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JK girls share their knowledge of geometry at the ''Shape Show''

The JK girls took the stage in Millie's Garden on Wednesday morning with their very own "Shape Show." In front of their peers, parents, and guests, the girls educated the audience with their knowledge of 2D shapes. The show included original artwork made of various shapes, which the girls described in detail. Painted mobiles made out of paper, foam-board, toothpicks, and clay, were hung from the ceiling. Each student held a prop with photos of objects taken around the Stuart Campus.

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Classic children's novels come to life for fourth grade girls in book club

Book Club meetings are underway in the fourth grade and the girls have been busy reading classic children's novels including the novels Sarah, Plain and Tall and Journey by Patricia MacLachlan, The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes, Dear Mr. Henshaw by Beverly Cleary, Sing Down the Moon by Scott O'Dell, Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl. The girls discussed the reading, shared sticky notes and completed an independent activity such as summarizing, identifying character traits and defining interesting vocabulary words. It's been a great adventure so far and they can't wait to see how the stories end!

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National STEM Day: Second graders learn about complex machines and humor with Rube Goldberg's granson

After making their own Rube Goldberg machines in STEM class, the second grade girls were excited to learn that John George, Rube Goldberg's grandson, lives in the Princeton community and was coming to visit.

"I'm always glad and honored to share my memories of Rube with young people." John George visited the second grade class on Wednesday and shared some of Rube's original cartoon art and sculptures. The class enjoyed listening to Mr. George's memories and anecdotes of his life with Mr. Goldberg. Mr. George also spoke to the class about Rube's unique view of the world, his questioning of our overly complex lives with humor, warmth, and a good bit of wisdom. It is a message that he hopes children can take with them as they make their way in the world. Click through for photos from the day.

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JK girls share their knowledge of geometry at the ''Shape Show''

The JK girls took the stage in Millie's Garden on Wednesday morning with their very own "Shape Show." In front of their peers, parents, and guests, the girls educated the audience with their knowledge of 2D shapes. The show included original artwork made of various shapes, which the girls described in detail. Painted mobiles made out of paper, foam-board, toothpicks, and clay, were hung from the ceiling. Each student held a prop with photos of objects taken around the Stuart Campus.

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Stuart poetry contest winners celebrated on America Recycles Day

Congratulations to sixth grader Lisa Wang and seventh grader Josie Baranski who were honored at a celebration sponsored by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection. Their poems were selected as winners in the DEP's poetry contest. Young writers in grades 4–6 submitted original poems to inspire and motivate citizens of all ages to recycle their waste at home, school, work and in the community. These creative Middle School girls proudly represented Stuart at the event in Trenton!

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