Junior-Senior High School
The month of May including a number of department and class trips such as the Band trip to Quebec, the 8th grade trip to Washington, and the 7th grade environmental trip have highlighted this time period.
The HHHS Chapter of the National Honor Society held its induction ceremony Thursday evening May 15, 2001.
Mr. Stine's AP physics students did very well on the National Science Olympiad test. One student scored a perfect score and one student was just one question away from perfect.
Middle Level teachers participated in a workshop with Dr. Leibmann from Felician College. This workshop, which was part of the Goals 2000 Grant, focused teachers attention on assessment techniques for preparing students for standardized testing.
A second workshop gave teachers the opportunity to use the internet to develop classroom lessons.
Three Middle Level teachers, Mr. Rispoli, Ms. Krysz, and Mr. Cassiere, attended the last of 6 workshops at Stevens Institute. As part of the Statewide Systemic Initiative, the purpose of these workshops have been to provide teachers with experience in using educational mathematics software in classroom settings.
A film was viewed by the Health classes that dealt with alternatives to domestic violence.
CAD 1 - Students have created 3D floor plans of a house.
Art 7- Students have learned about the life and works of Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.
Twenty six (26) scholarship forms were mailed to the entire Senior class (102). There were only 32 students who completed the scholarship applications.
Top Ten seniors in Class of 2001 will be honored for their achievements at the 15th Annual Scholars Recognition and Awards Dinner sponsored by Euclid Lodge #136 of Free and Accepted Masons.
Kristen M., Laura G., Liezl G., Allison W., Pamela DeS., Ralph S., Matthew C., Sofia A., Gregory G., Stefanie C., Nicholas M., Class President
Mr. Donnelly coordinated the administration of sixty-six Advanced Placement Tests which were taken by seniors in the high school during the first two weeks in May. Advanced Placement tests were administered in English, Calculus, Physics, Statistics, History, Spanish and French.
Total Student Enrollment: As of April 30, 2001 793 High School 413 Middle Level 380
Presented on Thursday, May 17th, this fun and interesting program featured the Earth Balloon, a hand painted physical representation of our world.
Karen Della Fave provided a CPR renewal program at Euclid School on May 15th and 16th. Staff members from our schools participated in the event.
School Colors Day was held on Friday, May 4th. Staff and students proudly wore their school colors. This coincided with our "Warm up to Reading" Program (school wide DEAR time) held from 2:25-2:45 pm.
On Wednesday, April 18th, the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department fingerprinted and photographed kindergarten students as part of the Ident-A-Kid project.
Mrs. Cerasuolo, along with Ms. Moroney, conducted the Euclid School annual Spring Concert, at the Kiefer Auditorium, on Thursday, May 17th, the theme was "We are the World."
The current enrollment at Euclid
School is 334 students.
Lincoln School's (5th Grade) Newspaper Club, under the guidance of Ms. Kathryn Kalisch and Mrs. Maryann Pagano, has almost completed this year's outstanding school newspaper.
Lincoln School's Stock Market Club under the direction of Mrs. Lynne McGreevy is to be congratulated for placing third in the state of New Jersey for participation in the club.
Lincoln students will be participating in an assembly program entitled "Diabetes- What is it?" This informational assembly program will include an 11-year-old child with Juvenile Diabetes and a representative from the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
On Monday, April 30th, fifth grade teachers at both Lincoln and Euclid had the opportunity to meet with the sixth grade teachers worked together to view Grade Eight Proficiency Assessment materials and discuss activities that each could do in their content area to reinforce GEPA related concepts. Mrs. Schoen, Mr. McGovern and Mrs. Stein attended this meeting.
On Tuesday, May 15th, the Lincoln School PTA sponsored a school wide assembly program entitled "Spirit of America." This assembly program given by storyteller Ms. Paula Davidoff includes many interesting and motivational songs and stories from the past.
The enrollment for Lincoln School as of May 18, 2001, is 330.
· Spring Concert Keifer Auditorium 7:30 p.m..........May 30th