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Photo from 3rd Grade Residency

The CP 3rd Grade Residency project culiminated in an event for parents to visit to view the papier mache Alebrijes with their students and to learn more about the history and significance of these amazing works of art. Thank you to resident artist Veronica Olivares-Weber, Sra. Figueroa, Ms. McDaniel, Sra. Clemens and the parent volunteers who helped make the event such a treat for families.

Read Post about Third Grace Residency Concludes with Alebrijes
First page of the PDF file: DLIInfoSessionFlyerENG-SPFINAL-1_2

Families of rising Pre-K through 2nd grade students are invited to a special information session to learn about Princeton Public School’s Dual Language Immersion program in English and Spanish at Community Park Elementary School. Community Park is accepting applications for students in preK, Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2. The program is open to all PPS families.

Read Post about Sunday, May 21: Meet the Principal, Teachers, Students, and Parents to Learn About Dual Language Immersion
photo from CP science expo

Community Park School held its annual STEAM Expo on Friday, April 28 and it was a huge success!

Sponsored by the CP PTO and coordinated by parent Chris Santarpio, CP students circulated through 20-minute presentations on 19 different STEAM topics, from Fusion v. Fission to Making Bubbles, Bacteria, Yum or Bum to Creepy Crawly Critters, Making Music to Meet Your Brain, and many more!

Read Post about Community Park's STEAM Expo, Featuring 19 Topics, a Huge Success!
photo of Community Park Art Work

Kudos to the fifth graders at Community Park for their amazing performance of William Shakespeare's The Tempest. The CP students worked with professionals from McCarter Theater to create a magical performance. The experience was enhanced by beautiful Tempest-themed art work (in Spanish and English) decorating the hallway. The students did character studies, drawings of costumes with annotations in Spanish, letters in character, and clever dioramas that added richness to the theater experience.

Read Post about The Tempest: Art Work Enhances Performance
graphic for Dual Language Immersion

The CP Dual Language Immersion program is open to all PPS incoming Kindergarten and 1st grade students.  Families who are registering a child for Kindergarten for Fall 2023 and are interested in the DLI program should indicate their interest on the online registration “Form H, Home Language Survey” page.

Read Post about Dual Language Immersion Welcomes Kindergarten and First Grade Applicants for 2023

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