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A busy month of November was had by all at Arthur Stanlick School. A few special events included the following:
On November 11th, the Arthur Stanlick School staff and students participated in a Flag Raising Ceremony to honor 17 visiting veterans as well as all veterans of the American Armed Forces. Our visiting veterans were treated to an elaborate morning breakfast sponsored by the Stanlick School staff. Guests were honored at the ceremony with songs, flowers, certificates, and various inspirational speeches. The history of Veterans’ Day was shared with everyone and all participants at the ceremony respectfully participated in a moment of silence for all veterans who served and are currently serving in the United States military. As a follow up activity, each visiting veteran spoke with various classes throughout the morning.
Arthur Stanlick School kicked off its annual food drive with a third-world hunger simulation on November 13th. Fifth grade students had the unique opportunity to understand what it means to live in a third world country in this informative and interactive assembly. They discussed statistics about world hunger, malnutrition, and the effects of long-term hunger. Students watched a power point presentation about world hunger, which further added to the experience. This learning opportunity was the beginning of further discussions about the role of governments, economics, discrimination, effects of war, unemployment, and the power individuals have to change the world. At the end of the simulation, students spoke about their feelings and experiences. Afterwards, everyone had the opportunity to enjoy all the food that had been offered as part of the presentation.
Stanlick School just finished their first successful Girls on the Run (GOTR) season! Throughout the ten week program, the girls in the program made new friends and learned to celebrate their unique characteristics while working on the development of healthy relationships. At the beginning of the season, the girls and GOTR coaches attended a fundraiser at Crossfit Jtown which helped to raise money for Children’s Cancer Foundation in honor of Ryder, a three year-old battling cancer. Towards the end of the season, coaches, Mrs. Decker, Mrs. Mallatratt, Miss Kennedy, Miss Lapszynski, and Miss LaConti surprised the girls at their practice 5K with a volunteer DJ (Mr. Santos), guest runners (Dr. Cooke and multiple Stanlick teachers and staff members), and fans to cheer them on such as the after-care students, Stanlick teachers/staff members, and Mrs. Wilsusen who brought special student guests from Jefferson High School. The practice 5K run ended with a party, where family members joined the girls in celebrating their HUGE accomplishments. Students and coaches along with Dr. Cooke finished the wonderful season at the Girls on the Run 5K culminating event held in Milburn, NJ on Saturday, November 14th.
Please be aware of the following upcoming events during the month of December:
12/5 Jefferson Twp. Christmas in the Village event. Grade 5 Band Performance at United Methodist Church at 2:00 p.m.
12/12 PTA Jingle 5K Run and Winter Wonderland at 9:00 a.m.
12/14 Grade 5 Winter Concert at 7:00 p.m.
12/15 Grade 4 Winter Concert for Parents/Guardians at 1:45 p.m.
12/16 TREP$ Market Place Event at 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
12/17 Mid-point of Marking Period.
12/23 Early Dismissal at 1:25 p.m.
12/24-1/3 School Closed.
1/4 School re-opens for students and staff.
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 wonderful holiday season and Happy New Year!