4th Grade to 7th Grade

04/25/2024

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 4-7

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 4-7

K-3 STEM Parent Program

The Grades K-3 STEM Parent Night was an engaging and educational event that fostered creativity and critical thinking in young minds. The highlight of the evening was a hands-on activity where students had the opportunity to create popsicle flashlights, guiding them through the engineering design process. Parents were delighted to see their children brainstorm, plan, build, and test their creations, gaining firsthand experience in problem-solving and innovation. Following this exciting activity, students were introduced to Kubo robots, sparking their interest in the world of coding. Through interactive sessions, the youngsters learned the basics of coding by playing with these friendly robots, enhancing their computational thinking skills in a fun and accessible manner. The event not only showcased the importance of STEM education but also provided parents with valuable insights into their child’s learning journey, fostering a collaborative and supportive community around early STEM development.

Spring Book Fair

PCSST 4-7 campus library will host a Spring Book Fair from 4/19 to 4/26. All information can be found in one link, our school bookfair homepage: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/pcsst4-7bookfairSpring2024

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Middle School Science Fair

This past Saturday, the science department at 4-7 Wabash campus held a Science Fair. The event was a fantastic opportunity for our scholars to showcase their scientific expertise, and there

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4-7 Grade NJSLA Parent Workshop

On April 15th, Wabash Campus hosted a workshop for parents of students in grades 4-7. The workshop, titled “NJSLA Parent Workshop”, provided parents with information on how to help their

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Read Across America 2024

Today, WABASH 4-7 celebrated Read Across America! Special guest readers shared their favorite stories with all grade levels. Then, while the students were sitting quietly reading in the hallways during

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