Apply for School Meals Online!
Visit www.NYC.gov/accessnyc to apply for School Meals online. Families only need to submit one application online for all their children, even if their children attend different types of schools (public, private, or charter).
Complete the application online in any of the seven languages on ACCESS NYC - English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Haitian Creole, or Arabic.
The paper application is still available and families who prefer that method, or would like to apply in a language not available on ACCESS NYC (for example Bengali, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Hindi, Polish, or Urdu) can obtain the application from their child's school.
If you have any questions about the application, they can send an email to email@example.com or call the Office of SchoolFood Help Desk at (718) 707-4400 or toll free at (877) 363-6325.
Lunch payments can be made by sending a check or cash to the office. Payments can be made weekly, monthly, or yearly. You can prepay for lunch by using myLunchMoney.com, a new service to prepay
for your child’s school lunch using your debit or credit card.
Enrolling and funding is simple and completed online.
Once your account is established you can check balances, view purchases, and fund the account from your computer.
Your personal and payment card information is protected by the most advanced internet security. Go to www.myLunchMoney.com and click ENROLL NOW or call 800-479-3531 for support.
School Lunch Menu
Common Core Standards
New York State recently adopted a new set of learning standards known as Common Core Standards. These standards will phase in gradually through 2015. The common core standards clearly lay out what students should know and be able to do at every grade to ensure they are college and career ready.
This year all New York City schools will incorporate Common Core Standards into classroom assignments. For more information please click here
ARIS Parent Link
The New York City Department of Education's Achievement Reporting and Innovation System (ARIS) provides parents important information about your child's academic progress. State wide test results will be reported in ARIS over the summer. If you need your child’s log in information, please email Orit Foresta at firstname.lastname@example.org
Acuity-New York City Department of Education
Periodic Assessment Program
Parents can use the Acuity website to track their child's progress on the English Language Arts and Math predictive and Instructionally Targeted Assessments (ITAs) assessments.
The user ID is usually your child's first and last name (typed altogether).
The password is your child's student ID number. If you do not have your child's student ID number, you may call the school to obtain it. If you need any assistance logging to the acuity web site please contact the school.