CEC 11 



Theresa Roberts


PS/MS 83  The Donald Hertz School

MS 181 Pablo Casals School

PS 189  Cornerstone Academy for Social Action

PS 481 The STEAM Bridge School

MS 462 Cornerstone Academy for Social Action

Amira Ibrahim -2nd Vice President- BPA

PS 105 Senator Abraham Bernstein School

PS 175 City Island school

PS/MS 194 (so named)

John P. Sousa Campus

(MS 529, MS 532, MS 355)

Dawn Guglielmo - Parliamentarian

PS 357 Young Voices Academy

 Frank D. Whalen Campus.

(MS 326, MS 468, MS 556)

 Michelangelo Campus (MS 144, MS 566)

Melissa Rosado Taveras 

Parent Member

Castle Hill Campus

(MS 127, PS 567)

PS 106  Parkchester School


 Recording Secretary

     PS 41  Gun Hill Road School

     PS 87   (So named)

     MS 180 Dr. Daniel Hale Williams School

     PS 483 The Matilda Ave School

Sahar Mohamed Osman

Parent Member



Kim Famous 

Vice President

PS 76 The Bennington School

PS 78  Anne Hutchinson School

PS 89  The Williamsbridge School

PS 97 So named

PS 153 – Helen Keller School -KW

Henry Ocasio-


PS 96    Richard Rodgers School

PS 108 The Philip J. Abinanti School

PS 160 The Walt Disney School

PS/IS 498 Van Nest Academy 


Borough President Appointee (BPA)   

PS 19  Judith K. Weiss School                  

PS 21    Philip M. Sheridan School

PS 103 The Hector Fontanez School                  

Richard R. Green Campus (MS 287, MS 370)  

Amy Fair - Parent Member

PS 16 The Wakefield School

PS 111  Seton Falls School

PS 112 The Bronxwood School

PS 121  The Throop School

PS 169 Baychester Academy

Adeyemi Oloruntoba 

Parent Member

 PS 68 The Edward A. Fogel School

  PS 178 Selman Waksman School

Nancy Wahab

Parent Member



Community Education Council


There are 32 Community Education Councils (CEC’s) in New York City, each governing a Community School District that includes public elementary, intermediate, and junior high schools. They replaced the Community School Boards that existed through June 2004.

Community Education Council members are representatives of the parents and community-at-large. They live or work in the community, and send their children to the local schools, and their role is to reflect the needs and wishes of the community regarding the education of its children.
The Councils are responsible for promoting the achievement of educational standards and objectives relating to the instruction of students and must establish a positive working relationship with the community superintendent.
Community Education Council members are consulted on many important matters, and in turn, must consult with parents. Their meetings will be open to the public, and will provide an opportunity for the community to be heard on educational issues.

What are Education Councils?

Education Councils are part of New York City's school governance structure. There is a Community Education Council (CEC) for every community school district. There are also four Citywide Councils:

- Citywide Council on High Schools (CCHS)

- Citywide Council on Special Education (CCSE)

- Citywide Council on English Language Learners (CCELL)



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