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NYC DOE Email, Phone Number, and Website

November 17, 2019

Contact information for each school: School Search

Phone Number: (718) 935-2200 - Open Monday–Friday, 8 am to 6 pm or call 311

Website: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/ 

Email Addresses:
Chief Enrollment Officer: Sarah Kleinhandler SKleinh@schools.nyc.gov 
Deputy Chief Enrollment Officer: Gabrielle Ramos-Solomon GRamos20@schools.nyc.gov 

High School: HSEnrollment@schools.nyc.gov
Senior Director, High School Admissions: Samuel Daunt SDaunt@schools.nyc.gov 

Middle School: MSEnrollment@schools.nyc.gov
Senior Director, Middle School Admissions: Matthew Broggini MBroggini2@schools.nyc.gov 

Elementary School: ESEnrollment@schools.nyc.gov 
Senior Director, 3K and PRE-K Admissions: Juliet Kaye JKaye2@schools.nyc.gov 
Senior Director, Kindergarten and Gifted & Talented Admissions: Daniel Hildreth DHildreth@schools.nyc.gov 


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