds in order to conduct

activities and events for our students.

We would like to invite you to join our PTA because your involvement is so very important to the success of our school community. Our budget is based on fundraisers and donations.

We would like to request a donation per family, NOT per student, beginning at $5.00.

This is not a mandatory fee, however, you will be helping us start off the school year with a strong foundation that we can build on.

We are counting on your ideas and enthusiasm in order to make “your” PTA a success!


Nashwa Elsayed

Marcela Ichel

Dalia Salem

The New York City Department of Education offers free breakfast, lunch and afterschool meals to all NYC public school students during the school year.



Find below the link to create your child's NYCSA Account. If you haven't receive your child's creation code, please contact our school Parent Coordinator, Ms.Cisneros-Steinert at in a new browser tab for support. in a new browser tab

The NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) Portal will allow you to:

  • See your students grades, test scores and more in My Student
  • Take classes in Parent University
  • Report bullying
  • Access forms for your child


Reset your child's DOE account password

You can reset your student password easily by following these instructions:

  1. Click on Settings.
  2. Click on Student Password.
  3. Select the child whose password you want to update.
  4. Enter a new password. Your password must:
    • Contain between 8–32 characters.
    • Contain at least one number (0–9).
    • Contain at least one lowercase letter (a–z).
    • Contain at least one uppercase letter (A–Z).
  5. Retype the new password.
  6. Click on Save.
  7. That’s it! Your password has been reset.

Child Mind Institute

Transforming Children’s Mental Health

The Child Mind Institute is dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders by giving them the help they need to thrive.

We’re the leading independent nonprofit in children’s mental health, operating three Mission Areas that work together for greater impact: Care, Education and Science.

Dear Families: 

The results of the New York State English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics tests for students in grades 3–8 administered this past spring are now available. These tests are designed to provide a snapshot of how your child is performing against New York State Next Generation Learning Standards and expectations for their grade level.  It is important to remember that these tests are just one of several measures we use to assess student progress: grades, report cards, writing samples, projects, assignments, and other performance-based student work are equally important. 

You can access the results through the NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) portal on the “My Student” page (  Your account must be linked to your child in order to view this information. If you need support accessing the portal or would like to create an account, you can visit to learn more or contact our school’s parent coordinator Ms. Cisneros-Steinert.We will be glad to help you. 

Our staff is in the process of reviewing the results to help inform our planning throughout this school year. We will share more details on what this means for our school community later this fall. 

If you need any support accessing your child’s scores, please let us know. 




Mr. Colby Muscarelle


NIA Afterschool Enrollment Form

Dear Families,

Please make sure to fill out the enrollment form for the NIA Afterschool Program


NYC School Bus App Information

Dear Families,

NYC Public Schools has been working on a multi-year project to update NYC’s school
transportation system in partnership with Via, the leading provider of Transit Tech. This project
helps caregivers and schools with student transportation and improve the efficiency of busing
operations. The project will provide real-time bus location and data to all caregivers, students,
schools, school staff, school bus drivers, and school bus companies across NYC.
Your school has the technology to see the location of certain bus routes for arrival and
departure each day. As a next step, NYC Public Schools and Via would like to introduce the
NYC School Bus App and your student’s bus route has been selected to join!
You can download the App on your smartphone (iPhone or Android) from the App Store
(iPhone), Google Play store (Android), or visit on the web. In the
app you can see the location of your student’s bus in real time and track the journey to and from

In order to log into the app or the web app, you will need your NYCSA – credentials. If you need
support with your NYCSA account, please reach out to your student’s school’s or visit
If you have any questions about the app or would like to give feedback, please reach out to your
school’s transportation coordinator and they will support you!
In partnership,

NYC School Bus Project Team


 Via Expansion Parent Letter_Urdu.pdf  

Via Expansion Parent Letter_Spanish.pdf

 Via Expansion Parent Letter_Russian.pdf

 VIA expansion Parent Letter.pdf 

 2023 Via Expansion Parent Letter.pdf 

 Via Expansion Parent Letter_Bangla.pdf 







National and local NYC hotlines for resources, emotional support, and guidance for parents in crisis and in need of a knowledgeable and helpful listening ear.


Dear Families,
 "Turning Five: Moving from Preschool to Kindergarten for Students with Disabilities."
Thursday, February 8th 10 am - 11:30 am






Apply to 3-K, Pre-K, and Kindergarten for the 2024-2025 School Year!


PS + You from Chancellor David C. Banks, focused on 3-K, Pre-K, and Kindergarten enrollment. Banner images show young students at school.


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Apply to 3-K, Pre-K, and Kindergarten for the 2024-2025 School Year!

Dear New Yorkers,

It’s only the first month of 2024, but we’re already thinking ahead to September and the start of next school year, when we’ll welcome approximately 150,000 3-K, Pre-K and Kindergarten students into our classrooms.

For families with students turning three, four, or five this calendar year, you have a wide range of options. Consider Kindergarten as an example. From Gifted and Talented Kindergarten programs in every district to dual language programs in 12 different languages, there are so many opportunities to explore. This September, we are opening new elementary schools with dual language programs in Arabic, Mandarin, and Spanish and our first-ever Montessori district public school. You can learn more about these Kindergarten options on our website.

Our 3-K and Pre-K portfolio is equally rich. We provide programs in district schools, community-based organizations, family childcare centers, and more. Pre-K also offers dual language programs in 12 languages, and eligible families have the option of both extended day and year-round 3-K and Pre-K programming.

At NYC Public Schools, we value choice—that’s why families can list up to 12 programs on their applications. Since we do our best to match your child to your top preference, it's critical to ensure the order of your program list matches your true preferences. Typically, about 95% of our Kindergarten applicants are placed into one of their three highest-ranked programs!

Now is the time to start preparing for the upcoming school year. For our families with students entering 3-K, Pre-K, or Kindergarten, I encourage you to review the application process on our website. Kindergarten applications for the 2024-2025 school year are due January 19, and 3-K and Pre-K applications just opened earlier this week. (If you need a seat for your child for the remainder of this school year, visit our website or contact a Family Welcome Center for support.)

We look forward to welcoming your children to our schools this fall!

Soaring high,


David C. Banks



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