Grandparents Celebration 10-21-16
What a fabulous turnout over 150 grandparents. Thank you all for joining us!!!
Staying informed about your child's academic performance and behavior at school is key to making sure he/she is developing the skills he/she will need to be successful in college and careers.
The easiest way to stay updated about your child's education is to get involved at your child's school: check in regularly with your child's teacher(s), attend parent teacher conferences, volunteer at school events, and/or join the parent association.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call or e-mail the Parent Coordinator, MaryAnn Maginnis.
Former P.S./I.S. 104 student, Amrit Hingorani, was recently named a U.S. Presidential Scholar. As a graduating student at Stuyvesant High School this past June, Amrit was one of 160 students nationwide who were selected from 5,600 candidates. As one of the top-performing students in the nation, Amrit was selected as one of three New York State scholars to be awarded this distinction.
The P.S./I.S. 104 family wishes Amrit much success as he studies Biological Sciences at Cornell University.
To read The Brooklyn Eagle Article, please go to www.brooklyneagle.com/articles/2016/7/1/bay-ridge-student-presidential-scholar
Parents: 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.
Parents and guardians can now download Microsoft software from https://studentoffice.net, at no cost, on up to five of their family's computers and five of their family's tablets, smart phones, or other mobile devices. This opportunity is made possible through the NYC Department of Education's partnership with NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Microsoft.
Join Senator Golden in promoting literacy and indulging in the wonderful world of books. Marty Golden reading.jpg
Movie Showings for Guests & Families with Autism or Other Special Needs
AMC is partnering with the Autism Society to bring unique movie showings. The lights are turned up and sounds are turned down, so you can get up, dance, walk, shout or sing on the second and fourth Tuesday and Saturday of each month.
See the AMC Sensory Friendly Films website for additional information or any changes in scheduling.