Welcome to PS 102
Please Complete On-Line
All families are asked to complete a "Family Income Inquiry Form" this year. This replaces the Eligibility for Free or Reduced Price Lunch" form which was requested in prior years since NYC School Food lunch is FREE for all students again in the 2018/2019 school year.
2018 NYS Test Scores Released 9/26/18!
Parents can access their student's 2018 NYS ELA and Math Test Scores at www.mystudent.nyc.
On September 14th, letters were sent home with instructions and password for all current grade 4 and 5 students who had never set up an account. If you have set up an account but forget the password, please request password help on the site. Formal printed reports will be sent home with the November report card. If you are still having problems or lost the 9/14 letter, please contact Ms. Sheri at firstname.lastname@example.org. If your child is in 6th grade now and you did not set up an account you must contact your middle school Parent Coordinator for assistance. Thanks!PS 102 – The Bay View School
October is National Bullying Prevention Month!
Please wear BLUE on Monday October 1st to raise awareness for this month. You may also choose to wear a shirt with an inspirational saying on it such as "Kindness Counts" "Kindness is Cool" "I am Unique" "Be You" etc. Thank you in advance for participating and promoting unity and awareness throughout the PS 102 community. Read more about Respect for All in NYC Public Schools on the attached document.PS 102 – The Bay View School
D20 Middle School Fair & Open Houses
Thursday, October 4, 2018 at New Utrecht High School 6-8pm. Learn about the Middle School Enrollment Process and meet representatives from D20 Middle Schools. More info is available on line at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/enroll-grade-by-grade/middle-school. All Parents should have received a Middle School Booklet on 9/17/18 Meet the Staff Night. If you did not attend it was sent home with your child. An updated list of Middle School Open Houses will be sent home 9/25/18. Please feel free to call any schools that have not yet posted dates. The list is attached.PS 102 – The Bay View School
D20 Elementary Admissions Event
Tuesday October 30th. For parents applying to elementary schools in D20. PS 69, 6302 9th Avenue, 11220. 6:30-8:30pmPS 102 – The Bay View School
Title I Parent Meeting
Join us for the Annual Title I Parent Meeting on Thursday, October 4, 2018 at 8:45 am during the PTA meeting for an overview of Title I Requirements, our school CEP and Parent and Family Engagement Policy and School-Parent Compact. Parents must vote on the governing body for the Title I Advisory Committee and can give input on spending of the Title I funds set aside for parent involvement. See attached notice for details and agenda.PS 102 – The Bay View School
ACHIEVE NYC answers all your questions on DOE policy and procedures.
Updated for 2018/2019 school year and available in 10 languages. Paper copies were sent home to grades K, 4 and 5 and are available in the main lobby in most DOE languages.PS 102 – The Bay View School
DOH Vision Screening Gr. K&1
Grade K&1 students will have their vision screened by the DOH (Department of Health) on these days in our school library.PS 102 – The Bay View School
Parent ESL Conversation Class
Parents and caregivers welcome each Monday morning at 9am. This is an intermediate level conversation group for parents to practice English speaking and grammar and have a better understanding of PS 102 notices, parent resources and to make friends! All are welcome. Bring ID to sign in at front door.PS 102 – The Bay View School
Parent Engagement Tuesday
PS 102 teachers have this time set aside each week to meet with parents. Please make an appointment to be sure your teacher is available. If you cannot meet at this time, you can arrange for a phone meeting or make an appointment for a different time.PS 102 – The Bay View School
Grade 1 & 4 Expectations Workshops
Parents of Grade 1 (room 202) & 4 (Room 315) students are invited to attend a workshop on grade standards and academic goals for the coming year, presented by our teachers. Students in your care are welcome to attend with you though the presentation is for parents. If you are unable to attend this (or any) workshop you may request paper handouts from: MElliotSheri@schools.nyc.gov.PS 102 – The Bay View School
School Picture DayPS 102 – The Bay View School
Room 317. Observers welcome.PS 102 – The Bay View School
Big Apple Crunch!
PS 102 students will crunch a fresh NYS Greenmarket Apple together in lunch today!PS 102 – The Bay View School
PS 102 PTA
PS 102 PTA at the Alpine!PS 102 PTA
PTA Executive Board Members - 2018/2019
Our 2018 - 2019 PTA Executive Board Members:
Nishani Pierre-Louis, Co-President
Tamara Stern, Co- President
Norma Arias, Recording Secretary
Cristina Guglielmetti, Treasurer
Diana Flynn, Co-Corresponding Secretary
Dyanne Nieves-Gutierrez, Vice President
Raffaella Schreiner, Co-Corresponding Secretary
We have a large and active PTA that works hard all year to support our students and staff. Come out to our next meeting to find out what we do and how easy and rewarding it is to get involved. Thanks !PS 102 PTA
ART GALA 3/15/18
Check out some of the beautiful work done by PS 102 students for our fourth annual Art Gala. The theme this year was Inspirations!PS 102 PTA
The PTA Thanks our Screen Free Week Partners!
Screen Free Week (4/23/18--4/29/18) was made possible through the generous support of our parent and community partners! Special thanks to...
Katia Saad - Fitness Fun Program
Family Game Night - McKinley JHS & HeartShare for lending us games!
International Celebration - PS 102 ENL Department and our talented students!
Bay Ridge Rocks - Rana Abu Sbaih and Brooklyn Public Library
Brooklyn Judo Academy - Barry Friedberg 917-553-4777
Piano Storytellers - Jenni Kurosman - www.pianostorytellers.com
Gotham Whale - Lorraine Perazzo - www.gothamwhale.org
Art Pary! Mercedes Fernandez, Rupsha Iqbal and Susan Young
The Book Mark Shoppe - offers us a 15% discount on all books this week if you bring in the flier! 8415 3rd Ave. - www.bookmarkshoppe.com
Norma's Art and Crafts 7813 3rd Ave. offers a 10% discount off Walk-In-Craft Sessions during the week. Stop by or call 718-921-9200 to sign up. Just mention that you are participating in Screen Free Week.|
Fairytale Island Indoor Playground 7110 rd Ave. 718-395-0835, offers a $5/child discount for each child age 1-8 for one visit this week 4/23-4/26 Mon-Thurs. Enter between 3-8pmm You must bring in the flier.PS 102 PTA
Book of the Month
October Books of the Month
In October 2018 we are reading:
Grade K - Mother Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins
Grades 1&2 - After the Fall by Dan Santat
Grades 3-5 A Boy and a Jaguar by Alan RabinowitzBook of the Month
NYC Schools Account
2018 NYS ELA and Math Test Scores are available on-line at www.mystudent.nyc. Letters on signing up for access to this account were sent home last spring to all students and again to grade 4 and 5 student on September 14th. Grade 6 students who never accessed the account must contact the PC at their middle school for an access code. Current grade K-3 students will receive access code letters in October. If you cannot find this letter or need help, send an email with your child's name and class to email@example.com for instructions and an access code. This account also allows access to report cards, attendance and fitness record.
New DOE Web Site
Get familiar with the new NYC DOE Web Site at schools.nyc.gov.
The current construction project involves replacement of the roof and parapets and window guards. The SCA meets every other Monday with school administrators and staff. Parent Coordinator, Margaret Sheri, attends these meetings to express any parent concerns and will post important updates here. Please address any questions or concerns to her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-748-7404 x 2323. Thank you. Project end date of 4/2019 is on schedule.
Please contact Ms. Sheri at email@example.com with any questions on this web site. Dial 718-748-7404 as always to speak with the main office. Thank you.
Statement on Accessibility
We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Margaret Sheri to request assistance.
PS 102 Stories
On Saturday September 15, PS 102 students and families participated in the International Coastal Cleanup! Parent Coordinator, Margaret Sheri and our Beach Captain, former parent Michele Hern organized 119 volunteers (84 from PS 102 families) in the effort. Two hours were spent picking up and recording each item of litter found on the beach. PS 102 has been participating in this citizen science project for the last 14 years. The information gathered leads to better solutions for packaging and legislation to help clean our oceans and shoreline. This year volunteers were treated with a visit from Warner Brothers who were sponsoring 3 cleanups to promote Aquaman due out in December 2018. Volunteers received an Aquaman visor (which was needed on the sunny day) and a movie ticket voucher via email. All students also received a certificate signed by our sponsor, The American Littoral Society. For information on ocean pollution, the international clean-up effort and to view past results visit https://oceanconservancy.org/trash-free-seas/international-coastal-cleanup/
Cabbage Grows in Brooklyn!
For the second year in a row, we participated in the Bonnie Plant Company's Third Grade Cabbage Program. All 3rd graders received a free mega-cabbage plant last April during a science lesson with Mrs. Willie and instructions for growing it at home as well as information on entering a contest from Ms. Sheri! The pictures below were submitted from our current 4th graders who participated this year. The last week of September a class by class survey showed that 38% of our cabbages were alive and well. Some cabbages were enjoyed by the family earlier in the season, a few by squirrels or other pests, and many were under-watered during summer vacation or over-watered when they first got home. Thank you to all the students who submitted photos! These students will receive a certificate and small prize from the Garden Group. Samantha in class 4-115 submitted the best cabbage photo from the school in time for the national contest! Fingers crossed that she will be picked for the $1000 prize given to one entry per state.
Thank you James, Luna, Samantha, Noah, Christopher, Walter, Kemal and Camden!