1. Complete and download this application
2. Email application to with the subject - Working Papers-
3. After the form is submitted, we will schedule a video conference with the minor, and if required, the parent or guardian; required documentation will be shared during the video conference.
4. Once the call has been completed the working card will be mailed
5. Student will sign the card upon receipt
Transition and College Access Center Virtual Office Hours for Families
As a reminder, the NYC borough-based Transition and College Access Centers (TCACs) continue their commitment to supporting schools and families in facilitating a seamless transition from school to adult life for students with IEPs. School staff can register for remote professional learning opportunities and office hours here.
To ensure continuity of support for families, TCACs are now also hosting virtual office hours for families. Each virtual office hour session will have a dedicated staff member available to answer questions, from 5:00–6:00 p.m. daily. Families can register at the NYCDOE website calendar.
For additional information, email NYCTCACs@schools.nyc.gov.
*BrainPop(Open external link) is a group of educational websites that offers short videos and quizzes for students.
*ST Math(Open external link) is a visual math program that supports your child’s understanding of math through creative problem-solving. ST Math is available at no cost until June 30, 2020.
*Audible(Open external link) offers stories in 6 different languages that you and your child could listen to on your computer, phone, or tablet. Audible is available at no cost during your child’s remote learning experience and does not ask for your payment information.
*¡Colorín Colorado!(Open external link) provides free information, activities, and advice to families. Colorín Colorado is a bilingual website in English and Spanish and offers basic parent information in 13 languages.
*E-books in different languages:
SimplyE(Open external link) is The New York Public Library's free e-reader app to borrow e-books. It is available on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices. Students over the age of 13 and parents of students below the age of 13 can register for a library card by using the SimplyE(Open external link) app. Make sure that location services are enabled on your device when signing up for a New York Public Library card.
The International Children's Digital Library Foundation(Open external link) (ICDL Foundation) provides free online books from around the world to both children and adults. Use the Advanced Search(Open external link) page to find online books by preferences such as language, age, and topic.
*Sugarcane website-Educational Games
Offers educational games on a wide array of topics
Interactive K-12 content on language, geography, math, biography, world history, U.S. history, literature, nature, art, sports, and more.