De Blasio’s swearing-in ceremony

At 1:30p.m. ET Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio will be sworn in by a high school student in his second social media video of the morning. Here’s the schedule: 2 p.m. ET: Schools Chancellor David…

De Blasio's swearing-in ceremony

At 1:30p.m. ET Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio will be sworn in by a high school student in his second social media video of the morning. Here’s the schedule:

2 p.m. ET: Schools Chancellor David Steiner will be the first appointment to be made by the mayor-elect.

4 p.m. ET: De Blasio will hold a press conference with Steiner before he is sworn in.

5 p.m. ET: The mayor-elect will be sworn in by the First Family

7 p.m. ET: De Blasio will hold a press conference on his first day in office with Steiner.

Get ready for the next four years. They’re about to start here in NY with the mayor-elect and other members of his cabinet. Check out the #GoBackToSchool Farewell Fest , following the Tweets for a live stream of the event.

The de Blasio administration will launch the campaign to end the end of the year whooping cough (pertussis) by inviting parents and kids to re-enroll in school in their neighborhoods. Below are the locations and hours where you can reunite with friends and classmates:

* 1 to 3 p.m. at the High School For International Studies – 3639 181st St. in Flushing, Queens

* 4 to 7 p.m. at High School for Science and Engineering – 5541 Arverne Blvd. in Arverne, Queens

* 4 to 7 p.m. at Classroom 237 – 320 W. 227th St. in the Bronx

* 6 to 7 p.m. at Classroom 238 – 222 E. 234th St. in the Bronx

2:30 p.m. ET: Schools Chancellor David Steiner will be the first appointment to be made by the mayor-elect.

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