During the 7th grade Social Studies unit on sustainability, students were asked to explore the concept of population growth and its impact on water supply, forests and public health.
Fifty-two students were excited, engaged, collaborative and industrious during the 3-day conference.
South Orange Middle School celebrated its second schoolwide “Winter Blast of Kindness” Day last week — and the entire school felt like one big celebration.
SOMS is focused on bringing that artwork to the attention of students and visitors.
Through the process of inquiry and experiential learning (field work project) Mr. Anthony Cicenia’s 7th grade Life Science students were able enhance their knowledge of our local watershed and the importance of preserving and restoring the ecosystem.
Saffron Payne, won First Place in NJ, and Hudson Hassler and Ethan Goldman both received an Honorable Mention.
Ellen Hark a teacher at SOMS is the selected recipient of the Sister Rose Thering Award at this year’s Interfaith Holocaust Memorial Service.
With stage director Elizabeth Harris and musical director Don Tighe, the students' hours and hours of dedicated, hard work were evident in the polished production.
Teachers and content supervisors participate in full day workshops with the MYP Coordinators in developing and implementing new units.
Sixth-grade students at South Orange Middle School participated in a structured debate on Monday via the internet with students in various cities on the topic of the value of homework.
Three regional competitions were held across the state yesterday as judges consisting of historians, professors and graduate students witnessed history come alive from middle and high school students across the state.
FAQ on EV-D68
As per the New Jersey Department of Health, following are links to the State Health Department and the Center for Disease Control’s websites with updated FAQs on EV-D68. Updated information will also appear on ERHC’s website frequently, also listed below.
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