PS 23 THIRD GRADERS VISITED THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
On May 18, third-graders from P.S. 23 went to the Museum of Natural History to see and learn about the history of our world. They learned about dinosaurs, animals, rocks, and minerals. First, they saw molten rocks and learned more about how rocks are formed and where to find different kinds of rocks. Then, they saw dinosaur skeletons and even a Tyrannosaurus Rex skull. Next, they went to the Hall of Biodiversity, where there were models of fish, butterflies and many more animals. In the next room, they saw a life-size (or maybe even bigger) model of a blue whale, the largest animal in the world. Finally, they visited the animal statues, which appear in dioramas. Third-grade student Hassan Nasir said, "It was amazing! I think the best part was the 21,000-pound blue whale." Third-grader John Rojas said, "The animals in the dioramas were so life-like!" Everyone had a great time.
TRAPOSQUITOES OF PS 28
Traposquitoes in the process of making mosquito eliminating prototype using compost. Take that, Zika!!!
JC ROTARY CLUB STRIKES AGAIN AT PS 24
The first grade students at the Chaplain Charles J. Watters School 24 received personalized books courtesy of the Rotary Club of Jersey City on Friday, May 27, 2016. Students were excited to dance with the bear and eager to start reading their new books.
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SAT ADMINISTRATION AT DICKINSON HS ON SATURDAY, JUNE 4
HIGH SCHOOLS' FINAL EXAMS - MONDAY, JUNE 6 - FRIDAY, JUNE 10
ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOLS' 4TH MARKING PERIOD QUARTERLY ASSESSMENTS - TUESDAY, JUNE 7 - FRIDAY, JUNE 10