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Mr. Thiago Leite, Secaucus High School English Teacher, Receives New Jersey PTA Outstanding Teacher Award

Earlier this month, The New Jersey Parent Teacher Association (NJPTA) concluded their annual convention with a celebratory dinner honoring exemplary educators. Mr. Thiago Leite, English teacher at Secaucus High School, received the New Jersey PTA Outstanding Teacher Award at this year’s convention. The Secaucus High School PTSA nominated Mr. Leite for this award because of his dedication to the school district both in and out of the classroom.
Mr. Leite’s support of the PTSA’s endeavors has become one of his top priorities as the senior class advisor. He attends all their meetings, volunteers at events, and had 100% of his senior class join as members of the organization this year. In the photograph above he is congratulated by Supervisor Christine Candela and former colleague and current Board of Education Member Sharon Dellafave.
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March Coffees With the Elementary Supervisor

Thank you to our Elementary Supervisor Dr. Garzon for her most comprehensive presentation focusing on the elementary schools' instructional program at this month's "Coffee With the Elementary Supervisor." Thanks as well to the many parents who attended the March 7th morning coffee and joined us afterwards for a tour of Huber Street School and those parents who attended the March 8th evening event.
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Clarendon School Fourth Graders Tour the Statehouse and Meet with Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto

The fourth grade classes from Clarendon School visited the Statehouse in Trenton as a culminating activity to their study of the State of New Jersey. While at the Statehouse, the fourth graders were invited into the General Assembly by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto. The Speaker addressed the fourth graders on the floor of the General Assembly and afterwards fielded questions from his enthusiastic audience. The Statehouse visit was an enjoyable field trip and a cherished memory for the fourth graders.
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Superintendent's Survey

The Secaucus Board of Education has begun the task of searching for our new Superintendent of Schools, and we are seeking your assistance.
We ask that you complete a brief, but informative, survey which can be found by following the link above:

Thank you for your time and assistance in this very important endeavor.
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Secaucus Middle School Scripps Spelling Bee Winners Honored at Board of Education Showcase of Success

At the Board of Education Showcase of Success on February 16th, the Board honored the first place, second place, and third place winners of the Scripps National Spelling Bee at Secaucus Middle School. The Scripps Spelling Bee first originated in 1925, and has been promoting literacy in America’s schools over the past nine decades. The Spelling Bee Champion at Secaucus Middle School was Saloni Singh, the second place finisher was Khushi Jakhotiya, and third place was awarded to Aashi Mishra. In the photograph above, Secaucus Middle School Spelling Bee honorees Saloni Singh, Khushi Jakhotiya, and Aashi Mishra pose for a picture at the Showcase of Success with Principal Rob Valente, Board of Education President Jack McStowe, and their families.
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Clarendon School Scripps Spelling Bee Winners Recognized at Board's Showcase of Success

At the Board Showcase of Success on February 16th, the Secaucus Board of Education honored the first place, second place, and third place winners of the Scripps National Spelling Bee at Clarendon School. The Scripps Spelling Bee first originated in 1925, and has been promoting literacy in America’s schools over the past nine decades. The Spelling Bee Champion at Clarendon School was Aryan Bhardwaj the second place finisher was Aarya Patel, while third place was awarded to Vatsal Dwivedi. In the photograph above, Clarendon School Spelling Bee honorees Vatsal Dwivedi, Aarya Patel, and Aryan Bhardwaj pose for a picture at the Showcase of Success with Principal Steve Viggiani, Board of Education President Jack McStowe, Gifted and Talented Teacher Michele Wurst, and their families.
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Huber Street School Scripps Spelling Bee Winners Honored at Board of Education Showcase of Success

At the Board of Education Showcase of Success on February 16th, the Board honored the first place, second place, and third place winners of the Scripps National Spelling Bee at Huber Street School. The Scripps Spelling Bee first originated in 1925, and has been promoting literacy in America’s schools over the past nine decades. The Spelling Bee Champion at Huber Street School was Anika Antala, the second place finisher was Simran Bhatla, while third place resulted in a tie between Janki Bairoliya and Anshi Agashiwala. In the photograph above, Huber Street School Spelling Bee honorees Anshi Agahiwala, Smiran Bhatla, and Anika Antala pose for a picture at the Showcase of Success with Principal Linda Wilhelm, Board of Education President Jack McStowe, Gifted and Talented Teacher Michele Wurst, and their families.
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Secaucus Board of Education Honors Two High School Students on Their Attainment of Perfect Scores of 800 on the Mathematics Administration of the Scholastic Aptitude Test

At the Board Showcase of Success on February 16th, the Secaucus Board honored two high school students who attained perfect scores of 800 on the Mathematics administration of the Scholastic Aptitude Test. Students Myron Young and Kevin Ge were honored for this impressive accomplishment.

At the Showcase of Success, Secaucus High School Principal extolled the impressive attainment of perfect Mathematics SAT Scores on the part of Myron and Kevin. He then called up Myron Young and presented him with a Certificate of Commendation. Due to a previous commitment, Kevin Ge was not able to be in attendance.

In the photograph above, Secaucus High School honoree Chang Young poses for a picture with his Dad, Chang; Board of Education President Jack McStowe, and Principal Dr. Bob Berckes.
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