The 101 Experience: Where Kids Thrive!

What’s Happening in NYC Public Schools Update: Week of September 13-17, 2021

Dear PS 101 Families:

We were thrilled to welcome students back to the classroom—and in-person learning—this week! It was a joyous homecoming as students, teachers, school staff, and families reconnected in schools throughout the city. We are proud to once again be serving our students in safe, healthy, supportive classrooms where they can grow socially, emotionally, and academically. Please visit this DOE website for the most up-to-date information on the historic 2021-22 school year: schools.nyc.gov/homecoming

For more information about important forms to complete, COVID-19 vaccination and testing, quarantine protocols and remote instruction, and resources to receive help, you can read more here: What’s Happening in NYC Public Schools, Week of September 13-17

Translations are posted at https://schools.nyc.gov/messagesforfamilies

Update to Bensonhurst Community Transit – D Trains

Dear PS 101 Families:

Please be advised that starting Saturday, September 18, 2021 through January 2022, there will be no D train service between Bay 50th Street Station and Stillwell Avenue/Coney Island Station due to the MTA’s planned flood protection work over the Coney Island Creek.

Shuttle bus service will be available between Bay 50th Street and Stillwell Avenue/Coney Island stations. For alternate service, more information is available at this link: new.mta.info/coneyislandyard

Gregg Korrol
Principal

Student-Parent Handbook 2021-2022

Dear PS 101 Families:

Our Student-Parent Handbook will serve you with pertinent information regarding NYC procedures and academic policies. It will also include PS 101 school-level protocols in which all families and students must abide by and respect. Please refer to this handbook:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/14y8L-3bj3kbAtN8dSBWkDAjg3pxMTCSx/edit#heading=h.gjdgxs

Thank you for your cooperation to ensure the best experiences for our school community.

Gregg Korrol
Principal 

Need Help: Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

Dear PS 101 families:

In order to promote a culture of appreciation and celebration of teacher dedication, we need the PS 101 Community, including students, families, and support staff, to celebrate our teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 48; this includes National Teacher Day on May 5.

You can celebrate teachers by:

I am very proud of our teaching staff- they are the reason PS 101 is a Rewards school and celebrated by NYC and NYS.

Show them your love,

GK