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Welcome to Arthur Stanlick School’s Home Page!

Welcome to Arthur Stanlick School’s Home Page!

Wow! Winter came very quickly. We hope you all managed the late January storm safely and without incident. We have much to share about events here at Arthur Stanlick School. Here are a few:

Fourth and fifth grade students participated in an annual Spelling Bee competition sponsored by the New Jersey State Federation of Jr. Women’s Clubs of Jefferson Township held at the Stanlick School. The Spelling Bee competition included 65 students from Stanlick and White Rock Schools. Congratulations to all students who participated in the evening’s event! A job well done!

Please also join me in congratulating the 3 finalists from Arthur Stanlick School who will be competing in the New Jersey State Junior Women’s Club Northern District Spelling Bee competition on February 20th in Sparta, NJ. The finalists are: Third place winner, from Mrs. Young’s fifth grade classroom, Tanvi Mavani. Second place winner, from Mrs. Ohland’s fourth grade classroom, Almer Capalla-Santos. And, overall First Place Winner of the Jr. Women’s Club Spelling Bee Competition, fifth grade student from Miss Panka’s classroom, Nina Dhillon! Congratulations Nina, Almer, and Tanvi!

Our Fifth Grade Mock Trial Results are posted!  The Big Bad Wolf was tried on 4 counts: the murder of Ann and the destruction of her straw house as well as the murder of Bob and the destruction of his stick house.  Our 4 lawyers, 12 witnesses, bailiff, and jurors for each case worked hard to prepare for their homeroom’s Big Bad Wolf Trial.  A big thank you goes out to members of our community who participated as our celebrity "judges". The judges volunteered their time while reading up on the Big Bad Wolf case and presided through one and one-half hour long trials!  We appreciate their time and effort very much!  

The Wolf Trials provided a great lesson regarding how different people interpret the same material and how it isn't advisable to get into trouble and be a defendant in a trial!  There are no guarantees when it comes to a jury trial. The results of the mock trials have been posted in our Scrolling News.

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

2/02 - Chess Tournament 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
2/05 - Report Cards posted on the Parent Portal
2/15 - School Closed for Presidents’ Day
2/25 - Science Fair at 6:30 p.m.
2/29 - Poetry Contest begins

Thank you for visiting and please be sure to check out our Scrolling News for additional upcoming programs and events. We look forward to seeing all the amazing science exhibits at our Science Fair 2016. Please come out and enjoy the exhibits.


K. Cooke



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