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District 27

Bounded by Nassau County on one side and Brooklyn on the other, District 27 is the southernmost district in Queens. It reaches to the farthest seashores of Far Rockaway, where planes from JFK airport fly overhead, to the single-family homes in Howard Beach and Woodhaven. Although the district is racially and ethnically diverse, many neighborhoods are dominated by one particular race. Overcrowding and limited choice at the elementary and middle school levels make it difficult for most students to attend anything but their zoned school.

District contacts

Each district has a superintendent, and a family advocate who is charged with responding to parents' concerns.
In addition, parents in each district elect a Communty Education Council (CEC), an advisory panel, to represent them. CEC members have little formal power but some are effective advocates for parents.

Superintendent: Michelle Lloyd-Bey, (718) 642-5770
Family advocate: Margaret Finnerty, (718) 642-5770
CEC: Community Education Council 27, (718) 642-5808
District 27 office
82-01 Rockaway Blvd.
Ozone Park, NY 11416 - Map
Special Education

Most questions about special education can be answered by your child's teacher or principal. If you are new to New York City or your child attends private or parochial school, contact the nearest Committee on Special Education for an evaluation.

Committee on Special Education
Chris Ceniola
Satellite Office, 82-01 Rockaway Blvd
Ozone Park, NY 11416 - Map

Phone: (718) 642-5715

To enroll your child, go to the school or the nearest enrollment office.

Enrollment Office
90-27 Sutphin Blvd
Queens 11435, NY 11416 - Map

Phone: (718) 935-2393

Special Education Enrollment
28-11 Queens Plaza North
Queens, NY 11101
Phone:(718) 391-8386

If these offices can not answer your questions, see DOE contacts

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