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Spirit Wear Day Thursday , October 24th, 2019 $2 donation

Just a reminder that Thursday, October 24th is a School Spirit Wear Day. For a $2 donation, students, faculty, and staff can wear any Huber Street School or Secaucus shirt with uniform pants. All proceeds will go to the "End Polio Now" charity. Thank you for your support and have a great night.

Wear Pink tomorrow 10/22/19

Reminder: Tomorrow (Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019) is Wear Pink Day for students, faculty and staff. Students are asked to make a $1 if they wear a shirt and a $2 donation if they wear a shirt and wish to purchase a bracelet. Thank you in advance for your support.

Halloween Parade Information

In preparation for Halloween, please note that students will be permitted to come to school dressed in their costumes. We will have a normal school day schedule and students will NOT be dismissed during lunch period to get dressed at home (as done in the past.) Our parade is scheduled for Thursday, October 31, 2019 and will begin at approximately 1:00 PM. We will follow our usual parade route.

Mrs. Curry’s 4th Grade

Mrs. Curry’s class works on their monthly Crack the Code, where students use their creativity, communication skills, and collaboration abilities in order to complete six challenges within each breakout revealing a final hidden clue

Mrs.Critelli’s Third Grade

Students in Mrs.Critelli’s 3rd grade class enjoyed exploring story elements, while reading “Kumak’s Fish: A Tale from the Far North.” The story is about Kumak snagging a large fish, and needing the entire village to help bring it in. This original tall tale is set in the Arctic and has light-hearted illustrations that add vigor and glee to the playful story.

School Violence Awareness Week

Monday, October 21, 2019, is the kick-off to School Violence Awareness Week. Students can wear a shirt with a peace sign, a tie-dye shirt or a colorful shirt of their choice with their uniform bottoms.

Omegaman & Friends was a unique school assembly presentation

What a wonderful assembly for Huber St today!.

As a part of “The Week of Respect”, the Anti-Bullying and Character Development message was carried through superhero characters, “Omegaman & Friends,” presenting an image that children can look up too!

The superhero identity captured the students’ attention and taught them to hold onto their dreams.

Be a H.E.R.O. – Helping Everyone Respect Others
Bullying – Identify, Respond, Prevent & Bystander
Be a Dream-Maker not a Dream-Breaker
Hold on to your Dreams. You’re not a quitter.
Power of your words.
Making Positive Choices


A Tree Tastic time was had by all at Huber Street School! On Wednesday, October 9, 2019, Huber Street School hosted our first Family Science NIght! Second grade students and their families joined us for an exciting and educational evening in cooperation with the Meadowlands Environment Center. Students had the unique opportunity to rotate through five hands-on art, writing, and science learning stations
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