NYC Schools Account (NYCSA)

NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is a web-based application that lets you to see your child’s academic and biographic
information on any computer, phone, or tablet. The application is translated into nine languages other than
English. In the account, you can see a child’s:
• Assessments (Test Scores)
• Attendance
• Enrollment History
• Grades
• Graduation Tracker
• Guardians
• Health Information (Fitnessgram)
• Individualized Education Program (IEP) Information
• Promotion Tracker
• Reading Level
• Schedule
• Student Documents (Report Card, Transcript, Summer School Letter)
• Transportation

NYC Testing Memorandum 2021 NYS ELA and Math


The information below is being shared to help you prepare, should it be deemed feasible to
proceed with the spring 2021 test administrations at schools throughout the state. Please note
that NYSED and the Board of Regents are closely monitoring the feasibility and fairness
of administering the grades 3–8 English Language Arts and mathematics tests next spring. At
this time, no final decision regarding the 2021 grades 3–8 English Language Arts and
mathematics tests has been made.


At this time, the New York State (NYS) grades 3–8 English Language Arts (ELA) and math
exams are scheduled to be administered from April 20–21, and May 4–5, respectively. NYSED
shared this letter on the status of NYS assessments on September 30. NYSED and the Office of
Assessment are planning for the possibility that NYS assessments may be given this year.
If you have any questions, please let me know. Have a good evening.


Beverly Edouard
Assistant Principal
P. S. 38 The Rosedale School
135-21 241st Street
Rosedale, N.Y. 11422
(718) 528-2276
(718) 712-1598 (fax)

Join a parent webinar to discuss school reopening plans

Dear parents, grandparents, guardians and education activists,As you may have heard, the UFT and the DOE reached an agreement for reopening schools safely. School buildings will open for in-person learning on Sept. 21. The delay will allow time for teachers to plan and for schools to put in place robust safety measures that will protect our school communities.

The new school reopening plan meets the safety criteria put forth by independent medical experts. Schools must pass a 50-point safety checklist, including the availability of masks, a room-by-room review of ventilation effectiveness and an isolation room. There will also be random sampling and COVID-19 testing of 10 to 20 percent of children and adults in each school building on a monthly basis.

To hear more details about the safety plan and what to expect this coming school year, please join us for our final summer parent workshop this Thursday. We’ll have a conversation about the reopening plan with UFT Vice President for Non-DOE Members Anne Goldman, a registered nurse and leader of the Federation of Nurses. Anne Goldman will share her medical expertise and knowledge of the reopening plan. Other UFT officials will also be on-hand to shed light on the upcoming school year and answer your questions.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 3 Time: 5 to 6 p.m.  Register now »  https://uft.wufoo.com/forms/q8cpuj81y8tfos/


This workshop will be held via Zoom. On the day of the workshop, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to join.This event will be a webinar, so only the scheduled speakers can address the audience in real time. However, you may submit questions for the speakers during the conversation using the Zoom chat box.

Please download and share the flier.
I hope you will join us!

In unity,

Nicholas Cruz
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