DOE / District 3 / CEC3 General Information
Without your voice at the table, other people will make decisions about our children's education.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION COUNCIL (CEC)
You can also stay current on education issues by attending District 3 CEC meetings. This body of elected parent representatives holds public monthly meetings. Their calendar, duties and news are online at www.cec3.org. You can also subscribe to the CEC3 newsletter to stay informed on what is happening in our district and what the DOE is planning. Go to cec3.org, click on the "Sign up for the CEC District 3 newsletter" button to sign up.
The CEC actively encourages community participation on its Multilingual, Middle School and Overcrowding/Charter committees.
MS54 Parents on District & Citywide Education Councils
D3 PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL
The D3 Presidents' Council has an overarching goal this year to outreach to as many D3 parents as we can. To further that effort, we have started a Google Group to help ALL D3 parents get important information about D3 events, CEC3 communications, admissions, meetings, committees, and workshops in our district. This group is named "NYC Community School District 3 Information," and is for ANY D3 community member that wants to stay up-to-date on current issues and information pertaining to our elementary and middle schools, up to high school admissions.
You DO NOT have to have a Google account to join this group.
Messages will be sent from this group routinely, so if you don't get anything for a week or so, check with me to make sure you are subscribed. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.
CSD3 Presidents' Council President
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