7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
It was a great day for all.
BEST OF LUCK IN MIDDLE SCHOOL
Katherine Nardone, a student in Mrs. Leppin's 2nd Grade class, visited the Firemen's Home in Boonton, NJ. There, she distributed Memorial Day stars that she made herself to the residents. She then returned to Secaucus the very same day and distributed more stars at the Secaucus Senior Center to the seniors in attendance.
Best of luck!!!!!
Special thanks to the following from Panasonic who came to make the presentations:
Ms. Terri Seeney - Panasonic, Director - Community Relations and Outreach Programs
Ms. Kim Svoboda - Project Manager - Foundation on Impact of Literacy and Learning
Ms. Kimberly Lehmann - Panasonic - Senior Specialist - Ecology & Employee Events
Ms. Jalisa Valladares - Panasonic - Intern, Outreach Programs
The faculty, staff and students of Huber St. School would like to wish Mrs. Helen Allen a happy, healthy and well deserved retirement. Thank you, Mrs. Allen, for your 44 years of dedication to our students in Secaucus. We will miss you so much!
School year 2016-2017
headset or earbud (put in plastic bag with child's name on it)
3 Boxes of Crayola Crayons (24)5 pencils
3 glue sticks
Jaeger- 1 plastic pencil box
Rennie- 1 cloth pencil pouch with zipper
Yeo- 1 cloth pencil pouch with zipper
Rozansky- 1 plastic pencil box
Teachers will be giving the supply list to their new students on Move-up Day.
24 No.2 yellow pencils with erasers (sharpened and Ticonderoga Preferred)
2 Black and White Composition Notebook
1- 1-Subject Notebook (8 x 10 ½ in)
2 -24 box of crayons, twistables or colored pencils. Please do not send in large boxes of crayons.
1 highlighter (any color)
1 pencil bag (NO BOXES PLEASE!)
2 Jumbo Book Covers
6 Glue Sticks (Elmer’s Preferred)
1 Child Friendly Scissor (Fiskars Preferred)
3 jumbo book socks
Box of crayons (24 crayons- do not send in large boxes of crayons)
12 inch ruler (measures inches and centimeters)
pencil case (soft)- no pencil boxes please!
4 large size glue sticks
2 highlighters (yellow)
2 expo dry erase markers
4 spiral notebooks--1 subject (Music, Spanish, Math, Writing)
2 red pens
A smock for art (an old t-shirt works great)
4 folders for Writing, Music, Spanish, and Math.
- 1 hard cover composition notebook for Spelling.
· Insulated lunch/ snack bag
· 2 extra large/ jumbo book sox
· Art smock or old T-shirt
· #2 pencils, pre-sharpened (12)
· 4 Erasable pens (blue or black ink only)
· 4 Red pens
· 2 zippered pencil pouches (No pencil boxes please)
· 1 box of 24 Twistables (preferred), crayons, or colored pencils (no markers)
· Erasers (not pencil toppers, please)
· 1 large glue stick
· 1 yellow highlighter
· 4 EXPO dry erase markers (multi-color okay)
· 1 hard cover black and white composition notebook (Journal)
· 4 one subject notebooks (Blue, Red, Yellow, Green)
· 4 Folders (Blue, Red, Yellow, Green)
· $6 for Time for Kids Digital Magazine
· $4 for Student Planner
· 3 hole punch (with holes to attach to rings in binder)
· 1 pencil pouch (to keep inside binder- no pencil box)
· 1 glue stick
· 1 yellow highlighter
2 jumbo book socks
ruler (12 inch)
pencil case (soft)
post it notes (one or two packages)
smock for art (an old t-shirt works great)
4 hardcover notebooks
a small container of hand sanitizer
dry erase markers (3-4)
spiral notebook- Math/Social Studies
- Homework assignment pad
Team Building in 2nd Grade along with Mrs. Hernandez's Class
Mayor Gonnelli surprised Miss Yeo's Kindergarten Class with books for the students to read during their summer vacation!! We are very thankful to have such a wonderful and thoughtful mayor!
Mrs. Celebrano's third grade class enjoyed participating in the The Red Nose Day Campaign to raise awareness of childhood poverty.
Mrs. Leppin's 2nd Grade class went on an Adjective Scavenger Hunt today at Huber Street School.
Our 6th grade students, along with Clarendon School, attended the Environmental Weekend to Camp Wapalanne along with Mrs. Leppin. Throughout the weekend, students participated in classes and activities that taught them about the importance of responsibility, inner-strength, friendship and most of the all the conservation of our environment.
Students in Mrs. Celebrano's 3rd Grade class took time out of their busy schedule to do Buddy Reading with Mrs. Jaeger's Kindergarten class. The Kindergarten students brought their book boxes and bags filled with books to read with the 3rd Graders. The books were many the students had made and phonics readers.
Congratulations, Bhavsar! We, at Huber St. School, are so proud of you!
Mrs. Fitzpatrick's class would like to thank
Mayor Mike Gonnelli
for the Scrabble games.
On May 4th, students participated in Huber Street's version of Shark Tank and made their presentations to a panel of judges who are business owners here in Secaucus.
The Sharks included Virginia Cory of Cory First Choice, Harold Bauer, Royce Emporium Leather, Rich Saltarelli, Chelsea Financial Services, Robert Merlo, Allstate Insurance and Don Evanson, Secaucus Spectator. Also, in attendance were special guests Mr. Kenneth Knops, Interim Superintendent and Mrs. Linda Wilhelm, Huber St. School principal.
Special thanks to our guests and Sharks for participating. Mrs. Hernandez and Mr. Bonin would also like to commend their 6th grade students for a "job well done".
The Third Grade students in Mrs. Critelli’s class recently participated in “The National Schools Project” poetry contest. Their poems were reviewed by teachers/educators and selected based on creativity, sensory/figurative images, structure, and poetic techniques. The entire class’s poems were selected and will be showcased in ‘The Young American Poetry Digest”. Congratulations to all of our future “poets”!
Thursday, March 24th for all grades
Please check PTA Section of website for more detailed information.
According to the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act of 2011, all school districts must annually engage in a self assessment to gage performance in preventative and responsive measures to incidents of Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB). Out of 8 possible criteria, each school in the Secaucus Public School District individually scored a 76 out of 78 possible points. Subsequently, the district scored a 76 out of 78. The official document is attached here.
For more information regarding the NJDoE's responses to HIB, please see a November 24, 2015 memo from Assistant Commissioner Susan Martz and an FAQ the NJDOE has developed.
We are happy to announce that Ms. Zahava Pianko, School Psychologist (left) and Ms. Anna Critelli, 3rd Grade Teacher (right) have been named Huber Street's Governor's Educational Services Provider of the Year and Educator of The Year, respectively! Congratulations!
1520 Paterson Plank Road
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Phone : (201) 974-2054