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We are planning a series of recess enrichment workshops for students. They will be workshops on topics that are interesting and educational for students, but fall outside the regular curriculum. The idea is to expand students’ exposure to a wide variety of topics that may be of interest to them. We are searching for: Staff members willing to share their own personal interests and talents with students.

When: Submit your name and idea now. Workshops will be during recess between December and May.

Who: Any staff member – teachers, aides, secretaries, administration, etc. We will expand our talent search to parents and community members soon.

Ideas: Some examples of workshop ideas might be: Collecting baseball cards, a nature walk, patterns in patchwork quilts, backyard bird watching, Lego or K’nex building challenge, tessellations, Kitchen Science demos, historical toys, Caring for Plants, etc… Many people have hobbies that are suitable to share – be creative! (Bold topics are already being planned).

How: Fill out the attached information sheet and submit to Kathleen Henn by email. (khenn@metboe.k12.nj.us). Workshops will be scheduled based on need, suitability and scheduling availability.

Coverage compensation is available for certified staff members.

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