Click the title above to view the Jefferson School supply lists for the 2018-2019 school year.
Second graders have been working hard on their biographies; researching and gathering information, organizing their ideas and drafting their essays. Upon completion of our final drafts, students worked in class to create PowerPoint presentations to share all that they learned with their classmates. I am so proud of all their hard-work! Please take a moment to see how much we have accomplished!
A special thank you to all the family members and friends that were able to join us on March 6th for our first annual READ-A-LATTE CAFE. Each grade level was allotted forty-five minutes to come to the gym, spread out, and enjoy some quiet reading time with family members or friends.
Congratulations to our 5th grade team on their amazing accomplishment tying for 7th place in the Nation scoring 180 out of 200 total points. Out of 313 teams competing at the 5th grade level, this accomplishment is something to be very proud of. The median score in the 5th grade was a 147. Special recognition goes out to Rhayana Sales and Julian Ecal for achieving a perfect score of 20!! Click the title to read more.
Today, the children celebrated a true THANKSGIVING FEAST! They were able to share a wonderful meal together with all of the Thanksgiving fixings. A special Thank you to the Jefferson School PA and all of our volunteers, along with Bergenfield Mayor and Jefferson School alumni, Norman Schmelz that came to help set up, serve, and clean up. The faculty, staff, and students send out our sincerest Thank You!!
Today was a wonderful fall day here at Jefferson School where all of our children had an opportunity to select a Pumpkin to bring home during our annual PA sponsored "Pumpkin Patch" Thank you to all of our Parents who donated their time to set up and monitor the day. The children had a blast selecting their Pumpkin and getting a nice snack from our PA. A good day was had by all!!
As part of our Week of Respect, all of our students submitted an entry in our RAVE Poster Contest (RESPECT APPRECIATE VALUE EVERYONE). Attached are the pictures of our two winners! We are looking forward to carrying on the RAVE message throughout the rest of the school year. On behalf of the faculty and staff, we are so very proud of all the children and how creative they were in getting our message out!
Every time that a child is witnessed performing a good deed or exemplifying outstanding behavior, staff members are encouraged to give the child a "High 5" Card! Children tear off a portion of the card and put it in for a drawing to win a prize at the end of each month. Click the title to read more.
The kick-off for Week of Respect happened this morning with a brief assembly where the school was encouraged to WEAR BLUE to Stomp Out Bullying. Also, Mr. Vogt read "One" by Kathryn Otoshi. The message of the book is that it only takes "One" to stand up to a bully. More importantly, it is much better to include others to make play and fun even more enjoyable. Click the title to read about the events taking place this week.