All parents and guardians of Elementary Students are cordially invited to join us for the May monthly "Coffee with the Elementary Supervisor" which will be held on the morning of Monday, May 1st at 9:00 and Tuesday, May 2nd at 7:00 in Huber Street School. The topic of this month's Coffee will be "An Overview of the District Science Program with a Focus on the Delivery of the Elementary K-5 Science Curriculum." Our presenters will be Elementary Supervisor Dr. Danielle Garzon and Grades 6-12 Science Supervisor Dr. Daniela Riser. RSVP Mrs. Ann Marie Grecco at email@example.com or call (201) 974-2000, Extension 2115.
Secaucus School District School Business Administrator/Board Secretary Grace Yeo was recognized on her attainment of tenure at the Board of Education Meeting of April 12th. Interim Superintendent Kenneth Knops and the four Principals presented Ms. Yeo with an inscribed clock for the occasion. In the photograph above, Grace Yeo poses for a picture with Clarendon School Principal Steve Viggiani, Secaucus Middle School Principal Rob Valente, Secaucus High School Principal Dr. Robert Berckes, and Interim Superintendent Kenneth Knops after the administrators presented her with the inscribed clock and extolled the numerous virtues of working with such a quality person and professional.
This past week the Secaucus Board of Education honored Secaucus Middle School Language Arts Teacher Nicole Hernandez and sixth grade student Laila Lemise
Nicole Hernandez, a language arts teacher at Secaucus Middle School, was selected by the Clifton Commons Barnes and Noble Store as their store’s winner of the company’s “My Favorite Teacher” Contest. Mrs. Hernandez was nominated for this impressive award by her sixth grade student Laila Lemise. Laila used the vehicle of a heartfelt poem to express her appreciation and gratitude to her sixth grade language arts teacher. In the photograph above, sixth grader Laila Lemise and her teacher, Nicole Hernandez hold up the Certificates of Merit that were provided to them by the Secaucus Board of Education at the Showcase of Success. Posing with them are Leila’s Dad, Secaucus Middle School Principal Rob Valente, and Board of Education President Jack McStowe.