Located in the "Heart of the Community," in Clifton's Lakeview section, School Eleven is the oldest meticulously maintained structure in the district. Administration and staff are devoted to providing only the most modern curricular and technological advancements in the arts and sciences.
Fostering a community characterized by mutual respect and academic excellence is our goal.
School Eleven’s dedicated staff embrace diversity while striving to provide each child with the tools for social, emotional, and academic growth needed to succeed in school, the workplace and beyond. Our Home and School Association is comprised of many devoted parents who strive to organize the fundraisers and activities that benefit all 485 School Eleven students.
Parents sign your 1st through 8th grader
up early for Clifton Schools' Integrated Summer Enrichment
Experience (I.S.E.E)!!!! Visit our
ISEE page for more
information and to register!
Joe Odhiambo had the students
cheering for more today! Joe "the trick-star" Odhiambo
is originally from Kenya in East Africa. His humble
upbringing taught him the drive and work ethic which has
allowed him to become the best in his class. Odhiambo now
communicates these tough life lessons and experiences to his
audience. He strongly believes that even though we start the
race in different places, at the end of the day, what you
put in is what you will get back. Be an upstander, not a
School 11 students and staff were
highly entertained with a performance from the Canadian
Marching Band. Enjoy the short clip of the band
performing "Come Sail Away."
Youth Week Winner! Congratulations to
Daniel Gamulyak for winning second place in the Youth Week
Mrs. Morrison's second grade class
just read a story called The Dog Who Dug for Dinosaurs.
As a class, we decided to do some exploration of our own.
We dug for fossils and discovered shark teeth, ammonites,
brachiopods, and crinoid stems. We dug for dinosaur
eggs in a sand pit and found models of a T-Rex,
Brachiosaurus, and Triceratops. The children then used
the dinosaurs to classify them. Some of the children
decided to classify them by shape, color, and texture. Other
students decided to classify them by what they ate. We also
dug for bones of a T-Rex. The students then put together a
model of the T-Rex with the bones that they found. Using the
model the children determined what the dinosaur ate, where
they lived, and how they survived.
A great night was had by all that
attended our Family Math Night! The students and their
families enjoyed some quality educational time by playing
fun and interesting math games. This night would not
have been a success without the help of our teachers, Mrs.
Angelillo, Mrs. Kenning, Ms. Kropilak, Mrs. Labriola, Mrs.
Love, Ms. Palladino, and Ms. Zubaly.
students enjoyed a visit from some very special friends from
Our students had a blast during
School Spirit Week! The children were very creative in
celebrating Mismatched Monday, Twin Tuesday, Wacky Hair
Wednesday and Crazy Hat Thursday. Thank you to all
that participated. Your donations are greatly
The Cat in the Hat returned to
School Eleven to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday. The Cat was
feistier than ever. Oh what fun we had!
Mrs. Kane's class celebrated today's
Minion Day in style! School Eleven students are one in a
Gabrielle's dad and uncle, Ricardo
and Andrew Alas surprised the Kindergarten students with a
magical, mystery guest. The students were thrilled to meet
CHS Madrigals and dancers steal
the show at School Eleven!
Winter Concert 2015
Otto the Auto drove by School
Eleven to share some important safety tips!
Thank you Lonnie Allgood for
inspiring our students! Dreams for Kids, Inc., founded by
Mr. Allgood, focuses its efforts on raising the
consciousness of children to encourage them to dream big.
By and large one of the most powerful messages of the day
was "Respect and love are free so why don't we give them
away all day?"
Reading Under the Stars 2015
Friday evening stargazers observed the moon, the Pleaides
open star cluster, M15 globular star cluster, double double
(two double stars close to each other) Albireo (double
star), the ring nebula which looks like a smoke ring, and at
the end of the evening several people caught a glimpse of
the Andromeda Galaxy. Students blasted off for adventure in
the district-owned Star Lab inflatable planetarium, visited
the Black Hole Reading Nook and participated in other
related learning activities.
Special thanks to the eighth grade
Woodrow Wilson Middle School students who visited our fourth
grade students as part of the Sidekicks peer mentoring
program. This program takes the proactive approach to
character education, allowing our eighth and fourth grade
students to spend time together. Students have the
opportunity to discuss goal setting, sportsmanship,
kindness, internet safety, drugs and alcohol, and
School Eleven proudly presents our 100
first marking period Galaxy Club members. Way to go everyone!
Keep reading and your star will continue to shine all year!
Thanks to the Rotary Club third
grade students were the lucky recipients of new
School Eleven truly is the "Heart
of the Community". Thank you for your kindness, generosity
and holiday spirit!
School 11 - Trunk or Treat
Students in Mrs. Kane's class
enjoyed a unique, hands-on lesson about possible future
School Eleven students truly
enjoyed the recent, hilariously funny Grand Falloons Program
made possible by Clean Communities and Mr. Al Dubois, the
city's recycling coordinator. What a wonderful way to
educate students about the importance of recycling and
respecting our planet!
School 11 Provides AM ONLY Extensions: Before School
Care Program Click Here for
Congratulations to our May Students of the Month:
Front row left to right: Eldion Murseli, Natalia
Chrobak, and Angie Perez Back row left to
right: Juan Perez, Dariana Delgado, Sara Hemaid,
and Fadda Ayyad
Congratulations to our April
Students of the Month: Front row left to right: Victor
Manrique, Fadi Omar, and Leahna Guevara Back row
left to right: Adalia Lopez, Natalia Symanska, and Helin
Congratulations to our March Students
of the Month: Front row left to right: Gabrielle
Alas, Landen Abad and Renan Briones. Back row left to right:
Jawad Tazwar, Bryan Guevara and Krystian Kobylarz.
Congratulations to our February
Students of the Month: Front row left to right: Lucas
Arias, Alex Sabo and Jana Muheisen. Back row left to right:
Berlet Henriquez, Salvador Melo and Jerry Huggins.
Congratulations to our January
Students of the Month: Front row left to right: Labib
Hussain, Afsana Chowdhury, and Gia Del Gado . Back row left
to right: Ayah Annous, Rahaf Salman, and William Chen.
Congratulations to our December
Students of the Month: Front row left to right: Bisan
Matari, Natalie Rojas and Matthew Thompson. Back row left to
right: Amira Abdelsalam, Alanis Olazabal and Allison
Congratulations to our November
Students of the Month: Front row left to right: Kacey
Pimentel, Valeria Mantilla and Sara Korac. Back row left to
right: Seniz Gunes, Elian Saldivar and Roger Francisco (not
Congratulations to our October
Students of the Month: Front row left to right: Deven
Batista, Sebastian Kobylarz and Adam Zeerban Back row
left to right: Christian Lopez, Ahmed Matari and Camilla
On May 6th, Ms. Wanda surprised Room 10 and her
daughter, Isis, as a mystery reader! The students had a blast as Ms.
Wanda read Fancy Nancy and the Sensational Babysitter.
April Moylan, Gabrielle's mom read two
books to Mrs. Angelillo's class.
Lamees was thrilled when her mom, Mrs.
Abdallatif read autumn themed books to her friends in Ms. Marzocca's
Join the School 11 H.S.A. and help make a
difference in the lives of our students!
You can help raise money for
School Eleven just by shopping for your favorite items at
your favorite stores. School Eleven participates in several
School Anti-Bullying Specialist: Theresa Evans, Principal (973)
470-2401 147 Merselis Avenue TEvans@cliftonschools.net
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