Stuyvesant In-Person School Fall 2021 Updates

New health and safety measures have been implemented after school reopening to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Students are required to complete the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) Health Screening daily before entering the school building in the morning.

All school visitors and volunteers must be vaccinated with at least one dose and show proof of vaccination to be allowed into schools.

The NYCDOE is offering vaccine clinics across the city, and families are encouraged to get vaccinated so students can protect both themselves and others.

Students are required to be vaccinated to participate in high-risk PSAL sports and extracurricular activities.

All students, staff, and visitors must wear masks while in the Stuyvesant building. Additional masks and supplies to sanitize equipment are provided.

The music department has ordered specialized masks for the chorus and band classes.

Physical education (P.E.) classes will be using outdoor spaces if the weather permits.

Students are currently not required to change into their uniforms for P.E. but will be expected to use the locker rooms to change beginning in early October.

Hallway and P.E. lockers are free for all students this year.

All elective gym courses are offered with the exception of Ballroom Dance.

Stuyvesant has adapted IO Classroom (Skedula) as the school’s primary grading resource, as opposed to Jupiter Ed.


The Student Union hosted the annual Clubs and Pubs Fair on September 20, 22, and 23.

The SHSAT is scheduled to be administered in December 2021.

Social studies teacher Robert Sandler was awarded the MIT Influential Teacher Award.

English teacher Annie Thoms was featured in a 9/11 Remembrance Interview by Spectrum News NY1.