Assemblies

 

Mallory's Army ~ october 10, 2019
5th ~ 8th grade

 

Dianne Grossman, Mallory's mom, leads a powerful presentation explaining the "intention for good, gone bad". She talks about Mallory's life at school and how being excluded and bullied hurt her. Ms. Grossman will teach the students Mallory's mantra of leading a "bracelet KIND of life", and each student will receive a bracelet to empower the children to be the up standers.

 

Ms. Grossman will also lead a parent presentation that evening at 7 pm in the APR. Click here to RSVP for Mallory's Army Parent presentation.

 

 



LIVING VOICES - NOVEMBER 14, 2019
3RD GRADE, SOCIAL STUDIES

Island of Hope- One family escapes oppression in the old country and sails to a new life in the new world. But what happens to those stranded at Ellis Island? Experience the struggle to escape oppression and discover life at Ellis Island during its busiest years, and the fears and dreams of every hopeful American immigrant.

 

  


Drugs & Alcohol: high intensity talks - november 15, 2019
7th ~ 8th GRADE

 

Bergen County Sheriff's Office presents High Intensity Talks. High Intensity Talks are special presentations made by adults who are presently incarcerated for minor, non-violent crimes. The inmates discuss with students how alcohol, drugs and crime have negatively impacted their lives. HIT Team demonstrations are designed to deter juveniles from criminal activity, gang involvement and the dangers of using illegal substances.

 

 


EARS TO MUSIC:

PROJECT TRIO: LIVING OUTSIDE THE BACHS - NOVEMBER 26, 2019
K ~ 8TH GRADE 

From Bach to Beethoven, Django Reinhardt to Jethro Tull! Combining the virtuosity of world-class artists with the energy of rock stars, the performers from Project Trio remix traditional ideas of chamber music. Students discover the joys of classical and jazz music through exciting arrangements and plenty of originals. By combining classical repertoire with elements of hip hop and pop, this trio’s innovative process blends eclectic musical elements into       a universal language through the art of collaboration.

 

 


our solar system - january 9 & 10, 2020
kindergarten ~ 8TH GRADE

Students are taken on a 45 minute journey through the universe in a portable, inflatable planetarium that will dazzle our budding astronomers. Upon entering the dome they are introduced to a "star filled" sky and guided through the stars of the Northern Hemisphere exactly as they appear on the day of the presentation. Students will learn how to identify every planet in our solar system and be introduced to Greek mythological      characters.

 

 


michael kirschner - february 4, 2020
KINDERGARTEN ~ 8TH GRADE

Michael Kirschner presents ABRACABULLY, the I.C.A.R.E. program. I.C.A.R.E stands for, Individual, Community, Attitude, Respect and Empathy. His mission is to use the art of magic to teach kids how to cope with, avoid and stop bullying from both sides.  His goal is to encourage, empower and educate children, teach ways to avoid being bullied, how to help someone who's being bullied, and how to not be a bully. Magic is an engaging and exciting way to keep kids' attention and get them actively involved in this learning process.

 

   


Liberty belles - march 2, 2020
KINDERGARTEN ~ 8TH GRADE

Follow these true stories, inspired by a grandmother’s tales, of women of diverse nationalities who immigrated to the United States. Students are encouraged to celebrate their cultural diversity as well as their shared humanity. This research-based, participatory program with Anne Pasquale aims to instill pride and curiosity about students’ cultural and ancestral backgrounds.

 

  


NATURE MARC - March 17, 18, & 10, 2020
KINDERGARTEN ~ 5TH GRADE, SCIENCE

 

To preserve for ourselves and our children this significant tract of land in its natural state, with all its diversity of plants and animals. 

 

 

 

 

  


 

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