Remote Learning

March 20, 2020

Greetings Eagle Harlem Family,

I hope this letter finds you all safe and healthy. I want to thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate and make sense of this very difficult and uncertain time; but as Eagles, we will SOAR above the storm. The Eagle Harlem staff has been working diligently to ensure a strong start for your son's remote learning classes on Monday, March 23rd. As we navigate this unchartered territory it is important that we take a moment to stop and breath and understand that this is new for all of us. It is our hope to continue to engage your sons through remote learning and to support you through this time. We have provided a checklist to help ensure you have access to the most updated information from the school, instructional materials and resources from your son’s educators.

Students will be able to access all learning via Google Classrooms. Please make sure they log in to their Eagle Harlem email addresses to accept the invite to their classes. They can use a cell phone, iPad, or Laptop. Unfortunately, we no longer have any school-based technology available. Please fill out the NYCDOE technology survey posted on the school website at TODAY. As soon as we find out when the DOE will be delivering devices, we will let you know. Please email me at to be placed on a waitlist for technology.

We will continue to hand out packets and report cards to 7th through 11th grade families ONLY on Monday, March 23rd- Friday, March 27th from 8:30am-1:30pm.

Please do not hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns. If we do not have the answer, we will reach out to the appropriate parties for guidance. We will get through this by working together.

Stay safe, stay healthy, and let’s stay connected.

For the Children,

Principal Washington (I.A.) (email)


  • Students and families will view and, as necessary, review, the lessons and resources on appropriate internet behavior. They will be on our school website and in each Google Classroom.
  • Students and families should ensure that students are adhering to our school and educators expectations for appropriate behavior on web enabled devices.
  • Families should support students in being successful by establishing routines and habits that support their success in remote learning.
  • Students and families should regularly check the school’s website for updates and resources (including “how-to” videos). See the following tabs:
    • Family Resources
    • Remote Learning
    • NYCDOE Updates
    • COVID-19
    • Grief Support
    • Emergency Alerts
  • Students and families should activate and check
    • Eagle email accounts (students)
    • DOE email accounts (students)
    • NYC Schools Account (families)
    • Pupil Path (students/families)
  • Students should complete instructional activities assigned by teachers within the expected due dates.
  • Students should participate in check-ins, discussions, and other communication as expected by the teacher.
  • Students should review teacher feedback and complete any follow-up activities as assigned by the teacher.
  • Students and families should proactively

Having problems with your DOE provided technology device?

Visit the DOE Remote Learning Tech Support site for families.

Zoom is back!

The popular video chatting app has been approved by the DOE, more info here.

Microsoft Office Suite to students and their families for free.

As you may know, the DOE provides the Microsoft Office suite to students and their families for free. To download the software, students and families accessed Microsoft’s hosted site, but as of June 17, 2019, it is hosted by the DOE.

The site’s new domain name is A redirect has be DIIT has been set up, so that visitors to the old domain will be sent automatically to the new domain. This change should not significantly impact students and families, however, it’s helpful for you to know this has happened, should a problem occur.

The portal will also have a slightly new look and feel, so returning users may notice that things look a little different. However, the portal’s functionality will be the same.

For help with student information contact You can find help for Microsoft Office at or contact support on the web at Microsoft Online Support or by calling 877-696-7786.