Bus Stop Pick-Up: Students should be standing at the bus stop a few minutes prior to the bus arrival to ensure timely pick-ups at each stop and prevent students from being in dangerous circumstances. Parents should stand with K-1 students until the bus arrives as well as be at the bus stop for student pick-up in the afternoon. Drop off at ATS: The bus lane is closed to through traffic during morning drop off and afternoon pick up hours. Please drop your students by the gym doors. Students in grades 3-5 may walk through the interior of the building to get to the cafeteria.
My hope is that the start to the year was a very positive one for you and your family. The community plays a large role in the development of our children and Allamuchy Day is one of those events where the whole community has the opportunity to come together. Please click here to see a flyer for ALLAMUCHY DAY 2015. There are many activities planned throughout the day! Hope to see you there! J. Flynn
With a handful of seed and two square feet of soil each, Mrs. DeAngelis' sixth graders began salad gardens during an April Life Science enrichment activity. The students worked in pairs planting radish, turnip, various lettuces, chard, kale, bok choy and mesculn. In May, they mulched the plants with straw in anticipation of a June harvest and class salad "feast".
Mrs. Amendolara came to visit first grade and do a great Earth Day lesson with the students. She taught them some tree vocabulary, made "tree stories" and discussed how to tell a tree's life story from looking at its rings. We also made tree "cookie" necklaces.
What bright futures our 8th graders have planned for themselves! During a Career Exploration unit, students researched professional paths of personal interest and presented their findings to the school community. Our annual Career Fair highlighted engineering, law, sports, medicine, science, business, and so much more. Our graduating class has gained insight into the challenges and rewards of careers, as well as the preparation required to achieve professional goals. Wishing each and every 8th grader a life of great success and happiness!