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                                  "A Community of Learners"

PS 112M. Mission
The staff and administrators of our school believe that every student will be given the opportunity to maximize his/her ability to learn.
We recognize that education is fostered through cooperation between the teacher, student, parent, and community.
To this task we commit ourselves to build an educational atmosphere for learning which we will provide our students the opportunity to develop physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially in order to become future productive members of society.


Our Vision:
We see our school as a community of learners where all members of the staff, students, and parents support and accept each other, and meet the needs of individuals. It is the hope that all members of our community will become life long learners, be flexible, embrace change and become active participants in our school and society. Ideally, all members of the community will be responsible and accountable. The members will respect themselves and others. The members will develop critical thinking skills and the ability to communicate effectively.

 

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Moving Up Slideshow 2014

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P.S 112M,
                           Jose Celso Barbosa School                           
535 E.119th Street
New York, New York 10035 
Eileen Reiter, Principal   ereiter@schools.nyc.gov
 
212-860-5868
Fax: 212-860-6077

Map/Directions click here
 
View DOE Calendar 2014-2015
 
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Basic Classroom Supplies list

  1. Box of tissue (1)
  2. Hand sanitizer
  3. Disinfecting wipes
  4. Hand soap
  5. Roll of paper towel
  6. 1 box of Zipper Seal gallon size bags
  7. 1 box of zipper seal sandwich size bag
  8. Pack of index cards (1pk)
  9. Glue Sticks

10. Glue Bottle

11.  Two pocket folders (2)

12.  Composition notebook (2)

13.  Number 2 Pencils (1box)

14. Dry-erase markers

15. Healthy snacks (No sodas, candies, peanuts) teachers will supply you

with a list of snacks for your child’s class.  Also teachers might send an

additional list of other supplies needed for your child’s classroom.

View 2014-2015 Calendar

To view a particular Month, click the Drop Down menu to select the month and then click View.

September Highlights:

September 4th: Welcome Back

September 9th: PTA Meeting

September 16th: Curriculum Night

September 25 and 26: NO School

September 29: Picture Day

September 30: School Leadership Team Meeting


Click Calendar to Read Details!!!!!

 

*******Important Reminder: 

Students will be dismissed at 2:40 everyday!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.S.112 CARES!!

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 2nd Grade students were busy for weeks making crafts to sell to raise money for hurricane Sandy victims. They made frames, beaded necklaces and bracelets, glittered ornaments, flower pots, and painted rocks to name a few. The sale was a huge success!! They raised over $800!! A Red Cross respresentative visited our school and the students presented the money to them! Congratulations 2nd graders and Teachers !!!

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After the devastating events of the earthquake and tsunami that affected Japan in March, students  from 1-213 began asking questions.  First they wondered exactly about what a tsunami was and what an  earthquake was.  Then their wonderings shifted to how they could help the people of Japan.  They decided to raise money for the people of Japan.  They created posters and went around the school to fundraise.  Along with  the Penny Harvest team, they raised $500 for the Japanese Red Cross.  As their inquiry broadened, they began reading  books about life in Japan.  Their questions then centered on children in Japan, how they dressed, what they ate, what  they did for fun, what kind of animals lived there, etc. As a culminating event to this project of humanity and empathy, students created collages that were put into book form.

Jacob Brandt's parents arranged for a visit to the United Nations, where they both work.  Dignitaries from Japan met with Class 1-213 to receive the book of collages and sympathy messages.  The students performed "Kuma San" that they had learned in Music Class with Miss Trudy, as well as "On Top of Spaghetti."  A film crew was there from a Japanese television station.

You can click on the link to view a short clip of the presentation.
 

Parent Resources:

 1. REGISTER your child in a NYC public school: click here

  2.  ***Keep your child SAFE ONLINE!!!***

View Guidelines for Parents

Internet Safety for Kids: click  here

3. Want access to your child's school records?Stop by Room 117 to pick up your ARIS Log-in Information!  ARIS Parent Link

4. DOE Website view

5. DOE Calendar view

6. Homework Help: Dial-a-Teacher view

7. Common Core Learning Standards view

8. Twitter: link

9. Parent Coordinator: Diana Martinez Molano contact info

 

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Penny Harvest

Third Annual Penny Harvest 2012-2013

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Second Annual Penny Harvest 2011-2012!!!

View  Photos!

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Read all about 2010-11 project!

Photos!

The students decided to donate the money to:

1- Red Cross Relief Fund for Japan
2- Little Sisters of the Assumption Food Pantry
3- ASPCA

  Seniors for Seniors

Our Penny Leaders made care packages (toiletries, etc) with our Senior Citizen Center Connection in East Harlem, the Casabe Housing for Seniors. It is the only senior citizen center that the Penny Leaders are associaded with.  The Penny Leaders chose to donate to the Ocean Prominade Nursing Home for Seniors affected by Hurricane Sandy in Rockaway!

View Photos!  1 & 2

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The seniors were also invited to see our students dancing in the Nutcracker at our school!

We are proud to announce that we have received many awards for our hard work.  Click on the ribbon to view our
Awards and Recognitions. 
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    Playground Ribbon Cutting

 

Click here to see more photos! 

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 PS112M Dual Language Program for Autistic Students: Read

 


 

Class 2-311 Poetry

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2-311 learned the crafts of poetry and wrote our own anthologies. We practiced making music in our poems and turning ordinary language into poetic language. Here is just a sneak peek at some of our poems!!

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Ella -- A Fable

As part of PS112's Spring Drama show True Colors, the second grade classes adapted fairy tales and placed them 

Click here to view

 

DADS

Take Your Child

 to School Day!!!!!   

December 2012

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  Art Studio News

The Faberje Big Egg Hunt 2014

267 egg sculptures created by artists, fashion designers and architects hidden around New York City April 1-17,
culminating in a final gathering of eggs April 18-25 at Rockefeller Center.

Twenty four of the eggs were created by Studio in a School students.
With the guidance of 11 Studio Artist/instructors, 11 schools participated in this exciting project.
In addition, the Teen Apprenticeship Program students will be working on their eggs live in the 1 East 53rd Street Gallery on April 16 and 17.

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 Art Exhibit -photos

**Museum Resources for Parents!!

 Three students' work is at the exhibition called "Celebrating Our Student Achievements in the Arts" at El Museo del Barrio.
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HOORAY!!!! and Congratulations!
 
Big Apple Skyline
has been selected from over 800 entries to be included in the P.S. Art 2010 exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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 Art celebrates the visual arts in New York City’s public schools and showcases the tremendous talent of students from every neighborhood across the city.  Students from 2-309 and art teacher, Cathy Ramey, are commended for the exemplary work submitted for this competition. 

 

 

Spring 2014 Blogging, click here!

  We're BLOGGERS TOO

2nd Grade Students participate in an online book club. They read stories and have conversations online at the P.S.112 Blog Site. Click here and click "comments" to read our discussions.

Blog Archives #1  #2


Videoconferencing with Taiwan

Class 2-216

More Photos: Click

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Terrific   Technology

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**Skype Sessions: Click here

  Wordle 

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  WikiSpace 

 
Internet Projects 2011-2012

Insect Study -Collaboration with Students from other states!  View PS112Mwork!

Earth Materials: View Wiki 301/311

Trillium Learning

Website and Projects

News and Events


 

All about   Internet Safety!

  2nd Grade Internet Safety eBook

  Click here: Sites for Kids

Students use this link in the lab to do

research and inquiry work.

 

 
 
Click to hear Podcasts  !

   Student Wikispace

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