School Supply Drop-Off: September 13, 14 and 15

Dear P.S. 101 Families,

Welcome back to school! We look forward to seeing everyone back in person after so long.

—>>>First, ALL STUDENTS with PS 101 computers (laptops or iPads) MUST bring their device to school on the September 13. Please ensure to bring the computer and charger. <—-

School Supplies

For the first week of school, September 13-17, we ask everyone to follow the schedule below for dropping off your child’s school supplies:

Supplies will be left in Drop-off bins in front of the school.
Parents MUST place student supplies in one large closed bag which is clearly labeled with the students first and last name, grade and class.

DROP-OFF BINS ARE LOCATED ON THE 24th AVENUE SIDE OF THE SCHOOL BUILDING

Please only drop off your child’s supplies on the designated day below:

  • Grades 4 and 5 will drop off supplies on Monday September 13
  • Grades 2 and 3 will drop off supplies on Tuesday September 14
  • Grades K and 1 will drop off supplies on Wednesday September 15

Again, PLEASE PUT ALL SUPPLIES INSIDE A PLASTIC BAG, LABELLED WITH YOUR CHILD’S FULL NAME (FIRST AND LAST NAME) AND THEIR CLASS.

Staff will pick up the supplies from the bins and deliver them directly to your child’s classroom.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

G.Korrol
Principal

2 thoughts on “School Supply Drop-Off: September 13, 14 and 15

  1. The epidemic in the United States is still so severe that children between five and six years old are not vaccinated. There will be a few days to go to school on September 13. Wouldn’t it be dangerous if the school still requires students to go to school? My child is only 5 years old. In order to protect my child’s safety, I don’t want let to go to school next week, but I will send my daughter to school when the epidemic is under control in the second half of the year. I hope the school still can reserve her qualifications for learning opportunities at PS 101.
    Thank you
    Jennifer’ Mom

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    • Good day- I understand your concerns completely and as you know the city is not offering a remote option at this time. Please call the school and speak with Mrs. Margaret about Home Schooling options as kids are required to attend school. Please also note we cannot hold seats for children who do not attend. Margaret can discuss your options when you call.

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