Grover Cleveland Elementary School

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  • Grover Cleveland teachers and support staff will offer our students every opportunity to achieve the academic, technological, social, physical, and emotional skills necessary to reach their greatest potential. As a Professional Development School in partnership with Kean University, Grover Cleveland will provide teachers and student interns opportunities to advance their teaching skills.
     

     

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    Mrs. Antzak’s sixth grade Math classes recently completed Chapter 1 –learning about numerical patterns and how to extend them.  For a project grade, students designed their own Visual Patterns, involving geometric shapes.  They will be displayed outside of our classroom! 

     

    We continue to practice PARCC-type questions: multiple choice, short constructed response and open ended.  Upcoming lesson includes decimal operations, fractions and discovering the magic of the Pascal Triangle.  Please be sure to continue to study as needed and DO YOUR HOMEWORK!!!

                                             **SPECIAL NOTE TO PARENTS: Students have been introduced to a wonderful website called BUZZMATH!!  They have their own personal user name and password that will allow them access to practice current skills we are working on in class, in addition to several other 6th grade related skills that we will practice in the future.  Feel free to access the website as often as you’d like!

     
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    Mrs. DeBarbieri’s Class

     

    The Grover Cleveland 6th grade students have continued working with the Unit Weather and Water.  After learning about weather factors and using weather tools to monitor weather conditions, the students moved onto understanding air.  The students explored with a set of materials to help them gain an understanding of the properties of air. They will then move on to using materials to design and construct a model that would help demonstrate that air has mass.

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    The 6th graders in Mrs. Cardet-Hauselt and Mrs. Espaillat classes have been working diligently in both Language Arts and Writing. Students are reading a mystery/suspense novel “Down a Dark Hall” by Lois Duncan along with various short stories written by famous authors. We are learning different literary techniques authors use like foreshadowing and irony to keep our attention throughout the novel.

    In Writing, we are finishing up personal narratives. Students have been editing and revising their stories throughout the marking period. We have been learning how to improve our writing by doing things like including realistic dialogue, creating memorable leads, and stretching out scenes to include the smaller, yet still important details! Looking ahead in Writing, students will be working on convincing literacy essays.

     

     



     
     
     
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    Grover Cleveland School Celebrates Multicultural Night


    On Wednesday, October 16, 2019, the staff and students celebrated their cultures with each other.  The South River Dance Troupe, Raizes de Portugal, came and danced for the families of Cleveland School.  They did two dance numbers, the first one was called “the Fandango” and the second dance was the Caninha.  Mrs. Smith and her Rites of Passage group presented a Libation. Students were asked to come up on stage and talk about their traditional outfits.  I AM Poems were shared by the students and we showed a video of the students saying “hello” in their various languages. In the gym, the families were encouraged to walk through and see on display different artifacts from the many different cultures that are here at Cleveland School.  Everyone was invited to the cafeteria to sample the delicious food from various cultures. The food was provided by the parents, staff, and local restaurants. A fantastic time was had by everybody!


     
     
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    Mrs. Roslyn Smith was honored at the National Council for Negro Women (NCNW) Harambee Breakfast. Mrs. Smith was honored for the community work that she does with the Youths in Rahway through the Rahway Local Organizing Committee (a mentorship program that she heads). Not only was she honored but one of the prize winners of an Essay Competition hosted by the NCNW wrote an essay telling about the impact Mrs. Smith has had on her life as well as the youths of the Rahway Community. Kudos to Mrs. Smith as she continues to lead and inspire our youths. 
     
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    Dear Parents and Families:

    Did you know? Reading just 20 minutes a day exposes your child to about 1.8 million words per year. Reading helps students develop a stronger vocabulary, and in addition, students who read for pleasure average higher grades in English, mathematics, science, and history!

    Encourage your child to read books!

     
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    Breakfast Information
    The cafeteria doors are open for breakfast from 8:00 AM to 8:20 AM. It is important that students arrive at breakfast no later than 8:20 AM in order to give them enough time to get their food and finish eating since they need to be out of the cafeteria by 8:26. Please also keep in mind that students that come to breakfast must be there to eat.

     
     
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