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Welcome to Arthur Stanlick School’s Home Page!
Spring is finally here! We hope you had a wonderful Spring break spent with family and friends. The next three months at Arthur Stanlick School will be exceptionally busy, as always, for students and staff.
Recent happening at Arthur Stanlick School:
Third graders had an authentic Ellis Island experience on February 27th, “Immigration Day”. With passports in hand, students eagerly loaded a crowded boat bound for America. Once at Ellis Island, students waited in long lines to be evaluated by medical staff and questioned by immigration officials. Finally, the immigration process concluded with the third graders being granted admittance into America! A fun time was had by all including, students, teachers, and parent volunteers!
STEP grade 3 students attended three workshops with another 170 students from 12 districts in the New Jersey Consortium for Gifted and Talented Programs' Learning Carnival held in March. Attendees were able to dance in Broadway funk, create squishy circuits, learn about skulls, take part in a mock trial, learn about African Drumming, and make origami with other school students. All the workshops were taught by professionals in the field. It was a fun day for all!
Percy Jackson Reading Book Club members were challenged during chariot races as they brought the first book in the series, Lightening Thief to life. Book club members raced around the track on scooters replicating the competitions between Percy, his friends and the other camp half-bloods (half human/half Greek God).
Grade 5 Breakfast Book Club members read and discussed The Westing Game in last month's book selection. The conversation was impressive as always! Solving a crime while reading has never been so much fun! This month's book club title is Hoot by Carl Hiaasen.
Please be aware of the following upcoming events during the month of April:
4/2 Marking Period Ends.
4/2 Grade 3 Spring Concert at 1:45 p.m.
4/15 Gr. 5 Band & Chorus performance at Rockaway Mall at 6:00 p.m.
4/16 Poetry and Pancakes event.
4/17 Realtime Portal opens for Report Cards.
4/20 Spring Pictures.
4/22-24 Parent/Teacher Conferences. Early Dismissal at 1:10 p.m.
4/27-29 PARCC Assessments administered to students.
4/30-5/7 PARCC Make-Ups.
Thank you for visiting and please be sure to check out our Scrolling News for additional upcoming programs and events.