Dos Amigos provides families with the tools to stay informed about your child.
Make sure you are signed up to receive parent communications.
To complete your child’s daily health screening, check their attendance & academic progress, view dismissal updates and more.
From polos to sweatshirts and pants, order your Dos Amigos uniform pieces here. *Once enrolled, new families will receive a free uniform code package.
New Families: Click below and use your enrollment code to get your free uniform package.
Existing Families: Click below to reorder uniforms.
Dos Amigos Afterschool program is provided for K-2nd graders.
Check back soon for more info!
Dos Amigos invites parents and guardians to participate in Family Connections. This is a great way to share your thoughts, ideas and help make Dos Amigos a stronger community for our students and families.
By joining Family Connections, you will be part of the first Dos Amigos parent committee! Working together we can create opportunities for parents, plan events and learning workshops for families and so much more!
The S2 Family Connections will meet monthly.
We look forward to building a stronger school community with you!
Reading and Talking with Our Kids
Here are some helpful resources. First, decide if it is a good match for your child, then read or watch with them.
Find NYC Testing Sites Near You
As a precaution, we encourage our families to get regularly tested
Supporting Families During COVID-19
Review this parent guide from the Child Mind Institute
Stop Germs from Spreading: Wash Your Hands!
Watch this hand-washing video with your children
What is the Coronavirus? Prevention and Advice for Kids
Video explaining COVID-19 to children
Talking About Race and Racism With Your Children
“Coming Together: Standing up to Racism”
CNN and Sesame Street virtual town hall meeting for kids and families
Race and Racism
See the ADL list of children’s books about
Talking to Kids About Racism and Justice: a list for parents, caregivers & educators
A list by the Oakland Public Library
“How to talk to kids about race and racism”
Check out this Parent toolkit by NBC News