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  • Citywide Notification about Lead Testing in School Drinking Water

    Please read the following letter from the DOE about testing for lead in water in schools.  Fully formatted letter and translations are attached.

    February 1, 2023
    Dear Families and Staff:
    I would like to provide an update on the ongoing measures at the NYC Department of
    Education (DOE) to ensure that the water in our schools is safe for students and staff.
    First and foremost, New York City water is safe. Families and staff should rest
    assured that our drinking water is of the highest quality in the world. New York City’s
    water meets or exceeds all Federal and State standards. In addition, the DOE works
    with other City agencies to ensure there is safe drinking water in schools. The safety
    and well-being of students and staff is our highest priority.
    In accordance with state law, all schools must test for lead in water every three
    years. Starting in 2023, the DOE will begin a new testing cycle, which will conclude in
    December 2025. In the first phase (Cohort 2023) of this round, a third of buildings
    will be tested.
    Your school building has been selected to be a part of the 2023 cohort. Once the
    building has been tested and the lab results received, you will receive a notification
    of the results. In any building where test results show even one water outlet above
    the action level, the DOE will implement its standard response protocol.
    Please visit https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/space-and-facilities/space-andfacilities-reports/water-safety to learn more about the robust protocol we use to
    ensure the safety of drinking water in each and every school.
    Sincerely yours,
    Kevin Moran

     

    PS 102 – The Bay View School
  • PTA Valentine's Day Fair is Back!

    The PTA is looking for volunteers to work at the Valentine's Day Fair on Tuesday February 14th, setting up tables, selling from tables and cleaning up. We are also looking for people to shop, bake, donate and more! Contact ps102.pta.info@gmail.com if you can help out. It is a super fun event in our school gymnasium.  Please see attached flier for more details. 

    (Remember all adults who volunteer must sign up in advance, show ID and proof of at least one covid vaccine to enter the building - as per NYC DOE regulations.) 

     

    PS 102 – The Bay View School
  • Please read letter from Chancellor David Banks January 13

    Please see schools.nyc.gov/messagesforfamilies for translations and the attached file for a fully formatted version of this letter. Thank you. 

    January 13, 2023

    Dear Families,

    One of our core pillars is to engage you as our true partners. You are the experts on your children and their education, and your involvement can help them thrive inside and outside of school.

    That is why I am encouraging you to take a leadership role in our public schools by applying to run for a seat on one of the City’s 36 Community or Citywide Education Councils (CCEC). The Councils are made up of elected and appointed parent volunteers just like you. If you win a seat, you will play a vital role in shaping important decisions in your school district. For example, you could approve zoning lines or review improvements to your child’s school building, as happened recently in the northwestern portion of District 15. To raise enrollment and promote more diversity, Community Education Council (CEC) 15 members worked with New York City Public Schools, education researchers, and community leaders to develop an elementary school rezoning plan. The CEC also successfully advocated for a muchneeded middle school option in the Red Hook, Brooklyn neighborhood. These are the kind of policy changes that make a real difference in the lives of our children.

    To bring even more diversity to our Education Councils, I’m excited to share that for the first time ever, families with a child in a District 75 school or program can vote for a District 75 representative to sit on each local Council. This is a big win for our families, and I encourage eligible parents to run for a designated District 75 seat.

    Our Family and Community Engagement team is providing a host of resources to walk you through the election and voting process. These include information sessions via Zoom in different languages and more details on the structure and roles of the Education Councils, eligibility guidelines, key dates, and Frequently Asked Questions. You can access all of this and submit your application at schools.nyc.gov/elections2023 through February 13.

    As parents, I believe we all share a loving mission: to help young people flourish and succeed. When you run for a seat on an Education Council, you commit to being a voice for change in your child’s education. When you lend your voice to the important issues affecting our schools by voting and sharing your opinions with your CCEC representatives, you show your communities that you are part of the solution.

    Please consider running for a Council seat and help put all our students on a path to the bright futures they deserve.

    Soaring high,

    David C. Banks

    New York City Schools Chancellor

     

    PS 102 – The Bay View School
  • CEC Election Information Meetings Continue next week!

    Learn about the Community and Citywide Education Council Elections!

    Dear Parent,

    2023 is an Education Council Election year. The 32 Community Education Councils and 4 Citywide Education Councils make important decisions regarding your child’s education.

    Learn about the councils, the election and how to run for a seat on an Education Council by attending a virtual (Zoom) Campaign Information Session.

    *28 Days Remaining to Apply*

    Date

       Time

    Language(S)

    ZOOM LINK

    Tues. 1/17/2023

    12:00 PM

    English/Arabic/Mandarin

    Click to Attend

    Wed. 1/18/2023

    6:00 PM

    Bangla

    Click to Attend

    Thurs. 1/19/2023

    9:30 AM

    Haitian Creole/Russian

    Click to Attend

    Fri. 1/20/2023

    12:00 PM

    Spanish

    Click to Attend

    Sat. 1/21/2023

    1:00 PM

    English/Korean/French

    Click to Attend

               

     

    D75 Information sessions

    Tues. 1/17/2023

    1:00 PM

    English/Arabic/Mandarin

    Click to Attend

    Wed. 1/18/2023

    7:00 PM

    Bangla

    Click to Attend

    Thurs. 1/19/2023

    10:30 AM

    English/Haitian Creole/Russian

    Click to Attend

    Fri. 1/20/2023

    1:00 PM

    Spanish

    Click to Attend

    Sat. 1/21/2023

    2:00 PM

    English/Korean/French

    Click to Attend

     

    Interpretation is available

    Questions? Email: Elections2023@schools.nyc.gov

     

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  • CEC Election Information Meetings this month!

    Have you ever considered becoming a Parent Leader in our district?  Your Voice Matters! Join one of these meetings to find out more. 

    Learn about the Community and Citywide Education Council Elections! 

    Fully formatted English flier with live links to information sessions is attached. 

    Translations Now Available: 
    35106 Email for PCs to send to parents Jan 3 2023_Arabic.pdf 

    35106 Email for PCs to send to parents Jan 3 2023_Chinese.pdf 

    35106 Email for PCs to send to parents Jan 3 2023_Haitian Creole.pdf 

    35106 Email for PCs to send to parents Jan 3 2023_Korean.pdf 

    35106 Email for PCs to send to parents Jan 3 2023_Russian.pdf 

    35106 Email for PCs to send to parents Jan 3 2023_Spanish.pdf 

    35106 Email for PCs to send to parents Jan 3 2023_Urdu.pdf 

    Dear Parents, 

    2023 is an Education Council Election year. For the first time, each Community Education Council will have a dedicated seat for a D75 parent. The 32 Community Education Councils and 4 Citywide Education Councils make important decisions regarding your child’s education.

    Learn about the councils, the election and how to run for a seat on an Education Council by attending a virtual (Zoom) Information Session.

    Sessions begin January 9th

    Date Time Language(S) ZOOM LINK

    Mon. 1/9/2023 6:00 PM English/Arabic/Russian Click to Attend

    Tues. 1/10/2023 12:00 PM English/Spanish Click to Attend

    Wed. 1/11/2023 6:00 PM English/Korean/Bangla/French Click to Attend

    Thurs. 1/12/2023 9:30 AM English/Spanish Click to Attend

    Fri. 1/13/2023 12:00 PM English/Haitian Creole/Urdu/ Mandarin Click to Attend

    Sat. 1/14/2023 1:00 PM English Click to Attend

    District 75 Information Sessions

    Date Time Language(S) ZOOM LINK

    Mon. 1/9/2023 7:00 PM English/Arabic/Russian Click to Attend

    Tues. 1/10/2023 1:00 PM English/Spanish Click to Attend

    Wed. 1/11/2023 7:00 PM English/Korean/Bangla/French Click to Attend

    Thurs. 1/12/2023 10:30 AM English/Spanish Click to Attend

    Fri. 1/13/2023 1:00 PM English/Haitian Creole/Urdu/ Mandarin Click to Attend

    Sat. 1/14/2023 2:00 PM English Click to Attend

    Visit the Election Home Page for the complete schedule of Information Sessions, occurring daily throughout the Application Period, from January 9th - February 13th. You will also find eligibility requirements, campaign guidelines and more about the elections.  A full Elections Guide for parents is also available.

    Interpretation is available

    Questions? Email campaign staff: Elections2023@schools.nyc.gov

    PS 102 – The Bay View School
  • Invitation to D20 Pre-K Parents

    The Community Education Council for District 20 Welcomes You to Join us for our January 2023 Special Meeting

    FULL INVITE CEC 20 Special Meeting Notice (1).pdf  

    Are you a pre-K parent in District 20? Do you want to get more involved in your child's education but are not sure how to do it? The Community Education Council (CEC) for District 20 wants to help!

    CEC members are parents elected to serve as your representatives. On January 26th from 7:00 - 8:00 PM, we will host a webinar to explain how parents can get involved and the different parent organizations you can be a part of!

    Date: Thursday, January 26th, 2023

    Time: 7:00 PM -8:00 PM Special Meeting

    Location: Virtual 

    Please join us using the following link:

    https://nycdoe.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIrce2pqzkqGNARMt_eye4C12L8n8ht1vRP

    Interpretation will be available!

    Arabic: +1 347-966-4114,,178523813#  

    Mandarin: +1 347-966-4114,,349018259#  

    Spanish: +1 347-966-4114,,892493707#   

    Community Education Council District 20415 89th Street Brooklyn, NY 11209Tel: 718-759-3921 Fax: 718-759-3920Email: CEC20@schools.nyc.govVisit us at: WWW.CEC20.org

     

    PS 102 – The Bay View School
  • Kindergarten and G&T Application is due on January 20, 2023

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    Dear Families, 

    Happy New Year! If your child was born in 2018, be sure to apply to kindergarten by January 20, 2023.  

    Already submitted your kindergarten application? Congratulations—no further action is needed.  

    If you haven’t applied yet, here’s what to do:   

    1. Visit MySchools.nyc to explore your child's kindergarten options—you can search for schools by location, accessibility, and more.   

    1. Choose up to 12 programs for your child's kindergarten application and place them in your true order of preference, with your first choice at the top as #1. 

    1. Submit your application one of two ways: 

    • Online with MySchools—all you need to get started is an email address and some basic information about your child. When you're done with the application, don't forget to click the "Submit Application" button! 

    • By phone at 718-935-2009 

    For the latest information on kindergarten admissions, please visit schools.nyc.gov/Kindergarten.Still have questions? We’re here to help. Give us a call (see above) or email ESEnrollment@schools.nyc.gov

     

    Thanks! 

    The Kindergarten Admissions Team 

     

    Was this email forwarded to you from a friend? Be sure to sign up for our kindergarten admissions email list at schools.nyc.gov/SignUp.   

    If you no longer wish to receive emails from any or all of our mailing lists, please click here to unsubscribe.

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  • End of year letter from DOE Chancellor David Banks

    For translation visit:  schools.nyc.gov/messagesforfamilies

    December 19, 2022

    Dear Families,

    Thank you for choosing New York City Public Schools and for trusting us to do right by your children. As I
    complete my first full year as Chancellor, I am filled with so much gratitude, admiration, and respect for you.
    Thank you for your unwavering partnership and the sacrifices you make to support your child’s education.

    Before we close out the year, I want to acknowledge some of the great things we have accomplished together,
    from enhancing our literacy programs and simplifying our admissions processes to reimagining special
    education and creating new pathways to launch all our students into the bright futures they deserve.

    Every day I’ve been in our schools this year has reinforced the brilliant promise of our children. I see it in the
    light in their eyes, the warmth of their smiles, and the strength of their spirit; it always energizes and inspires
    me. I will take their promise and their energy with me into the new year, as we keep a sharp focus on our
    mission: to ensure each student graduates on a pathway to a rewarding career and long-term economic
    security—and is equipped to be a positive force for change.

    I know that the holidays mean different things to different people, but I believe that no matter what or how we
    observe, the holidays bring out the best in us. Now is the time that we pause to reconnect with the people we
    love. To appreciate all that is good in our lives and, of course, to reflect, relax, and celebrate. For me, the
    holidays are also about looking forward to the second half of the school year. Part of my job is to ensure that my
    team and I return in January full of energy and enthusiasm, ready to create even more pathways for our children
    to achieve their dreams.

    I wish you a joyful holiday season and a healthy, prosperous new year, and I very much look forward to seeing
    you and your children in the new year.

    In gratitude,
    David C. Banks
    New York City Schools Chancellor

    (fully formatted letter is attached)

     

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Calendar

  • Kids Heart Challenge Kick off Week

    This month we kick off our annual KIDS HEART CHALLENGE in PE Class! We will be spreading awareness about the importance of taking good care of our hearts as well as raising funds for the American Heart Association. Keep checking your child's backpack for official sponsor sheets or you can register any time at heart.org/khc.  Be sure to enter our team's name PS102. 

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  • Adult ESL Conversation Class

    Join our weekly Adult ESL Conversation Class for PS 102 parents and caregivers. We meet each week from 9-10:30am in the school auditorium. This class is for intermediate level students who want conversation practice, but everyone is welcome to come give it a try. If you are looking for beginner or advanced classes or just more classes - please pick up the blue ESL Resource List at our parent information table in the main lobby. 

    Please note - as per DOE regulation, all adults must present ID and proof of at least one covid-19 vaccine to enter the building. 

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  • School tour for prospective parents

    Join our Parent Coordinator for a tour of the building and Q&A.  Adults must bring ID and proof of at least one covid-19 vaccine to enter the building as per DOE regulation.

    Please register by emailing melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov as groups are limited to 10. Expect to spend 45 minutes - 1 hour and please arrive on time.   A morning and afternoon tour will be offered each month through May 2023. 

     

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  • D20 CEC Meeting

    The Community Education Council for District 20 Welcomes You to Join us for our February 2023 Calendar and Business Meetings
    Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2023
     
    Time: 6:00 PM Calendar Meeting. Business Meeting to follow
     
    Location: Hybrid
     
    In-person: M.S 936, 270 59th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220
     
    Register for the virtual meeting:
     
     
    Topics: Presentation on proposed DOE budget and Fair Student Funding, Presentation from the Office of School Design, Superintendent’s Report, Council President’s Report, Public Speaking Session
     
    Speaker sign-up sheet: Will be available at 6:00 PM on February 8th
     
     
    Interpretation will be available:
    Arabic: +1 347-966-4114,,355235426# 
    Mandarin: +1 347-966-4114,,736271826# 
    Spanish: +1 347-966-4114,,28641795#
     
    For more information, please refer to the attached file or visit our website! - WWW.CEC20.org
     
     
    Please join us for our next meeting on March 8th!
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  • Wellness Council Meeting

    Please join us in the gym or online for our monthly Wellness Council Meeting!

    Here's the link if you'd like to join virtually.
    Real-time meetings by Google. Using your browser, share your video, desktop, and presentations with teammates and customers.

    Staff, students and parents meet each month to discuss wellness initiatives at the school. 

     

     

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  • Garden Meeting

    Parents meet each Friday at 9am in the garden to work together to maintain the garden and to plan programming for students and families.  We will not meet if raining, snowing or very cold and windy.  If we need to cancel for any other reason, it will be noted on the calendar in advance.

     

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  • Respect for All Week

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  • CEC Election Applications are due today!

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College Awareness Week is January 9-13

 

 

NYC Kids Rise College Savings Program

   

All students in Grades K and 1 (unless their parents opted out) have now received an enrollment packet and have been funded for their FREE $100 NYC Kids Rise Scholarship account!  PS 102 Kindergarten and First Grade students already have saved $35,799 for college!  If you haven't already done so, please go to nyckidsrise.org to ACTIVATE your account.  After activating the account and completing a quick survey - you will receive an additional $25 in the scholarship account.  You will also be able to complete more activities for additional $25 bonuses - like opening or linking a private 529 savings account and adding any amount to that account.  NYC Kids Rise even matches the first $100 you put in a linked account.   If you have questions or need help to activate the account - please come to a NYC Kids Rise Event this week (Tuesday 1/24 from 2-3pm or Friday 1/27 from 8:45-9:45am)  in the school auditorium. If you can't make these events you can reach out to Ms. Sheri at any time.

Please note - all adults who enter the building must show ID and proof of covid-19 vaccination as per NYC DOE regulations.  

PS 102 Celebrated Kindness Week in November

PS 102 PTA

  • Please attend our PTA General Zoom Meeting at 9am Wednesday February 1, 2023.

    PS 102 PTA
  • Read-A-Thon Starts Now through February 20th

    Welcome Parents, Students and Friends to our Read-a-thon!

    This year, we are excited to announce that we will hold a Read-a-thon fundraiser. Our Read-a-thon is a program that brings students together with family and friends to encourage reading and to build literacy skills.

    The main focus of the Read-a-thon is for everyone to know we are committed to improving reading skills. To that end, the Read-a-thon promises to be a fun, exciting journey for all participants as they begin a personal Reading Adventure that challenges each reader to complete 40 reading sessions over the next few weeks, ending on February 20th.

    The paperwork we are sending home with your reader explains how to sign up for participating with a secret code and your teacher’s name. You will activate your personal Read-a-thon page to start collecting donations from your friends, family, and sponsors.

    You will see that we have distributed a take home sheet.  We understand that, as parents, you have high expectations for the quality of your child’s education but also have limited time. That’s why we chose to hold a Read-a-thon.

    You will find this to be the easiest fundraiser possible. By simply activating your reader’s personal page and using the promotional tools found there, friends and family anywhere in the world can show their support for your reader by making a donation to our Read-a-thon.  Your involvement in the Read-a-thon will help your child develop a lasting love of reading.  We hope each one of you will activate your child’s personal page the day your child brings home their paperwork. 

    Readers earn a portion of their donations to spend in an online reward store!  Rewards are shipped to the school  at the end of the Read-a-thon.  Your child will be able to shop for the incentives they would like, while keeping track of how much they have earned while reading every day! 

    75% of all donations will go to benefit our school!

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  • PS 102 PTA Shopping Day at the Bookmark Shoppe

    We earned $500 for the PTA at this event!  Thank you to our parent authors Lisa Anchin and Kate Milford and all the parents who supported this event by shopping!

    Please see the attached flier. Shop from 2-7pm on Thursday December 8th and the PTA will receive 20% of all sales! 

    The Bookmark shop is a 8413 Third Avenue - great books, art supplies and gift items for all ages. 

    Arrive between 2-6 for a special book signing event. Activities for kids!

     

     

    PS 102 PTA
  • Valentine's Day Fair is back!

    We are looking for volunteers to work at the Valentine's Day Fair on  Tuesday February 14th, setting up tables, selling from tables and cleaning up.  We are also looking for people to shop, bake, donate and more!  Contact ps102.pta.info@gmail.com if you can help out. It is a super fun event.   Please see the attached flier for more details. 

    (Remember all adults who volunteer must sign up in advance, show ID and proof of at least one covid vaccine to enter the building - as per NYC DOE regulations)

     

     

    PS 102 PTA
  • School Spirit Wear

    This fall you can order Mighty Dogs School Spirit Wear directly online at www.smoothusa.com/PS102K

    Orders placed in September were delivered the week of October 24th.

    Orders placed in October will be delivered in early December.  This order form is extended through NOVEMBER 3rd and will be the last time you can order online this school year!

    The PTA also sells spirit wear in the large school yard most Friday afternoons when weather allows.   You can also complete the attached forms.  

    Thanks for your support!

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Nature's Classroom @ PS 102

  • Family Garden Days

    Family Garden Days will return in Spring 2023.  Available dates will be posted here in March.

    Sign up is required and an adult must accompany and supervise children.  All dates will be confirmed on the day before and will be rescheduled if rain is likely.

    Dress for possible mess and bring your own gloves if you prefer (or use ours - we have cotton and also disposable).

    Feel free to bring a snack and water bottle. 

    Activities may include clean-up, planting, harvesting, watering, weeding, clipping, mowing, digging and enjoying our natural world.   Bring a sketch pad/pencils or a camera if you like!

    Feel free to bring/drop off veggie/fruit/bread/coffee grinds/tea bags/egg shells for our compost on these dates.  (Please no meat/dairy or oils)

    All family members are expected to participate  - but you will be able to choose from a range of jobs from light duty to a garden workout.

    Younger and older siblings are very welcome.  

    Please sign up by  emailing  melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov Available dates will be posted here.

     

    Nature's Classroom @ PS 102
  • Garden Group Meetings

    Parents  work together each Friday morning from 9:00 - 10:30ish to maintain the garden throughout the year. "Meetings" are informal - but we do use this time to make plans for the garden season and future programming for our students and families. Gloves and tools are available. These sessions are cancelled in the event of rain.  If they are cancelled for any other reason, I will post on www.ps102.org as early as possible.   Hope to see you soon!

    We meet throughout the year - though our sessions are more brief in the winter months. 

    If you are not getting emails about the garden and would like to -- please ask me to add you to the list: melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov.

     

     

     

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Parent University

Parent University offers lots of great FREE programs, courses and events to help you prepare your student for back to school this fall while giving you support as you return to work. Click the links below and enroll today. New courses are added weekly!

Need help? Visit us on YouTube for user tutorials. 

See you on Parent University!

 https://parentu.schools.nyc/course

UFT Dial-A-Teacher Program

UFT Dial a Teacher is up & running for the school year. K-12 students and their parents or caregivers are invited to call 212-777-3380 or visit the Dial-A-Teacher website Mondays through Thursdays between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to get free homework help from a licensed teacher.

Many of the teachers are bilingual, so Dial-A-Teacher can assist students and families in 10 languages, including Armenian, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian-Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Tagalog.

 

Book of the Month!

  • January 2023 Books of the Month

    In January we are reading: 

    Grade K: POP! The Invention of Bubble Gum by Meghan McCarthy

    Grade 1&2: The Boo-Boos That Changed the World by Barry Wittenstein

    Grade 3-5: Little Leaders - Bold Women in Black History by Vashti Harrison

    Book of the Month
  • December 2022 Books of the Month

    In December, we are reading: 

    Kindergarten: How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers

    Grades 1&2: You and Me by Susan Verde

    Grades 3-5: Lost and Found Cat by Doug Kuntz & Amy Shrodes

    Book of the Month
  • November 2022 Books of the Month

    In November we are reading: 

    Kindergarten: Shh!  We Have a Plan by Chris Haughton

    Grades K&1: Ralph Tells a Story by Abby Hanlon

    Grades 3-5: enormous SMALLNESS, A Story of EE Cummings by Matthew Burgess

    Book of the Month
  • October 2022 Books of the Month

    In October we are reading: 

    Grade K: Don't Push The Button by Bill Cotter

    Grades 1&2: The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes by Mark Pett & Gary Rubinstein

    Grades 3-5: Lin  Yi's Lantern, A Moon Festival Tale by Brenda Williams & Benjamin Lancombe

    Book of the Month
  • September 2022 Books of the Month

    In September we are reading :

    Grade K: The World Needs More Purple People by Kristen Bell & Benjamin Hart

    Grades 1-2: Where Are You From? by Yamile Saied Mendez and Jaime Kim

    Grades 3-5: A Ticket Around the World by Natalia Diaz & Melissa Owens

    Book of the Month
  • June 2022 Books of the Month

    In June we are reading:

    Kindergarten: We've Got the Whole World in Our Hands by Rafael Lopez
    Grade 1&2: Strictly No Elephants by Lisa Mantchev
    Grade 3: Because by Richard Torrey
    Grade 4&5: Summer Days and Nights by Wong Herbert Yee

    Book of the Month
  • May 2022 Books of the Month

    In May we are reading: 

    Kindergarten: Wordy Birdy by Tammi Sauer

    Grades 1&2: Listening to My Body by Gabi Garcia

    Grades 3-5: Listening with My Heart by Gabi Garcia

    Book of the Month
  • April 2022 Books of the Month

    In April we are reading: 

    Kindergarten: The Great Eggscape by Jory John & Peter Oswald

    Grade 1&2: The Bad Seed by Jory John

    Grades 3-5: Rachel Carson and her Book that Changed the World by Laurie Lawlor

    Book of the Month
  • March 2022 Books of the Month

    In March we are reading: 

    Kindergarten: Think Big, Little One by Vashti Harrison

    Grades 1&2: A is for Awesome: Iconic Women Who Changed the World by Eva Chen

    Grades 3-5: Little Dreams: Visionary Women Around the World  by Vashti Harrison

    Book of the Month
  • February 2022 Books of the Month

    In February, we are reading:

    Grades K-2:  Superheroes Are Everywhere by Kamala Harris 
    Grades 3-5:  Lost in NYC, A Subway Adventure by Nadja Spiegelman & Sergio Garcia Sanchez

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Registration

Our school office is open for new student registration each morning from 9-11am.   Please see the REGISTRATION tab at the top of this page for the required forms. 
 
Please submit the following items to the main office or by email with the completed forms filled out and signed at the bottom of each page. 
  • 2 acceptable documents verifying proof of address 
  • child's birth certificate 
  • parent/guardian ID
Sincerely,

Katerina Ginnis -Papantoniou
Pupil Accounting Secretary
P.S. 102
211 72nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11209
718-748-7404 Ext. 2281
Fax: 718-836-9265
kpapantoniou@schools.nyc.gov

 

 

 

 

NYC Schools Account (NYCSA)

All families should access this account at schoolsaccount.nyc.   If you have not yet signed up, or have problems accessing the account, please send an email with your child's name and class to melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov. This account allows you to see your child's state test scores, report card grades, attendance and fitness records and IEP.  ( Please note: A separate myschools.nyc account is used when applying to middle school, high school, kindergarten, pre-K and G&T programs.)  

   

 

School Messenger

All important messages are sent by email, text and phone via our school messenger system.  If you are not receiving them, please send an email with your child's name and the address and/or phone you would like us to use to melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov.   You can also correct your email and phone on your NYCSA  account at schoolsaccount.nyc.  You can opt in for text messages on your phone by typing Y or YES to short code 67587.  All important messages will also be posted as announcements on our school web site as well. 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 page or document on our site, please contact Margaret Sheri for help (718) 748-7404 x 2323, melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov

Contact Us

Visitors who need to enter the building must show id and proof of at least one covid-19 vaccine as per NYCDOE covid-19 policy.   For inquiries, please call our main office at 718-748-7404  or reach out via email to our parent coordinator Margaret Sheri at melliotsheri@schools.nyc.gov who will direct your email to the appropriate staff member.  

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