The P.S.105 family would like to congratulate all the students who participated in the Logo Contest. Congratulations to our winner Junmao Lin from class 5-5 for his illustration of our P.S. 105 dragon. A special thanks to Mrs. Debes for her hard work and dedication.
Annual Italian Show 2014
We acknowledge and celebrate all people at P.S. 105!
Text Message Reminders
Parents may now sign up to receive school reminders via text messaging.To register, please send an SMS text message to 1-718-404-9025 with @mrsnanas in the message body.
(Enter your messaging app, type 1-718-404-9025 as the phone number and then type the message @mrsnanas in the message box area and press send)
After you have done this you will receive a message asking you to type your full name. Please do so and press send again. After this process you will be registered to receive text message reminders from our school.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Melody Zhao, Parent Coordinator at 1-718-438-3230.
Feel free to visit on Tuesdays between the hours of 2:40-3:30 to receive support with this service.
Common Core State Standards
The National PTA created guides for schools to help familiarize parents with the Common Core State Standards. It may be accessed via this link: http://pta.org/4446.htm or on ARIS: National PTA Parent Guides for the Common Core State Standards.
The standards are designed to increase rigor in the classroom and will require more inquiry, explanation and analysis from students. Students will begin to present and defend arguments, provide evidence and persuasion in their writing and classroom discussions. The ELA curriculum will have to contain more informational text in K-12. Early childhood will have to experience more informational text, in additional to the literature that is traditionally taught.
The Common Core Standards is NOT a curriculum. It is meant to clearly prescribe what children MUST know and learn at the conclusion of every grade. Selected curriculum resources MUST reflect the requirements of the Common Core Standards.
The new K-12 standards are set to be implemented over the next three years and students are expected to perform at a higher level. The NYS K-12 assessments will begin to reflect the rigor of the new standards.
For those who are interested in reviewing the Common Core Standards, please click on to the following link: corestandards.org