The grant awarded 3 iPads for preschool classroom at Roberts to help facilitate the learning of age appropriate skills during individual and small group instruction. In addition, the iPads will work as learning tools to carry over skills that the occupational and speech therapists are focusing on with classiﬁed students in order to help meet […]
In an effort to assist our students with feelings of self-worth and conﬁdence, Dr. Fallon, a motivational speaker from Rutgers University, will be coming to the Middle School. His presentation focuses on personal identity while engaging in topics such as race, discrimination and violence prevention. His mission is to create an atmosphere of worldwide inclusion, […]
The Admission Game is an interactive program during which the audience is transformed into the college admissions panel at a highly competitive university. They audience is then asked to evaluate student applications based upon a larger discussion about the factors considered in the college admissions process.
Every year it becomes more challenging to convince the 21st century teenager that this playwright of the 16th century, Shakespeare, had something worthwhile and exciting to say, and a fabulous and engaging way in which to say it. The New Jersey Shakespeare Theatre’s 60-90 minute “Speak the Speech” workshops will allow 30 students at a […]
Providing second graders with differentiated, hands-on “literacy centers” consisting of various highly-motivating manipulative exercises and critical-thinking games is essential to the learning process. These exercises help reinforce specific reading comprehension, writing, word/work skills and concepts, as well as assist students in developing concrete, abstract, and critical thinking skills.