Food allergies are on the rise, but the city says it's up to parents and principals to manage the issue.
The yearly school fundraiser features tasty bites from some of the city's top chefs.
P.S. 276 and the Peck Slip School will not run pre-K programs during the 2014-2015 school year.
After listening to community feedback, DOE officials said they won't move P.S. 150 to Chelsea.
Parents received the welcome news that their kids will have seats in local kindergartens this fall.
More than 100 kids remain on the wait-lists for Downtown kindergartens.
Even more students now qualify for the prestigious program, stressing local parents.
The P.S. 303 curriculum focuses on visual and performing arts.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is hoping to tackle the neighborhood's dog poo problem.
DNAinfo.com New York ranked sought-after public pre-K programs based on their 2012 admission rates.
The city will dramatically reduce the size of the school's G&T middle school, to the outrage of parents.
Current gifted students will be granted spots at a new program that will launch next year at I.S. 126.
Space has been an issue for years in Woodside and Sunnyside, which straddle Districts 30 and 24.
P.S. 85's STEM Academy is currently K-5 and the only citywide gifted program without a middle school.
The city plans to add nearly 500 seats to P.S. 339 and add an annex to P.S. 11 to seat hundreds more.
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