This information night is for interested students currently in 8th Grade and 10th Grade · Incoming juniors (Fall 2015) will learn about the two-year program where students can pursue college credit and gain real-world experience. ·Incoming freshmen (Fall 2015) will learn about the Early College High School model that is part of the NYS P-TECH Network which offers an opportunity to pursue an associate’s degree.
The CA Peer Study Group began Tuesday October 7, 2014. As part of their community service obligation members of the NJHS have been meeting in the library every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to offer help to fellow students in the areas of Math, ELA, Science and Social Studies as well as organizational skills. Students can sign up throughtout the school day in the MS library to receive help from NJHS students.
On Thursday October 16th Ms. Schultz held a half day training session for all new and returning Peer Helpers. Peer helpers are trained volunteers that help other students resolve conflicts. This may happen informally or through a guided process in the counseling office. Peer helpers model good behavior for other students. They also can refer other students to the counseling office for help...
How do you play "Multiplication Charades" you ask? Students are paired together and asked to complete three multi-digit multiplication problems. One partner was the "solver" and the other was the "watcher" and was given the task of stopping and non-verbally explaining the student's error if he/she made one. This week in math Ms. Roberg's classes will be continuing multiplication and division, and starting order of operations (including brackets and braces)!
On Friday October 10th during 8th period the entire middle school student body gathered in the high school auditorium to hear speeches given by the Student Council Presidential and Vice-Presidential Candidates. Voting will be held during homeroom on Wednesday October 15th.
Students had an opportunity to explore space, focusing on the moon. The field trip was part of an integrated science and ELA unit focused around the science fiction book Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer. Students participated in a hands-on NASA workshop, planetarium show, a presentation on motion and explored the many museum exhibits.
With the start of the school year well underway, we would like to share with you the following information. While there is no need for alarm, there is need for heightened awareness as it relates to some illnesses that are common throughout the course of the school year...
Please click on the title above to access an important letter from Mr. Proper related to instances of the inflammatory or harassing use of "Yik-Yak" and what you can do to help.
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