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Brooklyn Heights »

Parents Urge DOE to Address Overcrowding at Brooklyn Heights School

P.S. 8 The Robert Fulton School was at 142 percent of its capacity last year.

East Elmhurst »

Queens Moms Start ZUMBA Classes for Parents at Local Schools

Classes are held in schools after parents drop kids off in the morning and when they pick them up. 

Upper East Side »

PTA Mom Wins Primary for Assembly Seat on the Upper East Side

Rebecca Seawright, a mother of two, beat three Democrats competing for the 76th District Assembly seat.

Briarwood »

Businesses Raise $7K for P.S. 117 Graduation After PTA Funds Are Lost

The missing funds at the school are the subject of a DOE investigation.

Cobble Hill »

Pie Competition Raises Money for Cobble Hill's P.S. 29

The "Eat Pie and Shop" event will also feature an artisanal gift market and activities for kids.

Park Slope »

Youth Dancers Stage 'Thank-You' for Park Slope City Councilwoman

Sara Gonzalez helped bring more than $40,000 for arts programs at P.S. 10.

Boerum Hill »

Boerum Hill School Playground Dangerous to Kids, Parents Say

Parents say P.S. 38's playground has left several children injured and is filled with trash and condoms.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Parents Want New School to Be as 'Desirable' as P.S. 321

Parents are already planning fundraising efforts for the new school opening in Park Slope in 2013.

Park Slope »

P.S. 321's PTA Aims to Raise Nearly $1 Million This Year

Money raised by the PTA goes toward reducing class size at the growing school.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Kids Sell Lemonade, Donate Toy Money to Save School Library

The Neighborhood School in the East Village is raising $40,000 for its library.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Officials to Announce New Safety Plan for Uptown Parks

NYPD and Parks Department officials will meet with elected officials, community leaders and residents to discuss new safety measures in uptown parks.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Crowded UES School Told to Take More Kids

Parents at P.S. 151 are irate that the DOE offered kindergarten spots to 18 kids from another school's zone.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Only 77 Percent of NYC Students Attended First Day of School

Almost a quarter of New York City public school students stayed home on the first day of class Wednesday.

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