Bring MEMBERSHIP DUES to the first meeting and save the postage.

$25 INSERVICE       $20 RETIREES 


All paid members receive student graduation certificates and an end-of-year gift.

​If you know another supervisor of science, please encourage them to join us.

February 2024 PD Meeting


DATE:        2/13/24

TIME:         9:30 am - 3:00 pm

​Location:  Math for America building at

                  915 Broadway New York, NY 10010

Sponsor:  National Geographic​​

CTLE credit available for attendance at these meetings

Highlights of Past Meetings

Good Afternoon Everyone:


Our morning session will focus on strategies for supporting ENL students in the science classroom and for the afternoon session we are excited to share we will have a National Geographic Explorer to tell us about their research



THANK YOU SPONSORS!​​

Cengage/National Geographic (2023)

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Dec. 2019)

New Visions (Nov. 2019)

iTutor (Oct. 2019)

Lab Aids (Apr. 2019)

McGraw Hill Education (Dec. 2018)

 LiveOn NY (Nov. 2018)

Pearson Education ( Sept. 2018)

Mcraw-Hill Education (April 2018)  ​​

Vernier  (Jan. 2018)

Lab Aids

Penquin Random House

​Pearson Publishing

McGraw Hill​​

Random House Publishers 

​American Museum of Natural History

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge

Perfection Learning

Cengage Learning


NYCDOE Updated the

Science Safety Manual

(Grades 6-12)

​Become A Member!

Submit your information in  the online form below or send a completed membership form by mail 

Please be advised the New York City Department of Education Science Safety Manual for Grades 6–12 has been updated and is now available on WeTeach; this manual replaces the 2008 Science Safety Manual version for grades 6–12. Note that the 2008 Science Safety Manual is still applicable for grades K–5. 

The new NYCDOE Science Safety Manual Grades 6–12 is designed for secondary school administrators, science teachers, laboratory specialists, and other staff working with secondary science classes. It provides guidance around safe and ethical procedures for science teaching and learning—including information on City, State, and federal regulations for science laboratories, investigations, and experiential learning activities.


It also contains information about obtaining, using, storing, and disposing of chemicals and materials used for science and STEM activities, and provides a set of relevant links, forms, and other resources to support science safety.

For questions, email STEM@schools.nyc.gov with the subject line, “Science Safety Manual.”