Karen Constantino: ATS Teacher of the Year & Holly Guido: MVS Educator of the Year
Michelle Cleere: MVS Teacher of the Year & Tara Warnock: MVS Educator of the Year
Dr. George Fisher visited 3rd, 5th and 7th grade students on January 10, presenting about various STEM topics such as magnetism and gears/ratios. Dr. Ralph Tillinghast presented about what an engineer is to our K-2nd grade students. Thank you, Ms. Tabitha Dombroski for collaborating and making these presentations possible. We look forward to working with Picatinny Arsenal and their engineers in the future to further our students' STEM understanding.
Dear Allamuchy Families, You may recall that the Third Grade classes recently organized a drive on behalf of schools and students impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The images we see on television and in the media cannot effectively portray the devastation and loss faced by these citizens. We’ve learned from our contact that between 50 and 65% of the Cypress Hill students and staff have lost homes and vehicles as a result of Hurricane Harvey. On top of that, 4 of the 6 school campuses are uninhabitable for the same reason, so many teachers can't even go to work to get away from hurricane recovery since they are not on their own campuses. We are humbled by your generosity and thank you for your support. You opened your hearts and we collected hundreds of pencils, notebooks, crayons and markers along with backpacks, food and other assorted items that totaled over 700 pounds! We’ve packed up the items and have been in touch with our sponsored school; they are so grateful for your kindness. They have reached out via mail, but are still not in their school. They will be skyping with the students at some point this year to thank them for their generosity. The Allamuchy community always lends a hand to those in need, and your time and help is always appreciated! Thank You!
Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 23-27. Red Ribbon Week is our nation’s oldest and largest drug and alcohol abuse prevention campaign of its kind. The focus is on making good choices and good decisions. Student Council will introduce several themed/spirit days to encourage students to make healthy choices.
Character Counts and Safe School Week is Oct. 16-20. (N.J.S.A. 18A: 36-5.1). During the week of October 16th, students will take part in learning age-appropriate ways to further assist in understanding and preventing harassment, intimidation, and bullying.
Week of Respect is Oct. 2-6. (The Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act - P.L. 2010, c.122). Throughout the State of New Jersey, the week of October 3rd has been designated the WEEK OF RESPECT, devoted to teaching students about tolerance and acceptance of others through Character Education.
Join us on Saturday, Sept. 16 from 10-2 at the Mountain Villa School where we will be showcasing what "outdoor education" looks like. Several activities and fun events are planned for the entire family. We hope to see you there. Please click here for complete flyer.