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DSNY Holiday Calendar- NYC Garbage Schedule

To help provide city residents with Sanitation-related service reminders, updates, and special event schedules, the New York City Department of Sanitation has launched DSNY Info
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New York City New Years Eve 2021 Street Closures

FROM NOTIFY NYC:
In support of the New Year’s Eve celebration, numerous street closures will be in effect for Manhattan beginning at 4:00 AM on 12/31 until 1:00 AM on 1/1. The following streets will be blocked to motorists:
-West 42nd Street to West 49th Street between 6th Avenue and 8th Avenue
-West 50th Street to West 59th Street between 6th Avenue and 8th Avenue
Surrounding streets near the area are also subject to closure if necessary. Motorists should consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time.
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NYC Department of Education School Year Calendar 2021–2022

NYC Department of Education School Year Calendar 2021–2022


This is the 2021–22 school year calendar for all K–12 NYCDOE public schools. If your child attends a private, parochial, or charter school, please contact your child’s school for information about their calendar.

Please note the following reminders: November 2, Election Day, will be a fully remote, asynchronous instructional day for all students.
• On “Snow days” or days when school buildings are closed due to an emergency, all students and families should plan
on participating in remote learning.
• Parent-teacher conference dates are the citywide defaults; individual school dates might differ from those below.
Your child’s teacher will work with you to schedule your conference.

DATE WEEKDAY EVENT


September 13 Monday First day of school for students


September 16 Thursday Yom Kippur, schools closed

 


October 11 Monday Italian Heritage Day/Indigenous Peoples’ Day, schools closed


November 2 Tuesday Election Day, fully remote, asynchronous instructional day


November 3 Wednesday Evening parent-teacher conferences for elementary schools and K–8 schools.


November 4 Thursday Afternoon parent-teacher conferences for elementary schools and K–8 schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.


November 10 Wednesday Evening parent-teacher conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools.
November 11 Thursday Veterans Day, schools closed


November 12 Friday Afternoon parent-teacher conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.


November 17 Wednesday Evening parent-teacher conferences for middle schools and District 75 school programs.


November 18 Thursday Afternoon Conferences for middle schools and District 75 school programs; students in
these schools dismissed three hours early.


November 25–26
Thursday– Friday Thanksgiving Recess, schools closed

December 24–31
Friday– Friday Winter Recess, schools closed


January 17 Monday Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, schools closed


January 25–
28
Tuesday–
Friday Regents Administration


NYCDOE School Year Calendar 2021–22
DATE WEEKDAY EVENT


January 31 Monday Professional Development day for 9–12 and 6–12 schools, students in these schools do not
attend


February 1 Tuesday Lunar New Year, schools closed


February 2 Wednesday Spring Term begins for semester-based schools


February 21–25
Monday–Friday Midwinter Recess, schools closed


March 2 Wednesday Evening parent-teacher conferences for elementary schools and K–8 schools.


March 3 Thursday Afternoon parent-teacher conferences for elementary schools and K–8 schools; students in
these schools dismissed three hours early.


March 9 Wednesday Evening parent-teacher conferences for middle schools and district 75 schools and
programs.


March 10 Thursday Afternoon parent-teacher conferences for middle schools and district 75 schools and
programs; students in these schools dismissed three hours early.


March 16 Wednesday Evening parent-teacher conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools.


March 18 Friday Afternoon parent-teacher conferences for high schools, K–12, and 6–12 schools; students in
these schools dismissed three hours early.


March 29–31 Tuesday–
Thursday 3–8 ELA Assessment administration


April 15–22 Friday–Friday Spring Recess (includes Good Friday and Passover), schools closed


April 26–28 Tuesday– Thursday 3–8 Math Assessment administration

May 2 Monday Eid al-Fitr, schools closed


May 30 Monday Memorial Day, schools closed


June 7 Tuesday Clerical Day, K–5, K–6, 6–8, and K–12 schools and D75 programs, students in these schools
do not attend


June 9 Thursday Anniversary Day, Chancellor’s Conference Day for staff development, students do not
attend


June 15–24 Wednesday –Friday Regents Administration


June 20 Monday Juneteenth (observed), schools closed


June 27 Monday Last day of school for students

 

Try A Staten Island Christmas House Caravan for a Fun, Safe Celebration

Try A Staten Island Christmas House Caravan for a Fun, Safe Celebration

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Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge Closes to All Traffic 7 a.m.- 4 p.m. Nov. 7, 2021

Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge to All Traffic Between 7 a.m. & 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7 2021 MTA Announces Service Details for TCS New York City Marathon
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2021 TCS New York City Marathon

About

The 50th running of the TCS New York City Marathon is set for November 7, 2021. The TCS New York City Marathon is the largest marathon in the world and the signature event of New York Road Runners (NYRR), the world’s premier community running organization.

Registration was open from June 8 through June 15 for runners affected by the cancellation of the 2020 event. Registration is open through NYRR Team for KidsInternational Tour Operators (ITOs), NYRR partners, and Official Charity Partners.

The TCS New York City Marathon

The race is held annually on the first Sunday of November and this year will include 33,000 runners, from the world’s top professional athletes to runners of all ages and abilities, including charity runners. Participants tour the diverse neighborhoods of New York City’s five boroughs—Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Manhattan.

More than one million spectators and 10,000 volunteers line the city’s streets in support of the runners, while millions more watch the globally televised broadcast.

The race is a founding member of the Abbott World Marathon Majors, which features the world’s top marathons—Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, and New York. Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting, and business solutions organization, is the premier partner of NYRR and the title sponsor of the TCS New York City Marathon. To learn more, visit tcsnycmarathon.org.

Race Number Pickup

Race number pickup will take place at the TCS New York City Marathon Expo Presented by New Balance. The Expo will be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, located at 11th Avenue and West 35th Street, in the three days leading up to the TCS New York City Marathon.

Registered participants will be required to pick up their own race materials in person, during assigned times at the Expo, in advance of the race. The layout, timeline, and programming for the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon Expo will adhere to city and state health and safety requirements for social distancing. We will share further updates at a later date.

2021 TCS New York City Marathon Course

The start village will be located on Staten Island. The course exits Staten Island via the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge and takes runners through Brooklyn and then into Queens before entering Manhattan. After a trip up into the Bronx, runners head back down into Manhattan and enter Central Park. After 26.2 miles, runners finish their journey in Central Park. After collecting their medal in their recovery bag, they head through the walk-off area.

Virtual TCS New York City Marathon

The Virtual TCS New York City Marathon Powered by Strava will return for the fourth time and will include four different ways to sign up when registration opens on June 10. The race period will be October 23 to November 7 and the race is part of New York Road Runners’ Volvo Cars Virtual Racing Powered by Strava.

Health and Safety

The health and safety of the running community is our top priority, and all event participants and attendees will be required to adhere to specific coronavirus (COVID-19) guidelines. We are working with our city, state, and agency partners to plan a safe and exciting event and we recognize that guidelines are likely to change between now and November. We will continue to keep runners updated on the latest health and safety procedures and guidelines. Read health and safety FAQs.

Frequently Asked Questions

In order to ensure a safe race day, runners traveling to New York are expected to adhere to federal, state, and local health and safety guidelines, including pre-travel testing and quarantine requirements. NYRR’s guidelines will include social distancing, elimination of touchpoints, enhanced health and safety protocols, and testing and tracing.

FAQ page,  lays out answers to the most important questions on how to register, how the marathon might be different this year, and what you can expect during race week itself.


All information is subject to change.

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