Welcome to PS 102

NYC School Survey

Please complete your NYC School Survey today!  Green envelopes with a paper survey (and a unique code to complete the survey on-line at www.nycschoolsurvey.org) were sent home to each family on Tuesday 2/26.  It is only necessary to complete one survey per  family even if you have several students at PS 102.  If you lose your survey - contact melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov or the hotline at 1800-690-8603.  Classes are competing for incentive prizes sponsored by our PTA.  The first class in each grade to send in 100% will receive a prize of their choice. Any classes who are not first but meet 100% will be in a drawing for one more prize.  Your opinions matter! The survey lets the school know what we are doing well and where we can improve. Thank you!


  • D20 Immigrant Parent Advisory Council

    This council is a group of parents who meet with D20 Superintendent Karina Costantino and her staff each month to discuss concerns in their communities and are working together to plan some great events. They are looking for additional members and would like more representation from the Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Urdu and Bengali communities. Please contact Ms. Sheri (melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov or 718-748-7404 x2323)  if you are interested in joining them in this important work. The next meeting will take place on Friday April 5th at 11 am at the District Office.


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  • Thanks for the Good Vibes

    A big THANK YOU! to all who came out to enjoy our Good Vibes Art Gala on 3/14/19 and to those who arranged, volunteered and supported our PTA Raffle.  Also to Rana Abu-Sbaih and Bay Ridge Rocks!  You can paint with Bay Ridge Rocks on the last Monday of each month at the Brooklyn Public Library, Bay Ridge from 4-5pm.   Some of the art will be displayed throughout the building to the end of the year, some may be in our 2nd floor display case until next year and most will be returned over the next weeks. If you feel strongly that you want your art now, please contact  melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov Please also send  your best photos of the gala  (permission to post is assumed if you send them to me) for an upcoming article for our web site, including your Positive Protest Selfies at your earliest convenience.  A special thanks to Ms. Stanton for so much beautiful artwork, Ms. Mealing and Ms. Weitz, Mr. Bianco and Ms. DeFilippo, Ms. Lurie, the PTA and our parent teaching artists: Lenia Batas, Mercedes Fernandez, Courtney Helm, Rupsha Iqbal, Rona Merrill, Courtney Rossicone, Margaret Sheri, Aaron Simms, Tamara Stern, Natalie Vendemini, Susan Young .

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  • Wellness Council Meeting

    Join us once a month for our Wellness Council Meeting which takes place in the gym. Staff, parents and students meet each month to discuss wellness initiatives at the school.  2:45-3:30.  Our next meeting is 4/9/19.

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  • Check it out these great resources for families!


    GrowingUp NYC is a resource for families that have school age children, Generation NYC is a great space for teens to get some answers.


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  • Summer in the City - Link to info in all DOE Languages




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  • Summer in the City

    Visit this page to learn more about DOE Summer in the City programs for your student and to link to the applications. There are programs for current K-12 students but not for every situation. You can apply today on-line for STEM Summer in the City (5-week STEM program grades  2-10 at schools - locations to be announced) and STEM Matters NYC (one week grade K-11 at area cultural/science institutions) both of which are determined by lottery. You will receive an email response directly from the DOE on these.

    You can also apply to the First and Second Grade Summer Academy for current grade 1&2 students OR The Multilingual Learners Summer Academy for Gr 1-8 English Language Learners which will be held at a local D20 school (to be announced) from 7/2/19-8/8/19.  Contact Ms. Sheri (melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov) or call the main office 718-748-7404 to express interest in these programs. 

    Students in grades 3-8 who are invited to Summer School because they may not be promoted to the next grade will be notified in mid-June. Summer School will take place at a local elementary school from July 2-August 8.

    Note: PS 102 students are not eligible for the "Community Schools Elementary Summer Academy" listed on this page and there are several programs on this page for High School students which may be of interest to some of our families.



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  • Garden Meeting

    Come out and learn more about Nature's Classroom @ PS 102 - our school garden -  and how parents can help fundraise, maintain and plan programming for this school year.  Meetings are followed by work sessions in the garden.

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  • PTA Executive Board Meeting

    All Welcome!

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  • Parent Workshop: NYS Testing and Test Anxiety

    We welcome working parents who could not make our day-time sessions this month to come out tonight from 7-8pm to learn more about the NYS testing program and strategies to help your child be less nervous and better prepared for tests.  Come a little early for the 6:30 PTA Executive Board meeting.  Refreshments will be provided. 

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  • PwC Financial Literacy Program

    PwC Volunteers will introduce our third graders to Savings and Investment.

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  • Saturday Academy

    for invited students in grades 3, 4 & 5 only. 

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  • Kids Heart Challenge

    formerly known as Jump Rope for Heart. Students will learn about healthy hearts and learn to jump rope all month. They will participate in fun jump rope contests and activities during their physical education class this week.  

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  • NYU Dental School Students visit Grade 5

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  • Help needed on March 14th!

    Our annual Art Gala will be held during parent-teacher conferences on March 14th. We have scheduled 15 art classes led by parent teaching artists during the February school break and during Saturday academy or  afternoons throughout February and early March.  Sign up forms went home 2/7/19 and are available on this web site.  We are also collecting donations of cash (and family friendly items) to make class baskets. If you can help shop/make baskets contact Nishani Pierre-Louis or Tamara Stern. We also need volunteers on March 14th to set up art, set up the raffle table (and sell tickets during conferences) as well as help with the PTA annual staff appreciation luncheon which takes place at 11:45 am.  Thanks!

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  • PS 102 PTA at the Alpine

    Join us on Sunday, February 10th, at 10am (check in starts 9:40am) at the Alpine Cinema for a showing of The Lego Movie 2.  $10/seat includes drink and popcorn. Bring friends and family. 

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    The PTA is sponsoring an anti-bullying and character building assembly with OMEGA MAN for all grades Friday February 15th. 


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  • Valentine's Day Sale!

    Volunteers are needed, please reach out to Gina Feld or PTA executive board or ps102.pta.info@gmail.com if you can help set up, clean up, or sell things from tables during this day.  Thank you!  Parents may visit at any point 9-2pm and students visit with their class during the day. Schedule will be posted at the door and on PTA FB page. 

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Book of the Month

  • March 2019 Books of the Month

    In March 2019 we are reading:

    Grade K-2 Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty
    Grade 3-5 Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty

    Book 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 fall to all students.  If you cannot find this letter or need help, send an email with your child's name and class to melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov for instructions and an access code.  This account also allows access to report cards, attendance and fitness records.   A separate myschools.nyc account was created by the DOE this year for applying to middle school, high school,kindergarten, pre-K and G&T programs.  



New DOE Web Site

Get familiar with the new NYC DOE Web Site at schools.nyc.gov.  

Construction Update

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 melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov or call 718-748-7404 x 2323. Thank  you.  Project end date of 4/2019 is on schedule. 


Contact Us

Please contact Ms. Sheri at melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov 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!