Daily Announcements

"Be the change that you wish to see in the world." -Arleen Lorrance




Have a Safe and Happy Summer! – McGuffey PK-8



Four Photography students have been selected to be in the State of NJ Art Showcase:

Hope, Healing and Resilience Through the COVID-19 Pandemic 

Congratulations to:

Kaylee Mizvitowicz

Gavin Lourenco

Munazzah Loyal

Marcus Szaro





Online Sports Registration

Online Registration for Fall Sports is now OPEN. The deadline for registration and physical submission is AUGUST 5th. 

**Make sure you have an active physical on file in the nurse's office.





Today is National Social Media Day. In its short life, social media has redefined how people interact, communicate, and share with family, friends, and the world. Social media makes it possible to stay connected and informed about those important people in our lives. Reconnecting with classmates, past work associates, and more is also a valuable part of social media. It has also made it possible to connect with ancestors and find relatives you never even knew existed. Yes, the family tree has become a social media platform as well. MyHeritage.com, Ancestry.com, and many others all supply a social platform where distant family members potentially meet and build their family trees.  With the launch of Friendster in 2002 and MySpace in 2003, social media became mainstream. Then 2004 brought the founding of the king of social media, Facebook. Twitter encouraged us to be succinct by posting our thoughts with fewer than 140 characters. When we express ourselves better through imagery, Instagram, and Flickr offer all the sharing we can handle. And speaking of video, YouTube is the social place for everything from how-to to pop culture to what not to do with your fireworks on the 4th of July.

On This Day in History » Resources » Surfnetkids

1859-Jean-François Gravelet, known as Blondin, crossed the Niagara Falls on a tightrope that was 335 meters (1,100 feet) long and 49 meters (160 feet) above the water.   




1966-The National Organization for Women (NOW) was founded with the mission of promoting equal rights for women; Betty Friedan served as its first president.

2019-While at the DMZ, President Donald Trump walked into North Korea to greet its leader, Kim Jong-Un, thus becoming the first sitting U.S. president to visit that country.


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