Daily Announcements


Calling ALL Dads, Step-Fathers, Grandfathers, Uncles, Male Cousins, God-Fathers, Big Brothers...All Male Role models....
Join us for our First - Dads Take Your Child To School Day.  Please bring your child to school at regular school time, but don't leave... Join us for a special morning starting at 8:45 till 10:00 a.m. in our student's AWESOME cafe and auditorium.  At the end, we will have a photo opportunity for the you and your child.

Fathers have an undeniable effect on their children.  Studies overwhelmingly show that positive paternal involvement is associated with improvements in children's:
* Academic performance
*Cognitive development
*Psychosocial development
*Health and wellbeing
*Household economics, and
*General/overall parenting quality

Citywide High SchoolFair
Middle and high schools / Events: September  20th and 21st 
Borough high school fairs will be held Saturday, September 20th  and Sunday, September
. The fair will be open to the public from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on both days. All high schools should have a representative at the fair on both days. The location of the fair is:

Brooklyn Technical High School

29 Fort Greene Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217

To view how to get to Brooklyn Technical High School via mass transit click on the link below

Translated materials and interpretation services will be available at all the fairs.
For more information, please e-mail HS_Enrollment@schools.nyc.gov or call the Office of Student Enrollment at (212) 374-2363.

DADS, Take Your Child to School Event - September 16, 2014

Dads Take Your Child to School is an annual event held throughout New York State celebrating the special relationship that fathers have with their children.  It occurs at the beginning of the schol year: inviting fathers, stepfathers, foster fathers, grandfathers, uncles, brothers, godfathers, and other significant male caregivers to accompany their child(ren) to school on a specific day, and encouraging them to make a commitment to particpate in their child(ren)'s education throughout the year.

More Information to follow in September.

P.S./M.S. 108 is participating in the BOX TOPS EDUCATION program.

    Box Tops helps schools earn money to buy supplies.  These box tops can be found in many products such as cereal boxes, bags of snacks, soup labels, cake boxes etc.  
    Please send your clipped Box Tops in with your child, or drop them off in the drop box located in the main lobby. Thank you for your support.

ARIS Parent Link  https://www.arisnyc.org/parentlink

A new online tool that will help families follow their child's academic progress and collaborate with teachers to address students academic strengths and weaknesses. 

Mrs. Murphy and Ms. Gerstenblatt are the ARIS Parent Link Liasons and they will be doing Aris Parent Link Meetings throughout the year to assist and guide parents as needed.

Families will be able to use Parent Link at home and in conferences with teachers to view detailed information about their children including information about:
       Course grades        
       Scores on State Tests      
       Diagnostic Assessment

Families will be able to view Parent Link from any computer with Internet access. It is available in nine languages.

To log in to ARIS Parent Link, you must enter both a valid Student ID and ARIS Parent Link password. 

Please keep your login information in a safe place to protect your child's private information.

When the weather is inclement (raining/freezing) students will be indoors for morning lineup. Please remember that all students should have 2-3 just right books in their backpack to read EVERYDAY!
Also, during cold or inclement weather 1st  and 2nd Graders will be dismissed in the cafeteria, 3rd Graders are dismissed from assigned stairwells.  Families picking up 3rd Graders are strongly urged to report to their assigned door via the small yard.  It becomes a safety hazard when adults are waiting in the 3rd grade stairwells. 4th Graders and up are dismissed from their regular dismissal areas.

         We need your cooperation in ensuring SAFETY always!!

* Automatic Translation Tool *

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**** Important Notice****
All new and returning faculty: Please log in to your E-Chalk accounts and update your profile to reflect your current position and contact information. Thank You.

Gentle Reminder: Please check your E-chalk email daily.
Please check your E-chalk email daily for changes and upcoming events!!!

Need Help:
If you need any assistance please contact Ms. Gerstenblatt in the library or email her at:

From the Librarian

Welcome to the new website for PS 108. I look forward to moving our school onto the superinformation highway of the 21st Century.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, September 16
Dads,Grandpa, Uncle, Big Brother & Male Role Models Take Your Child to School
Meet The Teacher
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Friday, September 19
Parent Association Meeting
8:45 AM
Details to follow
Sat, Sep 20 - Sun, Sep 21
Citywide High School Fair
Borough high school fairs will be heldSaturday, September 20th  and Sunday,September
The fair will be open to the public from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on both days. 
The location of the fair is:
Brooklyn Technical High School 
29 Fort Greene Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217

To view how to get to Brooklyn Technical High School via mass transit click on the link below
Thu, Sep 25 - Fri, Sep 26
Rosh Hashanah
School is Closed


Today, 9/15/2014
High: 72 Low: 60
Mostly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 9/16/2014
High: 75 Low: 59
Rain showers likely
60% chance of precipitation.