She was named one of 11 winners of the NY Times STEM Essay Contest from over 3700 entries. MHS had 3 finalists in this contest. Sophie wrote about trials of dogs who may be able to sniff out positive cases of COVID-19!
News & Announcements
Our elementary school Physical Education teachers are holding virtual Field Days this week to honor First Responders and Health Professionals. During Virtual PE classes, students will receive specially-themed Brain Breaks from their PE teachers. They will compete in awesome activities to challenge them physically and mentally. Thanks to our PE team for collaborating with the Millburn Police and Fire Departments, the First Aid Squad and local health professionals (including our nurses!) to keep our students mentally and physically fit!
Join MMAC in a week of family conversation and togetherness. Share your photos on their Facebook and Instagram pages and be entered into a basket raffle!
Watch her video reflection here...
“Learning and Teaching About Anti-Asian Hate Crimes: From Pre-K to Post-Doc.” Tuesday, March 23, 8 pm
This Facebook Live panel will provide the historical and current context surrounding anti-Asian racism and how to teach and talk about related topics. The panel is geared toward anyone who wants to better understand how Asian American students, families and communities are impacted by racism. Educators of all levels, policy makers, journalists, parents, families, and anyone interested in these topics are encouraged to attend.
The InterACT club gives students with disabilities the opportunity to be a part of the performing arts.. Enjoy their new song "We are Club Unified"
"Does standardized testing students to reveal the obvious pose an even greater detriment to students’ mental health?," she asked the legislators. Read the article on NJ.com here.