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The Department of Education (DOE) is proposing to unzone the elementary schools of District 4 in an effort to provide families with greater choice and improved access to elementary school options across the district.
The Community Education Council for District 4 (CEC 4) will vote on this proposed unzoning plan at an upcoming meeting. You can download informational resources using the links below.
To download a copy of a presentation outlining the proposed elementary school unzoning of District 4 presented on 05/24/2013 to the Presidents' Council, click here. Please note this presention was amended to move Bilingual Bicultural out of the zoned schools list and into the unzoned school list.
To download a copy of a presentation outlining the proposed elementary school unzoning of District 4 presented on 04/10/2013 to the CEC, click here.
To learn more about the upcoming meeting where the Community Education Council for District 4 (CEC 4) will vote on this proposal, email the CEC atCEC4@schools.nyc.gov or call 212-828-3591.
If you wish to submit a comment or question regarding this proposal, you can email Manhattanzoning@schools.nyc.gov