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School Announcements
A BIG "Thank You" to the School #4 PTA for hosting a very successful "1st Annual Carnival and Craft Fair" Fundraiser. The day was filled with excitement, enthusiasm and positive energy! All the proceeds will benefit the children and teachers of School #4!!! Also, a very big "Thank You" to the School #4 Staff for their support of this event! Staff members, worked the food stands, craft tables, and sacrificed themselves in our Dunk-Tank! THANK YOU TO ALL!!!
Teacher of the Year!

I am honored to have been chosen as this year's Fort Lee School #4 Teacher of the Year! I have  been a member of the Fort Lee School family since 2010. Within that time I have put together several student art shows, worked with high school students to build and paint drama sets, collaborated with classroom teachers to create cross-curricular art projects, and lend artistic assistance to many of our wonderful clubs and activities. Prior to coming to Fort Lee, I was an artist in residence at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport IA. I earned my bachelor's degree in fine arts and education at Ramapo College of New Jersey. I very much look forward to the many exciting years ahead of me here in School #4. 
PTA Fundraiser...
The School 4 PTA is so proud to be working with Farmigo starting this month.  It really is as wonderful as it sounds.  Fresh, locally grown food that you can order in the quantities you want and delivered every week to School 4 for you to pick up.
For more info, Click Here...
SADD Fundrasier!!!
Our school has partnered up with The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise awareness of blood cancers - leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma.  This campaign can teach our youth that they can make a huge difference one penny at a time.  Every child has the power to make a positive impact in life!    
For more info, Click Here...
Project Cicero Book Drive!
The Project Cicero Book Drive Contest is running until tomorrow, March 6th.  The SADD Committee of School 4 is asking students to donate new and gently used books for children and young adults, including picture books and chapter books all across the genre.  Please Do not donate Out-dated Textbooks, adult books, and old library books.   All books will be donated to under privileged schools in Northern New Jersey.  The class that donates the most amount of books wins a pizza party! 
School Messenger Information!

Dear School Four Families,

As you know, the Fort Lee School District uses the "School Messenger" phone and email service to notify parents of vital school information and announcements. We ask that parents and guardians take a moment to verify that School #4 has all current contact information for your child. Please feel free to contact our main office, (201-585-4650), if you have any questions.

School Four Faculty Members Honored!
Congratulations to the following School Four Faculty Members:

Elizabeth Bartel  2014-15 Teacher of the Year 
Lisa Forte  2014-15 Educational Services Professional of the Year
January 2015
Dear Parent/Guardian:
In the spring of 2015, the New Jersey Department of Education will begin to administer the PARCC assessment to students in grades three through eleven.  The PARCC assessment is an electronic assessment designed to measure student proficiency in Language Arts and Mathematics, as defined by the Common Core Standards.  This two-part computer assessment will replace the NJASK Mathematics and the NJASK Language Arts in grades three through eight. It will also replace the HPSA Mathematics and HSPA Language Arts in grade eleven.  The NJASK Science in grades four and eight, as well as the NJ Biology Competency test at the high school level, will continue throughout the 2014-2015 school year. 
The first part of the computer based assessment, the Performance Based portion, will be administered to Fort Lee students between March 2nd & March 27th.  The second part of the assessment, the End of Year portion, will be administered between April 27th & May 22nd for students in grade three through eight, and between April 20th & May 15th for students in grade nine through eleven.  In both the Performance Based and End of Year PARCC assessment, the Language Arts section consists of three assessments, and the Mathematics portion consists of two assessments.  Specific dates and times for each grade level within these date ranges will be provided once each school finalizes their schedule.  Our Administrative Team will also be hosting PARCC Parent Nights in the end of January.  Please check our website for updated information.
To learn more about the PARCC Assessment please visit:
http://www.parcconline.org/for-parents (PARCC information for parents)
http://www.parcconline.org (Sign up for online newsletter)
http://practice.parcc.testnav.com (Practice tests)
http://www.corestandards.org/ (Common Core Standards website)
                                                                                   Lauren Carrubba
                                                                                   Director of School Counseling Services
PARCC Parent Information Night
Thank you to those who attended!!!
School #4 will be hosting a PARCC Testing Parent Information Night on Wednesday, January 28th at 7pm in the Library. At that time, speakers from the district will discuss the PARCC and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions and obtain information on the upcoming state test. 
American Education Week - Parent Visitations
On Thursday, November 20th, School #4 will be hosting parent visitations as part of American Education Week. Classroom teachers have sent home invitations to parents designating specific times for classroom visits.

Guests should:
  • Enter through the front doors
  • Sign in & wear the issued school ID name tag
Further, we respectfully ask that all basic classroom visitation etiquette be followed:
  • Please stay for your allotted time only
  • Please do not bring small children, adults only
  • Please turn off your cell phones/no picture taking
 *Your cooperation with these requests is very important to ensure an orderly school environment

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!

Firefighter Phil Safety Program!
On October 17th, School #4 was visited by Firefighter Phil! Firefighter Phil's Safety Program teaches children about stranger danger, the negative effects of bullying, fire safety, internet safety and respect for authority figures. Thank you Firefighter Phil!
Tolerance & Respect Taught Through Archie Comics!
ASSEMBLY PROGRAM: NANCY SILBERKLEIT, Co-CEO of Archie Comics is returning to our school for the second year in a row. Students in grades 2-6 will have the opportunity to attend her wonderful presentation on October 22nd. We are thrilled and honored to have her back again!

Be More Awesome Assembly Program!
To "kick off" October being the Month of Respect, the students at School #4 were presented with an assembly that included a powerful anti-bullying message, as well as a fun approach to encouraging healthy choices! The students enjoyed the positive message from this wonderful program!

We thank the School #4 PTA for donating the funds to bring this great program to our school!
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