Thank you for a wonderful school year. Have a safe and restful summer.
Please remember to read at least twenty minutes each and every day.
Mark your calendar!
Robert Gordon School's
Back to School Night
Thursday, September 10th
at 6:30 p.m.
May 21st was the Inaugural Red Nose
Day in the United States. Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty. People across the country came together to have fun and raise funds and awareness. The faculty and staff of Robert Gordon School darned their red noses in support of children living in poverty. At Robert Gordon we believe in a just world free from poverty and work to create positive change in the world.
Spring Newsletter 2015
American Young Voices
June 4, 2015
Robert Gordon School is proud to announce that our fourth and fifth grade chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Cogswell, participated in The first American Young Voices Concert in the United States of America at the Prudential Center. Our students joined students from schools throughout
the tri-state area.
They performed the following songs.
Can You Hear
Give Us Hope
When I Grow Up
All You Need Is Love
Livin' On A Prayer
Ain't No Mountain
Videos from the Concert
The Concert Begins
A Message from the Roselle Park Police Department
The entire Roselle Park Police Department extends their gratitude to both first grade class members of The Robert Gordon Elementary School. The first grade classes of Mrs. Jean Erbeck and Ms. Kristen Mingoia selected the members of the Roselle Park Police Department to be the recipients of their “ACT OF KINDNESS”. The first graders prepared individual “Survival Kits for Police Officers” for each member of the Police Department. Special Thanks to Mrs. July Bennett, Mrs. Allison Kanarek and Mrs. Jessica Gilchrist for making the event happen.
Patrolman Joshua Medrano, Sergeant Keith Wintermute, Detective Richard Cocca and Detective Sergeant Dominick Frino had the honor of visiting the classes to receive these creative and witty gifts on behalf of the entire department. The officers were then able to speak to the classes and tell them a little about themselves, their duties and what makes their jobs so rewarding.
Fifth Grade Students Collected Food for the Casano Center.