Also, if you know which college you plan to attend, search their site and call their financial aid office. They very likely also have a "financial aid calculator" on their web site that you can use to estimate costs.
If you want a database for scholarships to apply for, try Scholarships.com to apply for additional funding.
This school year English Language Learners are invited to be apart of a 14 week remote learning experience for 90 minutes on Saturday mornings, from 8:30am - 10:00am. Starting in January. Students will be assigned to a grade level google classroom and will be given ebooks to work with in English grammar and phonics. Seats are limited so we ask you to sign up as soon as possible.
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GET FOOD NYC - https://nyc-oem.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=d781ef8a46cf417dbbfaf28f3b902ac4
Use this map to find locations that offer free food (food pantries and Grab & Go meals at NYC schools), as well as grocery stores and farmers' markets.
Grab & Go Meals (NYC Schools)
Food Pantry/Mobile Food Pantry
Soup Kitchen/Mobile Soup Kitchen
Greenmarket/Farm stand/Fresh Food box
Grab & Go sites are updated daily and Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen Sites are updated weekly.
Hours and locations on this map are subject to change. It is possible additional food locations are open but not featured on this map.
To locate all of the food site near an address, use the Near Me tool , located directly beneath the Address Search Bar.
Enter an address or click on a location on the map
Set the buffer distance
Select the type of site from the list
From this list, select a site to see the address and distance from the original location. Additional information like operating hours and phone numbers is available on some of the site types.
In “Communities around the World,” students learn about communities around the world. They also learn about citizenship around our world. Students bring with them knowledge about their communities.
Grade 4: New York State and Local History and Government
Grade 4 Social Studies is focused on New York State and local communities and their change over time. They study geography, history, economics, and government. Fourth grade students will make and learn about local connections. They learn about the State’s history from before the European colonial era to the modern period. They make connections to present-day New York State and the local community.
Grade 5: The Western Hemisphere
Grade 5 Social Studies is focused on the history and geography of the Western Hemisphere. This includes how cultures developed, civilizations, and empires. They will learn the interaction between societies. They will compare the government and economic systems of modern nations. They also learn elements of archaeology. There are seven Key Ideas that cover a time span from prehistory into modern times. Students will make local connections throughout the course.