CLARK — Students at Frank K. Hehnly School in Clark are attending their first full week of classes.
Students in Nicole Parlavecchio’s fourth grade class take time from their busy morning meeting to pose for a group picture. The school will be holding their annual Back to School Night on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m.
Students in Miss Cemelli’s third grade class created a paper quilt to help remember the heroes on Sept. 11, 2001. In class, the students researched information about Sept. 11, 2001 and learned what it means to be a hero and the heroic events that happened that day. Each student used what they learned to create their very own tribute to these heroes by either drawing or writing about how much they appreciate them. Miss Cemelli states, “I was beyond impressed with research the students came up with. I can tell they truly are inspired to become heroes in their everyday lives.” Pictured are Dylan Koch, Victor Almeida, Kari Ann Mecke, Samantha Domenick, and Camille Cortazzo.
Students in Miss Parlavecchio’s fourth grade class went outside for a get to know you lesson for the beginning days of school. Students were given bingo boards that had questions in the boxes. Students had to ask one another these questions in order to find a classmate who fit that answer. For example: Whose name has 7 letters? Students were thrilled to be outside moving around and getting to know a little bit about each other in a fun way
(Photos courtesy of Clark Public Schools)
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