Community Education Council District 15

Dedicated District 15 Parents

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.

CEC15 December Business Meeting

CEC15 Business Meeting

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

131 Livingston Street, Room 504

Public Transportation: 

A/C/F/N/R to Jay St./Metrotech

4/5 to Borough Hall

To download the flyer please click here

We hope to see you there!

Your RSVP is not necessary, but would be greatly appreciated.  You can RSVP to 

CEC15 January Business Meeting

CEC15 Business Meeting

Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

131 Livingston Street, Room 508A

Public Transportation: A, C, F, N, R to Jay St/Metrotech; 4, 5 to Borough Hall

To download the flyer please click here

We hope to see you there!

Your RSVP is not necessary, but would be greatly appreciated.  You can RSVP to 

D15 Superintendent's Report

Vision for School Year 2018-19

We as educators in District 15 believe that each child is born with an innate capacity to love learning.  We further believe that it is our calling to nurture this capacity.  By ensuring that every child is provided with an educational experience that is meaningful, innovative, enriched and grounded in uncompromising standards of academic achievement, we ensure their scholastic, social and professional success.  To this end, we unite as a collaborative community that embraces our diversity and is committed to the equitable allocation of resources and opportunities.  We respectfully welcome all students, parents and constituents to join us as partners in striving to guarantee that we succeed in making this vision a reality for all. - Anita Skop, D15 Superintendent


District-Wide School Support Goals 2018-19

Goal 1: Supporting language learning and rigorous academic discourse for all children.

Goal 2: Expand and deepen district-wide discussion and parent outreach, not only for district diversity efforts, but also to ensure that all voices are heard and true partnerships are established.

Goal 3: Deepen our district-wide work to integrate practices that support students' social emotional learning.

Goal 4: Enhance the performance of our teachers and school leaders.

Goal 5: To expand equitable admissions and integration in District 15.

To download D15 Supertindendent's presentation from our Sept. 25 Calendar Meeting please click below.

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Specialized High Schools Proposal

The Office of Student Enrollment presented the new proposal to improve diversity in NYC Specialized High Schools during our November 5th meeting. To download the proposal please click here.

For any questions or concerns please email:

D15 Middle Schools - Tours 2018

Please note that this list was updated as of October 9.  Some schools may add tour dates so please check their websites for additional times. 

The Office of Student Enrollment gave a presentation on the middle school application process during our October 9 Calendar Meeting.  To download this presentation please click here.

To download the D15 Middle Schools Tours and Open House Information document please click here 

There is a D15 Middle School Forum on Wed, Nov 14 at 6 pm at P.S.130's Upper School located at 713 Caton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218. Please come if you can. Principals and Middle School Representatives will be speaking about their schools and what the various programs that they have to offer.

There will be 3 Pop-Up visits by the Office of Student Enrollment in District 15.  During these visits representatives will offer support with completing the middle school application online on  The dates, time and locations are as follows:

Monday, November 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at P.S. 32, 317 Hoyt Street

Tuesday, November 20 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at P.S. 24, 427 38th Street

Tuesday, November 27 from 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at P.S. 169, 4305 7th Avenue

D15 Middle School websites:


MS 51 -

MS 88 -

MS 136 -

MS 442 -

MS 443 -

MS 447 -

MS 448 -

MS 464 -

MS 497 -

MS 821 -

MS 839 -


Learn more

2019 NYC Middle School Directory -

Middle school admissions email list -

Your Zoned School -

D15 Working Group's Recommendations -

How do students get matched? -

Get help with your application

Your school counselor

Visit a Family Welcome Center -

Office of Enrollment - (718)935-2009

If you have questions about Middle School Admissions outside of the regular 5th grade process, please call 718-935-2398 or email

Education Council Elections

Consider Running for an NYC Education Council

Elections for Education Councils are held every two years according to rules specified by New York State law.  The application period opens on February 14, 2019.


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Dates to Remember for the 2019 Elections

February 14 - March 6: Apply to a Council

March 25 - May 1: Attend a Candidate Forum

May 2 - May 14: Online voting by PA/PTA officers

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Who is your CEC15 School Liaison?

School Liaison List

Need to contact your CEC15 School Liaison?  Email our Administrative Assistant, Francisca Andino, and she will forward your email to your designated school liaison.  Email Francisca at or

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131 Livingston Street, Room 301, Brooklyn, NY 11201, US

(718) 935-4267


Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed