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Announcement Archive

 
District Announcements
School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades
January 4, 2016

New Jersey Department of Education School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-bullying Bill of Rights District and School Grade Report 2014-2015.
[More Information]
School One News
2016-2017 Educator of the Year: Greg Tavoularis
January 6, 2017

Greg Tavoularis, also known as Mr. T, has been awarded the 2016-2017 Educator of the Year Award. He is totally dedicated to School 1 and his profession as a physical education teacher by providing a highly effective physical education program which included games, dance, fitness, relaxation, sportsmanship, mentoring, morning activities, fundraisers and much more. Greg has an endless amount of energy that he brings to school everyday.  He goes out of his way to support his colleagues and the students that are in his care. Greg knows how to make learning fun, through play and instruction in  a healthy and caring environment. Besides the outstanding PE program that Coach T presents, he provides a morning exercise activity to students in grade K-6 which introduces and supports children in learning, concentrating, stress relief, and most of all fun. Mr. T maintains discipline and respect through trust and kindness. Students love to come to school and see him as they are always made to feel special.

 

2016-2017 Professional of the Year: Alla Brutter
January 6, 2017

Alla Brutter has exercised kindness, professionalism and expertise throughout her 13 years as a Speech and Language Pathologist. Her ability to assist students in achieving their goals and mastering linguistic skills has been her trademark. Her in depth knowledge and strong educational background incites her colleagues to seek out her advice which is respected as well as implemented. Ms. Brutter acquires an extensive knowledge of her students simply by working with their teachers and parents on all levels, academically and personally, so as to ensure their lifelong success.

Fort Lee PARCC Schedule
December 14, 2016

School #1 Participates In Hour of Code Events During Computer Science Week, December 5-11
November 23, 2016

Hour of Code

School #1 is participating in Hour Of Code during Computer Science Education Week from December 5-11. The annual global campaign is an effort to ensure all students are equipped with valuable 21st century critical thinking and problem solving skills. Our students will be participating in events during the school day in their classrooms as well as in library class.

Giving students the confidence to understand how technology works and the ability to control it, is an increasingly important part of children’s education today. School 1 wants all students to experience how easy and empowering it is to learn programming.

Here are some videos about coding:

What is computer programming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THOEQ5soVpY&t=2s

Think like a computer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xngWoocXYCo&list=PLRu2L9J9oDFVa5LObsP87--T1mtEruhVp

Code.org video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STRPsW6IY8k

If your children would like to start coding at home, they can visit the website www.code.org. Students are excited about computer programming and are looking forward to the events planned for December 5-11.

 
Thank you, Pam Gunther!
November 17, 2016

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On November 15th, Pam Gunther, owner of Fit and Fun Playscapes, met with the fifth and sixth grade G&T students from Schools No. 1 and No. 3 to support this year’s “Art of Play” unit of study. While this is a design challenge for the fifth graders, the sixth graders were invited to attend because they will be providing input and insights as the teams work through their designs. Mrs. Gunther will continue with follow-up “work” sessions during the project, which will culminate in team presentations to a panel of judges. The “winning” team’s design will be manufactured by her company and the game/activity stencil will be painted on the playgrounds of Schools No. 1 and No. 3 for all to enjoy!

Thank you to the Fort Lee School District for supporting this project!

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Environmental Club- Hydroponic System
November 4, 2016


School 1 is excited to participate in a new hydroponic growing system through the support of FLEF. 
Mrs. Minutolo and the 6th graders, along with members of the Environmental Club, will use the system to sustainably grow a variety of vegetables and plants. Throughout the process, they will research the benefits and disadvantages of hydroponic farming and enjoy the tasty fruits of their labor. 

Thank you Mayor Sokolich and Mr. Mignone!
November 3, 2016
On November 1st, Mayor Mark Sokolich and Borough Engineer, Mr. Ed Mignone, met with the fifth and sixth grade G&T students from Schools No. 1 and No. 3 to support this year’s Community Passive Park/Garden Design project. The mayor provided information regarding the property that is being donated to Fort Lee by the Luppino family and spoke about his vision for the park. Mr. Mignone provided tax and zoning maps and started to get the students to think like engineers who will solve problems inherent to this design process project. Mr. Mignone will continue with follow-up “work” sessions during the project, which will culminate in team presentations to a panel of judges. One aspect or more of the “winning” team’s design will be incorporated into the actual town plans. 
 

 
Jump Rope for Heart
October 25, 2016
School One raised just under $6,000 for Jump Rope for Heart! Event organizer Mr Tavoularis is pictured with American Heart Association volunteer and heart transplant recipient John Domato. They are with third grade student Lucas Feliciano who raised $1,690 for the event. Click here to see amazing photos from the event!
15 Minute Child Break
October 14, 2016
As part of the Stigma-Free initiative, Fort Lee High School will be hosting the “15 Minute Child Break” presentation led by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey on Wednesday, October 26th at 6:30PM in the high school auditorium. This informative presentation discusses ways in which parents can prevent child and adolescent substance abuse while strengthening family connections. All parents of students in grades K-12 are invited to attend.
Kristi Yamaguchi Spreads 'Kindness' in School 1
October 6, 2016
Thank you Kristi Yamaguchi for coming to School 1 to read your amazing new children's book "Cara's Kindness"
Your hard work over the years is true motivation and inspiration to all of us! 
Jump Rope For Heart
October 6, 2016
Dear Parent/Guardian,

It's time for Jump Rope for Heart!! This is an American Heart Association program that teaches students in 38,000 schools nationwide valuable lessons that will last a lifetime. Jump Rope for Heart will be taking place in School 1 on October 20th.

State Assessment Information
September 30, 2016
Dear School No. 1 Parents and Guardians,


Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7C-6.6, beginning in the Fall of 2016 school districts and charter schools must, by October 1 of each year, provide parents or guardians certain information on any State assessment or commercially developed standardized assessment that will be administered in that school year.  Therefore, the following represents the standardized assessment schedule for the Fort Lee Elementary Schools in the Spring of 2017:


 
Assessment Subject Area Administration Date Grades Covered Requirement Results Available
 
PARCC ELA & Math
Testing Window: Grades 3 - 8 N/A September 2017
PARCC ELA Grades 3-8
PARCC Math Grades 3-8
April 24, 2017-May 19, 2017      
 
NJ ASK Science Grade 4
NJ ASK Science Grade 4
May 31, 2017 Grade 4 N/A N/A
  Make Up Date: June , 7,
2017
     
 
*If a student is permitted extra time or any other accommodations by their IEP, parents/guardians should contact their guidance office for additional details on accommodations and accessibility. 
 
*The links in this document will provide additional information such as sample test questions.  
 September 29, 2016
 
 
School One Receives "Little Free Library" from FLHS National Honor Society
June 23, 2016
The National Honor Society has long been known as an organization that values scholarship, leadership, service, and character among its members. Each year local chapters select community projects that reflect these four pillars, and seek to fill a need within the greater community. This year’s cohort of students worked on a year long project dedicated to supporting community literacy during the summer months. The students assembled, decorated, and dedicated four “Little Free Library” lending libraries to each of the local elementary schools just in time for summer vacation. Each Little Free Library will allow school aged children access to reading materials all summer long, even if they are not able to get to the town’s public library. The Little Free Library program was started as a passion project 2009 with one free standing library in Hudson, Wisconsin. Since that time the program has become an international, non-profit with libraries spanning the globe. The mission of the Little Free Library program is “To promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide and to build a sense of community as we share skills, creativity and wisdom across generations.” Little Free Library How it Works: “Take a Book - Return a Book” “A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange. They come in many shapes and sizes, but the most common version is a small wooden box of books. Anyone may take a book or bring a book to share. If you want to give a few books, simply put them in a Little Free Library book exchange near you.” Students and families are encouraged to share books they love with the local community by donating well loved copies. Little Free Libraries require no library card, no book fines, and no limits on how many books can be borrowed at time. Each local library at Schools 1, 2, 3 , and 4 were designed in conjunction with the building librarians and principals to reflect the interests and values of each building and local community. Members of the the Fort Lee community are encouraged to peek inside the libraries this summer when they are traveling around town, and see what each unique library has to offer. Books can be borrowed from one library and returned to another. The only rules of the Little Free Library system are to be kind to the lending libraries, and to leave as much as you take. Each local Little Free Library has a unique charter number that will be added to the international Little Free Library locator map. Book drives and donation days will be sustained by future National Honor Society cohorts to maintain the initiative. For more information about the Little Free Library project please go to www.littlefreelibrary.org or contact Ms. Baker at bbaker@flboe.com.
2015-2016 Teacher of the Year: AnnMarie Corcione
May 19, 2016
AnnMarie Corcione has been a teacher at School One for five years teaching Pre-k through first grades. As a special education teacher she has worked with a variety of students in various settings. At this point her greatest accomplishment has been the ability to help children feel success in the general education classroom. She has developed behavior plans and multi-sensory learning experiences to help them with their academics, emotions, and social skills. She has watched students struggle with letter sounds and then see them put the sounds together to read a word. The moment her students feel success and not frustration, is that "ah ha" moment most teachers wait for.  For this and much more the School One staff is proud to recognize AnnMarie Corcione as our "Teacher of the Year".
2015-2016 Educational Services Professional of the Year: Barbara Costa
May 19, 2016
Barbara Costa has been a teacher at School One for 16 years teaching various grade levels and is well-respected in her position as a reading specialist for the primary grade levels. Her enthusiasm and expertise in her approach with youngsters who struggle with reading is most instrumental in helping these children meet with success.  Her upbeat and positive attitude is contagious not only with the students that are entrusted unto her care, but also among her colleagues.  She is a true asset to School One. It is no wonder as to why she was selected as The Educational Services Professional of the Year.
School No. 1 School Anti-Bullying Coordinator
October 11, 2016

Marisa Buonomo, Guidance Counselor
250 Hoym Street
Fort Lee, New Jersey 07024
201-585-4620;1503
mbuonomo@flboe.com
Fun Fall Festvial
October 9, 2014
Join us on Saturday, October 25th for our Fun Fall Festival from 11-4PM (Rain Date 10/26). For $10.00 you get a wristband for unlimited play on the Bouncy Houses, Slides, and games. Food from vendors may also be purchased at the festival. We hope to see you there!
BOKS Program
September 22, 2014
     School No. 1 PTA is proud to announce the BOKS Program. It will begin in October of this year with Mr. T. and Mrs.Cuccaro as advisors. We will be running two sessions this year. Each Session will be 36 classes and each class will run from 7:15 to 8:15A.M.
Session 1  K-1 will begin on Oct. 14, 2014 and runs two days a week up until Jan. 22, 2014.
          Grades 2-6 will begin on Oct.13, 2014 and runs 3 days/week until Jan. 23, 2015
Session 2 K-1 runs from February 24 to May 21, 2015 two days/ week.
Grades 2-6 runs from Feb. 23, 2015 until May 27, 2015.  
                 Registration fees:  K-1=$50/ session         Grades 2-6=$70/session
Registration now open.. If you would like to register you can fill out the registration form and bring it to school with a check made out to “School No. 1 PTA”.  Visit the BOKS website: www.schoolno1boks.weebly.com
6th Grade Spirit Cruise
June 9, 2014
  On Wednesday, School 1's 6th Grade will take a Spirit Cruise on the Hudson River passing the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Students on the trip will receive a WHITE School 1 T-Shirt that they must wear. Students must also wear sneakers. Enjoy the trip!
2014 Spring Concert
May 13, 2014
Our 2014 Spring Concert will take place TONIGHT in the Fort Lee High School Auditorium at 7:00PM. Please make every effort to attend and see our Chorus, Strings, and Band students perform.
6th Grade Moving Up
June 4, 2014
 School One's Moving Up Ceremony will take place on June 20th at 9:30AM, in our all purpose room. Due to our limited space availibility, we request that all families be mindful when inviting guests. Immediately following the ceremony, refreshments will be served in our Library.
Follow Us On Twitter!
June 4, 2014
 Follow School 1 on Twitter @School1Knights for up-to-date information on Knights Basketball, Concerts and more School One information. Click Here For The Twitter
Banner Signing For the 2014 NJ Speical Olmypics
May 16, 2014
  Next week, School 1 students will have the opportunity to sign a banner supporting the 2014 Special Olympics New Jersey. For just $1.00 students can show support for the athletes competing by signing our 6ft banner created by our art teacher Ms. Suh and hanging in our front lobby. For more information visit the Special Olympics 2014 Website at: https://www.2014specialolympics.org/
What's Happing In G&T
May 7, 2014
  As we previously mentioned, The Modern which is being built on Park Ave. here in Fort Lee, has provided our 5th and 6th grade Gifted and Talented (G&T) students across the district an opportunity to design a bench for the park that will be available for all Fort Lee residents. The students have rendered their designs and they will soon be judged and a winner will be picked.  The winner's design will then be fabricated and this new work of art will be placed somewhere in the park. Stay tuned for a picture of the bench selected and its designers.
Mrs. Hernandez Gets New "Recorders"
May 7, 2014
DonorsChoose.Org has been a favorite website for School No.1 Teachers. Once again, Ms. Lisandra Hernandez has recently earned funding for a classroom project called "Instruments For Special Needs Children". She will soon be receiving two (2) Bass Resonator Bars and twelve (12) Flutophones. Thank you to all who donated!
Governor's Teacher of the Year
April 22, 2014
School 1 is really excited as Ms. Amy Grossmann, 4th grade inclusion teacher, has been selected as the Bergen County Governor's teacher of the Year from Fort Lee.  Ms. Grossmann will be attending a luncheon on  Thursday, May 29, 2014 at The Fiesta.
4th Grade Mock Trial
April 22, 2014
The Mock Trial case entitled "My Son Does Arson?" which was submitted to the New Jersey Law Center contest by the grade four students of School No. 1 has received first place honors this year!

The fourth grade students have been invited to perform a skit of their winning case at the New Brunswick Law Center on May 27Th for an audience of peers from other school districts.  An actual judge will be presiding over the cases being presented.

The grade 3 G&T students from School No. 1 are invited to participate as audience jury members!  This will provide a unique opportunity for the third grade students to be engaged in aspects of the legal process while supporting fellow students.  It will also help them decide if they would like to participate in this contest next year as fourth graders.
DARE Basketball
March 31, 2014
Congratulations to our School 1 DARE team in defeating School 4 on Friday evening at the DARE Tournament. Score 36-24. #KnightsNation
2014 D.A.R.E Basketball Tournament
March 6, 2014
Congrads to our #KnightsBasketball team for defeating School 3 with a final score of 25-9. See the #KnightsBasketball team play tonight @ Fort Lee High School with a 7:45 game start against School 4, the defending champions. #KnightsNation
Follow us on Twitter!
March 27, 2014
 Folllow the #Knights on Twitter for score updates, and School 1 insite! @School1Knights
D.A.R.E Basketball Ice Cream Sale
March 5, 2014
 The School One D.A.R.E Basketball Team will have an ice cream sale TODAY, Thursday, March 6th, 2014. Each ice cream flavor costs $2.00 each. Come support your Knights and see them in action March 26 and March 28th. Go Knights!!! 
School #1 2013-2014 Yearbook- Order Online
March 11, 2014
The School #1 Yearbook for 2013-2014 is available to order online for delivery in June. Order before March 31st, to receive a discounted price of $22.00 per copy.

Yearbooks are available at www.schoolannual.com. Click on the Buy My Yearbook button. Scroll to find school FORT LEE #1 ELEMENTARY. Please provide Teacher & Homeroom (ex K-GM OR 5-B).

NOTE: All 6th graders will automatically receive a copy of the yearbook courtesy of the PTA. 6th graders do not need to place an order.
NJASK Parent Workshop
March 5, 2014
Next Thursday, March 13th at School 1, there will be a NJASK Parent Workshop in our APR 7:00PM. Child supervision and refreshments will be served. Please make every effort to attend.
Brain Pop
February 27, 2014
School One would like to thank the Fort Lee Education Foundation for providing us with 1 year of Brain Pop! Brain Pop is an animated educational site for students. It covers all content areas including ESL. It also provides homework help, leveled quizzes, games, and activities for kids. It is an exceptional resource for teachers. All students can log-on using their provided log-on and password. 
What's Happening In G&T
December 11, 2013
5th and 6th grade G&T students had a visit from Mayor Mark Sokolich and Victor Cividini on December 11th. Mr.Cividini from SJP Developers (in relation to redevelopment Area #5) visited the students to share with them basic knowledge of the current development site in order to understand the possible effects that the development may have on the town of Fort Lee. This was necessary as teams will be created to design the most innovative, yet functional ¨seating" product for the specified area within the new development. Stayed tuned to see the evolution of this project.
Holiday Concert 2013
November 22, 2013
Fort Lee School 1 is having a Holiday Concert. We invite you to come and join us at the Fort Lee High School on Wednesday, December 18th at  7:00 PM.  During the concert the orchestra, chorus, band and strings will perform. Please make sure your child wears black pants or skirt, black shoes, and a plain white button down shirt. Chorus boys, please wear a red or holiday tie. Students that are performing must be there by 5:45 PM in the band and chorus rooms. Children performing in band or strings bring music.

Holiday Book Fair
December 11, 2013
Join us at our Holiday Book Fair! Students will have the opportunity to buy books on Wednesday-Friday during school hours. Our Family Sale will take place on Wednesday, December 11Th from 6:00-7:30PM. Cash or check only. Checks payable to ¨School 1 PTA¨ . 
Author Visits
November 22, 2013
   Author Faye De Muyshondt visited School One during the PTA meeting on Wednesday. Ms. DeMuyshondt spoke about her book, SocialSKLZ, tools needed to thrive in the modern world. Faye has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, and The Wall Street Journal. She was also a professor at NYU Media, Culture, and Communications in addition to being a professer at Fordham University.


Movie/Pajama Night!
November 21, 2013
  Join your friends and family at the PTA's Movie Night!!! On Friday, December 6 at 7:00-9:00PM we will show the hit movie Monster's University! Tickets cost $2.00 each and snacks will be on sale for $1.00. An adult MUST accompany all children.  Wear you pajamas and bring your sleeping bags!!!
Harvest Hop Dance For Grades K-3
November 21, 2013
   On Friday Nov. 21,2013 our PTA will hold their annual "Harvest Hop Dance" for grades K-3 in our APR. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPIED BY AN ADULT. We hope to see you there!

3 Screens Assembly Program
October 29, 2013
  Today, students will see the 3 Screens Production Company's "Action Hero" Anti-Bullying Assembly. The program will be presented on 3 Projection Screens. The assembly is made possible thanks to our SADD Organization.
PTA Pumpkin Sale
October 23, 2013
  On Thursday, Sugar Pumpkins will be on sale after lunch in the main lobby. Pumpkins cost $5.00 each, 1 pumpkin per student please. All proceeds benefit our PTA.
Principal's Message
August 26, 2013
   October 1st is Back To School Night. Parents of K-1st grades should arive by 6:45 and report to the APR. Parents of students in grades 2-4 should arrive at 7:15 and report to the APR. Parents of students in grades 5-6 should report to the Library for opening remarks. This is a Parent's night, please do not bring your child/children. 
   
  
PTA Membership Update
August 26, 2013
 The School No.1 PTA is proud to announce that 100% of the faculty and staff have contributed and joined our PTA! It makes us truly proud to be in partnership with a school community who values a home and school relationship.

School Performance Report
January 30, 2014
The School Performance Reports were developed with the input of stakeholders across the state and provide a significant amount of new data to present a more complete picture of school performance, with the ultimate aim to help schools and stakeholders engage in local goal setting and improvement. Among others, this includes metrics at all grade levels to identify the extent of which students are demonstrating skills and behaviors indicative of college and career readiness.
The State Department of Education has set statewide performance targets, School 1 is proud to share our 2012-2013 results with you.
 
School 1’s Academic Performance is VERY HIGH when compared to schools across the state. Additionally, its Academic Performance is VERY HIGH when compared to its peers. Our school’s College and Career readiness is about Average when compared to schools across the state. Additionally, its College and Career readiness is High when compared to its peers. Our Student Growth Performance is Very High when compared to schools across the state. Additionally, our Student Growth Performance is Very High when compared to its peers.
 
School 1 outperformed 93% of the schools statewide and 99% of schools educating students with similar demographic characteristics in the performance area of Academic Achievement. Additionally, school 1 is meeting 100% of its performance targets in the area of Academic Achievement. (Academic Achievement measures the content knowledge students have in language arts literacy and math).
 
School 1 outperformed 51% of schools statewide and 61% of schools educating students with similar demographic characteristics in the performance area of College and Career Readiness. (College and Career Readiness measures the degree to which students are demonstrating behaviors that are indicative of future attendance and/or success in college and careers. For All elementary and middle schools, this includes a measurement of how many students are chronically absent)
 
School 1 outperformed 100% of schools statewide and 100% of schools educating students with similar demographic characteristics in the performance area of Student Growth. Additionally, School 1 is meeting 100% of its performance targets in the area of Student Growth. (Student Growth measures the performance of students from one year to the next on the NJASK in Language Arts and Math when compared to students with a similar history of performance on NJASK)
 
Congratulations to the highly effective professional teaching staff at School 1 for their unwavering commitment to excellence in education, as well as our dedicated and motivated students’ performance.
 
 Well Done.

School 1 School Performance Report Summary
April 15, 2013

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Following this letter, please find a summary overview of the New Jersey Department of Education Performance Report for your child’s school.

The new School Performance Reports build upon and replace the previous annual School Report Cards and provide schools and the public with information about school performance in the 2011-2012 school year.  These reports, as outlined in New Jersey's NCLB flexibility request, were developed with the input of stakeholders across the state in both informal conversations and through a workgroup that included representatives from the NJEA, New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association (NJPSA), New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA), New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) and the New Jersey Parent Teacher Association (NJPTA). As compared to the former School Report Cards, these reports provide a significant amount of new data in order to present a more complete picture of school performance, with the ultimate aim of helping schools and stakeholders engage in local goal setting and improvement. Among others, this includes metrics at all grade levels to identify the extent to which students are demonstrating skills and behaviors indicative of college and career readiness.

In addition, the reports include for the first time a "peer school comparison" for each school in the state. This tool replaces the outdated and often inaccurate District Factor Group (DFG), and compares schools with similar grade configurations that are educating students with similar demographic characteristics such as free/reduced lunch eligibility, limited English proficiency or special education program participation. This data provides information about how similar schools are performing to help identify strengths and areas for improvement. Together with additional data available in NJSMART, we hope that this publication provides the opportunity to have meaningful conversations around goal setting at the school and district level for the coming year.

For the first time, the Performance Reports include data on whether students are on track for college and career including the percentage of students chronically absent, students taking at least one AP test, and the percentage of students taking the SAT and PSAT.   Measures of student growth are also included for the first time, utilizing the Student Growth Percentile (SGP) methodology.  SGP creates a measure of how students progressed in grades 4 through 8 on the NJASK language arts literacy and math assessments when compared to other students with a similar NJASK test score history.  A short video explaining the SGP methodology can be found here: http://www.state.nj.us/education/njsmart/performance.

As educators have long stated, looking at proficiency levels alone do not provide a complete picture of school performance because students and schools all begin at different starting points.  By partnering that proficiency data with growth information, these new reports can help educators identify where, for example, students are demonstrating low proficiency but high growth, or, conversely, high proficiency but low growth.

The school performance reports will be released to the public in the coming weeks.

Rosemary Giacomelli
Principal
School 1

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This school's academic performance is very high when compared to schools across the state. Additionally, its academic performance is very high when compared to its [DFG] peers… This school's student growth performance is very high when compared to schools across the state. Additionally, its student growth performance is very high when compared to its peers.”
 
-NJ School Performance Report-
 
Achievements                                                                               
 
·         School 1 outperformed 89% of schools statewide and its peer group in Academic Achievement. 
·         School 1 outperformed 85% of schools statewide and its peer group in Student Growth Performance. 
·         School 1 met 100% of their performance targets in both Language Arts Literacy and Mathematics. 
·         In the area of Language Arts Literacy, School 1 performed in the 81st percentile when compared to schools across the state. 
·         In the area of Mathematics, School 1 performed in the 88th percentile when compared with schools across the state.



 

Spring Break
March 28, 2013
Just a reminder........School reopens on Thursday, April 4th.  See you then!!
Bullying Poster Contest
April 5, 2013
We are proud to announce that 3 students from School 1 have made it to the finals of the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Poster Contest. They are:  Lauren Muller-K, Tiffany Kim-3rd grade and Ali AlNashar 4th grade.  Congratulations to all three.  Please help us by voting for our student's posters.  K-#2, 3rd gr #3 and 4th gr. #3. You can vote by going to www.bcpo.net  Good luck to all.....
Ms. Hernandez Gets The Drum
March 28, 2013
Donorschoose.org has struck again. Ms. Lisandra Hernandez met her goal of raising $209.40 for a Percussion Rain Forest Gathering Drum.  Congratulations goes out to her.


PTA Book Fair
March 6, 2013
The 2013 PTA Book Fair opens on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 and extends through March 18, 2013. All students will have opportunity to visit the fair during the school day. Parents are invited to attend the fair on Tuesday March 12, 2013 between the hours of 3:00PM to 6:00PM. Due to the weather on Friday 3/8 books were not delivered therefore extended time has been arranged.
Harlem Wizards
March 11, 2013
Today King Author from the the Harlem Wizards came as an introduction to the basketball game against the Fort Lee Faculty All-Stars, which will be played on, Wednesday, March 13 at Fort Lee High School at 7:00. The doors open at 6:00P.M. We hope to see you there!!!
Parent Teacher Conference
March 7, 2013
 Parent Teacher Conferences are scheduled March 13th through March 15th. There will be 1PM dismissals for all 3 days. LUNCH WILL NOT BE SERVED!  STUDENTS MUST BE PICKED UP AT 1:00pm!
"Living Abe Lincoln" Assembly
February 21, 2013
 Today's assembly titled "The Living Abe Lincoln"  will provide all students with a historical journey through the eyes of President Lincoln.  Thank you to the PTA and all the parents who help support our programs!!! 
School 1 Safety Patrol
February 19, 2013
Approximately 60, 5th and 6th grade students, help supervise our K-3 students during lunch and recess. Their main objective is to be a supplemental support for the lunch aides, helping to escort children to bathrooms and to the nurse and be watchful on the playground. The progam is supported by AAA and is lead by our guidance counselor, Mrs. Buonomo.
Parents and Teachers Working Together
January 16, 2013
Congratulations to school 1 faculty on their 100% participation in the School 1 PTA.  This commitment proves the dedication of the faculty to the enrichment of all students through educational programs provided by the PTA.
Get Veggiecated!!!
February 22, 2013
Get Veggiecated at Whole Foods Market in Edgewater on March 22nd from 4:00-5:00 with FREE Kids Cooking Classes!!! This program is educational,tasty, healthy and FUN!!! Get Veggiecated!!!
PTA Snowflake Dance
February 7, 2013
The Snowflake Dance is tonight Feb. 15th from 7-9 P.M
The Cat In the Hat Comes To School 1
February 1, 2013
We are celebrating Dr.Seuss's Birthday on February 7th, beginning at 10:00A.M. The program is for Kindergarten to 2nd Grade. Happy Birthday Dr.Seuss!!!
Important Information
February 15, 2013
Parents...Due to our revised safety and security measures, I am requesting that you drop off your children at the door and please do not attempt to enter the building unless you need to speak to the principal, nurse, front office staff or the extended day coordinator. We will always be available to speak with you and I'm sure you understand the necessity to follow this directive. Thank you, Mrs. Giacomelli
PTA Snowflake Dance
January 28, 2013
 School 1 PTA will be hosting a "Snowflake Dance" on February 8th, from 7-9 PM.
Cost: $8.00 per student- NO CASH -checks MUST be payable to School 1 PTA.
Sign Up: Students should sign up no later than February 1st. You MUST have permission slip to attend.
NJASK Tutoring Parent Meeting
January 11, 2013

All parents whose students attend the after/before school tutoring program should attend this valuable meeting on Thursday, Jan. 24th at 6:45 in the library of School 1. For your convenience there is a PTA meeting following at 7:30 with an outstanding program on "Safety Now". Please see announcement under School 1 heading.

PTA Meeting
January 4, 2013
There will be at PTA Meeting on January, 24th at 7:30P.M in the APR.  We will have a presentation on internet safety, cyber-bullying and school safety. As a reminder to us all, necessary precautions should always be adhered to.  Presenters Officer Pat Kissane and Det. Howie Ginsberg will walk us through safety and security issues we need to know.  Please mark this date on your calendar.  Adults only.  If child care is needed please contact the School 1 office by Tuesday, Jan. 22nd so we can make accommodations.
2012 Holiday Show Streaming Video
December 20, 2012
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/school-holiday-concert-12-20-12

This is the URL to hear the concert in it's entirity AM and PM performance.

ENJOY!!
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