COVID Outbreak Closes Village Academy, 2nd Queens School This WeekStudents will switch to remote learning until they return on Monday, November 22.
NYC Adding Mobile Vans, More Supply To Keep Up With High Demand For COVID Vaccines At City SchoolsMayor de Blasio says the high-than-expected demand is promising, and roughly 4,500 kids got vaccinated at schools Monday alone.
New York City Launches COVID Vaccine Pop-Ups For Kids 5-11 At Schools, But For Some, Wait Times Prove FrustratingMore than 1,000 sites will open at schools across the city this month. Pfizer shots will be administered by trained medical professionals.
Student, 14, Arrested With Loaded Handgun At Brooklyn High SchoolThe school safety officers union told CBS2 the 14-year-old student put his book bag through the X-ray machine, and officers found a loaded .38 caliber revolver inside.
NYPD: 16-Year-Old Arrested For Stabbing Classmate At Bronx High SchoolInvestigators said it started as a fight over a phone charger before the victim was stabbed three times.
New York City Council To Meet On COVID Vaccine MandatesCommittee members will also consider two bills requiring the regular posting of information, including weekly reports on COVID cases broken down by school.
State Gets School Buses Rolling In Huntington, But Officials Scrambling For Long-Term Fix To Driver ShortageThe school district was blindsided with 36 hours notice by its bus company of 62 years.
COVID Vaccine Mandate For New York City Teachers To Take Effect After Federal Appeals Court Lifts Temporary BanA three-judge panel lifted a temporary ban on the COVID vaccine mandate that was originally set to take effect Monday.
Parents Of Immunocompromised Girl Say Long Island School District Refused Requests For Adequate Remote OptionAre children who have medical issues getting the education they deserve during the pandemic? More and more families are demanding schools to more.
Some Health Care Workers Still Defiant As New York State Vaccine Mandate Takes EffectThis comes as a similar mandate for New York City teachers has been pushed back.
Concern Over School Bus Staffing In Connecticut As New COVID Protocols BeginThe Connecticut School Transportation Association says more than 1,500 drivers from 12 bus companies are unvaccinated, and more than 200 of those drivers refuse weekly testing.
New York City Teachers, Parents Voice Concerns About Changing School COVID Safety ProtocolsSome teachers say the rules are too reactionary and not working to keep things safe. Parents say it's hard for them to check up on the already existing ones.
New York City Public Schools To Increase COVID Testing, Relax Quarantine RulesThis comes after the first school had to close for a week due to a cluster of cases among staff.
Gov. Hochul Announces Plan To Address School Bus Driver ShortageNew York is taking steps to address a mounting shortage of school bus drivers.
New York City Officials Celebrate 1st Day Of School, Parents Say They're Still NervousFor the first time in a year and a half, all 1 million students in New York City public schools were expected back for in-person learning.