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Are you interested in registering your Kindergarten or Grade 1 student for the Dual Language Immersion program at Community Park? The DLI program is open to students registered in any PPS School. For more details about enrolling students in the DLI Kindergarten and first grade classes, please call the Community Park main office at 609.806.4230.

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Congratulations to all the fantastic CP student artists who displayed work the Community Park Art Show! The art show premiered on June 8 and was very well attended. Congratulations to Ms. Shea for her expert curation and to her many students who created beautiful drawings, ceramics, and other works of art.

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PPS has been working with the Center for Applied Linguistics on a program review of the Dual Language Immersion program at Community Park and Princeton Middle School.

Thank you to the many parents and students who have participated in focus groups this week. The Dual Language Immersion program has been in existence for seven years at Community Park and provides students with the opportunity to learn daily in two languages, Spanish and English.

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PPS has been working with the Center for Applied Linguistics and Lisa Tabaku, Director, Global Languages & Culture, on a program review of the Dual Language Immersion program at Community Park.Thank you to the many parents and students who have participated in focus groups this week. More than 75 parents have participated in focus groups. In addition, there have been two focus groups with students at Community Party as well as two focus groups with students at the Princeton Middle School.

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a self portrait by a CP student

Inspired by the artist Paul Klee, third grade students used a combination of water and bleeding tissue paper to add color to their linear self-portraits.Ms. Shea and Mrs. Marmo, the school psychologist then engaged students in a discussion about positive character traits and read the book "The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be."

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In celebration of World Kindness Day, CP initiated a "Kindness Rocks" school-wide project, in which all students painted a rock to display in various locations outside of CP in hopes of spreading cheer and positivity. All rocks and supplies were generously donated by the CP PTO. 

Last week, the School Psychologist, Mrs. Marmo partnered with Ms. Shea, the Art teacher, to conduct lessons in all the kindergarten and first grade classes during Art to discuss feelings / coping skills and create “worry stones” made from clay.

Read Post about CP: Kindness Rocks & Worry Stones Induce Kindness & Calmness
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PPS en conjunto con el Departamento de Salud de Princeton están patrocinando dos campañas de vacunación que ofrecerán vacunas gratuitas de 4 a 8 pm el martes 30 de noviembre y el martes 21 de diciembre. Se realizará en el edificio Suzanne Patterson en 45 Stockton Street, ubicado frente a Monument Hall donde anteriormente se encontraba el Senior Resource Center.

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Welcome to a new Community Park school year. We are excited to be returning to school in person and full day!  I remain dedicated to serving as your principal and maintaining a clear vision for school unity and connectedness through conversation, programs, and events. The realities of the COVID virus remain and thus require us to maintain safety protocols and flexibility.  As your principal, my goal for this year is to lead the faculty as we rebuild our learning community.

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Monday, January 18 -- Schools Closed, M.L. King Jr. Holiday

Tuesday, January 19 -- Cohort A Day​*, follow Tuesday hybrid schedule

Wednesday, January 20 -- In-Person A Cohort A Day, follow Monday hybrid schedule

Thursday, January 21st -- Cohort B Day​*, follow Thursday hybrid schedule

Friday, January 22nd -- Cohort B Day, follow Friday hybrid schedule

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Community Park Field Day: A Message From Mr. Chorba

Community Park recently held its first Virtual Field Day and P.E. teacher Mr. Chorba praised all the CP students and parents who made it a success.

Here is a message from Mr. Chorba: "WOW! We had an amazing the number of participants for our virtual Field Day. I received over 100 pictures and videos.  Your enthusiasm and effort was outstanding. Thank you for making it a success.  Every grade was represented for pictures and videos.  The grade that had most videos and pictures (and the most bonus points) was Kindergarten!"

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