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Third graders have been working hard learning skills to help them understand text when they read both non-fiction and fiction.  In mathematics, excitement is in the air because students are finally learning about multiplication. After reviewing three digit addition and subtraction, students moved into the multiplication world.  In science, learning about plant and animal structures and how they help these organisms survive was very interesting to students.  Finally, students learned about the government and how it helps the citizens of our country in so many unique ways.  It's been a busy month for third graders! 

The month of October and the beginning of November were packed full of activities and learning opportunities for the fourth grade students at Stanlick School.  Students celebrated Red Ribbon Week by dressing for different themes each day.  Students played Family Feud and discussed the dangers of drugs.  Students also recognized a week of respect for Character Education and are now busy “bucket-fillers”.  The weather finally cooperated this year for our Halloween parade and PTA sponsored parties.  Veterans’ Day was observed with a flag raising ceremony at the flagpole outside.   In addition, fourth graders were very busy multiplying like mad and learning strategies to multiply bigger numbers mentally.  Students continue to enjoy the stories in their reading series and are strengthening their comprehension skills.  In social studies, students began learning about the Original People of New Jersey while continuing to expand their knowledge of plants, animals, and ecosystems in science.

Arthur Stanlick School fifth graders are beginning their studies of Native Americans of North America as part of their social studies curriculum.  In science, students are learning about reproduction of plants and animals as well as inherited traits.  Long division is the essential focus in math.  Finally, fifth graders will be writing as part of the everyday life of a fifth grader where students are encouraged to write across the
curriculum as well as spend time focusing on narrative writing skills.   

Please be aware of the following upcoming events during the month of December:

12/10              TREP$ Market Place at 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
12/12              Mid-point of the Marking Period.
12/23              Early Dismissal at 1:25 p.m.
12/24 - 1/1       School Closed
1/2 (Friday)     School Re-opens for Staff and Students

Thank you for visiting and please be sure to check out our Scrolling News for additional upcoming programs and events.  From all of us at Arthur Stanlick School, we wish you and yours a relaxing holiday season filled with peace and joy.

K. Cooke