Mandated Flu Awareness Posters for Schools

Pursuant to Section 613 of the New York State Public Health Law, all schools are now required to post flu educational material in plain view throughout the school building. You should print and post these fliers in places where students’ families can see them, such as drop-off entrances and exits. You can also email or backpack these fliers home to families. For questions, email  

Here are the links to open the PDF files in different languages:

EnglishSpanishChineseBengaliRussianUrduArabicHaitian CreoleKorean, and French.

Wide Open Schools Family Resources

The Wide Open School website provides learning activities for students to complete independently at home, or with their families. Activities are available in all subjects and grades, and in all languages via Google Translate. Families can use the information to do the following:

  • Access an overview of the units their children are studying throughout the year, in grades K-8; high school units will be added soon.
  • Engage with their child on what is taught at school;
  • Find support for learning at home, like tips for keeping children focused, as well as information about using online learning tools;
  • Assist with conversations at parent-teacher conferences;
  • Locate afterschool activities.

Parents of Students with IEPs

IEP information in NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is available again for families after previously being removed from the application.

By registering for a NYC Schools Account (“NYCSA”), parents and guardians can view student report card grades, attendance, class schedules, health data, assessment data, graduation and promotion status, transportation information, and authorized guardian contact information. This application can be accessed through any Internet-connected device (such as a computer or smartphone) by visiting, the NYCSA home page. It is available in ten languages.