Join us on November 13th for this must-see presentation!!
Financial Aid Workshop
Date: Wednesday November 13th
Time: 6:30 PM General PA meeting, 7 PM Speaker
College Financial Aid Expert
Are you eligible for aid?
Need-based aid vs. Merit-based aid
How to minimize your Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
Student assets vs. parent assets
How colleges view 529 and other education savings plans
How colleges view retirement plans and retirement contributions
Which schools offer the most need-based and/or merit-based money
How colleges treat divorced/separated situations
How to negotiate and improve your initial financial aid award with colleges
Postponed | Curious About Plans to Rehab the iSchool Building?
For years there has been talk about how and when to renovate the structure we share with Chelsea. Now, Jennifer Maldanado, executive director of the New York City Educational Construction Fund (ECF)*, has asked to speak to iSchool parents about the progress that is being made on this front. Join us for our November PA meeting to learn more.
*Here’s more info about ECF:
The mission of the New York City Educational Construction Fund (ECF) is to build safe, secure learning environments. ECF encourages comprehensive neighborhood development by constructing mixed-use real estate projects which feature new school facilities. ECF increases the capacity of the New York City Department of Education to construct new school facilities, thereby increasing the number of seats for the entire school system. ECF is a public benefit corporation that was created by the New York State Legislature in 1967 and since that time has constructed projects that added over 18,000 school seats, 4,500 units of housing and 1.2 million square feet of office space in New York City.