Photos From Wardlaw-Hartridge School

EDISON — Wardlaw-Hartridge School students recently attended a leadership conference, performed in a classical concert and learned about safety. (Photos courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge School)


Eleven sophomore girls at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School attended the 10th annual young women’s conference My Journey, My Voice: Empowering Young Women on Wednesday, Dec. 4. It was a day filled with interactive and educational workshops. Students who attended included Cecily D’Amore of Scotch Plains, Charlotte Sweeney of Cranford, Dana Afflu of Edison, Arianna Caiola of Westfield, Sydney Hughes of Parlin, Tal Sherman of Plainfield, Sonali Shah of Edison, Alex Garces of North Brunswick, Anisa Ahmed of Scotch Plains, Antonia Santangelo of Rahway and Makena Mugambi of Edison.

Calvary Kids

The Wardlaw-Hartridge School Concert Choir, under the direction of Sharon Byrne, joined the Calvary Chorale to present J.S. Bach’s Magnificat on Nov. 24 at Calvary Episcopal Church in Summit. The Concert Choir also performed If Music Be the Food of Love (David Dickau) and MadJazz sang Echo Song (Orlando di Lasso). Soloists included Brianna Jackson of Warren, soprano – Alma del core, Julia Linger of Cranford, soprano – O mio babbino caro and Alex Barbet of Plainfield, bass – Der Voegelfanger bin ich ja. “I’m very proud of the students’ efforts,” said Byrne who also sang the alto solos in Magnificat. “It is a lot of ask high school students to give up two hours on Saturday and three on Sunday on any given weekend. The students performed very well and the concert was well received by all in the audience.”



Natalie Sokolov of Edison, Robert Dorsey of Colonia, Amelie Leu of Metuchen, Hannah Yin of Scotch Plains and Zara Zaidi of Edison, students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, participate in a safety exercise presented by The Sambulance Safety Squad. The Sambulance, sponsored by Sahara Sam’s Oasis Indoor and Outdoor Water Park, is an ambulance wrapped in fun colors and design, used as part of the program to introduce children to an ambulance, the first responders who operate them, and the various tools inside, such as oxygen units and back boards. The Sambulance Safety Squad offers educational programming for schools and community groups designed to educate students about safety awareness, emergency situations, first aid, and water safety. Grades 1 and 2 participated in programs dealing with “stranger danger” and safety awareness. Grades 3 and 4 had programs dealing with emergency situations and first aid. At the conclusion of each program, the students were given a tour of the ambulance.


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