NEW YORK CITY SCHOOLS ACCOUNT NYCSA
NYC Schools Account, also known as Schoolsaccount.nyc is an extremely important website for parents and guardians. The NYC Schools Account is not to complete the middle school application. To create your account, click here.
Please find on this page the NYCSA video for parents: NYCSA Account Set Up Guide for Parents.
Once registered on the site you can:
• See your child's recent report cards, promotional status, test scores, attendance
records, and much more.
• Verify and update your phone number, and email address
• This account is for Grades PreK to 12th Grade
Accounts can only be set up by the parent/legal guardian. If you need assistance setting up your account, please email Ms. Lucy at LLamothe@schools.nyc.gov Please include the parent's name, student name, and
student’s class. Please provide a contact email and phone number.
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IRS certified VITA/TCE volunteer preparers. In-person or online options. No fees so you get more money from credits like the NYC Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). If you earn $80,000 or less, file for free with NYC Free Tax Prep.
Pet Owner Eviction Project
Animal Haven's Pet Owner Eviction Project, in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Animal Welfare and NYC Emergency Management's Animal Planning Task Force, is seeking to connect vulnerable tenants at risk of losing their pets while facing a potential eviction with free and low-cost resources.
COVID-19 Pet Hotline: 877-204-8821
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Temporary Water Bill Amnesty
As New York City recovers from the pandemic, DEP is offering this limited one-time amnesty with up to 100% interest forgiveness for all delinquent customers. If you owe water and wastewater charges, you may be eligible for this amnesty offer.
To confirm your eligibility, see your available options and receive amnesty immediately, use the Amnesty Look Up Tool below.
If your remaining delinquent balance is greater than $500, you will be required to enter into a new payment agreement with DEP upon request.
Don’t miss your chance to take advantage of this one-time amnesty program before it ends.
For questions or concerns, please see our FAQ’s.
Food Help NYC: Free food locations including food pantries & soup kitchens.
NYC Well: Free, confidential mental health support in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365. Call 888-NYC-WELL or text “WELL” to 65173.
Mental Health For All: A comprehensive hub with helplines and services that offer a range of free, direct support to meet the needs of all New Yorkers.
Buildings After Hours: Free in-person information session with DOB staff every Tuesday from 4 PM to 7 PM at your local borough office.
COVID-19 and Other Respiratory Illnesses: Resources including test kits, treatment, vaccines, and masks available to New Yorkers as New York City experiences high levels of COVID-19, flu, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and other respiratory viruses.
Notify NYC: Enroll for free in New York City’s dedicated emergency public communications program.
311: Non-emergency municipal services available online, by texting 311-692, or by calling 3-1-1 from within the City or 212-NEW-YORK outside the five boroughs. TTY service is also available by dialing 212-504-4115.