Neal bascombe author day - october 4, 2018
Neal Bascomb is a national award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of a number of books, all non-fiction narratives, all focused on inspiring stories of adventure or achievement. One of Bascomb's Young Adult Books is "The Nazi Hunters", a thrilling spy mission, a moving Holocaust story, and a first-class work of narrative nonfiction. Winner of the YALSA Award, best non-fiction book for young readers in 2014.
Rutgers science bus - october 30, 2018
The Rutgers Science Explorer visits middle schools around the state and presents students with real-life problems allowing them to explore career opportunities in STEM. They work on a variety of hands-on activities, learn key concepts from the school curriculum and get exposed to research practices. This unique interaction between scientists and students is a unique opportunity to foster community engagement and scientific literacy.
LIVING VOICES - NOVEMBER 14, 2018
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.
molly idle AUTHOR DAY - november 14, 2018
kindergarten - 2nd GRADE
Molly Idle has loved drawing since she was a small child. Upon graduating with a BFA in Drawing she accepted an offer to work for DreamWorks Feature Animation Studios. After five years, a number of film credits, and an incredibly good time, she left the studio and leapt with gusto into the world of children's book illustration! She has been creating profoundly whimsical picture books ever since.
Lead U - december 4, 2018
kindergarten - 7TH GRADE
Lead U is a positive group of teaching artists who creatively engage, educate, and empower learners of all ages to find the leaders within themselves. The Lead U Crew comprises of a group of over 40 trained teaching artists who travel the country to deliver Personalized Empowerment Experiences for students and school staff.
our solar system - january 10 & 11, 2019
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.
EYES ON ART - january 25 & June 6, 2019
What was once limited to educating students on artists and their artwork has evolved into a fully interactive experience invloving all aspects of "art" including music as well. The children will experince a variety of artists through hands on activities.
Lauren hersh - january 31 & february 1, 2019
3rd - 8TH GRADE
An internationally recognized lawyer, activist, educator and writer, Lauren leads research-driven, interactive workshops throughout the U.S. for students, parents and educators to explore and understand how to safely navigate the online world.
Jazz house kids - february 25, 2019
KINDERGARTEN-8TH GRADE, music
Jazz House KiDS, founded in 2002 by jazz vocalist Melissa Walker, is a nonprofit arts education and performance organization based in Montclair, New Jersey. The students will be introduced to the art of jazz through live performances and presentations and educated on the history of jazz in America.
NATURE MARC - March 3, 15, 20, 2019
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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