In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, Johnson Park School’s P.T.O. created a video presentation to celebrate all staff members at our school.
Fourth-grade teacher Emily Reeg of Johnson Park reached out to the rest of the Johnson Park staff to create a wonderful collage forJohnson Park students and families.
Hello, Friend of JP!
Well, we’re into Week 2 of our new normal. I hope you and those whom you love are well.
JP’s staff members and I have remained in close touch, so we’re aware of the many successes we’ve had with remote learning. We’re also aware that we (our educators), our pupils, and the latters’ parents have faced challenges.
During the past week, our staff members, in the face of the corona-virus situation, have been preparing for our school closure, necessitating a "remote-learning" mode for at least the next two weeks, Mar. 16th-20th and Mar. 23rd-27th. Thank you to our exemplary colleagues for the dedication, flexibility, collaboration, and creativity they’ve invested to make this adventure work; as usual, their professionalism and expertise have shone brightly throughout the week!
For the 13th year, JP has collected food for local families through donations to our annual Turkey Trot. This year was like no other.
In the next two years, Princeton Public Schools will use $27 million in referendum funds for health and safety upgrades to schools, including new air conditioning for some classrooms. Here are some of the planned improvements at Johnson Park.
Scholar-athletes from Princeton University's women's softball and ice-hockey teams visited JP classrooms to read to students.
A letter to parents and students from Principal Ginsberg.
As you may know, our JP P.T.O. is building an Amphitheater. We seek to commemorate all current JP pupils and staff members!
We’ll plant trees around our amphitheater with dedications to everyone currently at JP. Whether or not you participate in our brick sale, we’ll still, with your permission, include your child in our class dedications.
JP third graders presented the Princeton History Museum, featuring exhibits on Princeton's education, communication, and transportation systems and town development.
Johnson Park pre-K classes visited Howell Living History Farm, where the children learned about farm life in the 1800's.
On Fri., Apr. 12th, Johnson Park students and parents gathered in a darkened all-purpose room in anticipation of viewing the second grade's performance of Strega Nona, an original script that the children helped develop, based on the popular children’s Strega Nona series.