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.
On Friday, April 5, 2019, Princeton University scholar-athletes visited Johnson Park for "Reading with the Tigers." Here, Ms. Saraison's K through 2 class enjoys a story about siblings.
Thanks to a grant from the Princeton Education Foundation, Johnson Park’s general-music teacher Erin Ketterer's new Makala ukuleles will soon be in the hands of JP fourth graders.
On Tue., Mar. 12th, Johnson Park first graders performed Lights! Shadows! Action! for an enthusiastic audience as part of a dance-and-movement residency.
Mrs. Walker's first-grade class explored the power of shadow in dance as part of Johnson Park's current dance-and-movement residency program.
Fifth graders triumphed over the grown-ups during Johnson Park's annual Fifth-Grade vs. Staff Basketball Game on Fri. evening, Mar. 1st.
In honor of Read Across America, Johnson Park fifth graders enjoyed a 'Book Tasting' in a 'restaurant' setting organized by their teachers.
In celebration of African Heritage Month, BrightStar Touring Theater performed for Johnson Park’s pupils and grown-ups.