Post Remediation Backpack Letter- Water Test Results
Please see the attached document below for a message regarding water quality testing conducted at P.S. 105.
On December 22, 2017 P.S. 105 and Class 2-2 received a very special visit from the firefighters of Engine 284. With all their love and thanks they responded to a letter written by student Xi Man. In his letter he thanked the firefighters that helped to rescue him and his family's lives during a fire in their home last year. Touched by this young boy's letter, Captain Chris Kane, Firefighters Dom Dibiase, and Christopher Rossi along with several other firefighters paid a visit to him and his classmates. They generously bought Xi Man and his brother firetrucks and gave all of his classmates fire helmets, flashlights and coloring books. They also explained the importance of having smoke detectors in your home. The P. S. 105 staff and students send heartfelt thanks to the firefighters of Engine 284 and the FDNY for risking their lives on a daily basis to keep everyone safe!!!
In honor of Human Rights Day 5th graders created presentations based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Each class focused on one article to study. They also used their presentations as a fundraiser to support St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. This unit of study enabled the students to realize the struggles of other children around the world and how they respond to these challenges. The students also built knowledge about human rights, why we have them and how they are protected. Congratulations to all of our teachers and children for a job well done!!!!!
On October 31st P.S. 105 students attended an assembly hosted by the Harlem Magic Masters. The mission of this organization is to provide communities, non- profit organizations, school systems and Corporate America with affordable, quality entertainment through the medium of basketball. Their games and events are fun for the entire family and complement educational initiatives directed at empowering our youth.
STEM/STEAM COMES TO P.S. 105
This year our 4th grade was involved in an in depth study of the various trades during the colonial time period.They gained a deeper understanding of how colonists depended on each other for survival as well as the challenges colonists faced as they built a new life in America. Students were given the opportunity to research and develop skits and presentations that depicted colonial trades such as shoemaker, wig maker, printer, basket weaver, cabinet maker and tailor. Students also incorporated the STEM process by designing, developing and creating their very own water wheels.
CONGRATULATIONS to our wonderful 4th grade teachers and students on their successful presentations during the colonial fair. EVERYTHING from the costumes to the skits, artifacts and boards was truly AMAZING!!!!!
Thank you for all your hard work and dedication.
ALL grade 3-5 students attended a school assembly from the NED show. NED is a lovable cartoon character whose name is an acronym for Never give up, Encourage others, and do your best. NED is a simple, relatable character for kids that instills core values!
For more information on the NED show visit the following link:
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