Jefferson’s third graders warmly welcomed Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey (CPNJ) on May 2, 2014 and May 9, 2014 as they had the opportunity to feel and see the world through a lens other than their own.
Working in the cosmetic industry, Ms. Brown told the students that the most important ingredient to looking their best is eating nutritious food.
Jefferson School partnered with Cerebral Palsy North Jersey (CPNJ) to provide students with a glimpse of what it would feel like to have a disability...
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, two fourth grade classes from Jefferson Elementary School collected birthday party supplies to donate to local food pantries.
Mira lo que hacen en las clases de tercero en la escuela Jefferson! (Look what's going on in the 3rd grade classes at Jefferson School!)
Jefferson students welcomed a guest speaker from the Interfaith Hospitality Network, or IHN, who spoke to the students to raise their awareness about the plight of homelessness in America.
The fifth graders at Jefferson School celebrated Hispanic Heritage month by researching and preparing a presentation for their class about something culturally significant to any Hispanic country.
Jefferson students are exploring multiplication patterns as they climb the main stairwell into their school. In keeping with the district's transition to the new mathematics curriculum which is based on the Singapore Strategies, Jefferson is engaged and ready with their new front stairwell project.
A dreary winter evening was transformed into a wonderful night when, at 6:30 p.m., the doors of Jefferson Elementary School opened for a second time that day to welcome back many excited students for two hours of dancing, face-painting and socializing amongst the third, fourth and fifth grades.