PRINCIPAL: MS. JOHANNA CASTRONOVO
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: MS. ALICE LEE
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: MS. DONNA AMATO
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: MS. SHIRLEY CHEN
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: MS. JOANN ALTIERI
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!
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The P.S. 105 family celebrates school counselor's week. Thank you Ms. Carol, Ms. Cherry and Ms. Betty for you hard work and dedication!
P.S. 105 celebrates The Hour of Code.The Hour of Code is a global movement by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries through a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming.
Learn more about coding by visiting the link below:
P.S. 105 in collaboration with The New York City Ballet participated in a program that informed and encouraged artistic expression through the ballet. Kids were inspired to create their own ballet based on George Balanchine's, The Nutcracker. The students who participated in this program were able to explore and discover their artistic voices as they explored movement, music, and poetry. Congratulations on a wonderful performance!
Learn more about The Nutcracker. Click on the link below:
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