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Learn the procedures for reporting to the New York State Central Register for child abuse and maltreatment.
Students who are arrested and detained or incarcerated can attend school. We offer these programs for detained or incarcerated students.
If you or your child has faced a crisis or traumatic event, we have supports and resources to help you.
Our program Living for the Young Family Through Education (LYFE) is for the children of students who are parents.
Get information, resources, and support for children in foster care.
The law requires that students living in temporary housing have the same public education and the same educational services as students with permanent housing. Get help and learn more about rights, supports, and contacts.
The Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention Specialists (SAPIS) program provides a range of prevention and intervention services in grades K-12.