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Kindergarten News

In conjunction with Ww week and upcoming Earth Day, Kindergarten enjoyed a Spring worm dig this week! Students read and talked about how worms aerate and improve soil quality to allow for better plant growth. They examined and observed how they burrow and gravitate to dark and damp areas. They also discussed the environmental benefits of composting.
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4th Grade News

The 4th graders did a wonderful job presenting their American Revolution projects. They dressed as historical figures such as Ben Franklin. Thomas Jefferson, John Andre, Paul Revere, Sarah Bach, Abigail Adams, Samuel Adams, Molly Pitcher, and Thomas Paine while presenting speeches they wrote in their perspectives.
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3rd Grade News

Students in the third grade presented their story boards to the other students in Clarendon school. The third graders were dressed up as a fictional character from their book and retold various story elements to the students.
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1st Grade News

First grade visited Rizzo’s Wildlife World with multi-sensory, hands on, and interactive experiences with wildlife. Students received fascinating knowledge about a variety of animals from around the world. They left with a smile on their faces and a new passion in their hearts.
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March Bucketfilling Winners

March Bucketfilling Golden Ticket Winners!!

Kindergarten- Vanessa Fisher & Victoria Driggs
First Grade- Pia Thakur & Bryn Meyer
Second Grade- Hirva Patel & Slayner Baca
Third Grade- Angela Di Nardo & Purav Jhamatt
Fourth Grade- Maleah Gomez & Hoi Lam Hanley Young
Fifth Grade- Addison Rubin & Mohammed Hamdani
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2nd Grade News

The Second Grade Students participated in their First Annual “Citizenship Cafe”. Students chose a person from past or present that exemplifies being a good citizen.
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Autism Awareness

Clarendon School had a dress down day, where they wore blue shirts and blue glow bracelets to "Light it up blue" for Autism Awareness on Friday, April 5th $230 was raised for Autism NJ. Clarendon School also raised over $3000 for Spectrum Works from the sale of T-shirts that Spectrum Works designed and printed. This is a unique company located in Secaucus that only hires employees that are on the Autism Spectrum. Some of the Secaucus School district high school students have the opportunity of interning at Spectrum Works and a few graduates work there in different aspects of the company. Spectrum Works Vision:
We believe that people with autism and other disabilities can be integrated into the workforce through education and opportunity. Our vision is to change society’s perception of how corporations can seamlessly employ and integrate people with disabilities (specifically Autism) into their workplace. Spectrum Works has created a scalable program that can be fitted to companies to start their integration of people with disabilities into their workforce.
www.spectrumworks.org
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Kindergarten News

Mrs. Voli celebrated the 50th anniversary of the classic children’s book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by reading to all of the kindergarten classes.
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Clarendon Science Fair

The 4th & 5th grade students competed in the annual Clarendon School Science Fair. All of the students chose projects and followed the Scientific Method for topics that interested them.
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