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
Christopher Columbus Middle School will be hosting Locks of Love
Cut-a-Thon againthis year. Our 10thannual event is set for May 18,
2015. We will be in he CCMS Media Center from 8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Individuals who would like to donate (and have at least 10 inches of
hair) will need to email email@example.com to schedule an
appointment. Professional hairstylists will be here to cut Please
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School 4 Principal's Achievement
and Most Improved Award Winners for December!
On November 25th, School 4 hosted
it's 3rd annual Multicultural Dinner Night. Over 150 people
came bringing dishes from more than 15 different countries.
The pictures below do not do justice to how wonderfully
successful this event was. Bringing together our diverse
community only serves to create a more cohesive and rich
learning experience for our students. A big thank you is in
order for all of our parents who prepared such wonderful
dishes from their home countries. Another special thank you
goes out to Mrs. Roman and Mrs. Vaz, our hard working PTO
presidents as well as the School 4 staff members who
participated. Finally, thank you to Board of Education
members Mrs. Bassford, Mrs. Pino, Mr. Daley and our
Superintendent, Mr. Tardalo for taking time out of their
busy schedules to spend time with us!
School 4 Principal's Achievement and
Most Improved Award Winners for November!
School 4 Principal's Achievement and Most
Improved Award Winners for October!
Spooky Literacy Night
School 4 celebrated another
successful Spooky Literacy Night. Mr. Habedank started the
night by reading "Where the Wild Things Are" to all of the
boys and girls who were dressed up in their Halloween
costumes. The children were then split up into groups where
they participated in various fun literacy based activites
ending with the 5th grade students participating in a mummy
wrap where they competed to see which team wrap either Mr.
Berberich or Mr. Habedank first. I would like to
thank all of the parents who attended and participated in
the many activities with their children. A special thank you
goes out to our teachers, Mrs. Celluro, Mrs. Kopko, Mrs.
Vigiletti, Ms. Reale and Mr. Berberich for helping make the
night a success. Finally a thank you to our PTO officers,
Mrs. Roman, Mrs. Vaz and Ms. Justiniano for all of their
support. I look forward to our many extracurricular events
to come. I hope to see all of our parents and students
Please continue to clip and send in Box
Tops this new school year! We thank you for your continued
School Anti-Bullying Specialist: Jason Habedank, Principal
973-470-2382 194 West Second Street JHabedank@cliftonschools.net
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