Lore Elementary School

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  •  Mrs. Ritter-Mack and Mrs. Christine Meekins - Lore Teachers

    Lore Hosts First Multicultural Literacy Night

    Lore School hosted the first Multicultural Literacy Night, on Tuesday, April 18th. Mrs. Christine Meekins, Dean of Students and Mrs. Kimberly Ritter-Mack, kindergarten teacher, are members of the NJEA Members-of-Color Network and were excited to bring this first event to Lore School. This year's event provided the opportunity for shared reading and read-alouds for students and families, where literature from across cultures were shared with guests. Students were given time to peruse and select books from across cultures to bring home for their home libraries as well.

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  •  Wash and Learn Reading Program Monthly Schedule

    Wash & Learn Monthly Reading Program - You are invited!

    Activity Schedule: Friday, April 14th, 4:00PM-5:00PM - Local Author Emmanuela Marci; Monday, May 5th, 4:00PM-5:00PM YOGA READALOUD; Thursday, June 15th, AIR THERAPY DOGS READALOUD at the Laundry Depot, 1980 Olden Avenue, Ewing, New Jersey. "WITH BOOKS, YOU CAN GO PLACES"!

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  •  Stepping

    Lore Students Learn the History of "Stepping"

    To honor and celebrate Black History Month, the students and staff of Lore School watched and participated in an energetic presentation titled Soul Steps, where students learned about the African American dance tradition known as "stepping". Three amazing dancers shared their talents, while also explaining the historical use of gumboot dance, specifically in South Africa. They then discussed how members of today's African American fraternities and sororities use stepping as a means of unity and self-expression. Students joined the Soul Step dancers during the high-energy performance as well. All day, students could be heard clapping and stepping in the halls and on the playgrounds of Lore School.

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  •  Lore Title I First Grade Book Club

    First Grade Students in Mrs. Hoh's Title I Book Club are Reading and Creating!

    Lore students in Mrs. Hoh’s Title I First Grade Book Club are reading books about animals. After reading the book, the students then pick an animal part and create a picture of themselves with that animal part. Mrs. Hoh shared that the students are having so much fun reading and creating!

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  •  Stress Ball Activity at Lore SEL Night

    Lore Hosts SEL Winter Wonderland Family Night

    Lore School hosted its second annual Title I SEL Winter Wonderland Family Night in January 2023, and it was a hit with everyone in attendance. While teachers and staff members discussed social-emotional learning, Zones of Regulation, and mindfulness with parents and families, students engaged in activities intended to bring their mind, body, and breathing together. Students created mindfulness jars, painted or colored crafts, and engaged in Yoga activities. Students and staff members explained to families and guests that these strategies can be used by anyone who may be feeling upset or when emotions "get big," and everyone left with resources to continue using these strategies at home. One student explained it perfectly when he said, "Everyone gets angry or upset. It's totally normal. It's what you do to calm down that makes the difference."

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  •  Google Classroom Parent Presentation

    Lore Students Learn about Computer Engineering

    Thanks to a collaboration between Lore first grade teacher Ms. Burns and Lore parent Mr. Zimbaldi, Ms. Burns' students learned about the field of Computer Engineering and were given the opportunity to engage in coding and gaming in class. Mr. Zimbaldi, who works for Google, was joined by two colleagues, all of whom shared their knowledge and experiences in the field of Computer Engineering. The class visitors discussed the impact that Computer Engineering has on many aspects of life, from safety and security to gaming and entertainment.   

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  •  Lore Safety Patrols

    Lore School Safety Patrol is BACK!

    Lore School brought back the School Safety Patrol program for the 2022-2023 school year. The School Safety Patrols are an essential component to the arrival and dismissal procedures that welcome students to school every day and send them home after a day of learning. The patrols are made up of 5th graders who have earned the privilege to wear their safety belts. Their responsibilities include reporting to their posts on time, welcoming students at each entry door, assisting when younger students bring in projects or need their shoes tied, helping our younger children get to their classes in the morning and ensuring that students are acting in a safe manner in the hallways and outside after school. Our patrols follow the guidelines of AAA and wear the AAA safety patrol belts. These exemplary students do a wonderful job of helping to keep our students safe and start and end their days with a kind smile and a helping hand. In addition to keeping our students safe, the safety patrols serve as excellent role models for our younger students and for students who aspire to take on a leadership role in our school.

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  •  Children Learning Math

    Learning Math through Play

    Benjamin Franklin said, "Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn." Thus is the premise for the elementary schools' math program. At Lore School, students spent time this fall exploring math concepts such as place value by interacting with manipulatives and playing games with classmates.

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  •  Lore School - Mrs. Price's Class

    Supporting Students Socially, Emotionally, and Academically

    It was once said, "Students don't care how much you know until they know how much you care." With this in mind, the staff at Lore School spent the first weeks of school focusing on the social-emotional needs of students and engaging in activities that brought students and staff together.

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