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Kips Bay »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

Take our quiz to see if you would get into kindergarten and catch up on the week's top stories.

Astoria »

What to Do If Your Child Is Waitlisted for Kindergarten

Here are tips on what to do if your family is still waiting for a seat.

Long Island City »

Number of Waitlisted Kindergartners Dropped by Half This Year, DOE Says

Kindergarten waitlists dropped by nearly 50 percent, DOE officials said after sending out offer letters.

Windsor Terrace »

Space Crunch Forces P.S. 154 to Cut Pre-K Program, Principal Says

The school's pre-K classroom will be used for a second-grade class, the principal announced.

Woodside »

School Plan Would Cram 46 Kids Into Single Queens Classroom

A proposal to ease overcrowding at P.S. 11 in Woodside would make it worse, parents said.

Cobble Hill »

Montessori Preschool to Open Cobble Hill Campus Next Year

LePort Schools will welcome more than 100 students to its first Brooklyn campus in 2015, officials said.

Civic Center »

Albany's Empty Promises on Pre-K Show Need for de Blasio Tax, Advocates Say

Every governor since George Pataki has promised statewide universal pre-kindergarten.

Washington Heights »

Obama-Hailed Uptown Secondary School to Welcome First Kindergarten Class

Uptown's WHEELS will host parents Thursday night as it expands to include 100 kindergartners next year.

Washington Heights »

Early Kindergarten Deadline Catches Uptown Schools Off Guard, Parents Say

Some uptown schools have scheduled tours after applications are due.

Melrose »

Kindergarten Applications to Go Online, DOE Announces

Starting in January, families can apply to kindergarten online instead of in person, DOE officials said.

Murray Hill »

New Murray Hill Elementary School Welcomes First Students

P.S. 281 welcomed its first pre-K and kindergarten students on Monday.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Charter School Launches Pre-K Program

A new pre-K affiliated with PAVE Academy Charter School will offer 54 seats in the fall of 2013.

Long Island City »

Waitlisted Queens Parents May Ship Children to Brooklyn Catholic School

A lack of school options has some LIC parents considering other neighborhoods — for school, or to live.

New York City »

More Than 2,300 Children Waitlisted for Kindergarten

There were 2,361 kids placed on a waitlist for fall 2013, down slightly from last year.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Siders Compete for Scant Public Pre-K Seats

With few slots at neighborhood schools, parents are preparing for a grueling application season.