AnnouncementsComments Off on P-EBT benefits for all NYC school children
NY State issued Pandemic-EBT funds to families for all children enrolled in school for the 2020-2021 school year. If your child was enrolled in our school during this period, your child is automatically “on the list” to receive P-EBT funds that can be used to purchase food.
The P-EBT cards are mailed automatically to the address currently on file with DOE (the address that appears in your NYCSA). Benefits for the Fall 2020 period were mailed in June. Benefits for the Spring 2021 were scheduled to be mailed this fall.
Distribution of P-EBT funds for missed school meals during the 2019-2020 school year have been completed, and new inquiries about this period are no longer being processed.
If you received a card last year, the new funds will be transferred to the same card. If you lost the card, you can visit the NYS P-EBT FAQ webpage or the Community Food Advocates P-EBT webpage or information on how to request a replacement card or what to do about an expired card with a balance.
If you receive SNAP or Medicaid benefits, your funds were transferred to your card for those program.
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PS 58 – The Carroll School
330 Smith Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
131 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
PS 58 Anti-racism Pledge
At PS 58, we will uphold anti-racism in our mission and policies, and we commit to:
Educate ourselves on anti-racist practices collectively as a school and as individuals.
Examine ourselves and the ways in which living under systemic racism leads white people to act, knowingly or unknowingly, in racist ways.
Recognize that those with privilege must use it to act as allies for the Black community.
Foster dialogue with our students in the classroom and with families at home.