Second Grade Teacher Heidi Echternacht's story is published in the New York Times about the second grade community exploration project and 2ndton community, including the much loved newspaper, Tulip Thymes. Portrait of Mayor Liz Lempert by Abigail, second grade.
In the News
On another hot and humid day, the Stuart cross country team had some big help from their back four runners to go 4-0 with a 23-35 victory over Wilberforce. Grace Sheppard, Alex Ottomanelli and Jasmine Hansford led the way up front. It was Melanie Burgess, Sharon Song, Cara Carr, Selena Liu and Kathryn Ix who secured the team victory with their best race finishes. This Saturday the team will participate in the Parkinson 5K at The Carnegie Center. Some of the Middle School runners and some parents will join them in this important charity event.
Caroline Mullen and her teammates on the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team were determined to start the season on a high note as they hosted Burlington City High last Wednesday in their opener.
By Joe O'Gorman
Despite being just a junior Caroline Mullen remembers the tough times as Stuart battled to get back to respectability.
Tuesday's win over Pennington marked the first time since 2008 the Tartans had won the first two games of the season.
Mullen, who was all over the field, led the renaissance as Stuart blanked a very young Pennington team on the overcast Tartans' Long Family Field in a battle of Prep B teams.
After finishing 9-9 and reaching the state Prep B semifinals, the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team has its sights set on continuing to improve.
"The team is beginning to gel nicely both on and off the field," said Stuart coach Missy Bruvik, whose team opened the season with 5-0 victory against Burlington City on Wednesday. "There has been energy and enthusiasm during pre-season and numbers are up. Players continue to work on improving their individual skills and they are excited to open the season. Read the full article on www.centraljersey.com.