High School For Health Professions & Human Services

News and Announcements

The Flu: A Guide for Parents

What is the flu? Influenza (the flu) is an infection of the nose, throat,
and lungs caused by influenza viruses. There are many different influenza viruses that are constantly changing. Flu viruses cause illness, hospital stays and deaths in the United States each year. The flu can be very dangerous for children. Each year
about 20,000 children younger than 5 years old are hospitalized from flu complications, like pneumonia
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FAFSA Family Day!

The NYC Department of Education - Office of Citywide Transfer and D12 High Schools in partnership with Medgar Evers College - Office of Financial Aid, Guiding Stars, CUNY ASAP, and SEEK presents:
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How to create an FSA ID

The FSA ID has replaced the Federal Student Aid PIN and must be used to log in to certain U.S. Department of Education websites. Your FSA ID confirms your identity when you access your financial aid information and electronically sign Federal Student Aid documents. If you do not already have an FSA ID, you can create one when logging in to fafsa.gov, the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS®) at www.nslds.ed.gov, StudentLoans.gov, StudentAid.gov, and Agreement to Serve (ATS) at www.teach-ats.ed.gov.
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2017–18 Chancellor’s Town Hall Meeting Dates and Locations

Town hall meeting dates and locations for the 2017–18 school year can be found here. Town halls are hosted by Chancellor Fariña in conjunction with the Community Education Council (CEC) and are open to the public. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions to Chancellor Fariña and receive additional information about your district.
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City of New York Supports our Dreamers

The White House announced major changes to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA protects young immigrants from deportation and provides work authorization and many benefits to over 30,000 New Yorkers and 800,000 individuals across the country. The President is rescinding the program and allowing for a 6-month “wind-down” period, during which Congress will have the opportunity to pass legislation to maintain the program. This decision is an affront to immigrants across the nation and against our values here in NYC. Together, we will continue to stand up for our immigrant neighbors and colleagues as their lives and livelihoods are thrown into limbo.
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Welcome Back HPHS Families

Each year we are reminded of the importance of working together so that our children can be successful in school. Success can only be achieved if there is a clear partnership between families, staff and students. We had a 93.5% graduation rate last year because we all worked together to make that happen.
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