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School Closed

Just a reminder that school will be closed February 17th-February 21st, 2020. Huber St. will re-open on February 24th, 2020. Enjoy the week off!
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Huber celebrates 100 Days of School!

The children of Huber Street School all celebrated their 100th day of school today! This was a big milestone for the students, offering many different teachable moments. Students in Kindergarten learned about the number 100 by counting with the fifth graders and parading their 100 Day Shirts through the halls. Activities included creating 100-day hats, eating 100 snacks, dressing up as what they think they would look like at 100 years old. This special day provided many laughs and cute costume ideas, as well as cementing itself into these children’s memories. Although some children may not all grasp the concept of 100 yet, the day definitely provides them with a fun and joyous day of school.
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Mrs. Rennie's Kindergarten Writer's Workshop

Mrs. Rennie’s Kindergarten boys and girls enjoyed their museum visit of all their “Show and Tell” special items from home. They shared with each other what they enjoyed during their museum walk. This was part of their “Show and Tell” unit in their Writer’s Workshop.
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MVP Dance

On February 10th, Huber Street School hosted the first annual MVP Valentine Dance. Our 1st and 2nd graders danced the night away with their valuable people. There was music, food, fun, and a photo booth. Special thanks to Mayor Mike Gonnelli for donating all of the gifts for our children and for the food. A great time was had by all!
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Chinese New Year.

Mrs. Rivera’s class and Mrs. Blanchard’s class learned about the history and customs of Chinese New Year. Special thanks to Mrs. Jia for helping celebrate.
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Torch Run

Huber Street School principal, Rob Valente, presented Secaucus Police Officer Mark Schock with a check to help support the PBA donation to the Special Olympics.
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Mrs. Curry’s ELA class enjoying their monthly STEM. Their challenge was to design the largest free-standing structure using marshmallows and toothpicks. #SecaucsPride
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Super Bowl LIV Tally

Mrs. Critelli’s 3rd graders took a survey of the school in preparation for the Super Bowl this weekend. The class spoke with the students and staff tallying their predictions on who would win the big game. The results are in, Huber St. School is hoping for a 49ers victory! #secaucuspride
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