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School Safety and Security Presentation

School Safety and Security Presentation

Linden Public Schools & New Jersey Department of Education’s Office of School Preparedness and Emergency Planning

Invite all Parents/Guardians and Community Members to a Presentation on:
School Safety and Security

Thursday, February 23, 2017
Linden High School Auditorium
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Feb 21st 10:58pm • No Comments

Linden School No. 10 Physical education teacher Brandon Czajkowski challenged the students of School 10. What started out as a tradition at School 10, became more personal as Brandon and the students learned how many people around them were affected by heart disease. The students began to understand that they’re not just playing a basketball game; they’re helping save lives. This adventure became known as School No. 10 “Hoops for Heart”. According to Brandon Czajkowski “ The students enjoyed playing against each other and especially against our community members.” Through “Hoops for Heart” School No. 10 students are bringing people from the community to work toward a common goal of making healthier choices.

At Linden Public schools we
actively involve parents and engage our community throughout the school year. We utilize opportunities to effectively connect schools, families, and communities.

At Linden Public Schools physical activity is incorporated in every part of the day and and the students learned by using a physical education tool, as simple as a basketball, can have a role in saving lives. Students at Linden Public Schools are taught about healthly diets; and the importance of how to monitor their heart rates and pulses. The districts food service Pomptonian made a special initiative to also educate the students about healthy eating habits. The students of School No. 10 and all of Linden Public Schools are taught the skills they need to be heart healthy. Linden Pubic Schools and the Linden community are continuing to contribute to educating a child to be healthy through physical activity development. At Linden Public Schools we are committed to developing and balancing education and Physical Education programs that enhances the school-family-community partnerships.

School No. 10 Hoops for Heart

Linden School No. 10 Physical education teacher Brandon Czajkowski challenged the students of School 10. What started out as a tradition at School 10, became more personal as Brandon and the students learned how many people around them were affected by heart disease. The students began to understand that they’re not just playing a basketball game; they’re helping save lives. This adventure became known as School No. 10 “Hoops for Heart”. According to Brandon Czajkowski “ The students enjoyed playing against each other and especially against our community members.” Through “Hoops for Heart” School No. 10 students are bringing people from the community to work toward a common goal of making healthier choices. At Linden Public schools we actively involve parents and engage our community throughout the school year. We utilize opportunities to effectively connect schools, families, and communities. At Linden Public Schools physical activity is incorporated in every part of the day and and the students learned by using a physical education tool, as simple as a basketball, can have a role in saving lives. Students at Linden Public Schools are taught about healthly diets; and the importance of how to monitor their heart rates and pulses. The districts food service Pomptonian made a special initiative to also educate the students about healthy eating habits. The students of School No. 10 and all of Linden Public Schools are taught the skills they need to be heart healthy. Linden Pubic Schools and the Linden community are continuing to contribute to educating a child to be healthy through physical activity development. At Linden Public Schools we are committed to developing and balancing education and Physical Education programs that enhances the school-family-community partnerships.

Feb 21st 3:26pm • No Comments

Students in Miss Bartolomeo’s class at School No. 1 celebrated the 100th day of school on February 15. In the morning, the students colored a crown that stated, “I am 100 days smarter”! Students also read the story Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of Kindergarten by Joseph Slate. Students then wrote a sentence using a picture prompt of students celebrating the 100th day.
In the afternoon, students created objects out of 100 plastic cups, 100 pattern blocks, 100 snap cubes and recorded their structures. Students also raced to 100 tallies with a partner using dice. At the end of the day, students brought home the number 100 made of cookies to share with a family member while discussing their fun activities.

Pictured(from left):
Second Row: Christie Fanfan, Kyrin Charles, Ethan Manansala, Karim Dean Ramirez-Taha, and Jonathon Flores
First Row: Avalee Manzo, Alejandro Garcia, Ariana Santos-Colchado, and Jashawn Shaw

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Feb 21st 3:07am • No Comments

Linden Public Schools added an event.

Eat Wings Raise Funds for LHS Alumni Association

Eat Wings Raise Funds for LHS Alumni Association

Eat Wings Raise Funds
for Linden High School Alumni Association
on Saturday March 4th
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM

Buffalo Wild Wings will donate 10% of your total bill (not including tax, gratuity, or promotional discounts) to our organization

1701 West Edgar Road
Linden, NJ
908-474-0069

Feb 15th 8:09pm • No Comments

School No. 6 students and staff participated in many activities for the 100th day of school. As part of the celebration, many students and staff members dressed up like they were 100 years old.

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Feb 15th 7:58pm • No Comments

School No. 2 received a visit from the Cat and the Hat. During the assembly Thing 1 and Thing 2 joined in with the Cat to remind the boys and girls of reading every day.
Pictured: Thing 1 Louis Glenn, and Thing 2 Ayush Ratty of Ms. Pszenica's Pre-K class.

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Feb 15th 7:52pm • No Comments

Students in Mrs. Rojas' third grade class at School No. 2 learned how to use quotation marks in their writing by coming up with their own statement and exclamation sentences. Then, they glued macaroni into their sentences for the quotation marks and commas. Pictured is Jahri Ford who is very excited to show his work!

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Feb 13th 2:57pm • No Comments

Students in Mrs. Rojas' third grade class at School No. 2 used different objects to see which ones would attract to a magnet. The students observed that objects that were made out of iron were attracted to the magnets, while objects that were not made out of iron had no attraction.

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Feb 13th 2:56pm • No Comments

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