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News & Announcements

Buddy Bench

Secaucus High School sophomore, Bailey Fearon gave a presentation on the Buddy Bench in the Huber Street School playground. It is because of Bailey’s work with the Girl Scouts that Huber Street School, Clarendon School, and the Millridge School have Buddy Benches. Thank you Bailey!

Congratulations is in order!

The 2019-2020 Huber Street School SGO
Back Row: Governing Board-Thomas Flanagan, Diya Chandarana, & & Jiyani Bharvad
Front Row: President Ava Kraiewski & Vice President Jason Leppin

Mr. Millevoi’s 4th Grade

The students in Mr. Millevoi's Social Studies class have been locating cities and important features from around the state of New Jersey. They are also researching industries, symbols and people from our state.

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Huber St will host a “Go Gold for Childhood Cancer” Day on September 27th, 2019. Students are encouraged to wear a Yellow or Gold top with uniform bottoms for a $1 donation to support the cause. Thank you for your support & participation.

#ItStartsWithHello

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Huber Street School celebrated “Starts With Hello” along with (more than 11,500) schools across the country. The program, which was started by the Sandy Hook Promise Organization, is designed to promote inclusiveness, to help reduce social isolation, to help build a safer community, and to make children feel less lonely.

Special thanks must go to the Secaucus Police Department, Fire Department, Town Council, and Board of Education for helping us start our day by greeting our students as they entered the building. #ItStartsWithHello.

Mrs. Rennie's Kindergarten

Writing the Room” is so much fun in Mrs. Rennie’s class! Students are also using lots of brainpower when working with the Marble Works and Magformers Magnet during center time.

First Grade STEAM Lesson

Students in Mrs. Viggiani’s 1st Grade enjoyed a STEAM lesson from, Ms. DiGirolamo, the science teacher. Their task was to engineer a standing tour representing an apple tree. Here is what the students came up with!
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