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February Bucketfilling Winners

February Bucketfilling Winners

Kindergarten- Anay Saxene
First Grade- Nathaly Diaz Santos
Second Grade- Brooke Baglino
Third Grade- Zoe Donaldson
Fourth Grade- Kirollos Naklah
Fifth Grade- Matthew Kowal​
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St. Jude News (Flyer Attached Here)

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to
support Secaucus School District St. Jude Fundraiser. Come in
to the Chipotle at 700 Plaza Dr in Secaucus on Tuesday,
February 27th between 4:00pm and 8:00pm. Bring in the
flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re
supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds
will be donated to Secaucus School District St. Jude Fundraiser.
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January Bucketfilling Winners

January Bucketfilling Winners



Kindergarten- Pia Thakur

First Grade- Lea Hernandez & Reese Rubsam

Second Grade- Paul Moser

Third Grade- Nicole Rios

Fourth Grade- Janani Sridhar

Fifth Grade- Gabriella Torrillo
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Clarendon Senior Breakfast

February 13, 2018 was our annual Senior Citizen Breakfast hosted by the Town at Clarendon School. The attendees were treated to a performance by the Drama Club and the kindergarten students. The Clarendon fifth grade children helped serve the senior citizens their breakfast during the show.
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Clarendon Spelling Bee Finalists

“BEE”yond Proud in Secaucus - Students in grades 1 through 5 from Huber Street and Clarendon Schools embarked 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!

The Scripps National Spelling Bee, is one of the nation's oldest and most iconic competitions, and this year marks 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.

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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Kindergarten News

“Students in Mrs. Lamatina’s class have been learning about dinosaurs and their extinction. They all had the chance to pretend to be paleontologists and dig for fossils in a chocolate chip cookie! Students recorded how many “bones” they found and attempted to do their dig without breaking their cookie!”
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