Located in the "Heart of the Community," Clifton's Lakeview District, School 11 is the oldest standing structure of the Clifton Public Schools. This old, meticulously maintained structure is devoted to providing its children with only the most modern curricular and technological advancements in the arts and sciences.
School 11's service to the community is reknown. St. Jude Hospital's Math-a-thon, Pennies for Leukemia Patients, Jump Rope for Heart, Friends to the Animals (Clifton's Animal Shelter), Toy Drive for the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation, are just a few of our children's school-wide philanthropic causes.
Our talented, dedicated staff is concerned with providing each child with the tools and social, emotional, and academic growth they will need to contribute and succeed in the world's competitive marketplace of the future.
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SCHOOL 11 TRICKY TRAY!!!
Tickets are now on sale for our Tricky
Tray which will be held on Friday, January 23, 2015 at the Boys &
Girls Club of Clifton. Doors open 7:00 p.m. Admission is $10.00
per ticket and includes a sheet of small prize tickets, coffee and
cake. Tables will be reserved for parties of 10 or more. Tickets
will not be sold at the door. For further information please call
Maria at 973-546-5111. Thank you for your support!
The students and staff truly
enjoyed the show presented by Grand Falloons. Thanks to
Professor Winklebottom we all understand the importance of
recycling and protecting our planet. Thank you Clean
Communities and the School Eleven HSA for making it all
School Eleven's Second Annual
Reading under the Stars was a great success despite the
unseasonably cold temperatures. Students and their families
enjoyed Star Lab, the district-owned mobile, inflatable
planetarium, built their own marshmallow constellations,
entered the Black Hole Reading Nook and learned about the
moon and telescopes during mini-tutorials presented by staff
in several classrooms. The North Jersey Astronomical Group
(NJAG) kindly volunteered their services, setting up several
telescopes on the grounds outside, offering everyone a
glimpse of the heavens above.
Each year, first grade students
participate in a school-family connection project that
entails creatively decorating their turkey utilizing
materials found at home. Pictured below are Gia Delgado
with her "Frozen" turkey and Hilmi Shaabneh with his "Ninja
thanks to the Clifton Fire Department for their recent visit
to School Eleven to teach students about fire safety.
Otto the Auto came to School
Eleven to teach K-2 students about car safety.
representative from the Kessler Foundation's “Think First” program
discussed important information about injury prevention and safety
with fourth grade students. The presenter, a survivor of a spinal
cord injury, shared his personal experience and reviewed safety
precautions with the children.
Miss Marzocca's Kindergarten class
welcomed Mrs. Aljibawi who read "The Very Hungry
Caterpillar". The class learned about the caterpillar's
transformation into a beautiful butterfly! They are so
excited to learn more about butterflies in the Spring!
Special guest Mrs. Johnson read We
Eat Dinner in the Bathtub and Hiccups for Elephants in Ms.
Mrs. Aljibawi read a story called Monsters to Mrs.
Mystery Reader, Mr. Hinostroza,
read The Gingerbread Man in Miss Marzocca's class.
Ms. Hamker's Kindergarten class
welcomed Jayden Miles's grandmother, Ms. Hatzigeorziou, who
read I Love You With All My Heart.
Miss Marzocca's Kindergarten class
had their first Mystery Reader! Valeria's mom, July
Hernandez, read Capybaras, Fall Leaves Fall, and Amelia
Bedilia's First Apple Pie. The students had a great time
listening to the seasonal stories!
Mrs. Angelillo's Kindergarten class welcomed
Mystery Reader Mrs. Henriquez. Much to her son Kevin's delight she
read The Berenstain Bears Visit the Dentist and Santiago the
Buddy Benches at School Eleven are a great addition to our Learning
Garden. Students were thrilled to put them to the test on Monday,
October 6th, the first day of the Week of Respect.
Join the School 11 H.S.A. and help make a
difference in the lives of our students!
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