Community Education Councils give parents a powerful voice in shaping the policies and priorities of New York City Schools. We advise the Chancellor on a range of matters, work directly with the district superintendents, review district educational programs and make recommendations on capital improvements in order to make our public schools the best they can be.
Come hear about many of the awards and accolades given to our D15 Schools.
Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
P.S. 29, 425 Henry Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Agenda Items Include:
• PortSide NY and Project Based Learning
• Public Comment Period - CEC15 is soliciting for feedback on District 15 Rezoning
To download the flyer please click here.
We hope to see you there!
District Planning is seeking public feedback on the Preliminary Plan for P.S. 32 Rezoning.
If you would like to voice your concerns and ideas please consider attending one of the following meetings:
To download District Planning's presentation from the April 18 meeting please click below:
For more information please contact the Office of District Planning at BrooklynZoning@schools.nyc.gov
Planning for Additional Elementary School Seats: Advance Equity and Excellence in District 15
Office of District Planning Presentation: May 20, 2019 at P.S. 32
A new building addition is scheduled to open at P.S. 32 beginning in the 2020-2021 year, which will provide additional elementary school seats for District 15. The NYCDOE is working closely with the school communities in the area to develop a potential rezoning plan that ensures the additional seats advance equity and excellence for students in the community. Additional strategies to accomplish this goal also include, but are not limited to, changes to admissions and/or school programming.
To download this presentation please click here.
Online voting for PTA Presidents, Recording Secretaries and Treasurers began on May 2 and will end on May 14.
The three mandatory PTA officers at each public elementary and middle school in District 15 have the opportunity to cast 2 votes for the parents who will represent our school community in the next 2 years.
There are 24 candidates running for the 9 elected seats in CEC15.
To read the candidates' statements please click here.
The CEC Elections result will be announced on May 21st.
Bess Abrahams (15K039)
Jennifer Apodaca (15K058)
Mark Bisard (15K839)
Parichart Booranakorn (15K024)
Camille Casaretti (15K032 & 15K443)
Krystal Cason (15K146)
Pin-Hsuan Chen (15K001)
Adam Copeland (15K321 & 15K464)
Antonia Ferraro (15K261)
Katima Grisson (15K051 & 15K015)
Raul Gutierrez (15K447)
Cleatrice Johnson McCoy (15K146 & 15K051)
Alexander Kemp (15K010)
Vincent Lu (15K094)
Anna Nadal Burgues (15K321 & 15K051)
Kathy Park Price (15K418)
Scott Powell (15K038 & 15K124)
John Ricottone (15K130)
Kimmerly Scott (15K015)
Mohammad Shaker (15K131)
Anand Singh (15K896)
Andrea Strong (15K261)
Erica Williams (15K442)
Nicholas Zonierowski (15K010)
During our CEC15 Special Session Meeting on May 2nd, the Office of Student Enrollment and members of the D15 Diversity Plan Working Group gave an update on the D15 Diversity Plan and how it affected the middle school admissions process.
To download the presentation please click here.
To learn more about the plan and download the presentation please visit: http://d15diversityplan.com/
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