Family Resources

Communication Tools


 ClassDojo icon 

Class Dojo is a communication tool, as well as a positive behavioral intervention support. Classes throughout the building use Class Dojo to monitor classroom behaviors and work habits. It also allows for easy communication between school and home. (Mobile app is available)


 SchoolNet icon with clickable link to the log-in page 

SchoolNet is the NYCDOE's assessment management system.  PS 96 teachers assign assessments via SchoolNet and all our students' assessment data is captured on this digital platform.  It provides our teachers with valuable data that is necessary to plan differentiated lessons that meet the needs of all our scholars.   You can access SchoolNet by clicking the icon above and entering the log-in credentials provided by your child's teacher.  Using this link, students can access their assessments in Math and ELA, as well as the grades they've received.

Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety for Parents of NYC Students

Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety are extremely important issues to the NYCDOE.  Both parents and teachers need to help students be good digital citizens. They both need to support students in using the internet in ways that are safe, responsible, and appropriate. They also help students follow the rules and act in ways that lead to effective digital learning.  Please  visit the link below to help support your child's safe internet use inside and outside of school.

 Chart listing Best Parental Control Practices for children's internet use 

NYCDOE Student Data Privacy Notice

The DOE takes the confidentiality of information about students very seriously. There are several federal and state laws, such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and New York State Education Law 2-d, and local regulations, such as Chancellor’s Regulation A-820, that protect students’ “personally identifiable information” (PII). These laws also place responsibilities on the DOE and outside parties that are given access to students’ PII, including the requirement for the DOE and schools to provide families with the following annual notices: