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Upper East Side »

CEC2 adopted a resolution in October asking the DOE to provide admissions criteria to parents.

Vinegar Hill »

The Panel for Educational Policy will vote on the re-siting of M.S. 313 on Nov. 19.

Lower East Side »

The City School of the Arts, a middle school, is scheduled to open in August 2016.

West Village »

Local parents are spearheading community involvement in a new public middle school in the West Village.


Years after telling parents it would open a new school, the DOE now says it'll expand an old one.

Windsor Terrace »

M.S. 839 is one of nine new schools citywide to open this fall, according to the DOE.  

Prospect Heights »

A new community group, M.S. OneBrooklyn, wants more middle school seats in Prospect Heights.

Williamsburg »

Jesus Lorenzo, 69, inappropriately touched a girl in De Hostos Playground, police said.


The school will be located on the second floor of 60 Water St.

Prospect Heights »

City school officials had been mulling a K-8 school, but locals want the site to be a middle school.

Greenwich Village »

Drawings and plans will be presented at a May 11 meeting, according to an email sent to P.S. 41 parents.

Chelsea »

A parent leader says schools should not be able to see how kids rank them during the admissions process.

Brownsville »

Nadia Lopez is the founding principal of Mott Hall Bridges Academy, a Brooklyn middle school.

Windsor Terrace »

Families want the new M.S. 839 to draw students from Red Hook, Park Slope, and Sunset Park.

Richmond Hill »

A classroom filled with smoke during an experiment at a Catholic school in Richmond Hill Thursday.