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News & Announcements

St. Jude News

On Tuesday, January 23rd, the St. Jude Committee attended the Town Council Meeting and Mayor Gonnelli presented us with a donation of $1,743. This was the total amount we raised for our Ice Skating Event that was held on January 20th.

The Mayor was so generous and offered us another Ice Skating event which will be held on Saturday, February 10th for the community to unite again for an amazing cause.

Character Education Poster Contest WInners

Thank you so much for all of the wonderful poster submissions. Each poster was unique and they are
all being displayed throughout the building for all to see. Below is our winners from each grade category.


Grades K-2 Winner is Tvisha Dhir
Grades 2-3 Winner is Shreeya Inamdar
Grades 4-5 Winner is Carol Reyes

4th Grade News

Clarendon 4th graders working on muscular strength during gymnastics in Ms. Snarski's physical education class.

St. Jude's News

The Secaucus School District hosted a St Jude Monster Golf Day, on December 28. Everyone who attended enjoyed golfing in the spooky facility and tons of arcade games. It was the perfect outing on a cold day. Thank you all who came out to support the children of St Jude Research Hospital.

Scripps National Spelling Bee (Click here for further details)

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.

Physical Education News

With winter only a few weeks away, Ms. Snarski's first grade students are preparing for the snow by participating in the Burton Riglet Snowboarding Physical Education Program. Thanks to the crew from Mountain Creek, during their December 1st physical education class Clarendon students received their first indoor snowboarding experience. Using specialized mini indoor “snowboards,” the students worked on balance, body movement, flexibility, and core strength.

November Bucketfilling Winners

November Bucketfilling Winners



Kindergarten- Raigan Francis
Grade 1 -Yandel Medina-Aponte
Grade 2- Brooke Baglino
Grade 3- Nirmay Gupta
Grade 4- Nate Shiffer
Grade 5- Justin Vega

The National Geographic Bee (Newsletter click here)

On Friday, December 8, 2017, Clarendon School will hold the Preliminary National Geographic School Bee. Students in grades 4 and 5 will compete in this worthwhile and relevant competition. The 10-12 finalists will go on to compete in The National Geographic Bee school finals on Friday, December 15, 2017.

3rd Grade News

“Mrs. Ngo’s third grade mathematicians had a blast practicing their multiplication facts during a hands-on activity of array stations. Students used clay, mini fish, cereal, and paint to represent various multiplication facts.”
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