The District STEM Expo '23 is this Saturday, March 18, 2023 from 1:00-3:00pm at Long Valley Middle School! For a sneak peak of what will be happening at the Expo, view the Activity List at this website: https://sites.google.com/wtschools.org/stem-expo-23/expo-23-activity-list
The District STEM Expo is this Saturday, March 18th from 1-3 pm at the Long Valley Middle School. Come celebrate NJ STEM Month at this interactive event which will include STEM activities, a showcase of classroom STEM projects and the StarLab, a portable planetarium experience!
WTSchools: The Referendum Vote is TODAY! Polling locations are open from 1:00 - 8:00pm. We hope we can count on your support!
WTSchools: The Referendum Vote is tomorrow, March 14, 2023. Polls are open from 1:00 - 8:00pm. We hope we can count on your support!
WTSchools - District Schools will operate on a 2 hour delayed opening tomorrow, Tuesday, March 14, 2023.
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING: Tuesday, March 14, 2023 @ 7:30 pm Long Valley Middle School Performing Arts Center.
The District STEM Expo is coming Saturday, March 18 from 1-3pm at LVMS! Try out Challenge #1 on the STEM Expo website: http://www.wtschools.org/stem-expo #NJSTEMMonth
WTSchools: REMINDER: The last Community Forum regarding the Referendum will be held this evening at Flocktown-Kossmann School, in the Flocktown Library at 7 pm. All are welcome!
The Washington Twp. Recreation Dept. and LVMS students are hosting a Free Adult Technology Assistance Workshop on Tuesday, April 4th. Join some of our students in learning how to better use your cell phone, tablet, or other personal technology devices!
Come Create with us at the District STEM Expo '23 on Saturday March 18th from 1-3pm at the Long Valley Middle School! Help us Celebrate NJ STEM Month at this fun, interactive event which will include STEM activities, a showcase of classroom STEM projects and the StarLab, a portable planetarium experience! To kick off our event, visit www.wtschools.org/stem-expo and participate in some STEM Challenges at home or in school!
Our 4th and 5th graders on Monday attended a district-sponsored cyber safety assembly titled 'Permanent and Public' hosted by Richard Guerry of iroc2.org. Some highlights from the program: - If you are holding your device or wearing it, whatever you share is public and permanent to the planet. Your device is an incredible tool that allows you to do amazing things. Show the world what an amazing and beautiful person you are through what you post and send to others - Are you okay if what you put out there becomes public and permanent? If you post awesome stuff, you won't have a problem. - Keep risk low online while gaming. If you wouldn't say it or take it from a stranger in a local arcade, don't. Keep the conversation to the game and only on the game. Stay out of the DMs. - Tell an adult if you're being made to feel uncomfortable on any device. Copy, print, and save what was said and share it with an adult. - Anything posted online can be downloaded by anyone on the planet, even if you delete it. - Privacy settings are an illusion. They may limit visibility, but you do not have privacy with a connected device. - Tell someone about a pop up if you don't know how it got there. That is not an issue. You will not be in trouble. - Do not respond to cyber bullying online. You only give them more information. Copy, print, and save it. Give/show it to an adult. - Apologize immediately for saying something unkind online and tell an adult to minimize the damage. Learning from mistakes is called maturing. Mr. Geurry will be back in the spring with a presentation for elementary school parents. When a date is secured, we will share it. We strongly recommend parents of grades 2-5 attend.
5th graders engage with creating stop motion video projects.
Kindergarten and 3rd graders enjoy a Buddy Class shamrock activity.
Many thanks to Mrs. Sokol for facilitating kindness-focused lessons the past two weeks starting during Random Acts of Kindness Week. Thanks also to Mrs. Conklin and Mrs. Kazan for providing time during library classes.
Enjoy the snow today and be safe!
Due to the weather conditions, District Schools will be CLOSED today, Tuesday, February 28, 2023.
WTSchools: REMINDER: The Community Forum regarding the Referendum will be held this evening at Long Valley Middle School at 7 pm. All are welcome!
The squid hat showed up on Hat Day!
Valentine's Day 2023 at FKS was a lot fun!
Save the Date for our District STEM Expo on March 18, 2023!