There's an update on the COVID restrictions for New York City public school athletes.
PSAL: Schools Can Allow Spectators At Games NowThere's an update on the COVID restrictions for New York City public school athletes.
4 LI Districts Join 'My Brother's Keeper' InitiativeMore schools on Long Island are joining a national effort first founded by President Barack Obama.
Gov. Hochul Pushes For Schools To Have Vaccination SitesGov. Kathy Hochul is pushing for schools in New York state to have COVID vaccination sites as the state prepares for younger children to get the shot.
FDNY Quickly Puts Out Fire At Barnard College; No Injuries ReporteCBS2's Kristine Johnson has the breaking details.
Report: NYC School Attendance Among Students Living In Shelters Lower Than Permanently Housed PeersA troubling new report has found that New York City students living in shelters had significantly lower attendance rates than their permanently housed peers. As a result, advocates are calling on the city for change. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Rally Held For Student-Athletes Impacted By COVID RestrictionsCBS2's Jessica Moore has the latest.
Remote Learning At Rockland County School Continues Through DecemberSpring Valley High School will continue with remote learning through the end of the calendar year after mold was found in the building.
Spotswood High School Students Under Quarantine After Students Who Attended Homecoming Dance Test Positive For COVID-19In-school COVID-19 outbreaks reached 96 this week in New Jersey, and now nearly 200 students are under quarantine in Middlesex County after potential exposure during a school dance; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
College 'Shopping Sheet' Now Required By Law In New JerseyA so-called "shopping sheet" is changing the way New Jersey college students anticipate expenses, and in the Garden State, it's now required by law; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Long Island Parents Voice Concerns About Lunches Schools Are Providing For StudentsParents in a Long Island school district are upset about what their kids are getting served for lunch, and they may not be alone. Schools around the country are facing problems with school lunches thanks to supply chain and labor shortages caused by the pandemic; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Paterson Public School Named Top Elementary, Middle School In State By US News And World ReportStudents at a public school in New Jersey are excelling and being recognized for their excellence despite challenges of the ongoing pandemic and crime in their neighborhood; CBS2's Thalia Perez reports.
Queens School Keeps Kids Connected Through Morning NewscastWhen COVID hit, we all tried to find new ways to stay in touch. A school in Queens kept their kids connected with a morning newscast starring fellow students; CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Rockland County High School Closed Over 'Suspicion Of Hazardous Materials'A Rockland County high school had to quickly switch to remote learning for all students Wednesday after mold was found in the building.
Vaccinations For Elementary School Children Could Be Available As Early As NovemberThe effort to start vaccinating elementary school children could begin as early as November. Gov. Kathy Hochul says the state of New York is working with pediatricians on a rollout plan; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Mayoral Candidates Weigh In On Plans To Overhaul Gifted And Talented ProgramMayor Bill de Blasio plans to overhaul the Gifted and Talented Program in New York City schools, but with the mayor leaving office in less than three months, the future of the program really lies with whomever replaces him; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Inquiry May Be Launched Into Newburgh Schools Following Starvation Death Of 7-Year-Old Peter CuacuasCBS2's Tony Aiello has the latest on the investigation.
School Safety Rally Held In ManhattanCBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Rally Planned To Protest COVID Rules For NYC Public School SportsA rally is planned for this weekend to protest COVID rules for New York City public school athletes. Students, coaches and parents say some of the restrictions put them at a severe disadvantage, especially when it comes to scholarships they're counting on; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
New York City Releases Plan To Phase Out Gifted And Talented ProgramMayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter unveiled their plan to phase out the city’s current Gifted and Talented program and replace it with a new one called “Brilliant NYC.” CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
17-Year-Old Boy Stabbed Inside Bronx High SchoolCBS2's Kristine Johnson has the story.
Gov. Murphy Addresses COVID Spread In SchoolsNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has issued a directive requiring all schools to report COVID data on a weekly basis to the health department.
Proposed South Street Seaport Construction Raises Red Flag To SomeCBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the story.
Earl Monroe Basketball School Teaches Kids The Business Of SportA new high school specializing in basketball has just opened in the Bronx, but the focus is educating students for jobs off the court. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Princeton Professor Among Nobel Prize WinnersA German scientist and a Scottish-born scientist who is a professor at Princeton have been awarded the prize for chemistry.