Two fourth grade members of the Young Writers Club, Grace Taylor and Nick Rizzo, recently interviewed Mrs. Laura Burke to find out more about what is involved in creating a foundation for doing good works. They share the transcript with you here.....
News & Announcements
Cranbury School had a number of students submit their writing to the 2019 National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Several middle school students were recognized for their talents!
Armaan Ahmed, who finished in first place at the Cranbury School Geography Bee earlier this year, competed in the New Jersey State Geography Bee at Rowan University on Friday, March 29th. Armaan did an excellent job against the top geographers in the State. A special thank you to Sara Fernandez for accompanying Armaan to the event. Congratulations Armaan, on a job well done!
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Come join the Cranbury Jazz Band as they host the award-winning Princeton High School Studio Band this Friday evening, May 10th at Cranbury School. This will be our last concert of the year and a wonderful chance to see Cranbury School Alumnae perform side by side with current Cranbury students.
On the evening of Friday, April 26th, students and faculty members will showcase their talents while raising money for the Childhood Leukemia Foundation.
This year the spring equinox falls on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 5:58 pm. Recognized as a time of renewal and rebirth, this day marks the official first day of spring. Also called the vernal equinox, it is a day of equal amounts of daylight and darkness as the sun passes directly over the equator. Read on for ways to celebrate this special day.......