Lost and Found is Full of Student Clothing and Supplies

Dear Parents/Guardians

We have collected a variety of clothing items and school supplies in our Lost & Found.

Clothing items include; coats, jackets, hoodies, sweaters, sneakers, and event a pair of pants.  All of which are not labeled with a name or class.

 

During Open School Week I will have labels set up in our lobby with all of the the lost and found items displayed.

Please look through those items if your child is missing any clothing item or school supply.  Friday afternoon all of the remaining items will be donated.

 

Please label your child’s clothing and school supplies.

 

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

Sincerely,

Anthony Pisacano

Principal

Arrival and Dismissal Schedule Reminders

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Please take a moment to review our arrival and dismissal schedule.P.S./I.S. 102 QueensDaily Schedule

Monday to Wednesday

 

*Early Morning Program Students Only

*Breakfast                                                                                           7:30-7:50

*Early Morning Program                                                                    8:02-8:39

 

Regular Day Students

Regular Day Breakfast                                                                       8:10-8:30

Regular Day                                                                                        8:40-3:00

THURSDAY

*No Early Morning Program

Breakfast                                                                                             8:10-8:30

Regular Day                                                                                        8:40-3:00

 

FRIDAY

*No Early Morning Program

Breakfast                                                                                             7:30-7:50

Regular Day                                                                                        8:00-2:20

Please make sure your child arrives on time on Fridays.

In the event of an indoor morning line up, such as rain, snow or extremely cold temperatures, please be advised that students arriving for the regular school day will be admitted at 8:30.  Therefore, during inclement weather do not send or bring your child/children to school before that time (8:30).

If your child arrives too early during inclement weather, they will stand outside the building.  If that is the case make sure that he/she is dressed appropriately for the weather.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

 

Anthony Pisacano

Principal

Halloween Saftey

Dear Parents and Guardians:
Wednesday, October 31,2012 is Halloween. Traditionally, Halloween is a time of fun and excitement.  However, we need to take precautions to have a safe Halloween experience. Below I have listed some helpful guidelines as children go out Trick or Treating.
Happy Halloween!
1. Go Trick or Treating in a group with a responsible adult.
2. Wear a costume that is fireproof and can be seen when it is dark
3. Do not eat any unwrapped candy or fruit .
4. Parents should inspect all treats before permitting children to eat them
5. Only go Trick or Treating to friends and neighbors. Don’t knock on strangers doors
6. Do not go Trick or Treating late in the evening.
7. Do not play any tricks that can hurt anyone or that can damage or deface property

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

Anthony Pisacano
Principal

Response To Intervention (RTI) Services

Dear Parents/Guardians
The purpose of this letter is to give you a general description of the services that are available to our Response To Intervention students. These are children who are performing below grade level.

For our lowest performing students (level 1) we offer RTI services in reading, RTI writing and/ or math during the day, a minimum of five times a week. The RIT teacher pushes into the classroom and provides small group instruction to these students. For students that are functioning on a low level 2, the Early Morning Program is available. The days are Monday through Wednesday for 371/2 minutes. The group size consists of no more than ten children. During this time the teacher concentrates on reading, writing and math to help strengthen your child’s skills.

Lastly, twice a week, an after-school program for students that are a high level 2. The goal is to push the children to a level 3 which would put them on grade level. Please remember that a student receives these additional services based on class performance, test results and teacher recommendation.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact your child’s service provider.

Anthony Pisacano
Principal