In an effort to strengthen the partnership between parents and school, the Parent Academy hosts a series of workshops for our school community throughout the school year and works to strengthen home and school communication. The following events will be taking place in the district through the remainder of March 2023.
March 23, 2023 Union Middle School, STEM Night 6:00-7:00 PM UMS Cafeteria March 23, 2023 Rutherford High School, Post Secondary Information Night 7:00 RHS Auditorium March 24, 2023 Elementary, Build and Maintain Positive Social Connections in … [Read More...] about Upcoming District Workshops and Events
Pierrepont School held its 6th annual Literacy Fair. All students in grades 4, 5 and 6 participated. Winners from each homeroom displayed their projects in the Media Center for the whole school to view. Students and staff voted for their favorites, as well as, most creative, best illustrated, and best use of material, to name a few. There will be some winning projects on display at the March Madness event on March 25th.
Micaella Garcia, 4th Grade
Chorus Concert Posters
Students in Ms. Natiello's 5th and 6th grade cycle art classes recently created posters for Pierrepont's Broadway themed spring chorus concert. For their poster illustrations, students chose from a variety of songs that the chorus will be singing, including "For Good" from the musical Wicked and "Castle on a Cloud" from the musical Les Miserables. The posters will be showcased at the chorus concert which will take place on April 4th.
Rutherford Art Work on Display in Park Avenue Tunnel
The Boro of Rutherford revitalized the pedestrian tunnel on Park Avenue (that connects Park Ave to the Kip Parking Garage) and the art department is excited to showcase student artwork in their new displays. Art students in Grades 1-12 are represented and we are thrilled that the public will be able to see the wonderful work our kids do under the direction of our district art teachers. We are thankful for our art teachers Laura Clossey, Stephanie Natiello, Alexis Klubeck, Stephanie Castellano, Veronica Grillo, and Steve Mett for continually challenging our students to create beautiful and … [Read More...] about Rutherford Art Work on Display in Park Avenue Tunnel
Last week, Jerry Pallotta visited Pierrepont School. Students in all grades enjoyed his presentation, especially learning about how he created his "Who Would Win" series. All students are currently creating their own "Who Win Would" animal battles in library class and this was a great inspiration for those projects!