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Hasbrouck Heights Public Schools
Superintendent's Report
February 2003

Curriculum and Instruction

High School
Mrs. Brinker’s students are being directed to view her website at for all the latest announcements and update on homework assignments as well as contest information and bulletin board information.

Mrs. Reed’s CAD 1 class has been learning how to create view designs of buildings while the CAD 2 class has been learning and using 3-D tools to create floor plans. The Graphic Design class is working with fonts to create a design and functional art called patterning. The Tech 9 class is involved with problem solving to create solutions to problems.

Mrs. Cafferty’s Spanish I class just started the family unit. The students learned how to talk about their family and be able to describe each family member.

Ms. Kimmel’s French II class learned how to ask questions in a variety of different ways while the Spanish II class created rubrics to assess their activities.

Mrs. Washburn’s Italian classes are spending time traveling through different regions of Italy using the Internet. Reading comprehension from the research complemented the Internet activity.

AP Physics will be beginning the study of electricity. Students have completed 65% of the curriculum as of now and are on target to finish all material before the May exam.

CP (College Prep) & Honors Physics continue the study of light and optics.

Chemistry classes are using molecular models to understand the shapes of molecules.

Biology classes are beginning a microbiology unit and have attempted to take samples from different areas and items throughout the school hoping to find bacterial growth. In connection with this unit, the honors class is reading a Robin Cook novel of their choice - Toxin or Vector.

Algebra I students are busy learning test-taking strategies to help them prepare for SAT & HSPA type questions.

The math teachers are conducting after school workshops for each of the four cluster areas to help 11th grade students improve their scores on the HSPA test to be given March 4-8.

The Math Club continues to tutor students before and after school in all areas of math.

Mrs. Geftic’s Journalism students are working on the third issue of the Pilot’s Log. Articles will focus on such issues as the results of state wide assessment testing and the ramifications for our students, stalking, sleep deprivation, and the positive or negative sides of such new trends as applying henna and going to tanning salons.

In addition, the editors of the Pilot’s Log will be attending Columbia Scholastic Press Conference on March 21, 2003 as finalist for the Gold Crown Award. Of the 1,550 magazines, newspapers, and yearbooks that submitted copies for this judging, the Pilot’s Log was the only school in the New York-New Jersey area to be so honored.

Besides this award, the staff of the Pilot’s Log will be honored at Columbia University on February 27, 2003, as first place winners of the Quest for Excellence Contest.

Mrs. Geftic’s English 12 students are currently studying the Holocaust. During this unit, students will be examining the ramifications of prejudice by reading such literature as Night by Elie Weisel and viewing such videos as "Triumph of Spirit" and "Shindler’s List".

On March 20, 2003, the class will be visiting the Holocaust Museum in New York. After their tour, students will have an opportunity to speak to a survivor.

Mrs. Czekaj’s English 10 classes are studying the Transcendental writings of Emerson and Thoreau. Each student is selecting one maxim with which he or she agrees, and creating a poster illustrating its message, using a combination of media.

The AP English literature class is reading Toni Morrison’s much-acclaimed novel Beloved in conjunction with Black History month.

Mr. Van Dam’s three English 11/British Literature classes are beginning their unit on Renaissance poetry and drama.

The English 11-Honors/British Literature class is also studying Renaissance poetry and drama and utilizing the HSPA-type assessment pieces. Students will continue to assess their performances and create test-taking strategies as part of this unit. A heavy emphasis will be placed on improving their writing for specific purposes and audiences.

The English 12-Honors/World Literature class is beginning their study of Greek drama and philosophy. Students will read pieces from Socrates, Plato and Sophocles.

The 9th grade English classes of Ms. Monetti and Mrs. Meyer have begun their study of William Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet. They have examined his life and times and are reading the play. In addition, the students are building Globe Theaters, making swords and shields, portraits of Queen Elizabeth and William Shakespeare, and maps of Italy and England as projects.

Mrs. Schneeweiss’s Drama class is busy beginning production work on The Sound of Music which will be performed on March 20th and 21st. The senior directed plays have been pushed to April 3rd.

We started the 3rd marking period. The 11th grade students are doing drug and alcohol abuse. Sgt. Mullins is doing the Dare Education with the junior class. The students discuss ways to prevent violence and drug use and how it’s their decision to make.

The physical education classes have started the Basketball, Hockey and weight room units. The students have a choice in different classes to choose their activity.

The shop classes designed the lockers to be put in Franklin gym. They are in the process of making the lockers for the locker room in class.

U.S. History I- the students have been studying the early 1800’s and discussing the events leading up to sectionalism.

On January 17th, Assemblywoman and former Mayor Rose Heck visited two U.S. History I classes and discussed major issues going on in the State. She gave a very informative and frank talk on problems facing the area and her district.

U.S. History II- the students completed a review of World War I and the "return to normalcy". The classes then connected the immigration issues of the 1920’s with current situations.

World History- All classes concluded their studies on Rome by watching the film Gladiator. They engaged in a writing assignment when the film ended, which required them to make connections between the material presented in class and the historical accuracy of the film.

Middle School-
Mathematics: GEPA review is taking place in 8th Grade Math classes using the results of the pre-test that the students took this past October. 7th Grade Math classes are studying ratios and proportion. 6th Grade Math classes are using manipulatives to add and subtract fractions. They are regrouping whole numbers into fractions to complete subtraction problems. All AC (Academic Core) classes are currently performing GEPA Math word problems in every grade in order to help students become familiar with how to attack and solve difficult multi-step problems.

Science: 7th Grade Science is starting their "Crime Unit" in which students investigate the process of crime scene investigation. 6th Grade Science is doing a section on space shuttles and is incorporating the Columbia disaster into the teaching. 8th Grade Science has students creating 2-dimensional models of the atom.

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. Mrs. Gay’s 7th Graders are taking a virtual ride on the Underground Railroad via the Internet. Using the results of their research, they will create diary entries describing their escapes from slavery. This project is being done in collaboration with Mrs. Rowland and will be assessed as both a Social Studies and an English assignment. Mrs. Rucci’s 8th Grade students learned about the story of how the U.S. annexed Hawaii and the Panama Canal. Some of them viewed the web cam at the Panama Canal to actually watch the ships go through! Language Arts Literacy: Mrs. Incognito’s Literature classes have been busy reading "The Giver" by Lois Lowry. World Language/Art/Music: Ms. Kimmel’s 6th Grade cycle classes conversed in French using a series of polite expressions. Physical Education/Health: In Physical Education after completing basketball skills the 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade classes are finishing up the cycle period playing 3-on-3 basketball tournament games. The 7th Grade Health class students did a 3-day research project on drugs in the library and presented the project to the class. The 8th Grade class is participating in the DARE program with Sgt. Mullins discussing the dangers of drugs in today’s society.

Euclid School
Reading: Kindergarten practiced the sound of the letter V and building word charts. Grade 1 practiced paired readings, classifying words by vowel sounds, and created story webs. They created goals' charts. Grade 2 worked on analogies and words with a controlled "R". Grade 3 read poetry and read nonfiction to learn about authors. Grade 4 worked on cause and effect and identified plat, mood, and setting. Grade 5 read Holes and participated in literature circles.

Math: Kindergarten leaned how to count by 5's. Grade 2 read and created bar graphs and worked on geometric patterns. Grade 2 learned to tell time. Grade 3 practiced probability and symmetry. Grade 4 divided by 3 digits. Grade 5 worked on fractions and learned about mixed numbers and the least common denominator.

English: Kindergarten completed activities for following directions and sequencing. Grade 1 wrote sentences and learned to use adjectives. Grade 2 wrote friendly letters. Grade 3 identified pronouns and used possessives. Grade 4 wrote problem solution essays. Grade 5 practiced answering open-ended questions.

Science: Kindergarten studied dinosaurs. Grade 1 studied plant life. Grade 2 learned about the water cycle. Grade 3 studied solids, liquids, and gases. Grade 4 learned about the atmosphere and studied the career of an atmospheric scientist. Grade 5 studied about the solar system.

Social Studies: Kindergarten learned about Martin Luther King and the importance of setting goals. They created I Have a Dream footprints that are on display outside their rooms. Grade 1 had a 100th Day Celebration and learned about the accomplishments of Martin Luther King. They cut out portraits of Martin Luther King and wrote about his accomplishments and things the hope to accomplish. Grade 2 studied famous African Americans. They created webs telling who, what, where, when, and why. Grade 3 studied America's First African American poets (Phyllis Wheatly, John Steptoe). Grade 4 studied Harriet Tubman. They reviewed maps showing the Underground Railroad and listened to a poem. Grade 5 viewed Ruby Bridges, the first African American child integrated into an all white public school. They also read various African Tales.

Media set up a book display in the library and the main office set up a book display at the entrance of the building consisting of stories with African characters. Special Education learned about the first African American baseball league by reading a book entitled, Teamates.

Special Education: PSD class worked on rhyming, matching, identifying addresses, phone numbers, and their individual birthdays. LDM class worked on compound words and subtracting. The AUT class worked on compound words and learned about photosynthesis.

Lincoln School
Mathematics: Kindergarten classes have been working on measuring to the nearest inch, reviewing numerals, telling time, and exploring geometric solids. Our first graders are concentrating on counting by 10’s, 5’s, and 2’s and are reviewing doubles. The second grade’s focus has been on ‘long form’ word problems and working with time and money. In third grade, our students have been learning five and six multiplication tables, exploring ordered pair graphs, and learning five and six division tables. Fourth graders have been working on three-digit division across zeros, long form word problems. The fifth grade is presently exploring measurement to the nearest _ inch and doing a comprehensive review of all computational strategies. 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 ‘winter’, outer space, ‘our wonderful body machines’, and the concepts of sinking and floating. Our first graders are studying arctic and nocturnal animals. The second grade is begging a unit of study about ‘rocks’. The third grade is finishing up a unit on biomes and is beginning a unit on the solar system. The fourth grade is continuing to learn about earthquakes, layers of the earth, and focusing on volcanoes. Our fifth graders are presently comparing and contrasting the characteristics and functions of plant and animal cells.

Social Studies: Our kindergarten students participated in activities and projects related to George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Dr. King, holidays celebrated around the world. The first grade is learning about landforms and is concentrating on forests, oceans, deserts, and grass lands. The second graders recently completed a unit honoring the legacy of Dr. King. The third graders are completing a unit on patriotism, American celebrations such as the Fourth of July, and the history of our National Anthem. The fourth grades are discussing the problems that the English colonies faced as they settled in New Jersey. The fifth graders are learning about the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies by doing cultural ‘compare and contrast’ activities.

Language Arts: The kindergartners are using inventive spelling to write in their journals, while they continue to learn the letters with the "Letter People Program." Our first graders are completing the study of long vowel sounds and are working on blends with long vowel sounds. The second graders are have been writing ‘friendly letters’ to our overseas troops. The third grades recently completed the story Mufato’s Beautiful Daughter and are beginning the story The Boy Who Cried Wolf. The fourth graders have been focused on pre-writing and writing exercises using similes and dialog. They have also been exploring informative vs. narrative text. The fifth graders are reading From The Mixed-Up World of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler and are focused on vocabulary and comprehension skills.

Art: The kindergarten is working on a poster contest for fire safety. The first graders are painting hot air balloons. The second grade students are still working on constructing 3-D houses out of milk cartons with paper mache’. The third graders are presently weaving on a cardboard loom. The fourth graders are painting the heads of their hand puppets. The fifth graders are painting their 3-D masks.

Physical Education: The students are finishing up a jump rope unit and have been learning about and playing volleyball.

Brotherhood / Black History Month: Every class at every grade level completed projects and activities surrounding the celebration of Brotherhood / Black History Month as indicated in the teachers’ plan books. There are two main hallway displays dedicated to this celebration. Directly outside of the library/media center, there is an ‘I have a dream wall’ where students wrote their individual dreams of peace. Also, next to the nurses office there is a display of "Great African-American Achievers." Mrs. Dussault’s students each completed a book report on a black Americans. The reports are being displayed on part of the classroom chalkboard as part of a ‘Great African-American’ timeline.

The kindergartners participated in activities regarding Dr. Martin Luther King and his dream. The first grades created and discussed ‘portrait pages’ highlighting black Americans such as Harriet Tubman, Jackie Robinson, and Booker T. Washington. The second graders composed booklets on ‘Great African Americans’. The third graders engaged in activities regarding Dr. Martin Luther King and completed reports on individual black Americans. The fourth graders created their own ‘I Have a Dream’ speech in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King and other great black Americans. The fifth grade watched a movie about Dr. Martin Luther King called "Our friend Martin" and engaged in related journal writing activities. Each day they review their ‘calendar of famous black Americans’ in social studies.


High School - On January 31, 2003, Mrs. Cafferty and Ms. Kimmel attended a workshop entitled "Enhancing Your Foreign Language Instruction." The workshop was sponsored by the Bureau of Education & Research.

On February 6, 2003, Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Stein attended "The New Language Arts Core Curriculum Content Standards" workshop at the Bergen/Passaic County Curriculum Consortium, Fair Lawn, NJ.

Middle School- On February 11, 2003 Mr. Donnelly attended the District and School G.E.P.A. Training Workshop sponsored by the N.J.D.O.E.

Euclid School - Technology workshop - January 27, 2003 - February 10, 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 23, 2003 - February 3, 2003. Main discussions were on Grade 3 and Grade 4 testing. Teachers would be submitting to the principal the next grades comprehension test from their classes. Video Conference Attended in Lodi on January 29th regarding networking with other districts in New Jersey. Curriculum Consortium held in Fairlawn on Language Arts Core Standards.

Lincoln School - Mrs. Valenti and Mrs. Farruggio attended an all day workshop on ‘Inclusion’ in East Hanover on Feb. 21, 2003.

General Administration - fire drills, day, date and time - from beginning of school year

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 1:14 pm: 2/4/03 at 8:59 am:   2/5/03 at 11:15 am

Middle School- Fire Drills: 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 Feb. 4, 2003 @ 8:59 am

Euclid School - Friday, September 13, 2002 2:15-2L16,50 1 min. 50 sec. Monday, September 16, 2002 3:05-3:06.30 1 min. 30 sec. Thursday, October 17, 2002 2:25-2:26.35 1 min. 35 sec. Tuesday, October 17, 2002 11:00-11:02 2 min. (time includes student in wheelchair) Friday, November 15, 2002 2:10-2:11.35 1 min. 35 sec. Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2002 2:27-2:28.38 1 min. 38 sec. Tuesday, December 10, 2002 2:10-2:11.21 1 min. 21 sec. Wednesday, Dec.16, 2002 10:00-10:01. 25 1 min. 25 sec. Thursday, January 30, 2003 2:28-2:29.35 1 min. 35 sec. Friday, January 31, 2003 1:30-1:31.29 1 min. 29 sec.

Lock Down Drill - Friday, December 13, 2002 (Letter sent home to parents 12/11) Wednesday, January 22, 2003 (realized training of all substitutes that enter the building is vital)

Lincoln School - 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. Thursday 2/13 9:05 AM Lock Down (36 sec.) Friday 2/14 9:00 A.M


High School
Mrs. Brinker’s drawing classes are concluding their drawing curriculum with huge five-foot pastel self-portraits. The Yearbook class reports that all of the required advertisement pages have been sold and half of the book is already at the press for printing.

Mrs. Kritzer’s Art Club recently visited the Guggenheim Museum. Forty-five students along with five chaperones viewed the permanent exhibition as well as a special photo and video exhibit.

Mr. Eggmann’s French III class are selecting French names of prominent and influential persons in American History. Research will then be conducted to show the French influence in the United States.

Middle School
Mr. Eggmann’s 7th Grade class completed posters showing sports in Canada and France. Mrs. Cafferty’s 7th Grade class drew pictures of an imaginary town and used them for class discussion. Mrs. Reed’s Art 7 classes are studying the life and works of Matisse and Picasso.

Mrs. Kitzer’s Art 6 classes are studying Cubism and the art of Picasso.

Brotherhood Month: Mrs. O’Hagen’s 6th Grade Social Studies classes studied the history of Civil Rights and the rise of Dr. Martin Luther King as a Civil Rights leader. Mrs. Gay’s 7th Graders are taking a virtual ride on the Underground Railroad via the Internet. Using the results of their research, they will create diary entries describing their escapes from slavery. This project is being done in collaboration with Mrs. Rowland and will be assessed as both a Social Studies and an English assignment. Mrs. Rucci’s 8th Grade classes discussed the problems and some solutions of the underground cities in the early 1900’s. Kindness and Justice Week: Middle School teachers, in recognition of Kindness and Justice Week, nominated students who performed an act of kindness and/or justice. Numerous names were submitted and certificates recognizing their act will be presented to them.

Euclid School
A bus evacuation was performed on February 4, 2003 with a PSD student. The report was sent to the jointure. Science Exchange was held on February 3rd and 4th. Author's Day was celebrated by hosting the author of Amelia Bedeila. Students attended presentation and book signing. A Scholastic Book Fair was held on February 12th and 13th. Dental Week Celebration - Visiting dentist Dr. Gorkowitz - Grades 1, 2, and 3. Student Council created Kindness posters, ran a candy sale, and made followers for the Senior's Building of Heights.

Lincoln School
Week beginning 1/20: Kindness Week: The students were given hearts when they performed ‘kind acts’ throughout the entire week. On Friday, a magician performed for the entire school and students were recognized and awarded for great acts of kindness. 2/3 Lincoln Lasers / Jump Rope Team performed at APEHRD Conference at East Brunswick Hilton Hotel. 2/4 American Heart Association honored Mrs. McClean for continuing the chain of survival through our District CPR program. 2/13 Dentist Visits: Dr. Gorkowitz visited all kindergarten through second grade classes to discuss dental hygiene. The Crests Dental Hygiene Program also provided sealed oral hygiene tools to all first graders. 2/13 High school students came to Lincoln School to read to Mrs. Unglert’s kindergarten class.

Student Recognition
High School - Jennifer C., Bergen Scholar of the Week. Sylvia S. has been selected Artist of the Month. Sylvia is a junior who not only excels in art but is also a competitive skier. Middle School- The Kindness and Justice Awards will be bestowed on the students at the Second Marking Period Awards Assembly on February 14, 2003.

Euclid School -

Lincoln School - Marking Period: (straight A’s with no minuses)

Third Grade -Jennifer D., Christopher P., Meenal U. Fourth Grade - Tiffany A., Samantha P. Fifth Grade -Camille B., Alexis F., Kristen H., Tyler McG., Kerrin M., Julie Y.

Staff attendance
High School - Staff attendance by percentage and number Attendance from 1/21/03 to 2/12/03 = 97.8%. 15 1/2 teachers were absent. Total absences from 11/19/02 to 2/12/03 is 96.9%. Staff punctuality by percentage and number Punctuality from 1/21/02 to 2/12/03 = 99.7%. 2 teachers were tardy. Total tardiness from 11/19/02 to 2/12/03 is 99.8%.

Middle School- Staff attendance by percentage and number: Attendance from 1/21/03 to 2/21/03 = 97.9%. 11 teachers were absent. Total attendance from 11/19/02 to 2/12/03 = 99.3% Staff punctuality by percentage and number: Punctuality from 1/21/03 to 2/21/03 = 99.8%. 1 teacher was tardy. Total punctuality from 11/19/02 to 2/12/03 = 99.9%

Euclid School - Attendance from January 27, 2003 to February 14, 2003 = 74%. 13 teachers were absent. Total absences from the beginning of the year to the present are 94%. Punctuality from January 27, 2003 to February 14, 2003 = 98%. One teacher was tardy. Total tardiness from the beginning of the year to present is 98%.

Lincoln School - Attendance from January 24, 2003 to February 14, 2003 = 96%. 9 teachers were absent. Percentage for total absences from the beginning of the year to present is 97.4%.

Sharon Bunone - Letter of Resignation effective February 28, 2003. Ms. Bunone was an aide in the LDM Room and Aide for Physical Education.

Michael Sickels - Leave of Absence effective February 7, 2003. Mr. Sickels was called to active duty in the United States Marine Corps.

Jacquelyn DeFilippis - appointed Grade 5 Euclid School Teacher replacement for Mr. Sickels effective February 5, 2003. Step #1, BA $36,774 pro-rated.

Christa Luzzi - Appointed Grade 4 Lincoln School Teacher replacement for Kimberly Cicero maternity leave. Ms. Luzzi will report on May 1, 2003. Step #1 BA $36,774 pro-rated.

Jason Becker - Physical Education Student Teacher grades 6-12. January 22, 2003 - May 8, 2003. Mr. Nicholas Delcalzo will be the supervising teacher.

Job Descriptions: Principal - District Related Activities and Programs Special Education Educational Instructor

Policies: 1st Reading - o 5110 Attendance o Criteria For Placement In Honors Courses Mathematics grades 6 through 11 Science grades 9 through 11 English grades 9 through 12 History grades 9 through 12 o 4111 Recruitment, Selection and Hiring

2nd Reading - o 5145.1 School Colors and Mascot o 6115 Ceremonies and Observances o 5131.2 Hazing/Bullying, Harassment and Intimidation o 5131.2 Hazing/Bullying, Harassment and Intimidation - Regulation o 5123 Promotion/Retention - Regulation


Yankee Doodle Circus, April 14 and 15, 2003 at Hasbrouck Heights High School/Middle School gymnasium and cafeteria. Event sponsored by Euclid and Lincoln School PTA's.

Relay for Life 2003, date TBD at Hasbrouck Heights Depken Athletic Field. Event sponsored by American Cancer Society and Hasbrouck Heights Student Council. Mrs. Barbara Kritzer, Advisor.

Certificates of Appreciation:
Patricia Grossano - School Nurse - American Heartsaver Program
Jane McClean - School Nurse - American Heartsaver Program
Dean Hoskin - Physical Education Teacher - Jump Rope Team
Alison P. - Student - Edward J. B. Distinguished Scholar
Jennifer C. - Student - Edward J. B. Distinguished Scholar
Erica G. - Student - Edward J. B. Distinguished Scholar


Presentations to Board of Education:
NJAHPERD Outstanding Public School District 100% participation in Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart-- American Heartsaver Award


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