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Hasbrouck Heights Public Schools
Superintendent's Report
January 30, 2003

Curriculum and Instruction

High School
Mrs. Schneeweiss received a thank you from Tomorrow’s Children at Hackensack Hospital acknowledging the donation of original children’s stories from the communications class as part of their community service project. The communications class is busy researching their midterm project which includes writing sequels to movies, autobiographical videos, comparing and contrasting original screen versions and the updates as well as alternative endings. Several field trips are in the works including a trip to Good Morning America in the spring.

The drama class is currently working on their midterm project which consists of reading a novel that has not already been turned into a movie. The drama class is also rehearsing scenes and monologues from television shows and preparing to begin production of The Sound of Music which will take place on March 20 and 21. An all school talent showcase is in the works as a fundraiser for The Sound of Music. The performance is open to all Middle school and High school students and will be performed on March 6.

Mr. Van Dam’s three English 11/British Literature classes are concluding their unit on medieval literature. They are currently reading two of the characters’ tales and will be preparing for a cumulative final assessment on Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales.

The English 11-Honors/British Literature class has concluded their study of medieval literature and will begin their study of Renaissance poetry and drama. A heavy emphasis will be placed on recognizing poetic style, devices and prevalent themes. Students will create models of their favorite poems.

The English 12-Honors/World Literature class is concluding their study of Homer’s epic, The Odyssey. Students continue to concentrate on identifying and analyzing four major themes within this epic. Following their mid term examinations the class will begin a study of Greek drama. Sophocles’ tragedy of Oedipus will be the focus of study.

U.S. History 1 - The students have completed study of the Constitution and the time period up to the War of 1812 including Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison’s Presidencies. The students read a play dealing with the Supreme Court Case: Marbury v. Madison and they listened to the tune by Johnnie Horton: "The Battle of New Orleans."

In December, State Senator Joseph Coniglio visited and discussed the various responsibilities of a State Senator.

World History - Mrs. Valenti’s classes have been focusing on the importance of Greece and Rome’s political system. The students were required to put together a Roman newspaper based on the information that the students were learning about Rome. They were required to create editorials, political cartoons, observations or interviews.

Business- Mrs. Wilson's Office System’s classes had a guest speaker from Berkeley College. She gave an interesting talk to all the Office Systems classes, using an interactive presentation. The remainder of the month was spent continuing lessons in accounting, finishing projects in word processing and preparing for the senior luncheon in senior executive board.

Ms. Kimmel’s Spanish II class are learning how to express when people do things for others.

Mrs. Carr’s Spanish III students have completed a thorough review of last year’s material including conversational exercises and writing activities.

Mrs. Cafferty’s Spanish I students began a new lesson on navigating about in a small city. Vocabulary stress will enable the student to ask for directions as well as tell where one thing is in relationship to another thing.

The high school 9th grade health classes are doing a suicide prevention unit. In the 10th grade the students are getting ready to take driver education test to be given during the exam.

The storage shed made for the Christmas parade was a success. The shop classes are continuing to work on cutting boards, candy dishes and birdhouses.

Math classes continued reviewing for mid-term exams. SRA process is completed by all seniors. 6 seniors who previously scored partially proficient in math on the HSPA passed the test, avoiding the SRA process.

Middle School
Mathematics: A 5th and 6th Grade Math Articulation Meeting was held on January 14, 2003.

The idea of mandatory Summer Math packets for 5th Graders going into 6th Grade was introduced. All present agreed that would be a good idea. Both elementary teachers are submitting a list of Math prime students and a list of the chapters they are going to complete in Math this year.

Science: 6th Grade Science recently completed their unit on the planets. Each class was broken into 9 groups and each group presented their project on a specific planet. 7th Grade Science is just starting their "Crime Unit". They will get into fingerprints and other areas of Forensic Science. 8th Grade Science is completing their chapter on chemical bonding. All classes are currently reviewing for mid-term exams. Social Studies: The Social Studies Department is reviewing the criteria for awarding certificates for the "Kindness and Justice" program in the Middle School. Language Arts Literacy: Mr. Morisco’s Grade Eight English classes created game boards and games that dealt with grammar and mechanics. Each group demonstrated and discussed their particular games.

Ms. Wolf’s 6th Grade English students took part in a form of time machine activity. They were asked to write letters to themselves including dreams, hopes, and visions for the year to come. This was completed to celebrate the New Year. These letters were sealed in envelopes and labeled "Do not open until December 2003". At the same time the 7th Graders were receiving letters from the previous year back from Mrs. Rowland. The students were enthusiastic and extremely excited to read their letters and assess the changes in their lives

Mrs. Incognito’s 6th Grade students are at odds over whether or not Nevada the Shaggy Dog is capable of committing murder. Students, as part of their drama unit, are holding a mock trial to battle out the case. Students tried out and the classes voted for the best prosecuting attorney, defending attorney, and even the dog. The end result was that Nevada was found innocent by all Literature classes based upon the hard work of the class juries.

Mr. Stillman’s 8th Grade Literature classes are concluding an extensive study of Edgar Allen Poe. Students analyzed the short stories "The Tell-Tale Heart", "The Masque of the Red Death", and "The Fall of the House of Usher". Social Studies: Mrs. O’Hagen’s 6th Grade students are working on Greece this marking period. Students will study the gods and goddesses. They will create their own myths including original gods and goddesses. Students will role-play and perform by acting out the stories of the twelve chief gods and goddesses. Students will also study the Olympics this marking period.

Some of Mrs. Gay’s 7th Grade students are busy creating quilt squares, which express their personal feelings about September 11th. When completed, the pieces will be submitted to the September 11th Quilt Project. A monumental American flag will be made from individually designed pieces of cloth or panels that have been sent from all over the country and around the world.

Mrs. Rucci’s 8th Grade – while learning about the Civil War the students enjoyed the movie "Glory" that portrays the hardships of one of the first regimens of black troops. They also came to appreciate the leadership of President Lincoln during that tumultuous period in history. The trials of the Reconstruction Era were addressed as well.

World Language/Art/Music: Ms. Kimmel’s 6th Grade cycle class is distinguishing between formal and informal French greetings. Mrs. Cafferty’s 7th Graders made posters of the four seasons labeling the types of weather and clothing worn in each season. 7th and 8th Graders also created holiday cards for the 3rd Graders at Lincoln and Euclid in Spanish. Each elementary 3rd Grader will thus receive a personalized card. Mr. Eggmann’s 7th Grade class celebrated the "Three Kings Day" with a galette des rois or butter cake.

Euclid School
Kindergarten - In reading, students are working on phonics by focusing on the letter I with the Letter People Program. They are working on sequencing through poetry. In math students are practicing measurement and graphing. Grade One - Students are working on creating books. They are practicing their rhyming words and symmetry in mathematics. Students read the Big Snow and completed many cross-curricular activities. Grade Two Students are sequencing stories and working on their prefixes mis, un, and re. Students created weather booklets for their unit on Weather and are regrouping in math. Grade Three - Students are working on cause and effect in reading and enjoying the class novel Frindle.

In math they are working on pictographs and in social studies they are studying Phyllis Wheatly, America’s first black poet. The students are also practicing their writing skills by connecting science and language arts. Grade Four Students are working on estimating and multiplying 3 digit numbers. Students created board games related to their novels and are practicing editing skills. Students have read about the Lennapi Indians and studied the career of a geographer. Grade Five Students are learning irregular verbs and direct objects. They are rounding decimals and studying Spanish, French and English explorers. Students are participating in literature circles with the novel Holes by Louis Sachar. The students completed activities related to the distance of planets. They are working with equivalent fractions and reading the novel The Mixed Up Files.

Special Education The PSD class is working with manipulatives and practicing their sorting. They are coloring and cutting. They also learned all about an ambulance driver. The LDM class has been working on the creation of map keys. They are utilizing the microscope to view cells. In math, students are working on addition with regrouping. The Autistic class is learning about animals and their habitats. They are practicing their cursive writing and working with maps.

Special Areas In media students are learning about authors and illustrators. They are practicing the Dewey decimal system and creating webs for vocabulary words. In physical education, students are working on soccer skills. In music, students are working on winter show songs. In art, students are working with lines and shapes. They are creating Egyptian stencil art and designing houses. A stained glass project was completed and masks were created.

Other Areas: 1. 4th grade teachers administered the language arts and mathematics ESPA pretest on January 8, 9, 10. 2. Fourth grade parents were supplied with ESPA practice booklets put together by Mr. Ciccone and Mrs. Simmons in the areas of math and language arts. 3. 3rd and 4th grade math pre ESPA workbooks were purchased for classroom use. 4. 5th graders are participating in a novel study. Martin Luther King activities were completed on each grade level. Teachers involved students in reading narratives and informational text related to King. They also wrote paragraphs related to dreams, qualities of a leader, and completed lessons on same and different.

Lincoln School
Mathematics: Kindergarten classes have been working on measurement and using a primary ruler to determine length in inches. Our first graders are concentrating on place value and counting by 10’s, 5’s, and 2’s. The second grade’s focus has been on ‘long form’ word problems and working with money. In third grade, our students have been solving numerous open-ended word problems as well as exploring the inter-relationships of multiplication and division. Fourth graders have been working on two-digit multiplication, long form word problems, and recently were assessed via an ESPA pre-test. The fifth grade is presently adding and subtracting decimals. All of our mathematics classes are solving real life mathematics problems; engaged in activities focused on mathematical process; and employing mathematical procedural knowledge by doing math problems of the day and weekly "long form" math activities.

Science: Kindergarten classes recently learned about liquids and solids. They also made bird feeders as a culminating activity to a lesson on winter birds. Our first graders are engaged in a unit on weather and are studying ‘animals in winter’ (the penguin). The second grade has just completed a unit on weather and is embarking on a tour of the solar system. The third grade is studying about forests and will be completing individual reports in different types of forests in the near future. The fourth grade recently learned about earthquakes, layers of the earth, and volcanoes. Our fifth graders are presently studying ecosystems and the ‘ever changing environment.’ They also recently dissected owl pellets to identify what is eaten by carnivores.

Social Studies: Our kindergarten students learned about Dr. King and his dream. One class made a chain of ‘our dreams’ for display in the room. The first grade also learned about Dr. King and is beginning to investigate ‘regions’ of the world. The second graders recently completed a unit honoring the legacy of Dr. King. The third graders are studying the importance of patriotism and respecting other cultures. The fourth grades are learning about the early colonies that were set up in New Jersey. The fifth graders recently completed explorer reports and delivered oral presentations. They will soon be learning about early colonists and the 13 colonies.

Language Arts: The kindergartners are continuing their work with the "letter people" and are beginning to use inventive spelling. They also started with their journals this month.,. Our first graders are still mastering long vowels and are reading numerous short stories. The second graders are focusing on good writing mechanics. They also read a story about the Smithsonian Institute and then went on a virtual tour of the museum on line in our computer lab. The third grades are working on their rain forest booklets and are reading The Kapok Tree. The fourth grade students read the original Dr. King speech and then wrote about their dream. The students also read Otter Emergency to learn about the impact of the Exxon Valdez. The fifth grade have been creating and presenting persuasive speeches. They also recently created T.V. commercials and are reading From The Mixed-Up World of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.

Art: The kindergarten is working on stick puppets. The first graders are designing and painting hot air balloons. The second grade students are constructing houses out of milk cartons with paper mache’. The third graders are presently weaving on a cardboard loom. The fourth graders are making hand puppets. The fifth graders are in the process of learning the significance of masks throughout the world and will be painting a 3-D mask soon.

Physical Education: The students are finishing up on a basketball skills unit as well as a jump rope unit.

Workshops - title, date, site, participant and summary
High School - January 15, 2003. Mrs. Mikulka attended the "Sirs Discoverer and Knowledge Source Workshop" at Bergen Technical Training Center, Hackensack, NJ. January 22, 2003. Mr. Eggmann attended the professional development workshop on "The Create Project: Implications for the Assessment of World Languages, Monroe Township, NJ. January 23, 2003. Mrs. Stein attended a conference at the NJ SSI Regional Center, District RFP Tech Assistance. January 24, 2003. Mr. O'Hare attended a conference on "Raising Our Sights: No High School Senior Left Behind", Monroe Twp., NJ. January 31, 2003. Mrs. Cafferty and Ms. Kimmel attended a World Language workshop on "Powerful Strategies for Strengthening Instruction in Your Foreign Language Classroom, Newark, NJ.

Middle School: Mr. Carcich and Mr. Bitetto attended workshops at Rutgers University on strategies related to the G.E.P.A. test. Mr. Donnelly attended a H.S.P.A. score interpretation workshop in Fairfield, NJ on January 14, 2003.

Euclid School - Technology Workshop – January 6, 2003 – Media Center – Euclid Teachers of Grades 3, 4, and 5. Inspirations was taught along with its use in alignment with classroom lessons. Faculty meeting held on January 16, 2003. Articulation for grades 3, 4, and 5 to determine topics related to content areas of science and social studies. Mrs. Weir will begin to inventory nonfiction texts within the media center to correlate to these topics for future research and project work.

Lincoln School - 12/16 The third through fifth grade teachers worked on integrating technology into the curriculum via TTS. The kindergarten through second grade had math folder articulation meeting. 1/6 Staff meeting , logistical issues. 1/7 Mrs. McGreevy, Mrs. Grattan, and Mr. Balestrieri attended Inclusion workshop at the Kiefer Auditorium, sponsored by the Jointure. 1/7,1/16,1/20 Mr. Ciccone - Elite Technology Training 1/13 The third through fifth grade teachers worked on integrating technology into the curriculum via TTS. 1/20 Mrs. Kammerer attended speech workshop at the jointure.

General Administration
High School - Successful fire drills were held on: 9/3/02 at 2:08 pm 9/6/02 at 1:18 pm 9/25/02 at 1:21 pm 10/21/02 at 1:14 pm 10/29/02 at 1:59 pm 11/14/02 at 9:47 am 11/25/02 at 8:58 am 12/10/02 at 8:58 am 12/17/02 at 9:47 am 1/10/03 at 1:13 pm 1/20/03 at l:14 pm

Middle School- Successful Fire Drills were held on: Sept. 3, 2002 @ 2:08pm Sept. 6, 2002 @ 1:18pm Sept. 25, 2002 @ 1:21pm Oct. 21, 2002 @ 1:14pm Oct. 29, 2002 @ 1:59pm Nov. 14, 2002 @ 9:47am Nov. 25, 2002 @ 8:58 am Dec. 10, 2002 @ 8:58 am Dec. 17, 2002 @ 9:47 am Jan. 10, 2003 @ 1:13 pm Jan. 20, 2003 @ 1:14 pm

Euclid School - Fire Drills Friday, September 13, 2002 2:15 pm. Monday, September 16, 2002 3:05 pm. Thursday, October 17, 2002 2:25 pm. Tuesday, October 17, 2002 11:00 am Friday, November 15, 2002 2:10 pm. Wednesday, November 20, 2002 2:27 pm. Tuesday, December 10, 2002 2:10 pm Wednesday, December 16, 2002 10:01 pm.

Lincoln School - Fire Drills Wednesday 9/04/2002 1:30 PM Thursday 9/19/2002 11:20 AM Friday 10/18/2002 2:00 PM Wednesday 10/23/2002 8:55 AM Thursday 11/18/2002 11:15 AM Tuesday 11/19/02 9:55 AM Lock Down (24 sec.) Monday 11/25/02 2:00 PM Monday 12/9 2:00 PM Lock Down (35 sec.) Tuesday 12/10 2:00 PM Wednesday 12/11 8:45 A.M. Wednesday 1/15 8:50 A.M. Tuesday 1/21 2:25 PM Lock Down Wednesday 1/22 8:50 A.M.

Accomplishments - include activities that were held
High School- Mr. Eggmann’s French classes celebrated the "Three Kings" Day on January 6. It is customary to bake a special butter cake in which a charm is placed. The lucky person to get the charm becomes the "King" or "Queen" for the day.

Mrs. Carr’s Spanish IV class just finished writing a four-day diary.

Ms. Kimmel’s French II class are learning a large variety of ways to describe people, things, and places.

Middle School - The Middle School Social Studies Department will be nominating students for Kindness and Justice Week. Nominees will be selected by showing an act of kindness or performing an act of good will. Middle School Principal, Mr. Edward Bolcar, instituted this program.

Euclid School - A bus evacuation was performed on January 24, 2003 with a PSD student. The report was sent to the jointure. Kindness Week Activities were celebrated for the week of January 20 – January 24, 2003. The week began with a kick off assembly on Monday morning at 9:30. The theme was "Kindness brings smile and laughter." Student were involved in tracking acts of kindness via their homerooms. Also, a community relations project was done that will enable Euclid School to donate books to the new children’s library upon its completion.   Dare was held on January 7, 14, and 21 for students in grades 5.   An assembly program was held on Friday, January 24, 2003 to inspire laughter in honor of kindness week.   Students participated in the Jr. Women’s Club spelling bee. Two students from Euclid finished in the top 6. (Edgardo B., William N.)    The Jump Rope for Heart squad has begun. Euclid School has 5 members participating with Lincoln students.

Lincoln School- Pre-ESPA Testing- 3rd and 4th grades in Language Arts and Mathematics.

Student Recognition
High School - Bloustein Scholars: Alison P., Jennifer C., Erica G.,. All County Selections: Soccer: Makenzie W., Bill McC., Artist of the Month - Sylvia S. Students of the Month - Dena P., Dominick D'A., Angela M., Ian B. The Key Club received a letter of recognition from the Kiwanis International for a very successful coat drive. Key Club coat drive collected 288 coats and transported to NJ Cares in Hillsdale by local Kiwanis members.   Key Club collected 64 toys to be donated to the Marine Corps "Toys for Tots" program.   Key Club collected 76 stuffed bears for The Record’s Bear Hugs program for children in hospitals during the Holidays.  Key Club donated $100 to Camp Haze – a summer camp for children of victims of 9/11.

Middle School - The Kindness and Justice Awards will be bestowed on the students at the Second Marking Period Awards Assembly in February.

Euclid School - Spelling Bee winners announced via the PA system. Class visitation to student morning announcers. Excellent Eagles to honor students with straight A’s and excellent behavior implemented. The board hangs outside the principal’s office. Sticker awards given for random acts of kindness.

Lincoln School - Tiffany A. won the Junior Women’s Club annual Spelling Bee. Nick M. and Georgia K. finished in the top six. Heroes of the month: Richard Z.. Frankie H., Jonathan D., Andrew D.

Staff Attendance by percentage & number
High School
Attendance from 12/11/02 to 1/20/03 = 96%. 41 teachers were absent. Total absences from 11/19/02 to 1/20/03 is 96.4%.

Middle School
Attendance from 12/11/02 to 1/20/03 = 94.8%. 34 teachers were absent. Total absences from the beginning of the year to present is ___%.

Euclid School - Attendance from December 12, 2002 to January 22, 2003 = 98%. 22 teachers were absent. Total absences from the beginning of the year to the present is 98%.

Lincoln School - Attendance from December 12, 2002 to January 23, 2003 = 97.2%. 12 Teachers were absent. Total absences from the beginning of the year to present is 97.7%.

Staff punctuality by percentage and number
High School - Punctuality from 12/11/02 to 1/20/03 = 99.8%. 2 teachers were tardy. Total tardiness from 11/19/02 to 1/20/03 is 99.8%.

Middle School - Punctuality from 12/11/02 to 1/20/03 = 99.8%. 1 teacher was tardy. Total tardiness from the beginning of the year to present is ___%.

Euclid School - Punctuality from December 12, 2002 to January 22, 2003 = 98 %. One teacher was tardy. Total tardiness from the beginning of the year to present is 98 %.

Lincoln School - Punctuality from December 12, 2002 to January 23 = 100%. No teachers were tardy. Total tardiness from the beginning of the year to present is 100%.

Press Releases
High School - Class of 2003 Senior Luncheon, December 18, 2003

Middle School- None during January 2003.

Euclid School - Thursday, January 16, 2003 Spelling Bee article Lincoln School - An article with pictures was in The Observer on Thursday, January 2, 2003 about the "Kids Can Be Heroes Too" program. Also on that date was a picture of the Student Council members who made placemats for the residents of Wellington Hall Nursing Home. An article with pictures was in The Observer on January 23, 2003 about the assembly "Predators and the Environment".

Also on that date was an article about the Lincoln School PTA Family Bingo that included 4 pictures.

Mrs. Kimberly Cicero - Maternity leave beginning May 5 through June 25, September 2003-June 2004

Mrs. Susan Crowe, Teacher of the Handicapped, MA 4th. Mrs. Crowe replaces Mrs. Margaret Ricci for the remainder of the year. Mrs. Ricci will be on maternity leave.

1st Reading 5145.1 - School Colors & Mascot 6115 - Ceremonies & Observances/Flag Salute 5131.2 - Hazing/Bullying, Harassment & Intimidation 5131.2 Hazing/Bullying, Harassment & Intimidation - Regulation 5123 - Promotion/Retention - Regulation

Technology Training

Technology full - group sessions will conclude on February 10, 2003. After February 10, every 3rd, 4th and 5th grade teachers will receive two, 1/2 hour individual training sessions with a T.T.S. instructor/mentor.

Mr. Ciccone, Lincoln School Principal, is coordinating the activity

Keys Summer Child Care Program
The Keys Summer Program will begin on Monday, June 30, 2003 and run through Friday, August 15, 2003, rain or shine. There will be no Keys Summer Program on Friday, July 4, 2003.

DAYS PER WEEK A 7:30 AM - 6 PM FIRST CHILD SECOND CHILD ADDIT CHILD B 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM FIRST CHILD SECOND CHILD ADDIT CHILD 5 $150 $100 $90 $130 $80 $70 4 $120 $80 $70 $105 $65 $55 3 $90 $60 $50 $77 $47 $37 2 $60 $40 $30 $52 $32 $22

Reading Committee
The Reading committee which is chaired by Mrs. Linda Simmons presented the proposed reading series to the Education/Technology Committee on January 15, 2003. She also gave a presentation at the Key Communicators Meeting On January 27, 2003. The committee is recommending the adoption in grades K-3. If additional monies become available the committee would expand the recommendation to include grade 4 and 5.

Gifted and Talented
Mrs. Eisenberg submitted a committee report concerning the recommendations of the Gifted and Talented District Committee. The report includes the following recommendations:

Hasbrouck Heights should continue to send children in grades 3 through 8 to the Gifted Child Society.

Students in kindergarten through second grade will be offered after school courses in the fall and spring once a week for a ten week period. District teachers have and will continue to submit proposals

To determine eligibility, students in kindergarten through grade eight will be tested in the spring of each year beginning 2003 using Terra Nova and the PTCS for kindergarten and grade 1.

Principals in each building will be responsible for insuring the implementation of enrichment activities in each classroom and/or grade level.

Additionally, choir, instrumental music and world languages are to be categorized as enrichment activities as they are not required curriculum.

Art and music teachers will identify those students who display giftedness in these areas and will provide additional instruction and delegate activities to enhance these areas, i.e., Solo's during school concerts, art instruction beyond the established curriculum, etc.

The committee was comprised of the following members: Chairperson - Mrs. Harriet Eisenberg - Director of Special Services Mr. P.J. Ciccone, Lincoln School Principal Mrs. Linda Simmons, Euclid School Principal Mrs. Geraldine Stein, Director of Curriculum and Scheduling Mr. Anthony Balestrieri, Guidance Counselor Mrs. Patty Alosco, Parent Euclid School Mrs. Terry Nass, Parent Euclid School Mrs. Donna Wipper, Parent Lincoln School High School/Middle School, No Parent Representation due to lack of interest

Flu Vaccine Program
Conducted December 3, 2002, program sponsored by Board of Education through Valley Health System, Paramus, NJ. Twenty-eight staff members took advantage of the program. The Board of Education gave $5.00 toward each shot with the staff members paying the remaining $15.00.

Mrs. Eisenberg and Mrs. McClean coordinated the program.

Mad Minute Program
At the end of the school year it was discovered that many 5th grade and middle school students were deficient in simple multiplication and division math skills. Therefore, through the efforts of Mr. Ciccone, Lincoln School Principal and Mr. Robert Carcich, Math Instructional Supervisor the Mad Minute Program was implemented. In September 2002 students in 5th, 6th and 7th were administered a 3 minute multiplication and division test. The test is a simple test that students can practice at home. The test is given at the end of each marking period. The results show a drastic improvement from the first time the test was administered.

The teachers of all classes are commended for the efforts in this program.


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