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On Tuesday, November 18th, students at Linden High School attended the first meeting of the AP U.S. History Prep Class, offered to any interested student. The prep class is offered before the school day begins, and meets twice a week. The class is voluntarily taught by five faculty members of the Social Studies Department, and aims to prepare students to take the AP U.S. History exam in the Spring of their Junior/Senior year. Students who pass the AP exam are eligible to receive three college credits.

Nov 20th 4:07pm • No Comments

School Four Celebrates “American Education Week”
Parents and Guardians were invited to join their children for a Parent’s Day Breakfast. Over 150 School Four families enjoyed a traditional school breakfast consisting of french toast, sausage egg & cheese on a bun, juice, milk and coffee for the adults. Pictured are Tristen Riddick and his parents. Serving are Pomptonian employee Tracy Smith and School Four Social Worker Victoria Miller.

Nov 19th 2:51pm • No Comments

Ms. Walker’s senior English classes put on their poetry hats and wrote modern ballads, modeled after the ballads from the Middle Ages. Students were required to include a supernatural event, a refrain, conventional phrases, imagery, and a strong simple beat.

The students also needed to perform their ballads in class. Some students made iMovies, PowerPoint slide shows with voiceovers, cartoons using PowTunes, or a traditional dramatic reading. Tyreece Johnson gave a dramatic reading of his ballad, while Sasquia Carrillo made an iMovie showing images that connected to her spoken word. Ms. Walker is very proud of her hard working students.

Nov 19th 2:47pm • No Comments

The class of 2015 was wide awake this morning for the BIG PICTURE. The BIG PICTURE is a staple photo in the school year book. The senior class was decked out in home made spirit wear.

Nov 19th 2:46pm • No Comments

Mrs. Ioviero's Kindergarten class at School No. 6 is learning about hieroglyphic writing.

Nov 19th 2:43pm • No Comments

During this class at Linden High School, Mr. Cosby and his students were working on vocal warm ups. The students are using solfeggio hand signals that correspond with the notes they are singing. This exercise is a practice designed to train the ears of the student to help them with hearing and singing pitches in tune. This exercise also gives the students a chance to lead class and make up their own patterns.

Nov 18th 2:26pm • No Comments

Linden Public Schools likes a photo.

Nov 18th 2:22pm • No Comments

The Kiwanis Kids at School No. 2 celebrated a luncheon with the Kiwanis representatives from Linden and the Kiwanis teachers as well.

Nov 18th 2:22pm • No Comments

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