2005-05-20 / Community

Sanders, PS 105 Celebrate Mother’s Day, Computer Funding


Councilman James Sanders, Jr. signs a $3,500 check that he appropriated for new computers at P.S. 105 as parent coordinator Alla Nesmith, students from the school and Principal Laurie Shapiro look on. The presentation was part of a pre-Mother’s Day Brunch held for students’ mothers.   Photos by Miriam RosenbergCouncilman James Sanders, Jr. signs a $3,500 check that he appropriated for new computers at P.S. 105 as parent coordinator Alla Nesmith, students from the school and Principal Laurie Shapiro look on. The presentation was part of a pre-Mother’s Day Brunch held for students’ mothers. Photos by Miriam RosenbergPrincipal Shapiro thanks Councilman Sanders for his help in getting the school the funding. Shapiro told The Wave that the money is currently with the School Construction Authority, but she hopes to have eight laptops and a cart in the school by September or October of 2005. Principal Shapiro thanks Councilman Sanders for his help in getting the school the funding. Shapiro told The Wave that the money is currently with the School Construction Authority, but she hopes to have eight laptops and a cart in the school by September or October of 2005. City Councilman James Sanders, Jr. wishes the mothers of P.S. 105 students a happy Mother’s Day in a ceremony in the school’s library prior to a special Mother’s Day brunch May 6.   City Councilman James Sanders, Jr. wishes the mothers of P.S. 105 students a happy Mother’s Day in a ceremony in the school’s library prior to a special Mother’s Day brunch May 6. Students from Ms. Petrone’s 3-203 class present the colors, as student Kiara Hawkins sings the Star Spangled Banner. The third graders also recited poems for the guestsStudents from Ms. Petrone’s 3-203 class present the colors, as student Kiara Hawkins sings the Star Spangled Banner. The third graders also recited poems for the guests

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