CCEC Get Out The Vote

Next week, the New York City Department of Education will be hosting what we hope will be the largest online municipal election in history – the 2021 Citywide and Community Education Council Elections!

This year, more than one million parents are eligible to vote, and we are encouraging parents to vote through their online NYCSA account in the comfort of their own homes. This week and next will be about “Getting Out the Vote.” DOE has mailed flyers to families, and advertised across the City - from buses, to radio shows, news media, and more. Next week, we will be robocalling families with a message from the Chancellor reminding everyone to vote.

Voting begins this Saturday, May 1st and continues until Tuesday, May 11th

How can you support?

While we expect most families to cast their online votes at home, we will be hosting in-person voting sites across the City. In-person voting sites will be open during the hours of 4pm – 7pm, on weekdays from Monday, May 3rd to Tuesday, May 11th. The in-person locations will be:


  • District 7 Superintendent Alvarez’ Office, 501 Cortlandt Avenue

  • I.S. 232 (09X218), 1220 Gerard Ave.

  • The School of Applied Science and Learning (12X300), 2050 Prospect Avenue


  • Progress High School, Grand Street Campus (14K474), 850 Grand

  • Boys and Girls High School (16K455), 1700 Fulton Street

  • James Madison High School (22K425), 3787 Bedford Ave


  • Anna Silver School (01M20), 166 Essex Street

  • Harriet Tubman School (05M154), 250 W. 127th St.

  • Michael J. Buczek, (06M048), 4360-78 Broadway


  • Queens School for Leadership and Excellence, (28Q349), 8808 164th Street, Jamaica

  • P.S. 112 Dutch Kills (30Q112), 25-05 37 Avenue, Long Island City

  • 5/3-5/7 only: American School of Heroes (27Q137), 109-15 98 Street

  • 5/10-5/11 only: P.S. 42 R. Vernan (27Q042), 488 Beach 66 Street

Staten Island 

  • Susan E. Wagner High School (31R460), 1200 Manor Road

  • Port Richmond High School (31R445), 85 St. Joseph Avenue

This will be the largest CCEC election in DOE history with a record-breaking 1,750 parents running for seats - let's work together to make it a success!


Adrienne Austin, Esq.

Deputy Chancellor

Division of Community Empowerment, Partnerships, and Communications

New York City Department of Education