Chancellor’s Family Letter Regarding Remote Learning

Hello Students and Families,

If your student needs an internet-connected device to participate in remote
learning, and you have not yet filled out a device request form, you can request one at the following link:

For instructions on accessing DOE student accounts and getting started in Google Classroom, you may visit

For more details, please read the Chancellor’s Family Letter, attached below: Family Letter_Remote Learning_3.22.20.

Resources for Students & Families

Transit Tech CTE High School is committed to serving our students, families, and community during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We put together a list of resources to help community members navigate the crisis. We will continue to update it as the situation develops.

Please find the resources at the following link:

Please contact Ms. Findley at if there are additional resources that you would like to add to this document.

Letter to Families about Google Classroom

Dear Students and Parents/Guardians:

This letter serves to provide you with some important information about how to continue working in your various classes from home. It is important that you follow the steps below in order to successfully ensure that your assignments are completed and submitted to your teachers. If you have not been doing so already, you will need to use your Transit Tech’s Gmail account in order to access your classes in Google Classroom. Remote/Online Learning will begin on Monday March 23rd, 2020.

As you continue to prepare for your online classes, please explore the following links that will help to support you, especially if you need support in using Google Classroom.

Student/Parent tutorial

Overview of Google Classroom:  

How do I complete assignments and turn them in?

Reminder: Be sure to log in daily to each of your classes to access and complete your assignments. This will also be used to verify your daily participation in class. 

Please note that the DOE might contact you regarding use of their Google Suite but because most of our students have already been using the Transit Tech Google suite, we encourage you to use your Transit Tech’s gmail account to access your Transit Tech’s Google Classrooms.

Update on Remote Learning

Dear Transit Tech Students and Parents,
We need to be in touch with you to ensure you are successful at Transit Tech, during this difficult time when the school building is closed.
If you are not communicating with us daily and engaging in remote learning, please complete the following form:
Transit Tech High School

Seeking Leadership Council Members!

NYC Law Dept Family Court Divison

The New York City Law Department is inviting youth to become part of the Family Court Division Youth Leadership Council.  They are seeking students between the ages of 14-21 to be the youth voices needed to improve policies within the Family Court Division and the City of New York.  

The Youth Leadership Council will be responsible for observing all aspects of the court process and provide feedback around a variety of issues including court efficiency, technology, case filings, dispositions and victim impact. 

If you are interested in joining the council, please see Ms. Cisco (Rm 225) or Mr. Mompelas (209) for an application.  Application deadline is October 25th.  

Interested in Careers in Law?

The National Bar Association Crump Law Camp was established to provide students entering the 9th through 11th grades (ages 14 to 17) with an introduction to the American judicial system. Three other national minority bars—the Hispanic National Bar Association, the Native American Bar Association and the National Asian Pacific Bar Association have generously given their support to the camp as well. By providing incentives, motivation and direction to aspiring law students of color, the National Bar Association Crump Law Camp helps prepare the nation’s future lawyers, judges and protectors of the judicial system. The inaugural two-week camp was held during the summer of 2001 at Howard University School of Law supported by a grant from the Ford Motor Company Fund. Thirty-two students of diverse backgrounds and ethnicities descended upon the Howard University campus where they were introduced to law school and learned some of the skills required to be an effective lawyer.

If you are interested in applying, please click the link below:

Crump Law Day Application