The entire Jefferson student body walked to school together from Orchard Park in Maplewood with parents, teachers, staff, and special guests from the District Administration and the Township of Maplewood to celebrate healthy habits, community, and safety.
Our Jefferson School students had an awesome Hispanic Heritage Celebration in tandem with the inaugural of !HolaFest! NJ. Through live music, dance, and storytelling, Mexico Beyond Mariachi came to Jefferson School to share the magical realism that is ever present in Mexican culture, igniting the students' imagination, leaving them with an enhanced awareness of our global community.
Jefferson School is pleased to welcome, Mr. William Hannis. He was appointed the new Jefferson Assistant Principal, and will join the Jefferson staff on September 12th. Here's his welcome letter.
Third-graders at Jefferson Elementary School had the chance to write and display Guerilla Haikus through a program with Caley Vickerman, who was an artist in residence at the school the week of April 23.
They had the opportunity to learn first-hand about Journalism from ABC news anchor and reporter, Michelle Charlesworth.
For a second year in a row, Team Lola spent the district day off on May 25th cheering on students from CPNJ Horizon School.
Jefferson Elementary welcomed back the Torrey family to our school community.
Mrs. Newman and Mr. Rivera's 4th grade students celebrated Black History Month by creating a Biography Box display of noteworthy African Americans.
Thanks to amazing Jefferson parent volunteers, each class received a classroom presentation that focused on the achievements of Dr. King, the events of the Civil Rights movement and the power of Dr. King’s words, and how they impact our lives today.
All proceeds will go to the service project chosen by 4FS that supports children in hospitals.
Mrs. Scasso's fourth grade class celebrated the Winter Solstice with a found nature activity, which brought together the worlds of art, citizenship and mindfulness.
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FAQ on EV-D68
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