Upper Elementary

Upper Elementary - December 21, 2018

The Museum of Natural History

The Upper Elementary students enjoyed a field trip to the Museum of Natural History to explore the planetarium as a part of their Science Unit.

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Upper School Fall Concert - December 14, 2018

The Upper School students welcomed their friends and families to share all of their hard work at this year’s Falls Concert. The students played prepared arrangements on the piano, guitar, and violin.

Upper Elementary - December 14, 2018

Nimbus Dance Works

The Upper Elementary students enjoyed a holiday performance of The Jersey City Nutcracker by Nimbus Dance Works featuring the WFM Grade 3 students!


STEM Fair

The Upper Elementary students are excited about participating in the upcoming WFM STEM Fair and their preparations are in full swing.

Upper Elementary - November 30, 2018

15 Years, 15 Hours Park Cleanup

As part of their 15 Years - 15 Hours project, the Upper Elementary students worked together to clean up Peninsula Park right here in our neighborhood.


Cards for York Street Project

The students received a lesson in writing letters and holiday vocabulary during Spanish class. This project brought together Upper Elementary and Middle School students to create seasonal cards for the York Street Project using student art and holiday messages in both Spanish and English.


STEM Fair Research

Upper Elementary students worked diligently on their research essays for the upcoming STEM Fair. Their essays cover a variety of topics from Biogas to Food Waste.

Upper Elementary - November 21, 2018

Finding Solutions

Upper Elementary students put together skits to demonstrate certain issues that they would like to be addressed in class. They also presented solutions to help with problem solving.

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Sharing Science

Some Middle School students presented a Science experiment to the Upper Elementary class that demonstrated how copper can rust easily when subjected to certain conditions. Presentations like these encourage students to be more involved in exploring Science.

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