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District Announcements
Rashad Jennings Visits Huber St
School Announcements
Track Meet
Academic Bowl
 
From Huber Street School - Ergen Banja, William Deiasi and Zachary Pascarello (Team Captain)
From Clarendon School - Nirish Chilakala and Elaine Tiruneh.

Ergen Banja, William Deiasi, Zachary Pascarello (Team Captain), Nirish Chilakala and Elaine Tiruneh.

Mrs. Michele Wurst, Elaine Tiruneh, Nirish Chilakala, Aditi Sathe, Ergen Banja, William Deiasi, and
Zachary Pascarello (Team Captain)

On Monday, April 13, 2015, students from Clarendon and Huber Street Schools participated in the Hudson County Academic Bowl.  The venue for this event was Woodrow Wilson School in Weehawken, New Jersey.  The districts in attendance were North Bergen, Weehawken, Secaucus, Harrison, Bayonne, Union City, Hoboken and Kearny.  Each district arrived with a team of five 6th grade academic bowl competitors and one 6th grade alternate competitor.  The event consisted of three rounds of Middle School level questions and each round consisted of 25 questions.  During Round One, Secaucus competed against Harrison and moved up to the next round based on this win.  In Round Two, Secaucus competed against Weehawken and advanced to the finals based on this victory.  In the final round, Secaucus and Bayonne took the stage one last time.  During the finals, Secaucus placed 2nd to Bayonne placing 1st.  The following districts were awarded medals and trophies for excelling in this event:  Bayonne 1st Place, Secaucus 2nd Place, and Weehawken 3rd Place.  Good sportsmanship was exemplified by all during this collaborative academic competition.
 
Author Visit Luncheon with Huber St. Newspaper Club
On Wednesday, February 25th, the Huber Street School Newspaper Club met with Multi-Award Winning Nature Picture Book Author, Alison Formento. The students enjoyed a wonderful lunch with Mrs. Formento, Huber Street's Literacy Coach, Mrs. Costello, the school's library clerk, Mrs. Kalogera and their advisors, Ms. Cardenas and Mrs.Viera. The students were engaged in note-taking during the interview and asked the author exceptional questions about her career. A special thank you to Mrs. Valerie Giambona, the Media Clerk at Secaucus High School, for arranging this amazing event for the district. This interview will be published in the next edition of the Huber Street School Newspaper, "Hubear News".
PARENTS/GUARDIANS
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT IF YOU CHOOSE VEGETARIAN/MEATLESS LUNCHES FOR YOUR CHILD, THAT YOU INFORM YOUR CHILD WHAT YOU HAVE ORDERED FOR HIM/HER EACH DAY.  A SUGGESTION TO PLACE THE MENU IN A PLACE WHEREBY YOU AND YOUR CHILD CAN REFER TO IT MAY BE  HELPFUL.  THE LUNCH AIDES ARE NOT AWARE OF YOUR CHILD'S CHOICES EACH TIME YOUR CHILD GOES TO HAVE HIS/HER LUNCH EACH DAY.
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