Monday, May 22, 2017
Friday, May 12, 2017
Congratulations to our 6th graders to after rehearsing for about 4 weeks performed their play: Lion and Mouse Stories. They did an amazing job displaying some very fine acting talent! Thanks to Mrs. Riefler, our producer and Jack McAuliff, our director! Way to go students! Check out the slide show at the bottom of the blog!
The 8th grade Family and Consumer Sciences students participated in a Cultural Foods Food Truck Wars project. The students had to research a specific country and build a food truck, menu and flyer according to their research. Students then had to choose one specialty item from their truck and make a grocery list for the specialty item. The students had two days to cook/prepare their dish and put it into sample sizes. Mr. Mango, Mrs. Ercole and Mrs. Tavolacci's classes helped out with the project by coming into each class. Each student in their classes had $8 to purchase the samples from the 8th grade food trucks. The 8th graders competed to see if their food truck could make the most money. The 8th graders taught the visiting students about the culture they researched.
Some foods that were made: Greek pizza, Fijian smoothies and brownies, pork kabobs, churros, potato pancakes, fried rice, Belgium waffles, Switzerland Rösti, homemade pasta, sauce and meatballs, fairy bread, Rote Grütze, and etc.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Congratulations to our 58 inductees! On Thursday, May 4th our current NJHS members welcomed the new students into National Junior Honor Society in a very nice, formal and celebratory ceremony. We are very proud of all our students and their demonstration of the characteristics worthy of Honor Society: Scholarship, Leadership, Character, Service and Citizenship. We look forward to continued great things from you as individuals and as a society.