Upcoming Events

  • July Annual and Calendar Meetings

    Please join us for CEC 20's Annual Meeting, followed by a Calendar Meeting.
     
    Topic: July Meeting
    Time: Jul 8, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
     
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    Community Education Council of District 20
  • Last Day to Submit Parent Survey

    Dear Parents,

    The District 20 Community Education Council (CEC) is collecting input from parents of students in District 20 schools related to remote learning to better understand the educational experiences of our students and parents. We would like to hear your thoughts and concerns about the remote learning experience. 

    If you are a parent with a child enrolled in a District 20 school, please use the link below to complete the survey by Wednesday, July 15, 2020.  This is a confidential and anonymous survey meant only for parents with children enrolled in District 20 schools.  

    Please complete one survey for each child you have enrolled in a District 20 school (i.e., if you have two children please complete the survey twice) so we can capture information about each child’s remote learning experience. This is a survey specifically focused on the learning experience of children in grades K through 8.  If you would like to provide information related to your teen’s high school experience, you can also submit a separate survey. 

    The collective results of this survey will be shared with the community, but individual surveys will remain confidential. If you would like to submit additional information or raise other concerns, you can contact the CEC directly at cec20@schools.nyc.gov

    Please share this message with other parents in District 20 so we can hear from as many voices as possible.

     English: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScS2T8ksoKDLvXWp5CIkMFewfbgOvyK-TEd3KWby1ypeHNJhA/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Thank you for your time and input,

    District 20 CEC

    ________________________________________________________________________

    Queridos padres,

    El Consejo de Educación de la Comunidad del Distrito 20 (CEC) está recolectando información de los padres de los estudiantes en las escuelas del Distrito 20 relacionadas con el aprendizaje remoto para comprender mejor las experiencias educativas de nuestros estudiantes y padres. Nos gustaría escuchar sus pensamientos y preocupaciones sobre la experiencia de aprendizaje remoto.

    Si usted es un padre con un niño inscrito en una escuela del Distrito 20, utilice el siguiente enlace para completar la encuesta antes del miércoles 15 de julio de 2020. Esta es una encuesta confidencial y anónima destinada solo a padres con niños inscritos en las escuelas del Distrito 20.

    Complete una encuesta por cada niño que se haya matriculado en una escuela del Distrito 20 (es decir, si tiene dos hijos, complete la encuesta dos veces) para que podamos capturar información sobre la experiencia de aprendizaje remoto de cada niño. Esta es una encuesta específicamente enfocada en la experiencia de aprendizaje de niños en los grados K a 8. Si desea proporcionar información relacionada con la experiencia de la escuela secundaria de su hijo adolescente, también puede enviar una encuesta por separado.

    Comparta este mensaje con otros padres en el Distrito 20 para que podamos escuchar tantas voces como sea posible.

    Español: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSek6accw6Q1RD2ZBupGJrDWFfw6WOAz6bQoEZvHOtuLAUSWHA/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Gracias por su tiempo y aporte,
    Distrito 20 CEC

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________

    亲爱的父母,
     
    20区社区教育委员会(CEC)正在收集来自20区学校的学生家长的有关远程学习的投入,以更好地了解我们的学生和家长的教育经历。 我们想听听您对远程学习体验的想法和关注。
     
    如果您是父母并有孩子进入20区学校就读,请使用下面的链接在2020年7月15日星期三之前完成调查。这是一项保密且匿名的调查,仅适用于有孩子在20区学校就读的父母。
     
    请为您在第20区学校注册的每个孩子填写一份调查(即,如果您有两个孩子,请完成两次调查),以便我们获取有关每个孩子的远程学习体验的信息。 这项调查专门针对K至8年级儿童的学习经历。如果您想提供与青少年的高中经历有关的信息,还可以提交单独的调查。
     
    请与20区的其他父母分享此消息,以便我们听到尽可能多的声音。

    中文: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7-93Em6DIloms6xs3fr4tTl30Cgzab7cLu06t9Z0z0333bg/viewform?usp=sf_link

    感谢您的时间和投入,
    CEC 20区

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________

    ملاحظة: لا تسمح هذه الصفحة بإجراء تغييرات على محاذاة النص
                                                                                                                                             الآباء الأعزاء،
     
    يقوم مجلس التعليم المجتمعي للمنطقة 20 (CEC) بجمع المدخلات من أولياء أمور الطلاب في مدارس المنطقة 20 المتعلقة بالتعلم عن بُعد لفهم التجارب التعليمية لطلابنا وأولياء الأمور بشكل أفضل. نود أن نسمع أفكارك ومخاوفك حول تجربة التعلم عن بعد.
     
    إذا كنت والدًا ولديك طفل مسجل في مدرسة المقاطعة 20 ، فيرجى استخدام الرابط أدناه لإكمال الاستطلاع بحلول الأربعاء 15 يوليو 2020. هذا استطلاع سري ومجهول مخصص فقط للآباء والأمهات الذين لديهم أطفال مسجلين في مدارس المنطقة 20
     
    يُرجى إكمال استطلاع واحد لكل طفل قمت بتسجيله في مدرسة المقاطعة 20 (أي إذا كان لديك طفلان ، فيرجى إكمال الاستبيان مرتين) حتى نتمكن من التقاط معلومات حول تجربة التعلم عن بعد لكل طفل. يركز هذا الاستبيان بشكل خاص على تجربة التعلم للأطفال في الصفوف من K إلى 8. 
    إذا كنت ترغب في تقديم معلومات تتعلق بتجربة المدرسة الثانوية للمراهق ، فيمكنك أيضًا إرسال استبيان منفصل.
     
    يرجى مشاركة هذه الرسالة مع الآباء الآخرين في المقاطعة 20 حتى نتمكن من الاستماع إلى أكبر عدد ممكن من الأصوات.
     
     
    شكلرا لك على وقتك والمدخله،
    المنطقة 20 CEC
    Community Education Council of District 20
  • Last day to apply to become a member of CEC 20

    The CEC has voted to reopen the application for the Available seat on the council.

    Any parent with a child in Kindergarten  through eighth grade is eligible to apply. If you are interested in serving on the Council, please consider applying to fill this seat.

    To obtain an application, email CCECinfo@schools.nyc.gov or visit https://www.schools.nyc.gov/get-involved/families/education-councils/currently-available-council-seats.

    Please be sure to submit your completed application to the FACE Office at CCECinfo@schools.nyc.gov by August 15, 2020!

    Community Education Council of District 20
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About District 20

District 20 is the southwest section of Brooklyn, spanning from the Verrazano bridge to Borough Park and the southern section of  Sunset Park.  Neighborhoods include Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Bath Beach, and Bensonhurst, along with the Fort Hamilton Army Base.

  

 

What are CECs?

The Community Education Councils were created in 2004 after the school boards were dismantled.
Throughout the city, there are 32 school districts.  Each school district has a CEC.  Each CEC oversees the elementary and junior high schools within their district. Parents serve a two year term on 36 Councils throughout the city, including the 32 Community Education Councils and the 4 Citywide Councils.

CECs are made up of:

9 parents-selected by the district's PTA/PAs
2 Borough President Appointees
1 High School Senior

CEC members represent the parents in their district. The CEC is the voice of all the district parents. Parents are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings to learn what is going on and also to voice their concerns and issues.  Members also visit the district schools and attend their PTA/PA meetings, as well as their School Leadership Team meetings.  The CECs participate in shaping educational policies in their districts. Their responsibilities include approving school zoning lines, holding hearings on the capital plan, and providing input on other important policy issues. Each CEC has nine members who are parents of students currently in grades K-8 in district schools.

For District 20, the parent CEC members have children in the district's public school system.  On CEC20, our members' children attend: PS102, PS/IS 104, PS112,PS127, PS176,  PS185, IS187, IS201,  IS259, PS503, and PS682.  

Citywide Councils:

There are 4 citywide councils: the CCHS (Citywide Council on High Schools) oversees all the high schools, the CCSE (Citywide Council on Special Education) oversees Special Education., the CCELL (Citywide Council on English Language Learners) and the District 75 Council.

Citywide Council on High Schools (CCHS)

The CCHS advises and comments on educational or instructional policy involving students attending public high schools. There are ten elected members on the Citywide Council on High Schools, two from each borough. Each member must be the parent of a student currently attending public high school.

Citywide Council on English Language Learners (CCELL)

The CCELL advises and comments on policy involving bilingual and English as a Second Language (ESL) programs. There are nine elected members on the Citywide Council on English Language Learners. Each member must be the parent of a student currently receiving bilingual or ESL services.

Citywide Council on Special Education (CCSE)

The CCSE advises and comments on services for students with disabilities. There are nine elected members on the Citywide Council on Special Education. Each member must be the parent of a student currently receiving special education services.District 75 Citywide Council (D75 Council)The Council advises and comments on educational policies that affect students with disabilities who attend D75 schools. There are nine elected members on the D75 Council. Each member must be the parent of a student currently enrolled in a D75 program. 

District 75 Council

District 75 provides highly specialized instructional support for students with significant challenges, such as:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Significant cognitive delays
  • Emotional disturbances
  • Sensory impairments
  • Multiple disabilities

Announcements

  • July Annual and Calendar Meetings

    Please join us for CEC 20's Annual Meeting, followed by a Calendar Meeting.
     
    Topic: July Meeting
    Time: Jul 8, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
     
    Join Zoom Meeting
     
    Meeting ID: 974 8335 9635
    Password: 532894
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    Community Education Council of District 20
  • Apply to be on the CEC!

    The CEC has voted to reopen the application for the Available seat on the council.

    Any parent with a child in Kindergarten  through eighth grade is eligible to apply. If you are interested in serving on the Council, please consider applying to fill this seat.

    To obtain an application, email CCECinfo@schools.nyc.gov or visit https://www.schools.nyc.gov/get-involved/families/education-councils/currently-available-council-seats.

    Please be sure to submit your completed application to the FACE Office at CCECinfo@schools.nyc.gov by August 15, 2020!

     

    Community Education Council of District 20
  • July Interim Calendar Meeting

    Please join us for a July Interim Calendar Meeting where we will be discussing proposed resolutions. Please see the attached resolutions.
     
     
    Topic: July Interim Meeting for Resolutions 
    Time: Jul 1, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
     
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    Community Education Council of District 20
  • Free e-books and audiobooks for students all summer

    Dear Families,
     
    Summer reading is so important to keep learning going and to let imaginations run free! We are thrilled to make more e-books and audiobooks for all ages available for free this summer to all DOE families, and it’s easier than ever to access them. Please read on for more information, and visit schools.nyc.gov/summerreading for additional details to be posted on Monday, June 29.
     
    Reading with Sora!
     
    The e-book reader Sora has a diverse set of hundreds of resources available for grades 3K-12 in a multiple languages to help students see themselves and fellow students in the books they are reading. You can download an app to your device or access them via a web browser. All you have to do is log in with your student’s DOE ID; no additional sign up is necessary. Please visit discoversora.com/nyc to get started.
     
    Need help finding your student’s DOE login? Click here. If you received an iPad from DOE, it will have the Sora app automatically installed by July 1!
     
    You may also visit galepages.com/nycdoe11 to access additional e-book titles and databases provided by the New York City School Library System. To access e-books from any location and databases from outside of New York State, please email libraries@schools.nyc.gov for the username and password.
     
    Please note that while some of these resources might only be available in English, we will continue to strive to make more resources available in home languages.
     
    Take Advantage of Public Library Resources, Too!
     
    New York City public library systems are also providing digital resources and free access to the tutoring platform Brainfuse through internet-enabled devices, including all DOE-issued iPads.
     
    • Brooklyn Public Library. To obtain a Brooklyn Public Library eCard, fill out the form at Bklynlibrary.org.
     
    Wishing you a summer full of reading!
     
    Warm regards,
    Community Education Council of District 20
  • MAYOR DE BLASIO AND CHANCELLOR CARRANZA ANNOUNCE CITYWIDE GRADUATION FOR THE CLASS OF 2020

    Event will air on June 30th at 7:00PM on PIX11 and online

     

    NEW YORK—Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza announced a citywide graduation celebration will be held on June 30. The graduation will bring the entire city together in celebration of the past accomplishments and bright future of the Class of 2020, featuring student spotlights, musical performances, and special guest speakers—including award-winning artist, and former NYC Public School student and teacher, Lin-Manuel Miranda.

     

    “Graduating high school under normal circumstances is an extraordinary accomplishment, but I am especially impressed by the Class of 2020 and all they have been through to get to this point. In this time of great upheaval and many challenges, they will be leading the way to create a fairer, safer future for all. I could not be more proud to celebrate them with this special sendoff,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio.

     

    Congratulations to the amazing Class of 2020! There’s never been a New York City graduating class like yours. There’s never been a senior year like this!” said Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza. “As Chancellor of all New York City Public Schools, and on behalf of all 150,000 staff who make our schools run: I am so proud of you.”

      

    “We’re proud to help make this exciting event available to every New Yorker,” said Bart Feder, Vice President and General Manager of PIX11. “These resilient graduates will play a crucial role in the future of our city and nation, and they’ve earned this recognition”  

     

    The COVID-19 crisis disrupted the traditional celebrations honoring the accomplishments and hard work of the Class of 2020, and this special program will be broadcast to all of New York in recognition of all  the Class of 2020 has achieved. The graduation celebration, produced by the City in partnership with New York’s Very Own PIX11, will air live on PIX11’s TV channel, website, and social media channels at 7:00PM on June 30th. It will also be livestreamed on the DOE’s and City’s social media channels, as well as at https://www.nycclassof2020.com/.  

     

    Kori ChambersMarysol Castro and Mr. G from PIX11 will host the ceremony, which will feature:

     

    ·        a musical performance from Brooklyn’s Phony Ppl as well as student musical performances;

    ·        guest speakers including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pitbull, Kenan Thompson, Nick Kroll, Angela Yee, Tina Fey, Andy Cohen, and more;

    ·        a special valedictorian speech;

    ·        and contributions from family members and educators who have supported our graduating seniors. 

     

    The citywide celebration of the Class of 2020 complements ceremonies and events being held in communities across the city. These celebrations are being done virtually, as drive-throughs, and in other unique ways that safely honor this year’s senior class.

    Community Education Council of District 20
  • CEC Parent Survey

    Dear Parents,

    The District 20 Community Education Council (CEC) is collecting input from parents of students in District 20 schools related to remote learning to better understand the educational experiences of our students and parents. We would like to hear your thoughts and concerns about the remote learning experience. 

    If you are a parent with a child enrolled in a District 20 school, please use the link below to complete the survey by Wednesday, July 15, 2020.  This is a confidential and anonymous survey meant only for parents with children enrolled in District 20 schools.  

    Please complete one survey for each child you have enrolled in a District 20 school (i.e., if you have two children please complete the survey twice) so we can capture information about each child’s remote learning experience. This is a survey specifically focused on the learning experience of children in grades K through 8.  If you would like to provide information related to your teen’s high school experience, you can also submit a separate survey. 

    The collective results of this survey will be shared with the community, but individual surveys will remain confidential. If you would like to submit additional information or raise other concerns, you can contact the CEC directly at cec20@schools.nyc.gov

    Please share this message with other parents in District 20 so we can hear from as many voices as possible.

     English: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScS2T8ksoKDLvXWp5CIkMFewfbgOvyK-TEd3KWby1ypeHNJhA/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Thank you for your time and input,

    District 20 CEC

    ________________________________________________________________________

    Queridos padres,

    El Consejo de Educación de la Comunidad del Distrito 20 (CEC) está recolectando información de los padres de los estudiantes en las escuelas del Distrito 20 relacionadas con el aprendizaje remoto para comprender mejor las experiencias educativas de nuestros estudiantes y padres. Nos gustaría escuchar sus pensamientos y preocupaciones sobre la experiencia de aprendizaje remoto.

    Si usted es un padre con un niño inscrito en una escuela del Distrito 20, utilice el siguiente enlace para completar la encuesta antes del miércoles 15 de julio de 2020. Esta es una encuesta confidencial y anónima destinada solo a padres con niños inscritos en las escuelas del Distrito 20.

    Complete una encuesta por cada niño que se haya matriculado en una escuela del Distrito 20 (es decir, si tiene dos hijos, complete la encuesta dos veces) para que podamos capturar información sobre la experiencia de aprendizaje remoto de cada niño. Esta es una encuesta específicamente enfocada en la experiencia de aprendizaje de niños en los grados K a 8. Si desea proporcionar información relacionada con la experiencia de la escuela secundaria de su hijo adolescente, también puede enviar una encuesta por separado.

    Comparta este mensaje con otros padres en el Distrito 20 para que podamos escuchar tantas voces como sea posible.

    Español: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSek6accw6Q1RD2ZBupGJrDWFfw6WOAz6bQoEZvHOtuLAUSWHA/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Gracias por su tiempo y aporte,
    Distrito 20 CEC

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________

    亲爱的父母,
     
    20区社区教育委员会(CEC)正在收集来自20区学校的学生家长的有关远程学习的投入,以更好地了解我们的学生和家长的教育经历。 我们想听听您对远程学习体验的想法和关注。
     
    如果您是父母并有孩子进入20区学校就读,请使用下面的链接在2020年7月15日星期三之前完成调查。这是一项保密且匿名的调查,仅适用于有孩子在20区学校就读的父母。
     
    请为您在第20区学校注册的每个孩子填写一份调查(即,如果您有两个孩子,请完成两次调查),以便我们获取有关每个孩子的远程学习体验的信息。 这项调查专门针对K至8年级儿童的学习经历。如果您想提供与青少年的高中经历有关的信息,还可以提交单独的调查。
     
    请与20区的其他父母分享此消息,以便我们听到尽可能多的声音。

    中文: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7-93Em6DIloms6xs3fr4tTl30Cgzab7cLu06t9Z0z0333bg/viewform?usp=sf_link

    感谢您的时间和投入,
    CEC 20区

    ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    ملاحظة: لا تسمح هذه الصفحة بإجراء تغييرات على محاذاة النص
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  الآباء الأعزاء،
     
    يقوم مجلس التعليم المجتمعي للمنطقة 20 (CEC) بجمع المدخلات من أولياء أمور الطلاب في مدارس المنطقة 20 المتعلقة بالتعلم عن بُعد لفهم التجارب التعليمية لطلابنا وأولياء الأمور بشكل أفضل. نود أن نسمع أفكارك ومخاوفك حول تجربة التعلم عن بعد.
     
    إذا كنت والدًا ولديك طفل مسجل في مدرسة المقاطعة 20 ، فيرجى استخدام الرابط أدناه لإكمال الاستطلاع بحلول الأربعاء 15 يوليو 2020. هذا استطلاع سري ومجهول مخصص فقط للآباء والأمهات الذين لديهم أطفال مسجلين في مدارس المنطقة 20
     
    يُرجى إكمال استطلاع واحد لكل طفل قمت بتسجيله في مدرسة المقاطعة 20 (أي إذا كان لديك طفلان ، فيرجى إكمال الاستبيان مرتين) حتى نتمكن من التقاط معلومات حول تجربة التعلم عن بعد لكل طفل. يركز هذا الاستبيان بشكل خاص على تجربة التعلم للأطفال في الصفوف من K إلى 8. 
    إذا كنت ترغب في تقديم معلومات تتعلق بتجربة المدرسة الثانوية للمراهق ، فيمكنك أيضًا إرسال استبيان منفصل.
     
    يرجى مشاركة هذه الرسالة مع الآباء الآخرين في المقاطعة 20 حتى نتمكن من الاستماع إلى أكبر عدد ممكن من الأصوات.
     
     
    شكلرا لك على وقتك والمدخله،
    المنطقة 20 CEC

     

    Community Education Council of District 20
  • The Panel for Educational Policy has a Vacancy

    As a result of changes to New York State Education Law, a new position has been created on the Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) beginning in July 2020.  The law requires that the new PEP member be elected by the 32 Community Education Council presidents, following a process specified in Chancellor’s Regulation D-200. 

    This process begins with the CEC presidents electing a 10-member Nominating Committee (2 CEC presidents per borough; for Staten Island, the CEC president and one additional officer).  The Committee will receive applications previously screened for eligibility by FACE.  The Committee will review the applications and may interview some or all of the applicants before selecting at least three finalists to recommend for a final vote by the 32 CEC presidents.

    To be eligible to apply, you must have a child currently attending a New York City public school (pre-K through 12th grade); experience with the New York City public school system, especially as a parent leader and/or advocate will be a plus.  To learn more about the Panel for Educational Policy, please visit the PEP page on the DOE website.

    If you are interested in applying for the position, please fill out the attached application form and submit it to the Office of Family and Community Empowerment (FACE) at the email address CCecInfo@schools.nyc.gov by June 26, 2020

    Please feel free to share the application form with others who might be interested.
    Community Education Council of District 20
  • The DOE has just sent the Return to School Survey

    Dear Families,
     
    We are working on plans for re-opening school buildings in the 2020-21 school year, and exploring various options based on available guidance from public health experts.
     
    Since we cannot yet predict what September will look like, we need to be prepared for a range of possibilities. We know we can’t do this without your input! We’ve created a short, anonymous survey to help us understand what is most important to you for when we return to school in the fall. If you know someone who cannot take the survey online, they can call 311.
     
    Take the Return to School 2020 Survey
    All parents/guardians of students in grades 3-K through 12, and students in grades 6-12 are invited to take the survey at schools.nyc.gov/returntoschool2020. The survey is available in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu.
     
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    Estimadas familias:
     
    Estamos trabajando en planes para reabrir los edificios escolares en el año escolar 2020-2021 y estamos explorando varias opciones basadas en las recomendaciones de expertos en salud pública.
     
    Debido a que no podemos predecir cuál será la situación en septiembre, debemos estar preparados para una serie de posibilidades. Sabemos que no podemos hacerlo sin su aporte. Hemos elaborado una encuesta breve y confidencial que nos ayudará a entender qué es lo más importante para ustedes cuando se reanuden las clases en el otoño. Si hay alguien que no pueda completar la encuesta por internet, puede llamar al 311.
     
    Completen la encuesta de 2020 sobre el regreso a la escuela
    Invitamos a todos los padres y tutores de estudiantes de 3-K a 12.ᵒ grado y a todos los estudiantes de 6.ᵒ a 12.ᵒ grado a que completen la encuesta en schools.nyc.gov/returntoschool2020. La encuesta está disponible en árabe, bengalí, chino, coreano, criollo haitiano, español, francés, inglés, ruso y urdu.
     
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    各位家長:
     
    我們正在制定計劃在2020-21學年重開學校教學樓,目前正在根據公共健康專家們的現有指導意見探索各種選擇。
     
    由於我們無法預測九月份的情況如何,所以我們需要為各種可能性做好準備。如果沒有您提供意見,我們是無法做到這些事情的!我們制定了一份簡短而且匿名的問卷調查,幫助我們了解在秋天重返校園時,什麼對您最為重要。如果您知道有任何人無法在網上填寫問卷調查,他們可以撥打311熱綫。
     
    填寫2020返校問卷調查
    我們邀請所有從3歲幼兒班至12年級的學生的家長/監護人、以及6至12年級的學生在這個網址填寫問卷調查:schools.nyc.gov/returntoschool2020。提供下列語言的問卷調查:阿拉伯語、孟加拉語、中文、英語、法語、海地克里奧爾語、韓語、俄語、西班牙語、烏爾都語。
    Community Education Council of District 20
  • June Business Meeting

    Please join us for our June Business Meeting
     
    Time: Jun 17, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
     
    Join Zoom Meeting
     
    Meeting ID: 931 1146 7122
    Password: 185557
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    Meeting ID: 931 1146 7122
    Password: 185557
    Find your local number: https://nycdoe.zoom.us/u/abJFaf2CDb
    Community Education Council of District 20
  • Senator Gounardes wants to Celebrate the Graduating Class of 2020!

    Dear neighbor,

    I am so incredibly proud of our graduating students across southern Brooklyn. It's been incredibly disappointing for our hardworking students and families that graduation ceremonies are either canceled or look different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. (However, the Governor recently announced that graduation ceremonies of 150 people or fewer are allowed to take place starting on June 26th, subject to any outbreak or change.) 

    To properly celebrate, my team and I put our heads together to plan a massive community-wide cheer to honor our graduating seniors in southern Brooklyn!

    This cheer will take place on June 12th at 6 p.m. 

    Follow along on social media and share your cheer with the hashtag #cheerforsenioryear!

    Please click HERE to check out our announcement video, which showcases a few of our graduating students and outlines the details of the cheer. You can also print out one of our graduation signs and hang it up on your door or window to show your support. 

    Please be sure to open your windows on June 12th at 6 p.m. and MAKE. SOME. NOISE!!  

    The next generation will undoubtedly lead us to better city, state and nation. Let's honor them together and show our students just how proud of them we are!

    Warmly,

    Andrew

    Community Education Council of District 20
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Contact Us

Address: 415 89th Street, Room 410, Brooklyn, NY 11209

Phone: 718-759-3921

Email: cec20@schools.nyc.gov

You can also email Superintendent Costantino at: kcostan@schools.nyc.gov