PRINCIPAL: MS. JOHANNA CASTRONOVO
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: MS. DONNA AMATO
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: MS. SHIRLEY CHEN
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: MS. JOANN ALTIERI
Our 4th graders traveled back in time to experience the Colonial era in Historic Richmond Town.The purpose of this museum village is to make visitors feel as if they are living in the 19th century. Visitors are able to have a first-hand experience of what Historic Richmond Town once was.Visitors may take a guided tour of various homes and shops that are fully furnished and restored to specific periods of interpretation; other buildings are in the process of being restored and are not yet open to the public.Demonstrations of historic trades, crafts, and basic household activities by costumed museum interpreters take place during certain special events throughout the year and on a regular basis by reservation for visiting school groups. Special events that are open to the public include the Richmond County Fair, quilting classes, Tavern Concerts, Pumpkin Picking at Decker Farm (October), English Country Dancing, Old Home Day, Candlelight Tours, Traditional Dinners, and the Summer Apprenticeship Program.
On October 26, 2018 P.S. 105 celebrated Italian heritage. Students sang and danced to Italian music and songs. The performances were truly amazing. Congratulations to all!!!!!
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.
P.S. 105 celebrated Chinese Lunar New Year.Congratulations to our students and staff for putting on a wonderful show! The performances were truly amazing!!! Happy New Year!!!
STEM/STEAM COMES TO P.S. 105
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!!!
Please open the link below to read how the Department of Education,in partnership with the American Dairy Association is conducting a fun city-wide promotional program.
Let's help our children make healthy choices. Please look at the link to learn more about healthy eating habits.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.docx Statement on Accessibility: We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities and will follow the guidelines set forth by web content accessibility. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact email@example.com to request assistance.