School Four continues the tradition of a neighborhood school striving for academic excellence in an atmosphere filled with warmth and enthusiasm. Our school’s diverse population provides us with wonderful opportunities to learn about many different cultures, traditions, and life styles.
School Four takes pride in an enthusiastic and dedicated staff, committed to delivering a quality education to all of our students. Here at School Four you will find an inviting and positive atmosphere with classrooms filled with motivated learners, hallways lined with colorful examples of student work, and teachers ready to tackle any challenge.
SCHOOL #4 NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
School 4 Principal's Achievement
Award Winners for the Month of February
On School Four Day, Mr. Habedank
recognized one student in every class for ACADEMIC
EXCELLENCE and one student in each class as the MOST
IMPROVED STUDENT for the month of January.
CONGRATULATIONS to all of our PRINCIPAL AWARD recipients for
the month of January!
Otto the Auto visits School Four!
Students in kindergarten, first, & second grade had the
opportunity to learn about traffic and pedestrian safety
with AAA'S remote controlled, talking car. Special THANKS to
Mr. Pete, Officer Lou, & Officer Bill for making the program
fun and informative!
"How To" Project
The second grade students at School
Four should be commended for a job well done on their "how
School 4 Math Night
School Four students and family
members gathered to participate in a collection of MATH
GAMES! Students had the opportunity to practice critical
math skills and concepts with family members while
laughing and having fun with friends! Students in grades
kindergarten through fifth grade came out to support this
fun filled night! Students in the younger grades
practiced counting, adding, comparing numbers, and making
shapes. Students in the older grades had the opportunity to
practice working with fractions and review their
multiplication and division facts! It was a SUCCESSFUL
night at School Four!
School 4 Students Take the
School Four students put on a wonderful performance for
family and friends making our annual Winter Concert a BIG
SUCCESS!! All of our students should be VERY PROUD of
themselves for all of their hard work, as it was a
performance to remember!
Happy Holidays from School 4!
Our Cultural Dinner Night
On Tuesday, November 26th, School
Four hosted its very own Thanksgiving Dinner! The
School Four staff and families from a variety of cultures
and ethnic backgrounds gathered to enjoy a multi-cultural
dinner together. Families provided a diverse selection
of dishes originating from 13 different countries.
Where else could youu have food from 5 different continents
on your plate at the same time? School Four is THANKFUL for
the wonderful experience!
Our PTO hosted another successful
PAJAMA DAY! In an attempt to raise funds for our PTO,
students came to school showing off their fashionable PJs!
Baking Fun The kindergarten students continue
their weekly tradition of baking for the letter of the
week! This week the kindergarten students were busy
measuring and mixing ingredients to make CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKIES for the letter Cc.
Reader program encourages our students in grades 2
through 5 to set reading goals to work toward and meet
throughout the marking period. The difference between
ordinary and EXTRAordinary is that little ”extra,” and the
students at School Four have done just that! The EXTRA
practice and hard work has paid off for many of our
students! School Four would like to CONGRATULATE all of the
students who met their AR marking period goals!!
Students and teachers gathered at School Four to participate
in our annual “Spooky Literacy Night”! Mr. Habedank kicked
off the “spooky night” by reading By the Light of the
Halloween Moon and then students “trick or treated” their
way around a variety of literacy activities. The successful
night ended in a heated “mummy wrap” battle between the
fifth graders and teachers of School Four! The teachers
wrapped our very own PTO president Mrs. Vaz, in toilet
paper, as the fifth graders raced to wrap one of their
classmates. Can you guess who won?
Please continue to clip and send in Box
Tops this new school year! To date, School Four earned over $650.00 for the
2012-2013 school year. We thank you for your continued
School Anti-Bullying Specialist: Jason Habedank, Interim Principal
973-470-2382 194 West Second Street JHabedank@cliftonschools.net
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