P.S. 154 MISSION
Our mission is to engage all students in a learning environment that fosters a love for learning, teaches students to develop a passion and understanding for their community and provides students with the knowledge to be future leaders.We do this by embracing our cultural differences, supporting one another’s creativity, developing ones self-awareness and employing a multitude of teaching strategies to help students become critical thinkers and life-long learners.By working collaboratively with parents we will ensure that each child develops a love and a desire for reading, are able to write for multiple purposes, develop the ability to understand and solve mathematical problems, are capable of using and integrating technology into their work and experience the Arts.
During the month of February, P.S. 154 celebrates Respect for All.
RESPECT FOR ALL WEEK
Respect for All fosters anti-bullying practices. Schools across the city have the opportunity to highlight and build upon ongoing programs that help students, staff and communities gain a better understanding of diversity. Schools work towards promoting respect for diversity and focus on preventing bullying, intimidation, and bias-based harassment. Our school will be working to promote acceptance and understanding through theme-based lessons and activities that will be taking place in classrooms and throughout the school.
Friday, February 5th – No One Eats Alone
Monday, February 8th – Respect For All Week Kick-Off
Tuesday, February 9th – Book of the Month Read Aloud
Wednesday, February 10th – Bullying Awareness
Thursday, February 11th – Peaceful Poster Making
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Additional Resources for Accessing COVID-19 Test Results
Mandatory in-school testing is part of the Department of Education’s comprehensive effort to keep school communities healthy and safe, and ensure our school buildings remain open. Find citywide and borough-wide testing data below, as well as information for specific schools.
Please see COVID-19 Testing Results - Information for Families
5th Grade Middle School Application process Information
All 5th grade families should have received a “Welcome Letter” in the mail from the Office of Student Enrollment. In that letter there is “Creation Code” which allows parents to create an account to complete and submit their child’s Middle School application. Please know your child’s 9-digit OSIS # which is also necessary for you to input to complete this process. The OSIS # will be on a report card or you can ask your child’s teacher for that information. Once you create an account, you will be able to access the MS application, which is now open. The system will close early in February, so there is a short turn around for your child’s application to be completed.
If you have not received a Welcome Letter or have questions, reach out to Cami Meyer, school counselor, at email@example.com. Please note: Welcome letters were mailed to the address that the DOE presently has on record. If you have a new address and you are unsure if the school is updated with it, please call Ms. DiMisa, school secretary. Ms. DiMisa is the person who has access to updating students’ personal information. Our school phone # is 718 591 1500.
Reminder: It’s a great idea to explore the middle school directory which can be found on the link below. It is important to remember that we are a part of District 25 and our student can access and apply to all Middle Schools within District 25, as well as a few others which are open to all NYC 5th graders. Schools have priority admission so check to see if choices are appropriate and available.
Please visit the DOE’s webpage for more information, directions, lists of Middle Schools and a helpful video: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/enroll-grade-by-grade/middle-school