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Arverne »

The city sent 48 parks officers to beaches Thursday, but lifeguards won't be on duty until Saturday.

Corona »

The city said middle and high school bathrooms will get a $100 million upgrade by 2019.

Gramercy »

Parents at Baruch Middle School say they wish they had been told of an incident of online harassment.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The incident happened at Food and Finance High School at 525 W. 50th St., police said.

East Harlem »

Developer AvalonBay is planning to build new schools, apartments and retail on East 96th Street.

Jackson Heights »

The five-story building will be located at site of former White Castle regional office on 34th Avenue.

Long Island City »

There are waitlists at both P.S. 78 and the nearby pre-k center, according to Gantry Parent Association.

Corona »

District 24 is one of the most overcrowded in the city. 

Corona »

Free pre-K seats are still available in nearly 1,000 sites across the city.

Upper West Side »

The city doesn't allow middle-school students get free lunch if their school spans grades K-8 or 6-12.

Chelsea »

"For our students to read James Baldwin is often transformative for them," Principal Brady Smith said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The victim was walking home from Food and Finance High School when she was attacked, police said.

Upper West Side »

Principal Jessica Jenkins wants her students to feel challenged within a nurturing environment. 

Canarsie »

Public school students will have nearly three blissful months off from classes this summer.

Clifton »

Chancellor Carmen Fariña toured a print-based disabilities pilot program at P.S. 57.