Mar 3 - A Trip Around The World, details below
Mar 5- 2nd Grade City Worker Day
Mar 6 - Red Hawk Native American Assembly
Mar 9 - Movie Night - Coco!, details below
Mar 13 - PTA Executive Board Meeting, 8 am
Mar 15 - Parent Teacher Conferences, 11:30 am dismissal
Mar 18 - Zumba! Buy tickets
Mar 21 - Science Fair Night
Mar 22 - RAFFLE MANIA! Details below. Buy Tickets
Mar 29 - Helping Kids Manage Their Feelings With Kimochis, 6:30pm, register
Mar 30-Apr 8 - Spring Break - NO SCHOOL
Apr 9 - Raising Resilient Girls, 6:30 pm, register
The NYC School Survey is going home in backpacks. Each school is required to participate. The survey is completely confidential and gives us a picture of our learning environment from both parent and teacher perspectives. Please do your part and complete it as soon as possible. More info here: English; Chinese; Spanish
March Parent Teacher Conferences
Our Parent Teacher Conferences are Thursday, March 15. Dismissal will be at 11:30am. Letters will go home in backpacks soon to schedule times for either afternoon or evening conferences.
A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD
TOMORROW! SAT, MARCH 3, 2-5 PM
Join your PS 154 community for a FREE community event sponsored by the PTA Diversity Committee. You’ll enjoy:
- Six country exhibits where your children will be able to play games and learn facts about cultures from around the world
- Each child will receive a passport to get stamped at the tables (while supplies last)
- Buckley’s School of Irish Dance will perform at 2:15 pm. They have been in Windsor Terrace since 1976, and advanced students perform throughout Brooklyn.
- Ajna Dance Company (Indian Dancing) will perform at 3:30 pm with a workshop to follow. Ajna Dance Company has been featured on NBC, Good Morning America & they have performed for the UN General Assembly.
- Art on display created by each class at PS 154 being offered at our online auction. See your child’s class project!
This event will be fun for all ages and is not limited to Windsor Terrace School attendees. Please bring your neighbors, friends, and relatives!
PAJAMA MOVIE NIGHT — COCO!
FRIDAY, MARCH 9
DOORS OPEN AT 6 PM MOVIE STARTS AT 6:15 PM
Suggested entry donation: $5 per person. Pizza, hot dogs, drinks, snacks, and treats for sale.
D15 Diversity Plan
Public Workshop #2
Tues, March 13, 6:30-8:30 pm
(Doors open at 6:00pm)
Sunset Park High School
153 35th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Please join District 15 leadership for Public Workshop #2 of the D15 Diversity Plan. Public Workshop #2 will cover historic and demographic changes, introduce precedents & data related to school diversity, and provide another opportunity for community members to share their ideas to create diverse, meaningfully integrated middle schools in D15. Food, childcare, and interpretation services will be provided!
SUN, MARCH 18, 10-11AM, IN THE MMR
Enjoy this outrageously fun, calorie-burning class with PS 154 parent, Lisa Rochlin. Dance along to a combination of your favorite radio hits, Latin pop & African beats!
THURS, MARCH 22, 7 PM
Buy your tickets before they sell out! This is PS 154’s biggest Spring fundraiser and we want to have fun and support our school with YOU.
The event is just up the street at Shepherd’s Hall behind Holy Name Church, 245 Prospect Park West. Dinner and Open Bar INCLUDED with admission!
HELPING KIDS MANAGE THEIR FEELINGS WITH KIMOCHIS®
THURS, MARCH 29, 7 - 8:30 PM IN THE PS 154 MMR
$10 PER PERSON
A workshop for parents and caregivers presented by the Social Emotional Experience Committee (SEE) of the PTA of PS 154.
Teach your kids the ABCs of emotions — a valuable, life-long skill most of us never learned from our parents or teachers. In this workshop you will learn seven simple tools that help your child manage upset feelings positively and help you and your child feel more connected.
RAISING RESILIENT GIRLS
MON, APR 9, 6:30 - 8 PM IN THE PS 154 MMR
$25 PER PERSON
Raising Resilient Girls is a 1 hour talk by Girls Leadership Co-Founder Simone Marean. The talk will be followed by a 30 minute Q&A session for parents, teachers, and community members.
Girls Leadership speaks to parents and teachers across the country about the challenges girls face today, the reasons why we see girls struggling, and what we can do to help them. In this acclaimed 1-hour talk (followed by a 30 minute Q&A), we share how to help girls practice assertive self-expression, emotional intelligence and healthy relationships, preparing them for a life of personal and social leadership. This engaging presentation covers the development of girl dynamics beginning in preschool through high school.
As written up in Parents Magazine, this talk concentrates on practical advice that can be executed in a real-life setting, such as:
Talking about your own not-so-happy feelings;
Sharing your mistakes;
Helping your daughter to solve her own problems;
The Good Girl Phenomenon and conflict as an opportunity for positive change
This presentation is for adults only.
While this workshop is for adults only, you can visit the Girls’ Leadership website to register for their multi-week mother-daughter classes at PS 154 this spring. Please follow these links to find out more:
Brave Goals, Balanced Friendships
A 4-part series of 90 minute workshops for 2nd and 3rd grade girls
Saturdays, April 14, 21, 28, and May 5, 2018, 11:00am-12:30pm
4 Steps for Getting What You Need
A 4-part series of 90 minute workshops for 4th-5th grade girls
Saturdays, April 14, 21, 28, and May 5, 2018, 1:00-2:30pm