EDISON – Students from Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison participated in a Safety Ambassador Program, made molecular models of hydrocarbons and learned to play the ukulele.
Eight students from The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison participated in a Safety Ambassadors Summit at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital on October 8. Pictured, from left: Aditya Dalal of Scotch Plains, Emily Wexler of Scotch Plains, Mairead Forrest of Parlin, Neema Liverpool of Plainfield, Dawn Francavilla of Somerset, Co-Director of Student Life, John Pohopin of Princeton, Uditi Nichani of Scotch Plains, Nick D’Amore of Scotch Plains and Alex Barbet of Plainfield.
Shreyas Heragu of Avenel and Mike He of Edison, eighth grade algebra students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, make molecular models of hydrocarbons and used their knowledge of algebra to write a relation between the number of carbons and hydrogen atoms. The algebra students continued their study of functions on the school’s new turf field. They took on the role of an x value and graphed coordinates for linear equations, parabolas, absolute value functions and more.
Fifth grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison are all smiles after receiving their ukuleles during music class. They learned how to tune the instrument digitally and experimented by strumming a few notes.
(Photos courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge School)
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