Inspired by the Poetry in Motion Project where poetry was displayed on the walls of subway trains in New York City, the second graders of Mrs. Varadarajan’s class decided to post poems they had composed in public spaces at school, like, the hallways, in the cafateria, in front of the office, the bathrooms, the gym. Basically, the idea was to make poetry not just lie quietly tucked away in the backs of library shelves, but make it accessible to more and more people to read and enjoy.
The Riverside School Organic Garden is a place where children learn, work, play, and 'educate their taste buds.' All of our students get outside for multiple experiential garden lessons at various points throughout the school year.
Town Topics had recently invited local school children to take part in a design competition to come up with an ad poster for their favorite Princeton-area business
The students in Mrs. Bertone's 1st grade class had an Author Celebration on May 8th.
Excitement was reigning high in Mrs. Varadarajan’s 2ndgrade classroom, as reading had reached a new hype.