Arthur Stanlick

Elementary School

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  • I wanted to remind everyone that our students go outside for recess as long as the "Real Feel" temperature is around 30 degrees or above and it is not raining. We will sometimes go out if it is a light drizzle/mist and the temperature is warmer. We have noticed a lot of students that do not have appropriate clothing for colder temperatures. Unfortunately, we cannot make any indoor provisions for students that are not prepared for the weather conditions. Please make sure your child has a coat, gloves, a hat, and long pants each day.

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Welcome to Stanlick!

  • Staff

      Mr. Kevin Lipton

      Mrs. Yolanda Morano
     Principal's Secretary

      Mrs. Jennifer Seeley

      Ms. Lyndsay LaConti
      School Counselor/
      Anti-Bullying Spec.

      Ms. Jane Hoffman
      Nurse, X5115

      121B East Shawnee Trail

      Wharton, NJ 07885

      Main: (973) 663-0520

      Fax: (973) 663- 7854

    School Hours: 8:35 am - 3:00 pm

    Stanlick Early Closing (When Whole District Closes Early) 1:20 pm

    Stanlick Early Closing (When Only Elementary Close Early) 1:10 pm




    March, 2020


    Due to guidelines on limiting sizes of groups
    Third Grade Concert is being postponed. New date TBD 
    ​Science Fair is being postponed. New date TBD


    Jefferson Township Public School District • Student Guidelines for On-Line Learning

    As a student, what are my responsibilities?


    Check Google Classroom daily for assignments after 8:30 am. Of course, you may check ahead of that, but there’s a chance that you’ll miss some important information.


    If you have a technology issue, please email your teacher. Your teacher will contact technology through the help desk during the hours of 8:30 to 1:30.


    In each Announcement, pay attention to due dates, as they may be different than your class’s routine. Your teacher will be available for communication from 8:30 to 1:30 to answer questions. Teachers will routinely update their gradebooks.  Assignments that are not submitted on time, will be entered as a zero in the gradebook.

    As a student, what can I do to stay organized?


    Start your Online Learning Day early, but also check throughout the school day for updates. Waiting until late afternoon or evening to start your work adds unnecessary stress.


    Divide work-time into manageable, 30-40 minute sessions. It’s a lot easier to stay focused! It’s also okay to take a short break, but remember to finish your work!


    Complete the work for the class that you find the easiest. Check it off your list, and then concentrate on the items that may require more time or effort.


    Ask your teachers questions! Use email for the fastest replies.


    “Each person must live their life as a model for others.” -Rosa Parks


    “When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” - Helen Keller


    It seems like February went by in a flash. Some of our highlights for the month were:

    • On February 14 we had our Valentine’s Day parties. This same day we had an assembly to introduce our Kids Heart Challenge
    • We celebrated Wellness Week February 24-28 with various activities. Some of the events included a Health Fair for third grade, healthy parfaits from Pomptonian Food Services, and Kids Heart Challenge in PE.
    • Hoffman has visited all of the classrooms to remind students of proper handwashing techniques. For more on the district’s response and plans for Covid-19 (Coronavirus) please see the district website (



    • On March 5 we held our Infrastructure Test for NJSLA. The Infrastructure Test does not count toward student achievement and is not scored in any fashion. Students log on using computer generated usernames and passwords so their data is not tracked. The Infrastructure gives us important technology information so that we know all of our systems and networks are able to meet the needs for when students take the NJSLA in April and May.
    • On March 9, Rotary visited our third grade classes and handed out dictionaries to our students.
    • The fifth grade is working on a project to celbrate the 19th Amendment and women's suffrage for Women's History Month.


    I would like to continue to remind parents/guardians of a few items. Please remember….

    • That children go outside for recess as long as the “Real Feel” temperature is around 32 degrees (or above) and it is not raining. We have noticed a lot of students that do not have appropriate clothing for colder temperatures. Please make sure your child has a coat, gloves, and long pants with them.
    • To update the school of any change in contact information. This is very important as the cold, winter weather sets in to make sure that you are contacted in case of school closings
    • Children that are not taking buses in the morning should not be dropped off to school prior to 8:20 and must be dropped off no later than 8:35
    • To check the Parent Portal regularly. In addition to the “Gradebook”, I would ask you to please check the “Food Services” tab. Information on account balances, as well as recent purchases, can be found here.



    Upcoming Events:


    March 19- Trimester Two Ends

    March 23- Mindfulness Assembly (Thank you PTA for arranging)

    March 25- Parent Portal Opens for Trimester Two Final Grades


    Kevin Lipton




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School News

Student Showcase

  • Happy Halloween!!



     Mrs. Decker's Class

    Mrs. Decker's Class



    Class Treats

    Mrs. Senney's Class Treats



    Stanlick School celebrated Red Ribbon Week!

    The third grade attended an assembly by Jack Elsmore to teach them about the bad effects of cigarettes. All grades received Halloween safety tips from Officer Hale. Following this, the fourth grade learned about drug, alcohol, and tobacco use by playing Family Feud with Officer Hale and Officer Davis. The fifth grade watched a program by the Morris County Sheriff's Office K-9 unit. Sheriff Officers Carbon and VanValen along with their partners Willie and Django visited. After this presentation, the fifth graders released environmentally friendly balloons with their pledges to remain drug free. Mrs. Wilsusen from the Jefferson Township Municipal Alliance recited the pledge for the students before they released them. Stanlick thanks the PTA for arranging all of these events. We also thank Mrs. Wilsusen, Mr. Elsmore, Jefferson Police Officers Hale and Davis, Sheriff Officers Carbone and VanValen, and especially Sherrif Officers Willie and Django.

      Jack Elsmore Teaching About Cigarette Smoking

     Jack Elsmore teaching about cigarette use.


    Sheriff Officers Carbone and Willie

     Sheriff Officers Carbone and Willie


    Sheriff Officers VanVeen and Django

    Sheriff Officers VanValen and Django


    Mrs. Wilsusen

    Mrs. Wilsusen from the Jefferson Township Municipal Alliance


    Fifth Grade Drug Free Balloon Pledge

    Fifth Grade Balloon Circle Drug Free Pledge


    Fifth Grade Balloons

    Fifthe Graders Release their Drug Free Pledges



    Beginning of the Year Student Work and Profiles

    Mrs. Decker's Class' Constitution  

    Ms. Breznak's Class


    Ms. Freitas' Class


    Mrs. Morando's Art Class


    Mrs. Senney's class


    Ms. Ohland's Class News