Still having trouble finding your DOE username/password?
It's very easy to access your student account.
You will need:
Date of Birth
Click the link below to get started!
Or Click the Video to watch a tutorial on retrieving your username and password:
Parents, now more than ever it is important to ensure your child's safety. To do this, we need your help. Please fill out the E-Blue Card so we have the most up to date information for your child.
At any time of year, for any reason, you can choose fully remote learning for your child. This means they would learn 100% remotely (all online, from home). Remote learning includes live interaction with teachers every day, and every class includes live instruction.
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You must fill out a health screening before entering the building. Please click on the link or scan this code with your phone to access the health screening.
Are you having trouble navigating online learning?
Whether you're in blended or remote learning, there is a major shift in the way we use technology to better serve the needs of our students. We want to make sure that when our students graduate, they are able to swiftly navigate online technologies such to ensure their continued academic success in high school and in the real world. This is why we've created the tech help center for students & families to recieve guidance in the form of quick tutorials. Here are just some of the things you might find help with in the tech help center:
How to log in to iLearn NYC
How to recover my DOE username and password
How to submit an assignment
How to use the iLearn NYC applications on my mobile device
How to get notifications of my child's posted work and grades
Respect for All in NYC Public Schools
Each student and staff member brings to our public school community the richness of our city’s cultural diversity and the desire for respect.
It is the policy of the Department to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying and from discrimination on account of actual or perceived race, color, citizenship/immigration status, religion, creed, national origin, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation or weight. The policy prohibits such behavior by students against other students and by staff against students.
Respect: esteem for or sense of worth or excellence of a person; proper acceptance or courtesy; regard for the dignity of another’s character; acknowledgment; the condition of being esteemed or honored; to show regard or consideration for another.
Such discrimination, harassment, intimidation and/or bullying is prohibited in school, during school hours, before or after school, while on school property, at school sponsored events, or while traveling on vehicles funded by the Department of Education.
It is also prohibited on other than school property when such behavior disrupts or would foreseeably disrupt the educational process or endangers or would foreseeably endanger the health, safety, morality or welfare of the school community.
A copy of Chancellor’s Regulations and the Discipline Code are available in the principal’s office and online at