Under the direction of Jeanie Ruban, School Counselor, Peace Pals/United Neighbors concluded with a friendship session which also included pillow making!  This effort allowed HHS and APM students to work collaboratively throughout the school year.
Under the direction of Jeanie Ruban, School Counselor, Peace Pals/United Neighbors concluded with a friendship session which also included pillow making! This effort allowed HHS and APM students to work collaboratively throughout the school year.
PreK students and families enjoyed a Preschool Family Night full of activities to help students with literacy and mathematics.
PreK students and families enjoyed a Preschool Family Night full of activities to help students with literacy and mathematics.
School Resource Officers Bryan Arrington & Shakeema Wilson participated in Read Across America by reading to our scholars.
School Resource Officers Bryan Arrington & Shakeema Wilson participated in Read Across America by reading to our scholars.
Students in Mrs. Rodrigues's first grade class learned about static electricity with balloons and robots as part of STEAM lessons.
Students in Mrs. Rodrigues's first grade class learned about static electricity with balloons and robots as part of STEAM lessons.
Let's Bee Comets with Mrs. Diggs & Mrs. Arias' Class
Students from Mrs. Diggs and Mrs. Arias' class visited Hillside High School to partner with Ms. Bartholomew’s African-American Studies class. The students read books, created a craft, took a tour of the building and spoke to high school students about their experiences. The high school students have been mentors and serve as an inspiration to Hillside's future comets.
A.P. Morris students participated in STEAM Night with their families. These students built ramps as part of the "sledding challenge."
A.P. Morris students participated in STEAM Night with their families. These students built ramps as part of the "sledding challenge."
A.P. Morris students participated in STEAM Night with their families. This group of students and their families worked with a Bee-Bot Robot.
A.P. Morris students participated in STEAM Night with their families. This group of students and their families worked with a Bee-Bot Robot.
Students in Mrs. Rodrigues's first grade class practiced STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics) by making sleds out of pipe cleaners and craft sticks. They then tested their sleds on a variety of ramps they created.
Students in Mrs. Rodrigues's first grade class practiced STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics) by making sleds out of pipe cleaners and craft sticks. They then tested their sleds on a variety of ramps they created.
Students in Mrs. Zimmerman's pre-k classroom enjoyed yoga as part of their brain break between learning.
Students in Mrs. Zimmerman's pre-k classroom enjoyed yoga as part of their brain break between learning.
Students from Mrs. Zimmerman's pre-k class rocked the STEAM Station at A.P. Morris where they can experience a variety of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics activities.
Students from Mrs. Zimmerman's pre-k class rocked the STEAM Station at A.P. Morris where they can experience a variety of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics activities.
Students from Mrs. Greenblatt & Mrs. Crescitelli's pre-k room helped to put together our garden as part of our grant.
Students from Mrs. Greenblatt & Mrs. Crescitelli's pre-k room helped to put together our garden as part of our grant.
Students from Mrs. Cardoso's kindergarten class visit the STEAM Station to learn about science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.
Students from Mrs. Cardoso's kindergarten class visit the STEAM Station to learn about science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.

Back to School Night, September 26, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Principal's Message

   Principal's Message

 

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Dear A.P. Morris Family,

 

We had a successful opening to school.  Our number one priority is the safety and security of our scholars. This year we are looking forward to a partnership with you to ensure our children can achieve their highest potential.

With support from both home and school, your child (scholar) will have an UN-BEE-LIEVABLE year.

Please join us for Back to School Night on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Please take a moment to read our Family Handbook.

Ms. Lowe

 

Pre- School Drop Off

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Student Handbook Family Handbook
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Drop Off Drop-Off & Dismissal Locations

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Important Dates School Year 2019-2020

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