EMSl is pleased to announce Explorations Online 2020. This new six-week program will transform EMS' enriching Summer Explorations to the virtual space.
Ninety-two-year-old Betty Jo Lamar is in the highest risk group for contracting COVID-19, so fifth-grader Larsen Winternheimer has made sure she is looked after during the pandemic.
We have reimagined what arts learning can look like and have created a new member of the String Festival family, the EMS Summer Arts Academy (EMSSAA) (online), which will take place from August 10-14, 2020.
Andria and Fred Schneiderman, whose daughter, Chloe, is in sixth grade, launched a fundraiser to support the frontline healthcare workers at Hackensack Meridian Health.
The science program at The Elisabeth Morrow School has always prioritized depth of understanding and the process of doing science and engineering, along with learning science content.
When EMS third-grader Avi Agrawal heard that families were struggling for basic necessities, like food, in this unprecedented time of coronavirus, he decided he wanted to do something to aid those in need.
Hospital doctors, nurses, technicians, food service workers, and custodial staff are working long hours and even spending days in a row at the hospital without returning home.
Fourth-grader Loden Chung and first-grader Adela Chung have been helping their father, James, make 3D printed face shields for University Hospital in Newark and The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood.
While student learning about the environment occurs throughout the year at EMS, Earth Day is a great reminder of the power of a focused effort to produce political action and change.
We are now adding another level to EMS remote learning with the addition of After-School Online Adventures classes for students in kindergarten through fourth grade.
You can spot sixth-grader Aubrey Daly’s home by the lawn sign she designed and displayed, thanking essential workers for their hard work.
In March, our school donated materials from our science department and the nurses' offices – masks, gloves, face shields, Lysol wipes, and goggles – to Hackensack University Medical Center in Hackensack.
Chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine Dr. Brian Benson, father of two Elisabeth Morrow School alums and two current students and husband to Ms. Amelia Gold, our Arts Department Chair, answered our community’s questions about COVID-19 for parents and children.
During our State of the School, Head of School Maureen Fonseca announced her plans for a Spring Coffee Series.
We are all living in a “new normal” and that includes remote learning for our students. EMS welcomed back students on Monday, March 30, and we all got right to work.