4th and 8th Grade Science After-School Program: April 2014-May 2014

4th Grade & 8th Grade Science After-School Schedule:

April 2014-May 2014

The Science After-School Program runs on Mondays & Tuesdays.

Dismissal is 4:30PM.

April 1, 2014-First Session

April 7, 2014

April 8, 2014

April 28, 2014

April 29, 2014

May 5, 2014

May 6, 2014

May 12, 2014

May 13, 2014

May 19, 2014

May 20, 2014-Last Session

Please be reminded to send in a note to your child’s teacher if your child will be picked up earlier than the 4:30PM dismissal time.

To Download the 4th Grade & 8th Grade Science Schedule, click here.

ELA After School Program Ending Notice-March 2014

March 24, 2014

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Please be advised that the last day of the P.S. /I.S. 102 After School Remedial Program is March 25, 2014.

Please arrange to have your child picked up at their regular dismissal time of 3:10 PM.

Please sign and return tear off below.



Anthony Pisacano



I am aware that the After School Remedial Program will end on Tuesday March 25, 2014

I will have my child picked up at 3:10 PM everyday.


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Click here to download the Acknowledgment Form

Principal’s Honor Roll for Middle School Students-Spring 2014

Mr. Pisacano is proud to announce the 2014 Spring Honor Roll.  Congratulations to these students whose hard work and dedication to their studies have led them to earning this prestigious achievement.

Ps 102 Principals Honor roll spring 2014-1

6th Grade:

Ps 102 Principals Honor roll spring 2014-4

(From L. to R.: Sabrina H., Cheska V., Loretta O., & Tiffany L.)

7th Grade:

Ps 102 Principals Honor roll spring 2014-2

(Top Row from L. to R.: Julie G., Annie C., Jessica S., Helen L., & Iris Z.; Middle Row from L. to R.: Isaiah W., Loren C., Tiffany Y., Anna R., Jana C., & Kynthia L.; Bottom Row from L. to R.: Candy Z., Kallie S., Yingxin L., & Mohamed G.)

8th Grade:

Ps 102 Principals Honor roll spring 2014-18(Back Row from L. to R.: Jessica H., Keely N., Queena Z., Mr. Pisacano, Sebastian A., Michelle M., Patricia T., & Mayumi T.; Front Row from L. to R.: Yasmine M., Michelle M., Deyvis M., Syeda T., Fiona W., Winnie L., Susan L., Nelson C., Myat K., Albert A., & Sandy D.)

Internet Safety guidelines for Middle School Students

February 10, 2014

Dear Parents of Students in Grades 6-8:

As parents in today’s society, you should be aware of the online activities of your children.  The Internet is full of useful resources and educational tools, however, it is also becoming increasingly risky for its younger users.  You are encouraged to supervise your child’s computer use at home and be sure that he/she is made aware of the possible dangers that are out there.

Attached we have provided you with “Family Tip Sheets” with useful information that will help you to take proper precautions and think about privacy and safety while online.  Safety issues may arise when children visit websites, particularly social networking sites.  Many of our students chat or “IM” with each other from home using AIM or Yahoo/Hotmail Messenger.  Chatting can be harmless, but it can also lead to things such as cyber-bullying or chatting with strangers.  Others may have access to personal information depending on how much information your child is providing online.  Again, the two key words to think about and discuss with your child are privacy and safety!  Please also be aware that many recruiters from colleges and employers are searching sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to narrow down candidates.  Children must be very careful about what they post online.

Common Sense Media provides many valuable resources, including age-appropriate “Best of” lists for movies, websites, games, apps, educational activities, etc.  You can visit their website at www.commonsensemedia.org.

Our advice to you is to actively supervise your child’s Internet use. Look at and approve any pictures they are posting, who they are “friends” with online and what websites they are visiting.  Also, keep your home computer in a place that can be easily supervised.  There have been many recent news stories about children being bullied online or approached by Internet predators.  Don’t let this be your child—read over the attached Internet safety tips together and pay close attention to what is happening on your computer at home.  Best wishes for safe Internet use!

In addition to these tips please visit the websites below for more information.

Online Safety Family Tips for Grades 6-8:


Respecting Privacy

General Online Safety


Anthony Pisacano                               Alison Arduini                                    Kris Babakitis

Principal                                              Guidance Counselor                           Guidance Counselor


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