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School No. 3 News
Schoool No. 3 April News
Congratulating  Mrs. Jamie Antifonario for receiving a grant from The Fort Lee Education Foundation.  The grant will be used for a visit from award winning children's illustrator Paul Zelinsky on May 24, 2016 at School No. 3.
Educational Services Professional of The Year
Dr. Pamela Rothman                                                                                                                                                          My parents would tell you that since I was a little girl they knew I would one day work with children. I was a great big sister, babysitter and friend. Back then they thought I would become a Pre-School teacher! They were almost correct. As I moved my way through school, I began to study Psychology and was intrigued by the theories and techniques that existed, In College, I decided to pursue an advanced degree in Psychology. I graduated from Pace University with a doctoral degree in School-Clinical Psychology. Initially, I worked at Hackensack University Medical Center, in the Institute for Child Development. While there, I evaluated children, ran groups and did individual counseling. However, I soon decided that I wanted to work in the school setting. I have been a Fort Lee School Psychologist for 7 years. I have had the wonderful opportunity to work with staff in the Pre-School, Middle School, and a few of the elementary schools.  I consider School No.3 to be my home. This year my first group of Kindergartners will be graduating 6th grade! I have enjoyed watching them grow and develop over the past few years and I look forward to continuing to work at School No. 3 for many years to come!
PARCC Schedule 2016
Wed. April 13: ELA Unit 1-Grade 3 & 4 (90 min)
Thurs. April 14 ELA Unit 2- Grade 3 & 4 (75 or 90 min)
Fri. April 15: ELA Unit 3-Grade 3 & 4 (90 min)
Mon. April 18: Math Unit 1- Grade 3 & 4 ( 60 min)
Tues. April 19: Math Unit 2-Grade 3 & 4 ( 60 min)
Wed. April 20: Math Unit 3-Grade 3 & 4 ( 60 min)
Thurs. April 21: Math Unit 4-Grade 3 & 4 ( 60 min)

Fri. April 22: ELA Unit 1-Grade 5 & 6 (90 min)
Mon. April 25: ELA Unit 2-Grade 5 & 6 ( 90 or 110 min)
Tues. April 26: ELA Unit 3-Grade 5 & 6 ( 90 or 110 min)
Wed. April 27: Math Unit 1- Grade 5 & 6 ( 60 or 80 min)
Thurs. April 28: Math Unit 2-Grade 5 & 6 ( 60 or 80 min)
Fri. April 29: Math Unit 3- Grade 5 & 6 ( 60 or 80 min)
Mon. May 2: Math Unit 4-Grade ( 60 min)

 
BRIANA LOPEZ FUNDRAISER

DEAR PARENTS & GUARDIANS;

    
   PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT    BRIANA
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Teacher of the Year - Michael Pachos

I began as a fifth grade teacher in February of 2007. With the help of two veteran  teachers, Mrs. Susan Pieri and Mrs. Carol Kuchar, I began my adventure in public education. As is typical for any first year teacher, those first few months were trying, and I cannot thank them enough for their support and advice. The following year I had the chance to move to the sixth grade in Rita Guarnaccia’s position. For those few who do not know her, she is a fixture in the community and has taught literally generations of Fort Lee residents. Knowing that I could never replace her, I wondered how I could ever begin to fill the space she had left. Again, my good fortune pulled me through when Mrs. Fran Comunale took me under her wing. With her example and wisdom, I was able to learn the ropes of the sixth grade quickly, which was fortunate, because Fran was due to retire at the close of the school year. Thus, in one and a half years, I found myself the senior most teacher in the sixth grade in School Three. In the 2008-2009 school year, I was exceedingly fortunate to be paired with my teaching partner, Brad Deitsch.  Mr. Deitsch has been an indispensable partner that has helped to mold our sixth grade class into a Blue Ribbon worthy caliber. Looking back at the past nine years, I am extremely proud of the work that has been accomplished. I look to the future, knowing that as a teacher, we have the opportunity to make a profound difference in our students’ lives. I am extremely thankful to the district, my colleagues, the students and their families for the honor of this award.  Michael Pachos
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