follow this link for more info http://schools.nyc.gov/Students/default.htm.
FREE part and full day STEM programs for age 3 - teens at NYC's science institutions. Selection by lottery - so apply on time and you have as good a chance as any!
Visit http://journalismstars.edublogs.org - our 2015/2016 Fifth Grade journalism club is wrapping up for the year - please visit and support their excellent work with comments - this group of young writers is awesome! Archives of previous clubs too.
The DaybyDay NY is an online virtual calendar designed for families with young children to encourage a love of books and learning that will last a lifetime.
The New York State Library is pleased to announced that DaybyDayNY.org
has been updated for 2016. Please visit the site and view the "One More Story" ebook, links to entertaining arts and crafts, directions and locations of museums and helpful information on living a healthy lifestyle.
CookShop for Families
- Join us for these fun nutrition workshops that include making a recipe and taking one home to try with your children. Please contact Ms. Sheri email@example.com to register. Parents and caretakers in all grades are welcome (unless you have participated in past years) . Last workshop: Friday May 18th. Pot luck for participants and their families from all 3 years - Thursday June 16th! Save the Date!
SHOP amazon.com and RAISE MONEY for the PS 102 PTA. As of June 8, WE ALREADY EARNED $2436! Use this special link as your portal to Amazon shopping and the PTA will receive up to 10% on each item ordered. If you are not able to click on this special link or do not see it - try adjusting your security settings in your browser.
What's happening in the garden -- Nature's Classroom @ PS 102
Our Garden Group is getting ready for spring! Join us at upcoming meetings: Thursday April 7th (cancelled if raining), Friday April 15, Thursday April 21, Plant Sale May 6th.
Volunteers maintain the garden throughout the year and host activities for classes and families. We meet most Fridays at 9:00 a.m. to plan and work together. We accept donations of plants, pots and gardening supplies at all times. Our main sources of funding are selling plants, seeds and collecting ink cartridges. Stop by any time the door is open -- to help out or just to visit! Email MSheri@ps102.org to be added to the garden email list.
Garden volunteers may be interested in working on art projects, healthy eating and cooking initiatives and science projects with classes. All parents interested in our outdoor classroom are welcome to attend our meetings, whether or not you have a green thumb or are ready to do gardening work. Weekend volunteers are welcome too during spring and fall - just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please see our pages under Events & Special Programs.
The Affordable Care Act requires that everybody has health insurance. Visit this site to explore coverage options and apply for health insurance online. https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/
NYC Schools Account
is a new way for you to view your child's information. It replaces the ARIS system used in past years and now all of your children can be entered into one account. A letter with instructions from the DOE was sent home in October. If you lost it or have any trouble setting up the account, please contact Margaret Sheri
email@example.com. You can check the last report card, ask your child's teacher or call the main office for your child's student ID# which you need to open the account.
Families can pay for hot lunch on-line at http://www.myschoolbucks.com
or by sending in money in an envelope each Friday with your child. School Meal Notification Letters (indicating your child's lunch status - free, reduced or paid) are being issued and families of children who must pay for lunch are also receiving a payment schedule. Thank you in advance for completing your lunch form and for keeping your account in balance.
Please email PS 102's Parent Coordinator, Margaret Sheri at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your questions and concerns.
Please note that visitors must always present their ID when entering the building, keep the sticker/visitors pass visible at all times and return it to the security desk upon leaving.
Thank you to the over 140 people who participated in the first Bay View 5K Fun Run/Walk
on Saturday May 30, 2015. This event raised OVER $3,000.00
for Water Aid www,wateraid.org.
Special thanks to our Mighty Milers Club, Ms. Stornaiuolo and Ms. Lurie for organizing the event and to all the parents and teachers who helped out. Follow link below for the great article in the Home Reporter this week
! Also to our local business sponsors who are featured in the video - check it out!
You are your child's first teacher. To help your child be prepared for Kindergarten:
READ to your child EVERY DAY. Take a walk and talk with your child as often as possible. Play educational board games and computer games. Monitor your child's screen time and take part in the many free activities available at the Brooklyn Public Library, local museums and parks.
For more information on enrolling your child for the DOE's FREE Universal Pre-K program see: http://schools.nyc.gov/choicesenrollment/prek/default.htm. There are still seats available in area CBO's (Community Based Organizations) and enrollment is still open! ACT NOW if your child is 4 in 2014.
HeartShare One World After School Program
All seats have been filled for this school year. For questions on the HeartShare After School Program at PS102 call Nada or Maya at (718) 567-2365.
"A Parent's Guide to Special Education Services for School-Age Children," is now online in English and nine other languages. The guide provides helpful information regarding special education processes, producedures and policies to assist parents in making informed educational decisions for their children.
Parents Can Sign up for School Alerts
Sign up for a free service by visiting schools.nyc.gov
or call 311. If school opens late or dismisses early, or other unexpected events occur, you can receive an update via phone, text message, or e-mail, through Notify NYC
, NYC's public notification system.