School 15 was originally built in 1921. We are located in the Dutch Hill section of Clifton, whose founding members were predominantly Dutch settlers. School 15 is a microcosm of the surrounding community. Approximately three hundred and fifty students experienced life in School 15 this year. Our population also allows us to blend the combined experiences of so many different children and cultures.
Our emphasis is on aligning the curriculum with the core content standards and enhancing each student's educational experience in order to maximize their performance as a student in school and as a citizen in our community. Every day at School 15 provides each child an opportunity to develop the necessary skills in becoming lifelong learners.
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING! In celebration
of Thanksgiving, our 1st grade students along with their
parents created Apple Turkeys. Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Betsy and Ms.
Vangieri's students dressed their turkey with all the
READING UNDER THE STARS:
Reading Under the Stars at School 15 is a night that brings
1st and 4th graders together, along with their parents, to
get acquainted with the wonders of the universe. The night
consisted of visiting four "space stations" where different
activities were performed. Students were able to look
through telescopes on our playground to see the moon, stars,
Venus, Mars and constellations. There was also a "hands-on"
moon phase activity using Oreo cookies and popsicle
sticks. In addition, the children transformed themselves
into "Space Kidettes" by creating their own astronaut helmet
craftivity. Students and parents took a break in between
stations to cozy up with books about space and enjoyed a
snack. The night was a "BLAST"... right off into space!
School 15 Staff celebrated
Halloween in Disney Fashion. All wore a costume from a
School 15 Halloween Fun!
Carol Dweck - A Study on Praise
and Mindsets. For over a decade Carol Dweck and her team
studied the effects of praise on students. This study
involved a series of experiments on over 400 5th graders
from all over the country.
Approved CBOE. This data is for educational and informational purposes only! It is subject to change and is not represented to be error free.
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