Important Notices and Information
Until further notice instruction will be Remote Only
If you need help enrolling in your online class please contact your counselor or teacher for enrollment instructions.
Choosing Remote Instruction for Fall 2020
Families have the option of choosing to have their child attend school solely through remote learning. Schools should assume that students will be attending school in-person as set forth in the school’s selected programming model unless families choose to enroll their child into full-time remote learning.
Read the Chancellor's Letter to Families for updates to the reopening plans, including a comparison of remote and blended learning
Complete the Learning Preference survey
Process for Choosing Fully Remote Instruction
Families can choose full-time remote learning at any time, for any reason, using the Learning Preference online form.
To ensure as many families as possible are aware of this form, schools will make best efforts to inform families through their communication channels (including email, social media, phone calls). The DOE will support these efforts by promoting the form through media channels.
Families who choose full-time remote learning will be able to reevaluate their choice during certain set time periods to change their preference and have their child to receive in-person instruction instead.
These set time periods will be communicated to schools and families at the beginning of the school year.
When families choose to switch their student to in-person instruction, schools will make every effort to accommodate these requests based on programming and space capacity.
The window will close at least two weeks prior to when the student would switch to in-person instruction to allow schools and families sufficient time to prepare.
As always, families can engage with their school leadership if they face unforeseen circumstances or challenges in their learning and can coordinate with their school to make adjustments outside of these set time periods.
Schools will have access to real-time reports indicating students who have chosen full-time remote learning
Because families can choose full-time remote learning at any time, schools should review these reports on a daily basis.
In these same reports, schools will be able to see which families who have chosen full-time remote learning are opting back into in-person instruction for the next set time period.
Timeline for Choosing Fully Remote Instruction
July 15 – August 7
Families can begin opting into full-time remote learning.
During this window, families can opt back into in-person instruction if needed.
Week of August 10
Families can continue to opt into remote only learning
Send reports to schools indicating which students have opted into full-time remote learning
Non-respondents should be programmed for in-person instruction (based on model school selects)
School begins for all student
P2G is a full-time free program and is a part of the New York City Department of Education. We have locations citywide, and serve students age 17-21.
Instruction for ALL reading and language levels
Breakfast and/or lunch are provided at some sites to eligible students
Metrocards for all eligible students
ENL and Spanish bilingual preparation for the high school equivalency diploma
College & Career Resource Centers (CCRC) to coach students and guide students for college and career success
Partnerships with organizations like Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow, YMCA, The Door and CUNY City University of New York
Paid internships and training through Workforce Development (WFD)
Instruction from certified teachers in all five sections of the High School Equivalency exam: Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies
Rolling admission which enables students to enroll throughout the school year
School programs like Bicycle Club, which partners with Citi Bike to recycle older bikes for students
Boys & Girls
1700 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11213
67-69 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Our Referral Centers are the first point of entry to our program. In order to be enrolled in Pathways to Graduation, you must go to one of our Referral Centers.
What to Bring:
Photo ID (School, State, IDNYC)
IEP if applicable
*17 years olds MUST come with a parent