While this school year has been a unique experience for most teachers, William O. Schaefer Elementary School teacher Jaclyn Nandlal has had an extra learning curve. In September, Nandlal, who taught sixth grade social studies at South Orangetown Middle School for the: Read More: Second Grade is an Adventure for Nandlal’s Navigators
Cottage Lane Elementary School relocated to Tallman Mountain State Park today for hands-on, outdoor education. “This is our 9th Annual Cottage Lane Earth Day, and we have more scientists than ever leading stations,” said Principal Karen Ramirez.: Read More: CLE Takes a Hike for Earth Day
In his latest Superintendent Blog post, Dr. Pritchard writes, “A very simple answer to the question ‘Who owns the learning?’ can be viewed in those classrooms where the students…contribute to the creation of content, seek meaning of relevant: Read More: Dr. Pritchard’s Blog: Who Owns the Learning?
Forty-nine South Orangetown Middle School students traveled to Quebec in February for a bi-annual educational trip organized by World Language teacher Marie-Laure Spatz. “Through the trip, they discover a francophone neighbor and new culture,” Ms. Spatz explained. “I: Read More: Quebec Trip Inspires SOMS French Students