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  • ✨ Who else is ready for #SpringBreak? ✨ Classes resume Monday, April 29.
  • 🆕 NYC families! #MiddleSchool admissions offer letters are now available to view in 🔹 Your child's offer letter includes their admissions results: the school where they have an offer to attend middle school this fall, information on next steps and how to submit an appeal. 🔹 Don't have a MySchools account? You can also find out about your child's offer by talking to their elementary school counselor or visiting a Family Welcome Center:
  • 🔶 Kindergarten offers are here! 🔶 If you applied to kindergarten by the January 22 deadline, you can view your child's kindergarten offer letter now in You will also receive a printed copy of your offer letter in the mail next week. 🔶 Your letter will also include information on pre-registering to accept your child’s offer by Friday, May 3.
  • 🔸 Recognizing the achievements of women in all facets of life – science, community, government, literature, art, sports, medicine, and more! – has a huge impact on the development of new opportunities for girls and young women. 🔸 Meet today’s #DOESHEroes: Linda P. Chen,  Chief Academic Officer. In her own words: “Young women in our system need to be able to see and aspire to someone who looks like them. I do know that when I go into schools it allows our young women to look at this role differently. Time and again as the cabinet has been together in public spaces, to have a parent say ‘the diversity you have is exactly what we need’ is very affirming. People notice that.”
  • Meet today’s #DOESHEroes: LaShawn Robinson, Deputy Chancellor of School Climate and Wellness. In her own words: “I like to think of myself as a role model for young women who attend our schools every day. To let them know I come from Brooklyn and attended school in D13, and young women can be anything they want to be—even Deputy Chancellor. And I look forward every day to being their voice at the table.”
  • 🔸 March is the month where we learn about all manner of female history-makers, from the big names to the unsung heroes. It's #WomensHistoryMonth. It’s #DOESHEroes month. 🔸 Meet Hydra Mendoza, Deputy Chancellor of Community Empowerment, Partnerships, and Communications. In her own words: “As the newest member of the Cabinet, I felt very welcomed. I think what we’re trying to build as women in this community and the collaborative work we want to generate, that comes through the respect that we have for each other and the support that we provide to each other. We have each other’s back, and that’s what it feels like. We’re not going to let the other women in this space fall.”

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