I am thinking of you all and realizing more and more what an unusual spring break period this has been for us all.
In its fifth year, the Forces in Motion Expo, held in Little School’s Innovation Alley, features how our second-grade students are learning about forces and gravity and tying in our STEAM disciplines in their learning processes.
Our school’s orchestra and superchamber recently performed live in the New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s Prudential Hall Lobby as a prelude to a concert featuring renowned conductor and violinist Joshua Bell and London’s Academy of St Martin in the Fields, known for its fresh, brilliant interpretations of the greatest classical music.
This weekend's “Summer on a Sunday” event is postponed until further notice. Please read about our Summer Explorations program here.
Last week, The Elisabeth Morrow School held its third Disability Awareness Fair. Led by Little School Librarian Cindy Cohrs-Brandt, fourth-graders spent the last several weeks focused on the world of disability through literature, discussions, research, and presentations.
The Elisabeth Morrow School is closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website.
On a recent Thursday morning, sixth-grade students participated in the Greek Olympics, an annual tradition at The Elisabeth Morrow School.
Students at The Elisabeth Morrow School perform random acts of kindness – in and out of school.
Fifth-, sixth- and eighth-grade science teacher Stephanie Nebel recently contributed a personal story to the Gardner Carney Leadership Institute (gcLi) website.