Bernardine Scholz's first grade class work at their laptops in the Sherman School Media Center.
Students enjoying the Anti-Bullying Assembly program at RPMS
Students in Miss Ripka's class fill in their ballots and enter the voting booth.
Megan Ripka's Pre-K class participated in Election Day by voting for their favorite dog. Clifford was elected by one vote! They named Snoopy his Vice President.
EJF-Aldene kindergarteners with their 'All About Me' books.
District teachers and staff exhibited over 50 pieces of their own artwork at the first RP Educators Art Exhibit that was held in Roselle Park.
Robert Gordon teachers participate in The Brain Show.
Robert Gordon fifth graders diligently work at their laptops.
Sheila O'Reilly's second grade students discuss their reading goals.
RP High School staff started the school year by taking a stand against harrassment, intimidation, and bullying.
Elementary parents attend a Bullies to Buddies workshop in recognition of Bully Prevention Month.
Miss Sabrina's class learn the song, "Itsy Bitsy Spider", in Spanish with Senora Rios.
Under the supervision of Ms. Gina Cesaro, Robert Gordon students created a Back to School Mural.
RP students have their artwork on exhibit at the Fall Art Exhibit at the NJPAC Center.
RPHS students show an interest in The Garden Club display at the annual Club Fair.
RP Middle School was proud to display their "Connect with Respect" theme for this year, at their Back to School Night.
Student Council speeches were held at the middle school.
Students from Miss Jill Bury's Pre-K class taste apples as part of their Apple Unit at the Early Childhood Center.
Kindergarteners at EJF-Aldene Elementary School learn expectations and procedures in the Read to Self Center.
Preschool registration for the 2016-17 school year is open.
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