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Welcome to Arthur Stanlick School’s Home Page!
It’s officially Spring with the temperature in the 70’s and the sunshine making all of us smile. PARCC is finally behind us and now we look forward to a wonderful month of May with many interesting activities.
Recent happenings at Arthur Stanlick School:
In music, third graders successfully played their recorders and sang in their "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles" concert. Fourth graders are discovering improvisation on xylophones while learning to follow structure. Our fifth graders recently completed their unit on composers. They are now turning into composers themselves learning to write original music and notate it correctly on staff paper.
The 5th Grade Band and Chorus had a very successful performance at the Rockaway Mall during MCCEA Pride Week. The students previewed songs from their upcoming spring concert as well as performing songs they had learned, specifically, for the mall concert. The students did a wonderful job and are looking forward to their next performance on Tuesday, May 26th.
Poetry is OUT OF THIS WORLD! Thirty-four poetry contest winners in grades 3-5 took part in a Poetry and Pancakes Workshop on April 16th. Teachers, Dr. Cooke, and students dressed in outer space-related costumes. The participants read their winning poems in front of the “Mars Rover”, the moon, and surrounding constellations as well as a crashed alien spaceship and astronauts from NASA history. Teachers and staff were very proud of all 170 students who submitted a poem for the contest. Breakfast was provided by the JTEA and parents. It was a wonderful way to celebrate Poetry Month!
Please be aware of the following upcoming events during the month of May:
5/1-7 PARCC Make-up Testing.
5/1 PTA Tricky Tray at High School.
5/15 Mid-point of Marking Period.
5/21 Grade 5 Student Orientation at Middle School.
5/25 School Closed. Memorial Day.
5/26 Grade 5 Spring Concert at 7:00 p.m.
5/27 NJASK Grade 4 Science.
5/28 NJASK Grade 4 Make-up Testing.
Thank you for visiting and please be sure to check out our Scrolling News for additional upcoming programs and events.