Its all about respect!
Last week was one to remember... We had an epic Halloween Frolic. There were over 425 people who attended and everyone reported to having a great time. Our guests enjoyed the food, games, dancing and especially the Haunted Hay Ride. I want to thank Mrs. Benson and Mr. Hudson for coordinating the event. It couldn't have happened without the rest of the staff, parents, and community.
In addition, we had our annual Halloween Parade on Thursday. The kids "experienced" the Wizard of Oz. Some teachers dressed up as characters from the Wizard of Oz, and somehow the Wizard was in the building... Who was behind the curtain?
Here is a video created by Mrs. DeVita in case you missed the Frolic or the Parade:
This week is shortened due to the New Jersey Education Association's (NJEA) Annual Convention in Atlantic City. On Thursday and Friday, teachers will expand their learning and connect with other teachers from around the state.
Pictures from around the school
|Students of the Week!|
|The Fall Intramural program is going well. Kids are enjoying the friendly competition|
|The Wizard of Bacon?|
|Mrs. Sinone's class learned about the Dia de los Muertos (Spanish for Day of the Dead)|
|Mrs. Lore's class is Blooming with RESPECT|
Monday - Grade Level Meetings, reviewing SGO's, Computer Lab; all day
Tuesday - 3rd Graders receive Dictionaries from Elks, 9:30
Wednesday - Another respectful day at RM Bacon
Thursday - No School, NJEA Convention
Friday - No School, NJEA Convention