7:30 PM Board of Education meeting
5:00 PM Columbia HS Graduation
The Tuscan School Student Council and the Tuscan School community ran a “Pennies for Puerto Rico” fundraiser to help with the UNIDOS Disaster Relief and Recovery Program for Puerto Rico.
Tuscan School third grade students participated in a cross-curricular project based on the poetry of Nikki Giovanni.
Tuscan School, along with other elementary school students from the South Orange-Maplewood School District, participated in the Maplewood Memorial Library’s Kids Speak Out event.
Author Matt de la Peña and illustrator and author Loren Long visited Marshall and Tuscan Schools and spoke to grades one and two about their new book entitled, Love
Tuscan Elementary Students participated in the Maplewood Memorial Library’s Kids Speak Out event.
This concert was an opportunity for the students’ to see and hear a live orchestra perform music composed by some of the musical greats...
Faculty and staff from Tuscan School volunteered at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.
Second graders in Ms. Popp’s library classes at Tuscan School studied the book, Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Peña
Students from the South Orange-Maplewood School District participated in the Maplewood Memorial Library’s Kids Speak Out for Black History Month event
The fourth and fifth grade students at Tuscan School wrote book reviews and then created presentations based on their book choices in their library classes.
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FAQ on EV-D68
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