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Important Events

Important Events:

*11.21.19: Picture RETAKES & Vacation Shirt Day sponsored by the SGO (Free).
Wear a shirt from your favorite vacation location. Picture retakes will be on the same day. Students who wish to retake their school pictures MUST wear a school uniform shirt and may change into their vacation shirt after the school picture is taken.

Parent-teacher conferences 1:00 pm to 3:00pm & 6:00 pm-8:00pm. See the teacher for a scheduled time.

Parent-teacher conferences 1:00 pm to 3:00pm. See the teacher for a scheduled time.


*11.28.19 & 11.29.19 NO SCHOOL Happy Thanksgiving!
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Huber Street Mystery

Something terrible has happened at Huber Street School; our principal has been kidnapped! The 4th grade sleuths in Mrs. Curry's ELA class knew just what to do. Students spent the day examining evidence at the crime scene, interviewing suspects, and formulating a plan. Using their skills of inference, the students were able to bring Mr. V. back safely (and, they caught the perpetrator in the process. It was Ms. Yeo! Motive: She wants a raise.)
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Happy Halloween!

‪Happy Halloween from the faculty & staff of Huber St School & The Millridge School!🎃 Have a wonderful & restful fall break. Reminder: school will be closed Nov 4-Nov 8.‬
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Marsh Explorers

Rain or Shine! On Tuesday, October 29, 2019, Mrs. Michele Wurst’s third grade students explored a salt marsh within an estuary at The Meadowlands Environment Center. Following an introduction to the habitat, students ventured out on field walk amid the phragmites to explore the sights, sounds, and smells of a salt marsh. Along the way to a collection site, students made observations about the weather, physical environment, fauna and flora. At the collection site, students used dip nets to collect and identify aquatic organisms that inhabit the impoundment of DeKorte Park. Working with the live specimens, such as grass shrimp, blue crab, killifish, and eel, students learned how to make observations about nature and how to record their observations through journaling and sketching. Students also completed an outdoors salt marsh scavenger hunt and earned a Platinum Award for scoring all required points and an additional 15 of 17 bonus points. Students were provided with pre and post lesson plans at school surrounding this unique adventure and cannot wait to return to DeKorte Park in the future.
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Screenagers Event

On November 12, 2019 at 6:30 pm at the Performing Arts Center of Secaucus
High School the Patriot Parent Academy cordially invites you to attend the
viewing of the film "Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age." This event is
free of charge and discusses how tech time impacts kids' development and offers
solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and
find balance.

Please visit the Parent Academy tab on the Secaucus High School website for
more information or contact Amanda Wargocki, Assistant Principal of Secaucus
High School for details. We look forward to seeing you there!
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