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Remote Learning Information and Resources for FLHS Students, Teachers, Parents, Guardians,
Remote Learning Information and Resources for
FLHS Students, Teachers, Parents, Guardians, and Alumni
Greetings students, parents, and guardians! For important updates and information, visit
, and follow us on Twitter
. Visit the
NYCDOE Learn at Home page
for additional updates,
resources, and student activities for all grades (and for a variety of subjects) including for students with
special needs in the Specialized Instruction section. Be sure to read
Chancellor Carranza's June 3 Letter on
Striving for Justice
. We have provided additional related resources below.
Introducing Our New FLHS Library Website
The FLHS Library is now virtual!
Visit our wonderful new FLHS Library website by clicking here
. Have you
2020 Summer Reading Assignment yet
? Click here to find a great book for independent
reading on the
information about e-reading
page. Looking for something fun to do?
Click here to access fun virtual activities on topics including travel, art, music, and exercise
For FLHS Library Research Tools and Links, click here
Are you a Book Lover? Click here to get started on your summer reading journey.
College and Career Planning and Important Updates for Students and Families
Visit the new FLHS College and Career Center Website for College and Career Planning
Want to get ahead on some College and Career planning? Click here for some FLHS Library resources.
Check out this NYCDOE College and Career planning resource for students and families
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! Calling all recent grads and FLHS Alumni:
register for the FLHS Alumni Association
for updates, information, and to connect with your alumni and school communities. The Francis Lewis High School Alumni Association is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to
supporting the FLHS alumni and school communities. For more information, visit
2020-2021 Common Application Essay Prompts
Important updates about Advanced Placement Exams
Enroll in Harvard University's FREE online courses
Live Virtual Programs and Resources
Juneteenth: A Celebration of Self-Emancipation, Friday, June 19 at 5:00 pm
A Tribute to Fatherhood: Our Stories, Our Voices: Black Men Speak Their Truth Friday, June 19 at
For details about these programs,
On June 19, click here to celebrate Juneteenth 2020 with The New York Public Library
book lists, and resources for students, educators, and families.
Click here to access additional teaching resources about Juneteenth from the Morningside Center:
Celebrate Pride Month 2020
Queens Library has provided booklists, programs, and resources on their website.
For details, click here
Looking for some new titles for independent reading this summer? Click here for the Queens Library Summer Reading booklist for high school students!
Click here for the PDF version
NYCDOE Guidance to Foster Ongoing Dialogue and Action About Race and Equity
Chancellor Carranza's June 3 letter and more information
Chancellor Carranza's June 19 Letter about Juneteenth
NYCDOE Resources for Families How to Talk to Your Children About Race and Current Events
Guidance for Family Conversations about George Floyd, Racism, and Law Enforcement
Talking to Kids About Racism, Early and Often
(New York Times)
31 Children’s books
to support conversations on race, racism and resistance (Embrace Race)
Black Lives Matter Still Matters
Talking about Race for Parents & Caregivers
(National Museum of African American History & Culture)
Coming Together, Standing Up to Racism
for more information
Courageous Conversations Compass and the Four Agreements
The Cultural Proficiency Framework
Culturally Responsive Sustaining Education Framework.
is grounded in a
and human development in which multiple expressions of diversity are recognized and regarded as assets for
Anti-Defamation League Resources:
Anti-Bias Tools and Strategies: These additional resources provide a wide
range of tips, tools, strategies and lessons for K-12 educators, administrators, students and family members to
promote safe, respectful and inclusive learning environments:
ADL Webinars: Fighting Hate from Home
Additional Resources for Teachers are posted on the
FLHS Library website including:
Teaching Tolerance: Resources on Race and Ethnicity
WeTeachNYC on Racism
We Teach NYC on Civic Education
Anti-Defamation League: Engaging Young People in Conversations about Race and Racism
NY Times The Learning Network : A conversation about growing up black
Educators for Social Justice
Virtual Museum Tours, Arts, and Culture
Click here for the FLHS Library page with fun virtual activities on topics including travel, art, music, and exercise
Visit 35 Black Art and History Museums
Smithsonian's Asian and Pacific American Center
Visit El Museo
Google Arts and Culture has partnered with hundreds of museums all over the world in order to offer
free virtual tours. Many NYC Museums have shared free virtual tours
New York State is home to many world-renowned museums, cultural institutions, zoos, and more. Due
to coronavirus restrictions, these incredible attractions are temporarily closed, but many can still be explored
online from the comfort of your own home. Click here to access New York State's best online events,
virtual tours, webcams, and livestreams.
12 Additional Virtual Museum Tours
Take a virtual trip upstate to the Corning Museum
The mission of
is to "preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. We do this to remind one another of our shared humanity, to strengthen and build the connections between people, to teach the value of listening, and to weave into the fabric of our culture the understanding that everyone’s story matters. At the same time, we are creating an invaluable archive for future generations."
Listen to StoryCorps interviews and/or record your own.
Interested in the humanities and interdisciplinary connections? Visit EdSitement.
SEL and Self-Care Resources for Educators, Schools, Parents and Guardians, Related to Distance Learning and COVID-19
for SEL and Self-Care Resources for Educators, Schools, and Parents and Guardians from Panorama Education
Self-Care Exercises and Activities
Mental Health Resources provided by the NYCDOE
These can help address stress and trauma that children and families may be experiencing at this time
Managing Strong Emotional Reactions to Trauma
(National Association of School Psychologists)
Radical Self Care in the Face of Mounting Racial Stress
(American Psychological Association)
Free Mental Health Support
For Staff, students and parents
Call: 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355) Text: WELL to 65173
Visit NYCWELL for more resources:
Queens Library Summer Reading Programs
Join kids, teens, and adults in developing literacy skills and a lifelong love of reading!
Queens Library has two programs aimed at encouraging life-long reading habits: Imagine Your Story (ages 13 to 17) and Imagine Your Story (18+) Once you've earned enough points you'll receive a completion certificate you can print and share!
News Literacy Activities and Resources
ALL FLHS students and teachers have free access to the New York Times digital edition! Click here.
Scholastic Learn at Home
Virtual Learning: Educational Technology and Tools for Teachers
Visit the NYCDOE InfoHub for Information and Updates regarding Remote Learning
Explore resources and tools created by Google to inspire creativity, encourage hands-on learning, and equip your students with digital skills.
Find new educational technology tools here
Visit this page to find virtual instruction resources curated by the National Council of Teachers of English
This page will continue to be updated. Last updated: 6/18/2020
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