Students in Mrs. Menken's Physics class are exploring the concept of Inertia - an object's resistance to its change in motion.
Students in Ms. Gilbert's and Mr. O'Connor's Chemistry class examine the physical properties of elements to identify some unknowns.
Special thanks to the @WashTwpPolice for speaking to our 3rd graders about fingerprinting and collecting evidence to solve a mystery. They loved kicking off the Mystery Unit in Reading Workshop!
High School Media Specialist, Mr Richter, presented the workshops "Creating Google Web Page Play List Lessons" and "Implementing Digital Citizenships Standards in Your Library Media Program" at the NJEA Convention.
Looking forward to our very talented Woodington Players performance of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town on November 11, 12, 13 at 7:00 PM.
JFG's Gratitude Stop! To celebrate this month's character traits (gratitude & thankfulness) we will take part in the Gratitude Graffiti Project, a daily practice of purposeful appreciation of one’s life through interactive art! We can't wait to see this board full of gratitude!
Thank you Berkeley PSO, Mrs. Falk and Mrs. Canaletti for the return of our Book Fair!
Students in Mr. Gunneson's Principles of Engineering class were testing the CO2-powered dragsters they designed and fabricated. Test runs were timed and speed was calculated. Cars were also weighed to test the impact of weight on acceleration and top speed.
The varsity debate team had a great season opener, hosted virtually by Fair Lawn High School this past Friday. Congratulations to Marta Bystrowska for taking home an award for second place best speaker!! We can't wait to see what else this season brings. Go Cards!!
Seniors Nick Ingrasselino (Cancer Infusion Unit), Maria Paul (Endoscopy Unit) Sarah Polur (Surgical Care Unit), Kevin Kim (Clinical Engineering) & Elizabeth Gisler (Physical Therapy) are all participating in our Work-Based Learning (WBL) program at Holy Name Hospital.
Congratulations to our High School October Student of the Month, Senior Daniel Lin, nominated by Mr. Fritz!
November is National American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month! To celebrate you are invited to contribute to the High School library media center display. Cultural artifacts can be old or new: clothing, music, books, magazines, photos, flags, posters, art, etc.
Hartford Art School visited Mrs. Duffus' AP Studio and Honors class today to tell the students about the process of applying to an art school and inform them of all the opportunities available for creative individuals. Ms. Ryan also reviewed portfolios for our students.
Reminder to Juniors and Seniors to sign up for our college visits! A representative from Penn State University met with some of our students today!
Thank you Berkeley children, parents, and staff for your cooperation and support in helping everyone enjoy safe Halloween Festivities and Parade! "We go the distance!"
Love having our Pre-K in the high school especially on Halloween!
Love when students and staff participate in Halloween!
Students in Mr. Gunneson's Digital Electronics class soldering various components onto electronic circuit boards.
Our High School Art Gallery is looking great! "Starting Strong" in the Arts! Thank you to Mrs. Duffus, Mrs. Keller, Ms. Rudin, and Mrs. Stoute!
The kids had another great Fall Festival today! 8th Grade really showed up in their spirit red!