WEEK OF 3/19-3/23/2018
THIS WEEK'S WORDS ARE:
PERHAPS TRAJECTORY SUSTAINABLE
Perhaps your friend can help you with your homework.
The cruise ship's trajectory will include stops at Jamaica and Mexico.
Governments should do more to promote sustainable agriculture.
Last week's words
MUTATION REDUNDANT COMMISSION
FURIOUS SASSY AUTHORITARIAN MAJESTIC ANNOTATE CENSORSHIP LUDICROUS DECIPHER ASSIDUOUSLY TWILIGHT STREAMING RAMPARTS PERSEVERANT INQUISITIVE REFERENDUM PROOF HAILED PERILOUS GLARE GLEAMING GALLANTLY ADVENTUROUS JUBILATION GRATUITY
EACH KID SHOULD GALLANTLY PROTECT EACH OTHER.
SURI R. ROOM 312
ROBERT FULTON SCHOOL’S MISSION AND VISION STATEMENTS
Mission: Robert Fulton School is committed to providing the highest quality education through the implementation of NJ’s Student Learning Standards and 21st Century Skills, at all grade levels. Our mission is to strive for excellence in our diverse community through fostering the need for personal fulfillment as we nurture character development.
Vision: Our vision is to reach all levels of achievement in our diverse community for lifelong learning.
VOCABULARY PARADE GRADES 3-5
Students in Grades 3-5 participated in a parade representing vocabulary words chosen by them on Tuesday, January 30th. Certificates were given to all who participated, as well as Most Creative Awards for each class.
Thank you to Ms. Giambelluca, and all the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade teachers for their hard work in coordinating this event!; and special thanks to Dr. Solter, District Superintendent, Ms. Solorzano, ELA Supervisor and all parents and family members for attending!
And the winners are....
1st Place-Javier Torres, 3rd Gd Room B10
Runner Up-Nyah Garcia, 2nd Gd Room 101
1st Place-Benny Zheng, 7th Gd Room 306
Runner Up-Mayda Sayanlar, 6th Gd Room 302
VOCABULARY PARADE FOR GRADES 1 & 2
Students in Grades 1 & 2 participated in a parade representing vocabulary words chosen by them on November 30th. Certificates were given to all who participated.
One student from each class received a Most Creative Award.
Thank you to Ms. Graham, Ms. Giambelluca, and all the 1st and 2nd grade teachers for their hard work in coordinating this event!; and special thanks to Dr. Solter, District Superintendent, Ms. Solorzano, ELA Supervisor and all parents and family members for attending!
ROBERT FULTON COMPUTER CLUB
Members of the Fulton Computer Club met up with the Lincoln School Computer Club at the North Bergen High School Media Center and were treated to a morning of 'everything technology'. A special THANK YOU to Ms. K. Welz and a team of others, Mrs. Stern-Protz, Mr. Vazquez, Mrs. Roula, Mrs. Bacha and The HS Computer Club and STEM students.
ROBERT FULTON PEP-RALLY
GOOD LUCK TO OUR BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS,
AND OUR CHEERLEADERS!!
Parents please be aware that no food is to be brought into classrooms in order to celebrate a student's birthday. This is due to a newly adopted policy regarding food allergies in effect in the North Bergen School District. However, your child's homeroom teacher will suggest alternative ways to celebrate your child's birthday within the classroom that are safe for all students.
Bus Schedule for River Road, Palisade Avenue and surroundings:
First Bus AM-Pic ups start at 8:10
PM-Drop offs start at 3:05
Second Bus AM-Pick ups start at 8:30
PM-Drop offs start at 3:20
***The students that report to the Wood Cliff Gardens stop, will now be picked up at 8:35 am to ride on the 2nd round of the morning bus.***
The afternoon routes will NOT be altered, so you can expect your child/children back home at their usual time.
Students in grades 4 and under must have someone waiting for them at bus stop.
Newly elected members of the Student Council.
President: Isabela Vargas
Vice-President: Caitlyn Fernandez
Secretary: Emmely Suarez
Treasurer: Nicholas Fernandez
Congratulations to Ms. Begbie, her class and the Ambassadors of Kindness.
Please click on the link for Ms Begbie's Fox 5 interview regarding Children in Unity.
Black History Month Wax Museum
Students in Eighth Grade celebrated the lives of individuals who have made a difference in society. Organized by Mr. S. Naik and Ms. B. Santos, students researched, prepared a script, and dressed 'in costume' to commemorate those individuals who have contributed to history.