• Education Records Organizer Workshop P373R at EEC, 5/21

    Presented by Parent to Parent of NYS! Please join us on 5/21 at 9am at our Early Explorers Campus (EEC), 10 Elm St. 10310.

    This free workshop is designed to help parents and guardians organize their education records.

    We will provide a free binder, dividers and tote bag! Every participant will receive a free raffle ticket for a prize!

    Please see the attached to register to attend or email

    Thank you!


  • P373R Sensory Night 4/18

    We are so happy and excited to announce our 1st P373R Family Sensory Night, Exploring Through the Senses! It will be held on Thursday, April 18 from 4:30pm- 6pm at our Main site, 91 Henderson Ave. 10301.

    We will be having demonstrations by Musical IQ and Just Fun for Kids! Join us for sensory stations, music, drumming, an interactive bubble show, free giveaways and so much more!

    Please see the attached and scan the QR code to register.

    For any questions, contact Julia Luppino, Parent Coordinator at or call 718-816-8897.

    We are looking forward to seeing you!

  • Understanding Related Services Recommendations on the IEP 4/8

    We are excited to invite you to our Beyond Access Series (BAS) online event, specifically designed for families of students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). This is a free online event, and all family members are welcome to attend to learn about related services, including Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Counseling, and Assistive Technology.


    Beyond Access Series Online Event Details

    Date: Monday, April 8, 2024

    Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

    Topic: Understanding Related Services Recommendations on the IEP


    Language Access: Spanish, Mandarin, and Haitian Creole-speaking families will have access to interpreters via a conference call line. American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters will also be available. 


    Hosted by: NYCPS Special Education Office

    Registration Link: Zoom


    What we will talk about

    • Understanding Related Services: Learn about the most common related services, including occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, counseling, and assistive technology, that support students in reaching their educational goals and accessing the curriculum.
    • Implementing and Best Practices: Discover insights into collaborating with the IEP team about the goals, benefits, and helpful approaches to ensuring the recommended services support your child's educational journey.
    • Accessing Support & Resources: Learn how to access support.

    How to register for this free online event

    Click the red button to start the quick registration process and reserve your spot today.

    Language Access

    During this online event, Spanish, Mandarin, and Haitian Creole-speaking families will have access to interpreters via a conference call line. American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters will also be available.

    Spanish Language Line 

    Telephone #: 1 347-966-4114

    Phone conference ID: 524 319 448# 

    Mandarin Language Line 

    Telephone #: 1 347-966-4114

    Phone conference ID: 275 225 579# 

    Haitian Creole Language Line 

    Telephone #: 1 347-966-4114

    Phone conference ID: 348 178 226# 

    Upcoming online events

    To view and register for BAS online events, please click here.

    Registration Support

    To ensure you can join this online event without issues, please try the test link with the device you plan to use for attending. Remember, this test link is different from the actual event link. You will receive the event link by email. For questions regarding registering for this BAS online event, please email us at

    Share this email with the family of a child with a disability

    Thank you for registering for this BAS event. Your participation is important to us, and we are eager to welcome you and your family. Feel free to share this invitation with other families who might benefit from learning more about special education.

    Register Here

    Thank you.

    Special Education Office

    New York City Public Schools (NYCPS)

  • NYCPS Letter to Families Regarding Solar Eclipse

    Please see attached memo from NYCPS in regard to Solar Eclipse n Monday April 8th 

  • 373R Families

    Good morning 373R Families,

    All Children & members of our school community are safe. All locations were not affected in any way by what we felt. Some phone lines were down but are quickly being restored.

  • Understanding the IEP Zoom Workshop, 5/30

    Understanding Your Child's IEPDate: May 30, 2024Time: 6:30 pm- 7:30 pmHost: P373RHost Contact: Julia Luppino / Address: Online WorkshopEducator(s): Ruth DiRomaLanguage: English (with Spanish interpretation)Zoom Support: TBDRegistration Link: English-

  • D75 Parent Peer Group meeting 4/13

    Please join the D75 Parent Peer Group meeting at D75 Office, 400 1st Ave. 10010, on 4/13 from 10am- 1pm.

    Childcare will be available and lunch will be provided. Parent must register to attend.

    Please see the attached for more details and the link to register.

    Thank you!

  • April Business & Calendar meeting CCD75

    Please see the attached.

    Thank you!

  • Summer Rising- K-8th Grade Students

    Please see the attached Summer Rising flyers!

    Thank you!

  • CCD75 Busing Committee meeting on 3/25 @6pm

    Please join the CCD75 Busing Committee meeting on 3/25 @6pm.
    Please see the attached for more details and the link to join the meeting.
    We look forward to seeing you.

    Thank you, 
    The Citywide Council for District 75

    400 First Avenue, Room 714

    New York, New York 10010

    Office: 212-802-1542 Fax: 718-752-7399


    Web Site:  

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We will embrace all identities, abilities and cultures and provide each member of the community with the support they need to achieve success. We will educate through a unique lens that sees all students as individuals while fostering a sense of belonging in our community. We subscribe to the belief that cultural inclusivity is essential for academic, social and emotional development for all.