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News & Announcements

PJs for The Pantry

The Huber Street School SGO sponsored a “Pajamas for the Pantry” dress down day on Wednesday 11/17. Students who participated in the event were able to wear their pajamas to school and make a donation of one or more non-perishable items. All donations will be given to the Secaucus Food Pantry.

Mrs. Phemsint’s Art Class Presents:

“Please allow me to introduce myself“..... as our September “ice breaker”, after many months out of school, our entire Huber Art Family designed and shared our names in a special installation.

Mr. Valente, kidnapped?

Today at Huber Street our principal was kidnapped. Mrs. Curry’s secret agents had to observe evidence from the crime scene and analyze suspect interviews in order to draw conclusions to figure out the true criminal of such a horrendous crime. It turned out to be second grade teacher, Ms. Zaller!

Happy Diwali!

Kavya Singh, in Mrs. Celebrano’s 3rd Grade class shared information about Diwali, Indian New Year, which her family celebrates, with her class. It began on Tuesday, November 2nd and lasts for 5 days. She brought in a book for me to read to the class which I read to them and also showed them some videos on Diwali. She also brought in the supplies for the class to make their own lanterns. I Kavya become the teacher and she instructed the class and modeled how to make the lanterns. The class had a great time making their own lanterns which they decorated with colorful ribbons and gems.

To all celebrating, Happy Diwali!

News from the Peacekeepers Club

The Peacekeeper’s Club at Huber Street School
is sponsoring a
gently worn shoe, sneaker, and boot drive

All donations will be donated to a local shelter and will be distributed prior to the holiday season.
* If donating, please have the items in a plastic bag when your child brings them into school.*

**Donations will be accepted up to Thursday, December 9th

Meet Oakley

Secaucus Police Chief Miller, school psychologist, Mrs. Pianko, SPD Officer Ensmann, and Mayor Mike joined Mr. Valente in welcoming Huber Street School’s newest faculty member, Oakley. A Golden Retriever,  Oakley is a certified therapy dog.

Secaucus schools are among the first in New Jersey to partner with the police department to bring therapy dogs into our schools to assist with the social emotional health of our students. Oakley will be joined by Chipper in spending time with our students.

News from the SGO

SGO sponsored “Wear Pink Day” and was able to raise $575 to be donated to the Susan G. Komen #SecaucusPride Thank you to all who participated and for supporting the SGO!
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