7:30 PM - 10:00 PM PTA Executive Board Meeting
9:00 AM - 11:59 PM 5th Grade Moving On Ceremony
Several Students from Jefferson’s Fourth Grade decided that they wanted to promote respect and kindness among students.
3rd grade classes from Jefferson Elementary participated in Discovery Education’s STEM Day.
The month long celebration culminated with student artwork decorating the hallways and a school wide assembly.
Ms. Kruglinski, the Jefferson Art teacher, planned this trip to motivate students to learn about the visual history of our world.
Each student designed a quilting square detailing a person, place, or event from African American History.
Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Leary’s Third grade class participated in the NJ Devil's Stick With It Program.
Jefferson’s GREAT KIDS welcomed the return of the George Street Playhouse who performed the New Kid funded largely by the Achieve Grant Association.
Jefferson's 5th grade teachers and Art teacher attended a professional development day held at the Newark Museum.
Jefferson’s 5R class performed for the entire school.
Mrs. Ciesla’s class captain, Jennifer Howald, organized a service project which resulted in overflowing baskets of Thanksgiving generosity.
Students explored topics from the Civil War to Van Gogh to Beethoven as foundations for nonfiction writing ideas.
Jefferson School was part of this world-wide event, to break the record of reading to more than 30,000 children at the same time in a 24 hour period.
On Primary Day, June 2, 2015 Assemblyman McKeon spoke with the students about the New Jersey State Government.
The students at Jefferson collected 1,900 pounds of canned food this fall.
Jefferson students brought their reusable bags and spent part of their morning shopping for delicious organic produce.
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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