about 1 month ago, Fair Lawn High School
Students in Mr. Cohen's class research, designed, built, and then erupted volcano models in class.
about 1 month ago, Science & Engineering
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The Governor’s STEM Scholars is provided at no cost to participants. It is open to New Jersey-based students who will be entering 10th grade in the Fall of 2024 through doctoral level, who have a proven passion for STEM, and a GPA of 3.5 or higher. The application will close at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, June 14, 2024. All applicants will be notified by September 2, 2024 of their status. https://www.govstemscholars.com/apply
about 1 month ago, Science & Engineering
Students in Ms.Patel's 5th grade science class determined that air does in fact hold weight! They used Air Zooka Cannons to determine how the distance between an object and air released from the cannons effects how the object falls.
about 1 month ago, Science & Engineering
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Students in Ms. Haumersen's 7th and 8th grade Science class explore volcanic eruptions using soda and Mentos. This is one of many physical models students created by hand to learn about geological processes and how the Earth changes over time.
about 1 month ago, Science & Engineering
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Students in Mr. Cohen's grade 7 class at Memorial explored how sunlight is used by seeds during a hydroponic lesson.
about 1 month ago, Science & Engineering
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Superintendent Dr. Dionisio holds a new Fair Lawn Schools plaque which was constructed by FLHS student, Reina Castro in her engineering class with Ms. Angiuli. She designed the logo using online tools and she fabricated it with a 3D printer and our laser etcher.
about 1 month ago, Science & Engineering
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Fair Lawn Middle School students learn about waves. In these photos, 7th graders in Mr. Cohen's class explore electromagnetic waves using light and optics.
about 2 months ago, Science & Engineering
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Fair Lawn Schools hosted their second FAMILY STEM NIGHT last night. Our sixth grade students returned to their schools with their families and participated in various STEM activities led by some of our Middle School STEM teachers.
about 2 months ago, Science & Engineering
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Last night, Fair Lawn fifth grade students were invited back to school to participate in FAMILY STEM NIGHT. They participated in engaging science, technology, engineering and math activities with their families. MS STEM teachers hosted, and FLHS STEM Club students helped out.
2 months ago, Science & Engineering
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Sixth grade students in Fair Lawn study weather and ecology. In these photos Mr. Hahn's students brought their investigations outdoors into nature.
2 months ago, Science & Engineering
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FLHS was proud to host @usbands Indoor Percussion competition! Shout out to our FLIP team, Director Szeinberg and all our amazing Band and @FairLawnFOM parents! We looked and sounded awesome!
2 months ago, Fair Lawn High School
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Attention Grade 5 and 6 Families: Grade 5 and 6 students enrolled in Fair Lawn Schools ar invited back to their middle school with their family to experience Science, Technology, Engineering and Math activities. Grade 5 will be held on April 17th and Grade 6 will be held on May 1st. Please register to attend (see link in image).
2 months ago, Thomas Jefferson Middle School
STEM NIGHT
STEM NIGHT
Our grade 5 students in Fair Lawn explore the science of chemistry. In these photos, students in Mr. Hahn's classes at Memorial are excited to learn more about chemical properties.
3 months ago, Science & Engineering
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Students at TJMS explored their nervous system through various activities such as testing reaction time, puzzles, and brain teasers. These lessons took place during the "body systems" unit of 5th grade health and were organized by Ms. Howe, Mr. Gogerty, Mr. Samra & Ms. Wood.
3 months ago, Science & Engineering
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Congratulations to Miss Zimmer for receiving a proclamation last night at Borough Hall. This proclamation recognizes Autism Awareness Month and Miss Zimmer, along other community individuals, were selected to be representatives for Autism Awareness Month because of their commitment to their students, community leaders in the area of autism awareness and their ability to help others thrive. Miss Zimmer is a member of the Fair Lawn Access for All Committee whose mission is to promote help and support for differently abled adults. Congratulations Miss Zimmer for your dedication and commitment towards helping others, not only at TJMS, but the entire Fair Lawn Community.
3 months ago, Thomas Jefferson Middle School
Proclamation
Since the beginning of March, the 5th and 6th grade students at Memorial have been engaged in our Math March Madness IXL Challenge. Although there are still four more days of competition left, we couldn't resist sharing this exciting update. So far, the 5th and 6th grade students at Memorial have collectively answered an impressive 172,549 math questions in March! Great job, Memorial! We eagerly anticipate announcing the winning team on Thursday! A big thank you to the Memorial math team, Mrs. Minery, Mrs. Yar, Mrs. Cuevas, Mrs. Kruk, Mrs. Scaglione, Mrs. Do, Mrs. Geib, Mrs. Meccia, Mrs. Patasnik, and Mrs. Howard for leading such an engaging challenge.
3 months ago, Nancy Schwindt
On Thursday ,the first round of 7th grade Thomas Jefferson Middle School students visited the FLHS Planetarium. A great time was had by all.
3 months ago, Thomas Jefferson Middle School
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science trip