RAHWAY—On April 14, Grover Cleveland School held the first annual Family Fitness Night. With a grant from Activate Rahway, along with assistance from the Rahway YMCA, Rutgers Family & Community Health Sciences, Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, and the Grover Cleveland staff, parents and students participated in an evening of physical activity and nutritional information.
NEW BRUNSWICK—Children in the Acelero Learning Center in New Brunswick learned about recycling and the environment during an Earth Day program conducted by students from Democracy House at Middlesex County College.
RAHWAY—Students in Kathy Harris’ Pre K class at Franklin School in Rahway learned about polluted water by observing how quickly a bowl of clean water can be affected by items such as juice containers, plastic, and food items.
EDISON—Milika Griffiths of Edison, a sophomore at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, was named to the New Jersey All-State Mixed Chorus.
RAHWAY—Students at Franklin School in Rahway were recently visited by students from Rahway Middle School. The middle school students demonstrated various instruments that students could sign up for starting in the fourth grade.
EDISON—On April 16, certificates were distributed to students at the Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison who excelled after taking the National Latin Exams.
RAHWAY—Roosevelt School in Rahway has been transformed into a chic Art Gallery as student artists from grades one to five presented a showing of their work.
RAHWAY—The second grade students in Alicia Scipioni’s class at Franklin School in Rahway recently made their very own musical instrumentals after reading the story, “Max Found Two Sticks.”
ELIZABETH—The Rahway High School Model United Nations recently placed second overall at a competition held in Elizabeth on March 27. Senior Leonard Alexis was named Best Delegate during the competition.
EDISON – To enhance their unite about animals and to reinforce the Lower School’s theme this year of “Golden Ways to Go Green,” fourth graders in Ellen Colandrea’s class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison crated invertebrates using recycled materials like empty food containers, Styrofoam balls, pipe cleaners, etc.