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2nd Grade News

Ms. O’Hara’s class celebrated Read Across America Week with this “Stack the Cat’s Hat” STEM Challenge. Students worked in teams to build the tallest “hat” out of cups and index cards.

Clarendon Read Across America

Clarendon Read Across America Dr. Seuss on the Loose! March 2. 2020 - March 6, 2020.
Please join us in celebrating by participating in the following school wide spirit days!

Kindergarten News

Ms. Lamatina’s class was so excited to end their Show and Tell writing unit by hosting their very own bookstore! Students prepared by making fake money, designing decorations, creating signs, and even making their own cafe for serving treats! Their books were displayed, and “customers” came to read the books, meet the authors, and purchase their favorites!

3rd Grade News

Students in Mrs. Palmer’s class began the celebration of Read Across America week by sharing their first narrative stories they wrote with a friend. Students learned about the writing process, peer editing, and the format of five paragraph essays. They had fun and learned a lot about writing while describing their favorite family vacations.

3rd Grade News

Mrs. Palmer’s third grade class would like to thank Mayor Gonnelli for the Legos. The students are grateful for your generosity and are excited to start building.

1st Grade News

Students in Miss Herrmann's class dressed to impress on Valentine's Day to help the Children of St. Jude have many more Valentine's Days to celebrate!

Clarendon PTA Annual Founder's Day

The Clarendon School PTA cordially invites you to attend our Annual Founder's Day Meeting Tuesday, February 25th, 2020 7 o'clock in the evening in the Clarendon School Gymnasium. Entertainment will be provided by our Kindergarten & Second grade students. Hope you can join us. Refreshments will be served RSVP to Sylvia 201-681-6972 by 2/23

Kindergarten News

Throughout the week Ms. Sallustio’s kindergartners discussed the five senses. Students learned that love is all around us when we see, hear, smell, touch, or taste something. Students were very creative sharing the things they loved most. Happy Valentines Day!
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