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7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Board of Education Meeting
The learning gardens at Seth Boyden are thriving this fall. Nearly every class of students in grades K through 5 has visited Strawberry Fields, as they’re called, to use the outdoors as a science and arts classroom. How have they done it? Read on...
Seth Boyden student featured as the character Drew in a new book entitled “Daddy’s Greek Potato Pie"
On February 20th, something magical took place in the auditorium at Seth Boyden Demonstration School in Maplewood.
The NJPAC program for fifth graders teaches ballroom dance and social graces.
Seth Boyden students enjoyed demonstrations of locally grown foods as well as a lesson in civics on Sept. 25 when Assemblyman John F. McKeon and Assemblywoman Mila M. Jasey came to Strawberry Fields to celebrate “Farm to School Week.”
This late-breaking news just in from Seth Boyden Elementary School PTA President Susie Adamson:
March 28, 2011 - Be on the lookout when you enter classrooms at Jefferson and Seth Boyden elementary schools. You just might encounter a one-eyed creature, a woman with snakes on her head or a horse with wings—puppets created by fourth graders studying mythology in English Language Arts (ELA) Enrichment classes.
November 2, 2010 - Seth Boyden Elementary School held a Fall Festival and invited the community to join in the festivities. The PTA fundraiser featured crafts, rides, a petting zoo, and a variety of foods, including student-baked cupcakes which were entered into competition.
June 15, 2009 - Seth Boyden’s fifth graders took to the stage as they sang, danced and strutted their stuff ...
May 29, 2009 - Do you know how the turtle got its shell or why the spider always hangs around in the corner or what part of the body is the most important?
January 29, 2009 - The click-clack of knitting needles has become a familiar sound in the halls of Seth Boyden Elementary School. ...
FAQ on EV-D68
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