4th Grade to 7th Grade

04/21/2024

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 4-7

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 4-7

Robotics Competition, November 19

FIRST LEGO League Challenge teams prepare all season to compete at tournaments, where judges provide valuable feedback on their robot, code, and Innovation Project. The final test of their work comes at the Robot Game table, where they race against the clock for a personal best score and the chance to advance to a local championship. 

The FIRST LEGO League Explore season ends with festivals, where students showcase their team models and posters and share what they’ve learned with volunteers, friends, and family. 

FIRST LEGO League Discover closes with a school-based celebration event, where students work with other teams to solve a final collaborative challenge, demonstrating for friends and family the skills and concepts they’ve learned.

Our WABASH PCSST School team-LIOBOT has joined the competition at Clifton High School.50 Teams were registered for the competition. This year’s event theme is “FIRST® Lego® League 2022-23 Energize Season”

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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