The District 2, NYCDOE 2017 Middle School Rubric has been published! Thanks to D2 CEC!
The District 2 CEC is pleased to inform you that we are able to share D2 Middle School Admissions rubrics with the families in our community. These rubrics are the standards that the screened middle schools in our community use to evaluate applications.
Please see the District 2 CEC Resources Page for more info.
As you review the rubrics, please use the sample application as a reference to some of the terms in the rubrics. Also please read the introductory pages of the rubric document for important information, including where to go with questions.
CECD2 Diversity Committee
Monday, November 14th at 6:00PM
Come join us in an interactive workshop to explore what diversity means to us. RSVP is not required but appreciated. Please use this link to RSVP.
The workshop is scheduled for Monday, November 14th at 6:00 pm. The location is 333 Seventh Avenue between 28th and 29th Streets in the 7th floor conference room.
CECD2 Calendar Meeting
Wednesday, November 30th at 6:30PM
The next Calendar Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, November 30th at 6:30 pm. The location is Baruch Middle School at 330 East 21st Street between 2nd and 1st Avenues. The Calendar Meetings always provide an opportunity for public comments and we welcome hearing from all members of our community.
MS297 (at 75 Morton St.) Information Session
Tuesday, November 15th at 6:30PM
The information session for the new middle school, MS297 at 75 Morton Street, will be held on Tuesday November 15th at 6:30PM at the Clinton School (10 East 15th Street). Come meet Jacqui and learn more about this exciting new school!
aboutcecAbout the CEC
There are 32 Community Education Councils (CEC) in New York City. The CEC for District 2 oversees public elementary and middle schools in Community School District 2. 9 CEC members are parents of children in the district and are elected by the PTA Presidents, Treasurers and Recording Secretaries of the public and elementary and middle schools they oversee and 2 are appointed by the Borough President.
The function of the CEC is to advocate for public school families in the district and to advise the Department of Education on school policies. Any changes to school zones require approval by the CEC. CECs operate independently of the New York City Department of Education (DOE), and act as liaisons between the public and DOE. All CEC members are volunteers, receiving no compensation for their work.
The CECD2 hosts meetings every month and we always provide an opportunity for public comments. We encourage members of the community to come and participate!