Chancellor The building will not Read more →, As part of New York City’s ongoing effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, and ensure the health and safety Read more →, For more information, email Ms. Torres at Working Card Application Request form: Fill | Working Card Application requestPlease do Read more →, MCSM Virtual Clubs ↗   Below is our list of virtual club offerings. Regional Enrichment Centers (RECs) were created to provide childcare for our city's essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to view the calendar. Expanding access to Regional Enrichment Centers to students who are homeless Amid the COVID-19 situation, the New York Junior League is still identifying ways to serve our community. Coronavirus Update for Families-RECs_March 19 2020. What is a Regional Enrichment Center (REC)? I will Read more →, Dear MCSM Family, Welcome back to school! We welcome all women who value our mission. If you are a first responder, health care provider, or transit worker in need of child care, please see the attached letter for guidance. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. As New York City schools adjust to the new normal, educators settle into remote teaching, and students grapple with a new, ad hoc way of learning, more than 100,000 students who are homeless might not have the same opportunities to learn. Beginning Monday, March 23, Regional Enrichment Centers are opening across every borough, with at least two sites in every school district. 130 East 80th Street, New York, NY 10075 The city will open about 100 sites to be used as what it’s called "regional enrichment centers" - places students whose parents are essential workers can … Regional Enrichment Centers (RECs) Overview What is a Regional Enrichment Center (REC)? Topic: MCSM Town Hall Meeting Time: Nov 24, 2020 05:00 PM Read more →, November 24, 2020 at 6:00 pm  YOU MUST SIGN IN USING A ZOOM ACCOUNT, EITHER YOUR CHILD’S OR YOUR OWN. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations, and communities.   The environment will be safe and supportive, and staff will be prepared to respond to children’s social and,   Children will be offered a site based on their home address and their parent or caregiver’s role in providing. To join, simply go to Zoom, put in Read more →, Please be advised that per the DOE, everyone entering the building (*ALL STUDENTS, STAFF MEMBERS)  MUST fill out the health screening survey (link Read more →, School Food Access for Children/Students, Families, and Adults Beginning on Tuesday, September 29: Breakfast and lunch will be served in Read more →, SAVE THE DATE FOR THE NEXT TOWN HALL (A “Two-Parter) as follows: Tuesday, September 29th 5:00 – 6:00 P.M. GRADES 9 Read more →, Dear MCSM Families, Welcome to a new school year! Regional Enrichment Centers will be available citywide. The approximately 100 RECs around the city each offer remote instruction; three hot meals a day; and childcare; along with art, music, and physical education. A REC is a safe, enriching place created by the New York City Department of Education designed to alleviate the need for childcare during the city’s COVID-19 response. Our first MCSM Parents Association Virtual Meeting will be held on Read more →, Dear MCSM Families, As you have probably heard, there has been an update to start dates for in-person learning. If you are a first responder, health care provider, or transit worker in need of child care, please see the attached letter for guidance. The city has just released information relating to (daycare) enrichment centers enrollment for first responders and other city agencies.   Students will be asked each day to bring a device they can use for remote learning if one is available. As promised, I will update you as I become updated. Delivered daily by 6 a.m., New York Education is your guide to the day’s top education news and policy in Albany and around the Empire State. Yesterday, the mayor added the children of grocery store and pharmacy workers to the list of children eligible to enroll in a REC. Phone: 212.288.6220 | Fax: 646.390.6047 | Email:, By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. Regional Enrichment Centers. I am attaching a letter containing information regarding the Regional Enrichment Centers (RECs) the DOE has created for our first responders, health care providers, and transit workers. RECs will also have nurses on site. *, Example: Yes, I would like to receive emails from Local 2507. The DOE will be opening Regional Enrichment Centers which will provide all essential personnel – including certain Birch Family Services staff — who reside in NYC, and whose children attend school in the city, with free childcare at DOE locations.