Visiting the first Supreme Court House.
Students have been practicing being word problem detectives and pulling out the important information that they need in order to solve all the parts of the problem.
Students used vibrant colors, patterns, and lines to create their own Romero Britto inspired work. Their work came out great!
Wait a minute, Doc. Are you telling me NPS built a time machine...#80'sDay
The NPS music department rocked the house at last night's Spring Concert.
Fridays are always better after a win!
Our students enjoyed the opportunity to "unplug" and spend some quality time in nature during their 6th grade field trip.
We're continuing our climb to the top! Sixth grade students are enjoying the view after a hike at Fairview Lake!
Grade 3 students visited the Maritime Aquarium. The Maritime Aquarium gives visitors a window into Long Island Sound, officially designated an Estuary of National Significance, and a veritable rain forest of the sea, rich in aquatic life.
In conclusion of Teacher Appreciation Week our students dressed up today like their teachers! The NPS community is very grateful for all that our teachers do!
What better way to start our Friday, than with a classroom debate!
Students enjoyed learning from "Nature Marc" of the Closter Nature Center!
This week our Grade 1 students are in the process of publishing their nonfiction “All About Books” in writing. We are so incredibly proud of how hard they have worked throughout this unit to publish their writing.
Today elementary students recognized Arbor Day. Arbor Day is a holiday that celebrates the planting, upkeep and preservation of trees!
NPS Recognizes Autism Awareness and the fact that all students learn in different ways!
Today we celebrated our 5th graders as they graduated from L.E.A.D.
Thank you to Lederick Horne for speaking to our staff and students about "Living with learning differences". Lederick is an accomplished writer, speaker, and poet. Click the link to learn more about his message: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBcgN-OKLlE
Our 7th grade Gifted and Talented students competed in the Rube Goldberg challenge against some of the surrounding districts.
Grade 4 students wrote shape poems for Earth Day! A shape poem is an arrangement of words on a page into shapes or patterns that reveal an image, such as in a calligram.