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Physical Education News

No snow?... No worries! Ms. Snarski’s 1st grade students learn to snowboard during there Physical Education class with the help of the instructors from Mountain Creek.
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4th and 5th Grade News

Students in the fourth and fifth grade from Clarendon and Huber Street Schools attended the Garden State Ballet’s performance of the Nutcracker last week at the Secaucus High School Performing Arts Center. Students enjoyed the show while supporting their classmate, Vella Vergieva, who performed in the show.
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The SCRIPPS National Spelling Bee - Grades 1-5 (click here)

Students in grades 1 through 5 from Huber Street and Clarendon Schools are about to embark upon a shared journey full of hard work, determination and the opportunity to make memories and friendships that last a lifetime. This journey is the Scripps National Spelling Bee! Dedicated, hardworking students in grades 1 through 5 may sign up for our school spelling bee!


The Scripps National Spelling Bee, is one of the nation's oldest and most iconic competitions, and last year marked nine decades! The purpose of the SCRIPPS National Spelling Bee is not only to help students improve their spelling, but also to increase their vocabularies, improve writing skills, public speaking and poise, and develop correct English usage that will help them throughout their lives.


Last school year, over 300 dedicated students in grades 1 through 5 from Huber Street and Clarendon Schools in Secaucus, New Jersey have become a part of this unique experience by participating in preliminary spelling bees.
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St. Jude News

The Students at Clarendon School decorated stockings during their recess. All of the proceeds on the sale of the stockings went to ST JUDE RESEARCH Hospital.
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First Grade News

The First grade went on their field trip to Jenkinson's Aquarium. The students experienced an educational and intimate aquarium with exhibits of fish, coral reefs, penguins, sharks & other marine life.
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The National Geographic Bee - Grades 4 & 5 (click here)

Are you interested in learning about places all over the world? Do you like to learn about states, capitals, countries and continents? Are you inspired by physical, political, environmental and economic maps? Then, maybe The National Geographic Bee (Geo Bee) is for you! The contest is designed to inspire students to be curious about the world. Students in grades four and five may sign up to participate in the GeoBee with Mrs. Wurst. Our school Geo Bee will be held during the months of November and December. This contest is designed to inspire students to be curious about the world. Students in grades four and five may sign up to participate in the GeoBee with Mrs. Wurst. Our school Geo Bee will be held during the months of November and December 2019.
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Technology News

The Hour of Code was a huge success at Clarendon School. The global movement by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org reached tens of millions of students in 180+ countries through a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming. The children particularly loved coding with The Grinch and Dance Party this year.
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Art News

Many classes recently earned a “Crayon Point Reward Day” after working hard in Art class! Students were able to choose from these stations: Playdoh Sculpture, Lego Architecture, Jewelry Creation, Stickers and Stencils, Observational Drawing, and Seasonal Character Drawing. Pictured are students in Ms. Spinelli’s & Mrs. Lamatina’s Kindergarten classes, Ms. Herrmann’s 1st grade class, and Mrs. Amato-Lewis’s & Ms. Hensle’s 2nd grade classes enjoying a variety of creative stations.
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Technology News

Dear Parents,

We live in a world surrounded by technology and we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding how technology works.
But only a tiny fraction of us are learning how technology works. Fewer than half of all schools teach computer science.
That’s why our entire school is joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (December 4-10). More than 100 million students worldwide have already tried an Hour of Code.
Our Hour of Code is making a statement that Clarendon School is ready to teach these foundational 21st century skills. To continue bringing programming activities to your students, we want to make our Hour of Code event huge. I encourage you to volunteer, reach out to local media, share the news on social media channels and consider hosting additional Hour of Code events in the community.
This is a chance to change the future of education in Secaucus.
See http://hourofcode.com/us for details, and help spread the word.


Sincerely,
Dr. Garzon
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