IMPORTANT UPDATES

 

June 2022

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

This summer if your child’s iPad is in need of repair, please contact the SupportHub, as our school is not a Summer School Site

Select this link  NYC SupportHub

 

First Day of School- September 8, 2022

 

NEW YORK CITY SCHOOLS ACCOUNT  ( NYCSA):
We need 100% of parents signed up!!
This is the platform to view your child’s upcoming report card and prior grades, attendance, address and contact information. ALL parents should be registered. 

This instructional video https://vimeo.com/497731682, provides visual step-by- step instructions on how to set up an account. 

 

 

 

     SLIME TIME CELEBRATION - 2022
 $25,150 RAISED FOR OUTDOOR STEM CENTER!
 
 
             Mrs. Gordon and Dr. Pretto GET SLIMED!

The PTA at P.S./I.S. 104 presented a Read-a-Thon to raise funds to build an outdoor STEM center.

Principal Gordon agreed to get slimed if we reach $20,000.  We met our first goal.

   District 20 Superintendent, Dr. Pretto upped the ante and pledged to get slimed at $25,000! 

 Thank you for the outstanding support! Happy Reading!   To donate go to: Read-a-Thon donation

 
SLIME TIME CELEBRATION on  ABC 7 New York
"Brooklyn read-a-thon top earners slime P.S./I.S. 104 Principal Suzanne Gordon, Superintendent Dr. David Pretto "
 
 
WATCH THE SLIME TIME CELEBRATION
 
 

 

 

Eighth Grade Graduation Ceremony Video 6-23-22

Click this link to access the Graduation Ceremony Video:

Eighth Grade Graduation Video

 

 

PSIS 104 NIA at a Yankee Game!

NIA at P.S. / I.S. 104 Visits THE LION KING on Broadway!

NIA Roller Jam 6-9-22

Virtual High School Event: Offers and Waitlists

Dear families, We hope you’ll join us for a live virtual information session about high school offers and waitlists. As a reminder, the first event is tomorrow, June 15!

  • Each event will be virtual, so you can join from anywhere. We’ll begin with a presentation and then answer your questions.
  • Please note that every event will cover the same content, but different events will provide interpretation in different languages.

The events will be held on the following dates and times—please use the links and information below to join the session best suited to you and your family’s preferred language:

  • Wednesday, June 15, 5:30pm – 6:30pm | Event held in English | Interpretation provided in: American Sign Language (ASL), Bangla, Korean, Urdu
    • HOW TO JOIN the Zoom event
    • Use these call-in numbers for interpretation during the event:
      • Bangla: 1 888-475-4499 Phone Conference ID: 990-974-6758 ##
      • Korean: 1 833-548-0282 Phone Conference ID: 415-257-2543 ##
      • Urdu: 1 833-548-0282 Phone Conference ID: 685-187-0290 ## 
  • Thursday, June 16, 1:00pm – 2:00pm | Event held in English | Interpretation provided in: Arabic, French, Russian  
    • HOW TO JOIN the Zoom event
    • Use these call-in numbers for interpretation during the event:
      • Arabic: 1 888-475-4499 Phone Conference ID: 990-974-6758 ##
      • French: 1 833-548-0282 Phone Conference ID: 415-257-2543 ##
      • Russian: 1 833-548-0282 Phone Conference ID: 685-187-0290 ## 
  • Tuesday, June 21, 5:30pm – 6:30pm | Event held in English | Interpretation provided in: American Sign Language (ASL), Chinese (Mandarin), Haitian Creole, Spanish
    • HOW TO JOIN the Zoom event
    • Use these call-in numbers for interpretation during the event:
      • Chinese (Mandarin): 1 888-475-4499 Phone Conference ID: 990-974-6758 ##
      • Haitian Creole: 1 833-548-0282 Phone Conference ID: 415-257-2543 ##
      • Spanish: 1 833-548-0282 Phone Conference ID: 685-187-0290 ##

Can’t attend a live event, or want to learn more? Visit schools.nyc.gov/High. A captioned recording will be available on our website by the end of June. Best wishes, The High School Admissions Team, Office of Student EnrollmentNYC Department of Educationschools.nyc.gov/High | schools.nyc.gov/SHSWas this email forwarded to you from a friend? Be sure to sign up for our high school admissions mailing list at schools.nyc.gov/SignUp. If you wish to unsubscribe from future messages about high school admissions, please click here.

Virtual Middle School and High School Application Meetings

GIFTED AND TALENTED INFORMATION JUNE 2022

Gifted And Talented for 2022-2023The G&T application will be open from May 31 - June 17, 2022. Parents of students entering grades 1, 2 or 3 can apply by submitting a G&T application online at NYC MySchools or through a Family Welcome Center�  Offers will be made in July.�  Enrollment is hosting a live virtual event on June 1 for families to provide more information about this year's G&T admissions process. For event times and interpretation details, visit NYC Department of Education Elementary Admissions Events.There are two types of G&T programs:�  K-to-5 G&T programs-�  These existing programs serve children throughout elementary school, from kindergarten through grade 5.�  Children can enter these programs in kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, or grade 3.�  Learn more about how and when to participate in the Gifted & Talented One Pager (attached).NEW - Grade 3 G&T programs for current grade 2 students in DOE public schools:o  DOE identifies the highest-performing grade 2 students—meaning their core course grades are in the top 10% at their school.o  DOE invites the families of these students to apply to Grade 3 G&T programs.o  Invited families can apply to Grade 3 G&T programs between May 31 and June 13 by submitting a G&T application online with MySchools(Open external link) or through a Family Welcome Center.Please note: Grade 2 students invited to participate in Grade 3 G&T admissions can also apply for grade 3 seats at K-to-5 G&T programs.

COVID TESTING CONSENT FORM

VISITORS

Penny Proud showing her Driver License as her identification. 

Parents/Guardians: Please note that visitors must always present their ID when entering the building.
Keep the sticker/visitors pass visible at all times.
Return it to the security desk upon leaving.

ACCESSIBILITY

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 Mr. Wiley at pwiley4@schools.nyc.gov or (718) 759-4990 to request assistance.

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STUDENT BEHAVIOR CONTRACT

Students are informed of the Student Behavior Contract in regard to school rules and policies at the start of the school year.

The Discipline Code can be found at: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/rules-for-students/discipline-code

If you need additional information, please contact:     Ms. Morrison, Respect for All  (718) 836-4630        Ms. Donnelly, Sexual Harassment  (718) 836-4630