The Allamuchy Township School District is full of talented and dedicated faculty and staff as well as hard working and creative students. It is with great pleasure that we announce the beginning of a district wide positive behavior initiative that was developed and fostered by our teachers. Within the next couple of weeks, you will be receiving grade level letters for your students in K-2, 3-5, and/or 6-8 from the team teachers themselves. We pride ourselves in being a district that embraces the following mission. Nurtures the unique talents and interests of each individual Supports social responsibility and a love of learning Embraces the total development of each student intellectually, morally and physically Develops confidence, creativity and skills necessary to face the challenges of a technologically advanced and ever-changing society Promotes a culture of mutual respect with all other community members We look forward to embracing the ‘PAWS’itive and encouraging outstanding character. We thank the PTO for their additional support to launch this program. Have a wonderful and well-deserved spring season and spring break.
Congratulations to the Allamuchy Township School Chess Team for their hard work and 7th place finish at the Warren County Chess Tournament held at Rutherfurd Hall on March 1, 2016. Chess team participants included: Liam Aguilar, Jack Gordon, Ariana DiPaola, Zach Smith, Aryan Motyala, and Evan Conklin.
The GeoBee went very well, not quite as long as the Spelling Bee but it had a very exciting finish! Here are the results: Jake Harrison: Champion Adrian Martinez: Second Place Julie Jacobson: Third Place Other Finalists: Ismael Betances Bryle Laput Robert Decker Bella Cetani Sophia DeLisi Nick Catalano Anthony D'Esposito Congratulations to All! Many thanks to Joanne Ferguson, our moderator, as always she did a wonderful job, especially with some of those tricky pronunciations!
Please join us on January 12 at 6:30 in the ATS library for our parent advisory meeting. If you have questions about special education or would like to talk with other parents of children with special needs, please attend. We also have a special guest speaker presenting. Please see the attached flyer for additional information.
Third grade students recently explored the topic of "winter color" during a December Greenhouse Enrichment activity. Using a variety of evergreens, blue spruce, blue cedar berries, red stemmed dogwood, hemlock pine cones and even some "ever-yellows", they created a festive arrangement as each piece was discussed and added. All plant materials used were gathered from the school grounds and the cups were recycled from the cafeteria.