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Poetry Contest

The Secaucus Public Library is holding its first poetry contest for grades K-8. All types of poems are welcome and every student is encouraged to participate. Students may write any type of poem for submission. There will be one winner per grade level and all winners will receive a $50 Amazon Gift Card.
All submissions are due by March 22
For more information, contact Mrs. Grewe
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Art News

1st graders are working hard in art class this week. Students are practicing their fine motor weaving skills on paper looms. Unbe-weavable!
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February Bucketfilling Winners

February Bucketfilling Winners

Kindergarten- Gavin Fisher & Evan Illuzzi

First Grade- Dante Vega & Ella Campbell

Second Grade- Mia Maros & Christopher Akkarakaran

Third Grade- Lucas Leite & Paul Moser

Fourth Grade- Niveah Gandhi & Cooper Paredes

Fifth Grade- Omar Al Qatarneh & Olivia Jasiczek
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January Bucketfilling Winners

January Bucketfilling Winners

Kindergarten- Sherry Lin & Tristian Smith

First Grade- Edward Caminero

Second Grade- Caylynn Harrsch

Third Grade- Gustavo Vazquez & Alexis Rich

Fourth Grade- Niveah Gandhi & Brian Paredes

Fifth Grade- Rajvir Singh & Nathaniel Shiffer
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2nd Grade News

STEM Challenge: The 2nd grade students in Mrs. Wurst’s class worked together to create the strongest free-standing rainbow that can hold up a pot of gold! (Materials: Pipe cleaners and play dough)
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1st Grade News

“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild to pick up a book and read to a child.” - Dr. Seuss 🐱 🎩 🥳 Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! 🎂 🎉

Thank you to all of the special readers who came to read a book to Mrs. Knapp’s class. ❤️
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“The Dream Flag Project”

On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, the third grade G&T students of Huber Street and Clarendon Schools participated in “The Dream Flag Project” convocation as part of The Hudson County G&T Poetry Festival. The event was held at John F. Kennedy School in North Bergen and hosted by Ms. Heather Carline.
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4th Grade News

The students in Mrs. Backiel’s 4th grade Language Arts class were challenged to “Escape the Classroom” using context clues. Students utilized reading skills that included matching synonyms, searching for clues to unscramble the words, reading context clues to understand meaning, and following step by step instructions. Students enjoyed this experience while putting their reading skills to work in order to “Escape the Classroom.”
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Kindergarten News

In Celebration of Read Across America, Mrs Abuhouran’s class really enjoyed listening to stories read by so many parents and guest readers in celebration of Dr. Seuss’s Birthday. The students truly enjoyed listening to a story read by our wonderful Mayor Gonnelli!! Thank you Mayor Gonelli for reading and for all the wonderful gifts you brought for us!!
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3rd Grade News

Mrs. Ngo’s third graders are collaborating in teams practicing perimeter and area. Each team is completing the Mine Craft Perimeter and Area Project! #makinglearningfun
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