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Student Quarantine Experiences:

Students from Crotona International High School shared different ways of staying healthy and inspired in their Sharing is Project. Above are select slides from three student projects.

– Day of Action Art Gallery

Students of South Bronx International Middle School share work they did during Juneteenth Day of Action. Students made artwork around the themes of protest, freedom, justice, and Black Lives Matter.

– ELA Team 1 – A Student Website 

– ELA Team 2 – A Student Website

The ELA classes at Pan American International High School at Monroe created web sites that share their quarantine experiences through a collection of poems, songs and memes.

– Behind the Screens — A Student Website

Sara Cunningham, ELA teacher at the International High School – Health Sciences, had her students make a website this semester. The website is called “Behind the Screens,” and it includes student poetry, journals, editorials, photographs, and artwork about their experiences and the COVID-19 crisis.

Educators Post Creative Messages

Some of our schools put together these fun videos to connect and engage with their students and to remind them that they are still a strong community despite this difficult time.

Manhattan International High School 


International High School at Prospect Heights


San Francisco International High School


Brooklyn International High School


 International High School at LaGuardia Community College





A special message to our schools…



Below is a list of valuable resources that we have pooled together to help educators support their students and their families navigate these difficult times.

Best Practices for Remote Learning for Multilingual Learners

Resources Related to Online or Remote Learning in General

Resources for Content-Area Curriculum, Materials, Activities, etc

Resources & Supports for Students and Families (Housing, Employment, Immigration, etc)