Scenes From Wardlaw-Hartridge School

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Changing Of The Guard … Jian Bland of Edison, Student Council President of The Wardlaw-Hartridge School, steps aside from the podium after her final morning meeting and hands over control to incoming president Aneesa Sonawalla of Edison. (Photo by Bill Jenkins of Oldwick)

Talented Trio … Ashley DaCosta of Edison, Ashley Martin of Edison and Brian Downing of Scotch Plains perform in The Wardlaw-Hartridge School’s Upper School Concert and Art Show on April 29. The evening featured the students’ best work in the fine and performing arts. (Photo by Lifetouch Photography)


Sweet Music … Ian English of Cranford, a senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, plays the trumpet in his final concert of high school while music teacher Mrs. Jane Brown of Metuchen conducts the orchestra. The Upper School Concert and Art Show was held on April 29 and featured the students’ best work in the fine and performing arts. (Photo by Lifetouch Photography)


School-wide Fundraising … Wardlaw-Hartridge eighth grade students Julia Linger of Cranford, Rida Aziz of Scotch Plains and Uditi Nichani of Scotch Plains begin the school wide fundraising effort for Japan Relief on the evening of the Upper School Concert and Art Show. (Photo by Bill Jenkins of Oldwick)

Dual Citizenship? … Matthew Raymonds of Warren, a second grader at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, bows as he receives his passport from Jesse Taylor, Coordinator, Japanese Consulate. On Thursday, April 28, members of the Japanese Consulate came from New York City to visit Mrs. Donna Pedde and Mrs. Kelly Cannizzo’s second grade classes in the Lower School. Their program promotes Japanese culture and customs and is part of the class unit on the study of Japan. (Photo by Bill Jenkins of Oldwick)


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