Scenes From Wardlaw-Hartridge School

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EDISON- Here are photos from some recent events at Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison:

SPANISH HONOR STUDENTS … Esther Faus of Princeton, Middle School Spanish teacher at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, presented students with medals and certificates of achievement for their performance on the National Spanish Exam. Medal winners, from left: Claire Greaney of Scotch Plains (Bronze), Anisa Ahmed of Scotch Plains and Jessie Maier of Rahway (Silver) and Sydney Hughes of Parlin (Gold). (Photo by Rudy Brandl of Fanwood/Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

BASKET WINNERS … Four students won baskets in a Middle School fundraising raffle conducted at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School. The Middle School raised more than $800 and plans to increase its contribution for $1,000 to the MicroDreams Foundation, which is managed by 1981 alumnus Greg Casagrande. Winners, from left to right: Lauren Kisare of Bridgewater (Entertainment), Lily Helander of Westfield (Fun), Ciara Varley of Woodbridge (W-H) and Claude Djan of Scotch Plains (Evening Out). (Photo by Rudy Brandl of Fanwood/Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

READ TO ME … Kaeli Montague of Nutley, a fifth grade student at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, reads to Kindergarten student Hannah Yin of Scotch Plains during a fifth grade buddies activity on May 18. The students took their favorite books and enjoyed a beautiful read in the school’s courtyard. (Photo by Rudy Brandl of Fanwood/Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

 

YOUNG AUTHORS … Kapriana Payami of Scotch Plains and Jayne Ritter of Westfield, first grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, shared their fairy tales and dressed the part during their class Publishing Ball on May 17. Once upon a time, first graders read many different versions of Cinderella including stories from around the world. Once they heard all of these tales, they were eager to write their own version of Cinderella. They went through the entire writing process, working to include magic elements, good and evil, morals and figurative language. The first grade teachers typed up the enchanting stories and the students added colorful illustrations. The books were bound into cardboard castle covers and to celebrate their big accomplishment, the first grade classes held a Publishing Ball and the children dressed in fairy tale clothing and enthusiastically shared their fairy tales with their royal audience. (Photos by Rudy Brandl of Fanwood/Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

LET’S BUILD A COMPUTER … An Vu of Colonia, a senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School who completed an internship with the school’s technology department, demonstrates how to build a computer from scratch to seventh grade students in Tom Gilbert’s science class on May 21. Students were given an empty case and all of the required components to put together their computer. (Photo by Rudy Brandl of Fanwood/Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

ROCK STARS … Milika Griffiths of Edison belted out a powerful version of Who You Are with Billy Nolan of Colonia on guitar during the third annual Cookin’ Cabaret at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison. The school community enjoyed a spectacular free night of music and food and more than 200 guests filled the All Purpose Room for a Wild West barbecue dinner and 20 great musical performances from talented Upper School students. (Photo courtesy of The Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

DYNAMIC DUO … Alyssa Kennedy of Elizabeth sang You and Me by Lifehouse with Kimberly Son of Woodbridge playing guitar during the third annual Cookin’ Cabaret at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison. The school community enjoyed a spectacular free night of music and food and more than 200 guests filled the All Purpose Room for a Wild West barbecue dinner and 20 great musical performances from talented Upper School students. (Photo courtesy of The Wardlaw-Hartridge School)


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