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Covid Vaccine For youths 

Vaccination sites

Vaccination sites for 12+. Vaccination is free. No insurance is required. No questions asked on immigration status. 

There are many sites with walk-in’s available and you can also make an appointment. For children under 18, a parent / guardian must consent in-person or by phone, and for 15 and a caregiver must be present. Pfizer is the only vaccine approved for children under 18.

You can make an appointment at You can also find sites that accept walk-in’s


Welcome to our COVID response page. Below you’ll find all the critical information about how school  is changing the way we operate to reduce the risk of COVID infection.

We are doing everything we can to make sure staff, students, and families are safe.

Key Contacts

If you have any questions about the COVID-19 plan, 

Please Contact the Staff listed below 

School Supplies


If you show up on the first day with something to write with, something to write on, somewhere to put papers, 

Safety Information

Our school has implemented a number of changes to ensure everyone's safety.

Your Responsibilities

We have put safety procedures in place to keep our students and staff healthy. 

  • Masks: Masks must be worn at all times by all adults (teachers, staff, and visitors) and by students in grade 2 and up while in the building. The CDC does not recommend the use of gaiters or face shields. Evaluation of these face covers is on-going but effectiveness is unknown at this time..

  • Handwashing: Students and staff are expected to wash hands

Safety precautions taken by our school

In addition to asking everyone to wear masks, wash hands, and maintain social distancing, our school has taken several steps to improve the safety of our staff and students. These steps have been recommended by local health authorities to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and other illnesses. 

  • Changes in class sizes: We've reduced the average class size to allow for 3 ft distancing.

  • Improvements in ventilation: In an effort to maximize air circulation, we are opening windows whenever possible and have added industrial fans to high-traffic areas.

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Positive Cases of COVID-19 in Schools: Closure and Quarantine
If Someone in the School Community Feels Sick

We know how important it is to keep our schools and classrooms open for learning, and we have done everything we can to make sure our classrooms are equipped to be safe learning environments, including mandating that all staff are vaccinated and ensuring increased ventilation in all school buildings and classrooms. These measures will mean fewer disruptions in your child’s education.

There may be times when your child is asked to quarantine due to exposure to COVID-19. Here are the quarantine protocols for students:

Resources for Families
Technology: Getting a Device and Internet Access

We are committed to making sure that all students can successfully connect to online learning during their at-home learning days.

Please see the rest of this section for resources to get technology 

If you do not have your own device and do not have a DOE issued iPad, please fill out this form                                    to request one.  There is no assurance they will fulfill the request but submitting the form will at least put you on the list.

Resources for Families

We know that many families are struggling during this time, and we are here to help. 

  • We are providing free breakfast and lunch for all students during in-school days.

  • Please click below for additional resources 

Medically Necessary Instruction

Every year, there are some students with medical conditions that necessitate interim educational services outside of the school building. These services are offered for school-aged children (from 3K to grade 12) in all five boroughs, and can include individual in-person instruction by a certified teacher, or individual and small group instruction by certified teachers through digital platforms.


Taking COVID-19 into consideration, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) has determined that students who have one of the following conditions would be approved for medically necessary instruction: