The third grade authors of the WONDERFUL WESTMORELAND NEWS who wrote the December article, "Life in Fourth Grade" drew the attention of District Science Supervisor Ron Durso and Elementary Science Specialist Lindsey Zarwi who were excited to meet with them and learn more about their inspiration for the article. Together with members of the fourth grade class, the authors shared their purpose for the article. They wanted to tell the whole school that the fourth grade classes learn about crayfish. They were excited to hear that the third grade class would soon learn about tadpoles. The fourth graders shared the excitement in learning about what crayfish eat and how they live. The students shared their career aspirations to be future scientists authors. Literacy and science overlap! Congratulations to Ms. LeGrand and her student newspaper authors!
16 days ago, Science & Engineering
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Circus Arts is back at Forrest for another year of magnificent entertainment…
16 days ago, John A. Forrest
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**Wellness Weekend** No homework/projects should be given over the weekend! Enjoy and be well!
17 days ago, Wende Pettit
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Congratulations to Memorial Middle School’s 8th grader, Zach Dassa, for winning this year’s Geography Bee. Pictured with Memorial Middle School social studies teachers: Mr. Thompson, Ms. Fife, and Mr. Foley
18 days ago, Nancy Schwindt
Geography Bee at Memorial. Winner, 8th Grader, Zach Dassa
FLHS welcomed Bergen County Prosecutor Musella to speak with our students about careers in law enforcement. Members of our SGA and Law, Debate & Model UN teams were a great audience! Thanks to @BCPONJ and Mrs. Gupta for making this happen!
18 days ago, Fair Lawn High School
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Westmoreland students and staff couldn't wait to return to school on January 2nd to learn the title of our 2023 One School One Book Project! This year's reveal assembly was filled with golden tickets and candy themed minute to win it games. Thanks to the Westmoreland PTO, our school has enjoyed this project for the past 11 years! Can you guess what we are reading THIS year???
23 days ago, Westmoreland School
One School One Book Reveal
One School One Book Reveal
One School One Book Reveal
One School One Book Reveal
This evening Dr. Ed Bertolini, Lisa Yourman, and Michael Rosenberg took their oath of office to become trustees of the Fair Lawn Board of Education. We look forward to working with you for the next three years.
24 days ago, Wende Pettit
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Tonight is the Fair Lawn Board of Education Organization Meeting. Remember...we are paperless. Scan the QR Code below OR access the agenda using this link: https://go.boarddocs.com/nj/flps/Board.nsf/Public
24 days ago, Wende Pettit
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Students at Henry B. Milnes Elementary School celebrated at their "Be Paw-sitive" luncheon. Students were recognized for exhibiting the character traits Caring & Respect. We are so proud of them. Keep up the great work!
24 days ago, Henry B. Milnes Elementary School
"Be Paw-sitive" luncheon
Lyncrest School sponsored our annual "Make the World Better with a Holiday Sweater" campaign, this year benefitting the International Dyslexia Association. Students and staff sent in donations totaling over $700 and decorated a sweater which was proudly displayed in school.
25 days ago, Lyncrest School
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On December 23, the students and staff of Memorial Middle School once again answered the school’s motto: “Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve.” Hundreds of items were donated to the American Red Cross as students teamed up to compete in the 21st Annual Volley for Charity event.
26 days ago, Nancy Schwindt
Loading the American Red Cross car with all the donations from Memorial’s students
Principal, Nancy Schwindt, accepting a plaque on behalf of the Memorial community from the American Red Cross Disaster Cycle Services recognizing the generous donations Memorial has provided for the past 21 years
Grade 5 and 6 students stand with volunteers from the American Red Cross who took time out of their day to spend the day with Memorial students and staff.
Recognition plaque from the American Red Cross to Memorial Middle School for its 21 years of generous contribution of comfort items, which go directly to individuals impacted by disasters.
Fair Lawn High School students, learn more about National Youth Science Camp. Applications are due February 28, 2023. https://www.nysacademy.org/programs/nyscamp/2023-nyscamp/
26 days ago, Science & Engineering
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Fair Lawn Public Schools wishes everyone a Happy New Year filled with health, prosperity, and happiness! Schools reopen tomorrow, Monday, January 2, 2023.
29 days ago, Wende Pettit
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Fair Lawn Public Schools wishes everyone a very happy holiday season. Enjoy this time with family and friends.
about 1 month ago, Wende Pettit
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Last week, the FLPD collected donated toys for their PBA Toy Drive. Fair Lawn students and staff were so happy to help those in need during the holiday season!
about 1 month ago, Wende Pettit
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At the December 12, 2022 monthly board meeting, President Eugene Banta and Superintendent Nick Norcia recognized outgoing trustees Vladimir Itkin (3 years) and Cindy Jo Quackenbush (15 years) for their outstanding service on the Fair Lawn Board of Education. On behalf of our staff and students, we thank you, Mr. Itkin and Ms. Quackenbush, for your leadership and dedication. Additionally, Misha Yanovsky, a post graduate student in the transition program at Fair Lawn High School, spoke and presented Ms. Quackenbush with flowers. FLASE President Mel Jerchower thanked Ms. Quackenbush for her tireless work in the Special Education Community in Fair Lawn.
about 2 months ago, Wende Pettit
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FLASE members with flowers
Under the direction of music teacher Ms. Melanie Lota, Edison students sang, rang bells, and marched around the gym performing their annual holiday concert in front of family, friends, and staff! Happy Holidays!!!
about 2 months ago, Wende Pettit
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Board Briefs from the December 12, 2022 Rescheduled Monthly Board Meeting are here!
about 2 months ago, Wende Pettit
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letterhead with black letters
Remember we are paperless! Please use the QR Code to access the agenda OR you may click on the link to view the agenda from our website. https://go.boarddocs.com/nj/flps/Board.nsf/Public
about 2 months ago, Wende Pettit
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The Fair Lawn Community School Winter – Spring 2023 Season After School & Evening Programs, Classes, and Workshops for all ages Online registration opens Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 10 am Learning, fitness, friendship, & fun! www.fairlawnschools.org/flcs
about 2 months ago, Wende Pettit
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