For Wagner Seniors

May 26, 2020
Reminder of email that went out regarding Senior Graduation and Activities (below). *Update: Links went live today, Tuesday, May 28th. 

Senior Activities and Graduation Letter

No remote learning (no school) on the following dates: 

*June 4th - Professional Learning Day 
*June 9th - Clerical Day
Reminder: The Celebration of Learning link will be available until May 31st:
Please remind your children that they must report their attendance on Wellness Wednesdays. 
DOE put together translated google classroom tutorials for families in multiple languages. 

Powering Through: Piloting the Emotional Waves of the Pandemic

1 Hour Webinar: 


Thu, May 28, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT



Join us for the CECD2

Students with Disabilities
Committee Meeting
Friday, May 29, 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Join Zoom Meeting here:

Meeting ID: 222 868 5859
Password: SwDinNYC

For phone in, find your local number here:

Public meeting, open to all.

We will focus on support for your child over the summer and what to expect in the fall.

● Share stories
● Connect
● What is working?
● What is not?
● How can we help?
● Resources
● And so much more...

For questions, please contact Committee Chair Emily Hellstrom at

NYPL Joins with Brainfuse to help support students (FREE Online tutoring):

Free Virtual Visit to Henry Street & Museum at Eldridge Street:

Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at 2:00 pm

Where can new immigrants turn for help? Where do they find community? What safety nets are available in times of need?

For millions of immigrants arriving to the Lower East Side at the turn of the 20th century, they found themselves asking these same questions. Neighborhood institutions offered an array of resources, advice, and communal support to newcomers navigating their new lives in America.

Join us for a virtual visit to the Lower East Side! First we’ll take a peek inside the breathtaking main sanctuary at the  Museum at Eldridge Street and learn more about the community who worshipped there. Then we’ll tour the Henry Street Settlement to learn about the pioneering work of Nurse Lillian Wald and the support she provided to the community during the Progressive Era. 

*Designed for students in grades 4-8 and their families.

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