March 15 - Lip Sync Battle, 6:00pm
March 19 - Armory Visit for Grades 2-5 - Volunteers Still Needed - Sign Up
March 20 - PTA General Meeting, 6:30pm
March 21 - 4th Grade Shakespeare Performances, 10am & 1pm
March 22 - 4th Grade Shakespeare Performances, 10am & 1pm
March 26 - SLT Meeting, 4pm
March 27 - 2nd Grade City Worker Day
April 2 & 3- ELA State Tests for 3rd - 5th grades
April 8 - PTA Exec Meeting, 6:30pm
April 9 - Armory Visit for Grades 2-5 - Volunteers Still Needed - Sign Up
April 12 - Kids Heart Challenge, during recess
April 13 - PS 154’s Science Fair
SAVE THE DATE FOR THESE UPCOMING EVENTS
PTA 5K FUN RUN
Sat, May 11 in Prospect Park
FRIDAY, JUNE 14 at MCU Stadium in Coney Island
SPRING TEXTILE DRIVE
Start saving clothes, shoes, sneakers, hats, linens, towels, handbags, and belts!
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City Worker Day for 2nd Grade!
NEW DATE: March 27, 8:40am
Are you a city worker? Have you ever worked for the city? Come join the second grade at our assembly on March 5th! We are looking for volunteers to talk with the students about what you do and how you help the city. We will sing and have a celebration to thank you for your hard work! Contact Ms. Varriale to volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org
LIP SYNC BATTLE
FRI, MARCH 15, 6:30-8:30PM
DOORS OPEN 6pm, PERFORMANCES START AT 6:30
FREE WITH SIGNUP
You’re invited to our first-ever Lip Sync Battle! This is a FREE EVENT, brought to you by the PTA of PS 154!
Bring your best lip syncing performance to our MMR stage! Please sign up below, indicating which song you will lip sync. Also, please consider signing up as a group -- due to time constraints, we will cap the performances at 30 songs.
PARENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMPETE! Things to consider: your costume, props... There will be [meaningful, inexpensive] awards in every category!
SIGN UP TO PERFORM
PTA MEETING FEATURING A PRESENTATION ON RESPONSIVE PARENTING
WED, MARCH 20 AT 6:30-8:30 PM IN THE MMR
Babysitting and pizza will be available for school aged children for a suggested donation of $5 per child
THE PRESENTATION: RESPONSIVE PARENTING: INTENTIONAL LANGUAGE AND EMOTIONALLY RESPONSIVE TECHNIQUES TO SUPPORT YOUR CHILD
Carolyn Lyons, a gifted and experienced expert in child development and communications, will lead an interactive discussion that will provide participants with specific verbal prompts, questions, and responses to use to strategically support children.
Carolyn Lyons is a Certified School Counselor with over 15 years of experience working with children in educational and therapeutic settings. She worked as a Child and Family Therapist at Joseph J. Peters Institute in Philadelphia. She has worked in the counseling offices of P.S. 120 and P.S. 506 in Brooklyn. She is currently Director and Lead Teacher at Chickpeas Cooperative Preschool in Park Slope.
HELPING YOUR CHILD COPE WITH ANXIETY
THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 6:30-8:00PM IN THE MMR
This talk is open to the community
Babysitting available for school aged children for a suggested donation of $5 per child
Rates of anxiety among young people in America have been increasing steadily for the past 70 years. Does your child have anxiety? In this workshop, former 154 parent Neil Weintraub, LCSW, will help parents identify signs of anxiety in children and discuss short-term relief and long-term solutions. He will help parents distinguish between common stress/worry and clinical anxiety. He will also help parents to identify ways in which they unknowingly put pressure on their children and discuss strategies for changing the dynamic.
Neil Weintraub works with children to help them develop an age-appropriate understanding of their challenges and utilize their strengths to make a plan. He specializes in children and adolescents struggling with anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, and general social difficulties. Neil sees clients individually and in social skills groups designed to help children with real-world social interactions. He is also the social worker for the ASD Nest Program at PS 32 in Brooklyn.