By the time Todd’s first graders enter second grade in the fall they will be proficient writers. Students in Deborah Adelberg and Andrea Jacoby’s class created entire books, complete with a cover and a table of contents, to showcase their knowledge about a variety of subjects.
If students cannot get to a museum, the museum will come to them.
One of the final projects for fifth graders this year was to create a Latin American Countries museum. Students in Lori Fraternale and Suzanne Mauriello’s classes made posters that featured information about various Latin American Countries.
Masks are off, kickball is back and smiles on students’ faces are everywhere!
This week, fifth graders in Lori Fraternale and Suzanne Mauriello’s classes had a blast playing one of Todd’s favorite games and oldest traditions on the grassy field.
It is bittersweet, but Todd Fifth graders are going to leave the school and move on to Briarcliff Middle School in the fall. Until then, however, they have been enjoying their final days as elementary school students at the school playground.
It’s safe to say there were some very happy dads this past Father’s Day. Todd second graders created beautiful artwork as special gifts to present to their fathers this past holiday.
Todd fourth graders recently wrapped up their geometry unit and have been putting their knowledge to the test: the walls of the fourth grade wing have been covered with posters of colorful maps that showcase their knowledge in geometry in a grade-wide project which was initiated by fourth grader teacher Kathleen Godleski.