Mrs. Weinstein’s Smarty Ants
I am smarter……..
See if they are!
Mrs. Scanlon’s second grade and Ms. Tinucci’s fourth grade classes have been working together with the Philadelphia Zoo to come up with a plan to conserve water. Conserving water can help endangered animals like the cute tamarin monkey. Students have met with a zoologist during a Skype session and even visited the zoo and met the tamarin monkey. They have put together an informative video to help spread the news that when we save water we can help save endangered animals and our environment as well. Watch our video and you too can learn about conserving water, helping our environment, and saving endangered species.
Mrs. Winesickle’s First Grade Class
100th Day of School!
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VES 2016/2017 School Supply List
All students need to supply earbuds or headsets
Grade K &1 Supply Lists was mailed out by the student’s teacher at the end of August.
Harassment Intimidation Bullying
*You may anonymously report incidents to Mrs. Palella or Ms. Polise via E-mail or using our reporting form located here
A provision in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act requires all New Jersey public schools and school districts complete in-depth self-assessment forms by their School Safety Team, measuring how well each individual school has met the law's requirements. Assessments were based on the period beginning July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. The following categories were addressed: HIB Programs, Approaches or Other Initiatives; Training on the BOE-approved HIB policy; Other Staff Instruction on HIB and Training Programs; Curriculum and Instruction on HIB and Related Information and skills, HIB Personnel; School-Level HIB Incident Reporting Procedure; HIB Investigation Procedure; and HIB Reporting. Using the Department of Education's rubric, schools graded efforts in each category, for a combined score from 0 to 78. The Ventnor Elementary School received a score of 77. The Ventnor Middle School received a score of 77.