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January 24th Superintendent Spotlight

In this episode of the Superintendent Spotlight, Karen D’Avino spends time with some of our young women who attended a conference about Women in STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics). Our great students include Maggie Previglian, Leanna Mentone, Bri Van Orden, Victoria Annunziata, and Becka Terzakis. Also in this episode, Ms. D’Avino interviews one of our STEM leaders, Hollyce Schoepp, from our VTHS Science department.

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Water Testing Results

The following files show the results of four of our schools’ water testing results that took place during the winter break.
Water Testing-Walnut Ridge 01-2020
Water Testing-Rolling Hills 01-2020
Water Testing-Glen Meadow 01-2020
Water Testing-High School 01-2020

Boys Varsity Basketball live!

We are excited to partner with Vernon FM for today’s varsity boy basketball game against Walkill Valley starting at 4pm! You can listen live at any of Vernon FM’s stations including on the radio at 107.9 FM.

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January 10th Podcast

In this episode, Dr. McKay talks with our Tech Specialist, Janet DeSenzo, about our upcoming Parent Tech Night (www.vtsd.com/tech). Also in this episode, Mr. Villegas talks about the Kid’s Heart Challenge kickoff that starts today! And Dr. McKay also highlights many of our winter athletes, our new Board of Education members, and more!

Referendum Committee

In this episode, our Central Office team discusses the forming of a referendum committee. The Vernon Township School District is accepting letters of interest from community members from a variety of stakeholder groups to be on our referendum committee. The referendum committee will be responsible to identify facility projects in our district. Please watch this podcast to see how you can get involved.

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Superintendent’s Newsletter

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Superintendent’s Newsletter

December 19th Podcast

In this episode, we meet with the Mighty Rebekah! Rebekah Bruesehoff was recently featured on Disney+ on the Marvel Hero Project for being a positive force in the community! Also in this episode, we see some highlights from the band and Meistersingers as they spread Holiday Cheer, TREP$ happened at GM, our teachers are honored by Congressman Gottheimer, and more!

 

Superintendent Spotlight

In this episode, Ms. D’Avino and Dr. McKay visit with Mrs. Maggio’s DILS class – the Developing Independent Life Skills class. The students run their own business, the “Bow Wow Biscuits” company! The students not only came up with the name for the business, but are also involved in every step of the business including creating brochures, preparing the biscuits, and handling orders and purchases.

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December Message

 

I hope everyone had a very Happy Thanksgiving and enjoyed their time with family, loved ones and friends. The arrival of December brought Vernon its first snow days of the school year and the additional challenges of inclement weather and lost power. I hope everyone managed to stay safe, warm and is persevering during this past storm.

The holiday season will soon be upon us with many more opportunities to spend quality time with family, grandparents, extended family and good friends. I am often reminded of the lasting effects of quality time spent with family.

Country singer, Tim McGraw wrote to this in his song, Humble and Kind, “Visit grandpa every chance that you can. It won’t be wasted time. Always stay humble and kind.” It is these values of humility, kindness and respect that we try to emulate and teach your children as they grow academically, socially, emotionally and as McGraw sings, “help the next one in line, always stay humble and kind.”

On behalf of Lounsberry Hollow Elementary School, I would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season and a healthy and Happy New Year!

Please see below the many events happening at Lounsberry Hollow School during the month of December before the official Winter break begins.

Respectfully,

Eric W. Kosek, Ed.D.
Acting Principal
Lounsberry Hollow School

LOUNSBERRY HOLLOW SCHOOL

UPCOMING EVENTS   DECEMBER 2019

December 3– Lounsberry Hollow SCA Meeting  9:30AM –   Room #122 Candle Fundraiser Pick Up – 5:00PM- 6:30PM Rescheduled-Date-TBD

December 4-Janine Loweth Assembly – Author of I AM… 1:15PM – All Grades Pajama Day – PBSIS Fundraiser

December 10-12– SCA Holiday Store – during all lunch periods

December 12-Vernon Board of Education Work Session  7:00PM – LHS

December 13-PBSIS School Store

December 18-Welcome to N.J. Assembly – 9:00AM – Grade 4 -LEAD Graduation – Grade 5 – 1:11PM

December 19-Vernon Board of Education Public Meeting   7:00PM – LHS

December 20-Early Dismissal – students dismissed at 12:20PM

December 23January 1-December Recess

January 2– Students Return

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