Volunteers Needed for 5th Grade Graduation Committee （5年級畢業委員會需要志願者）
Please see attached flyer for more information. (有关信息請查看附件)。
School-Based Policy Of PS 124 for Cell Phones, Computing Devices and Portable Music on school Property.
ALL Parents, please read,sign and return back to school. Thank you!
在PS124 學校裡使用手機,電腦設備和手提音樂. 家長請閱讀,
Open House for Prospective Parents applying for Pre-K, Kindergarten & Gifted & Talented will be held on the following dates & times:
Tuesday, 01/09/2018 8:30am
Thursday, 02/01/2018 9:00am
Tuesday, 02/13/2018 8:30am
Friday, 03/02/2018 9:00am
Monday, 03/19/2018 9:00am
Pre-registration required: 212-966-7237 x1004
All New York City residents with children born in 2013 can apply to kindergarten. Get ready by taking these next steps:
For families with children born in 2013, there are two paths to Elementary Admissions.
If you just moved to New York City and are not yet enrolled in a school for the 2017-2018 school year, learn how to enroll on the New Students page.
New York City families with children born in 2014 can apply to pre-K from February 5-March 30, 2018.
Starting on February 5, you can apply online, by phone, or in person. Interpretation services are available in more than 200 languages for over-the-phone and in-person application submissions. You can ask questions and request information about admissions in any language when you call or go to a Family Welcome Center.
In free, full-day, high-quality pre-K, children are in a safe learning environment with opportunities to participate in engaging activities and interact with other children and teaching staff. Studies show that early childhood education improves performance throughout a child’s school experience. Pre-K for All gives children stronger math and reading skills in elementary school and a better chance at success in life.
Pre-K for All programs partner with the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) to support all learners in building strong foundations for success in school and beyond. Programs build on the strengths and diverse backgrounds of children and families.
Who can apply to Pre-K for All?
Start exploring pre-K programs. Use the tools below to find programs that interest you:
Use Pre-K Finder to explore pre-K programs, read the Pre-K Quality Snapshots, and get help from an enrollment specialist.
Learn about the admissions process, including admissions priorities.
Find your zoned school.
Get reminders about deadlines and useful information about admissions.
Pre-K for All runs five days per week from September to June. Most pre-K options are on a full-day schedule (6 hours and 20 minutes). Some half-day (2 hours and 30 minutes) options are also available. There are four types of pre-K program options:
After-School clubs at PS 124
Soccer Wednesdays: The world’s most popular sport is now available! Join the coaches from E3Sports to learn basics of kicking, passing and working together as a team. This is a great sport for physical development and spatial awareness. All sessions end with scrimmages.
Cup Stacking Fridays: Check out this new sport that is taking over the nation! Coaches from E3Sports will teach you all about cup stacking. The sport is great for motor skill development and hand-eye coordination. Race against time and other players. All skill levels welcome.
If you are interested, please complete and return the bottom portion of this notice to the Main Office, with cash or check, payable to “P.S. 124” by Friday, October 27, 2017.
There is limited availability per session, so sign up quick!
***We will notify you of your child’s acceptance into this afterschool club***
2:30-3:45pm (Gr. 2-3)
4:00-5:15pm (Gr. 4-5)
|Cup Stacking Fridays
2:30-3:45pm (Gr. 1-3)
4:00-5:15pm (Gr. 4-5)
9 students from the PS124 Soccer Club participated in the City in the Community Schools Cup competition sponsored by the NYCFC. The club produced a 1-2-0 record, just missing the playoffs. It was a momentous occasion because this is the first time the club played together against players outside the school. Despite the record, they played courageously and look forward to next year.
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 PTA Executive Board & School Leadership Team (SLT)!
PTA Executive Board
President: Benny Wong
Co-Vice Presidents: Delphia Lee & Diane Wong
Treasurers: Avah (Danhua) Jiang & Aileen Chu
Secretary: Lillian Shyu
School Leadership Team (SLT)
Avah (Danhua) Jiang
The fidget spinners have become a distraction for the children in the classroom and affecting their learning. These toys are now banned and are NOT allowed in school. Please have your child leave their fidget spinners at home for personal use. If children are seen playing with them in school, school staff will take them away and parents will have to come in to pick up.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
這個玩具令孩子分心, 影響學業.請提醒孩子將 Fidget Spinners 放在家裡,利用其他時間玩.如果學校教職員工看見任何學生在學校玩這玩具,將會沒收通知家長取回.在此事先感謝你的合作.
Updated Discipline Code
Recently, NYC schools adopted an updated Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student Learning (Discipline Code). We encourage you to review the Discipline Code and become familiar with the standards of behavior—and the consequences if these standards are not met. Please also discuss the standards with your child.
Our PS124 winners of "Outstanding Production" for their performance in Annie in Atlanta
NAAP'S PS124 after school Kids Theatre Club UPDATE:
Here is what one of the Adjudicators said about NAAP'S PS124 after school Kids Theatre Club after their big WIN...
PS 124 Theatre Club – Annie KIDS: Said Nolan about the group’s performance, “This was absolutely incredible ensemble work and wonderful staging. They gave us charming performances. It was a standout for the day.” Added Singer, “Boy orphans!!! We loved every second of this performance!”
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