• laptop and books on blue background

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Please complete the information below so a teacher will be able to contact you directly for support.

    Academic Support will run every Tuesday - Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

    Please click on the link and fill out the form to receive homework assistance.  

    A.C. Redshaw Tutoring Program 

      

     

                                                                            

     

     

    Educator of the Year Winner   

    Congratulations,  Mr. Sherief!  

    When Mr. Sherief was asked to share information about himself as an educator, he stated the following: “It has been my privilege to serve for the past 20 years in New Brunswick Public Schools. To educate and prepare 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade scholars for the opportunities that lay ahead of them. Preparing them to rise above the chaos and uncertainty to take the lead in changing the way things get done in the future.As noted in the above statement, Mr. Sherief takes pride in his profession. He also takes pride in being afforded the opportunity to educate our youth. As a math and science teacher, Mr. Sherief utilizes high level tasks and questioning techniques to advance learners. Such techniques develop critical thinking skills, and these are the exact skills needed to shape our future society. 

    Mr. Sherief and his daughter

    Mrs. Britske’s class exploring how sounds works in science! We made kazoos and cup phones. :-) 

    Students in Mrs. Britske's 1st/2nd grade class explored sound through two science experiments. Using household materials students made two devices, cup phones and kazoos, that demonstrate how sound makes matter vibrate. For the cup phone experiment, students stretched out the rope between two cups and observed as sound traveled from the transmitter cup through the rope and into the cup on the receiving end. For the kazoo experiment, students took a paper towel roll, poked a hole through the long end of the roll, covered one end of the roll with wax paper, and played the kazoo. Students then changed the variable covering the end of the paper towel roll from wax paper to foil, and played the kazoo once more. Students observed the vibrational and sound differences between using wax paper and foil. Students noticed that the foil kazoo was louder than the wax paper one, and that the foil kazoo also produced more vibrations than the wax one. After each experiment, Mrs. Britske discussed the students' observations and ideas on sound and then explained the results to make sure everyone understood how sound makes matter vibrate. 
    (Next Generation Science Standard PS4.A)

     

     

    PTO Meeting 

    Dates 

     

    Time  

    12/20

     

    6 p.m. – 7p.m.

    1/24

     

    6 p.m. – 7p.m.

    2/28

     

    6 p.m. – 7p.m.

    3/21

     

    6 p.m. – 7p.m.

    4/25

     

    6 p.m. – 7p.m.

    5/16

     

    6 p.m. – 7p.m.

    6/20

     

    6 p.m. – 7p.m.

Flyers & Notices

District Safe Return Plan

  • Detailed Safe Return Plan
  • Student Re-entry Protocols
  • Emergency Virtual Instruction Plan
  • COVID-19 Data Dashboard
  • Student Registration
  • Technology Support
  • There are no upcoming events to display.

View Calendar
CLOSE
CLOSE