Alexander Hamilton News
Read All About it: February 24, 2020
MakerSpace in AH Library
Flexible Seating in all Homerooms
The students collaborated in order to implement procedures that allows for each student to have the opportunity to utilize these wonderful resources.
Staff Spotlight: PE Teacher Mr. Jones
Where are you from? Where did you grow up?
I was raised in the Indian lake in section of Denville and I currently live there now.
What does your education journey look like?
I loved school growing up and went to Morris Knolls High School. I played Soccer, Hockey, and Track at MK and went on to play Ice Hockey at West Chester University majoring in Kinesiology.
What is your favorite thing about working at AH?
I love creating games that the students love playing. I enjoy watching the students grow into nice, kind, respectful, honest, and amazing people.
When you are not working how do you spend your free time?
Hanging out with my two sons and wife Lindsay. I also enjoy coaching and playing ice hockey.
What is 1 item on your bucket list?
A bucket list item is to watch a hockey game in every NHL Arena.
What would your superpower be?
Predicting the future.
What is a fun fact about you?
I appreciate multi-sport athletes. I am proud of my accomplishment as the only male 12-varsity letter winner in Morris Knolls HS history playing soccer, hockey, and track.
Japanese Festival of Drums
The AH community had a great time learning about Japan. A BIG THANK YOU to our HSA for sponsoring this electrifying cultural experience.
The music of Taikoza personifies power, grace, pulse, and driving rhythm. This electrifying aural and visual display featured energetic performers who captured the vitality and culture of life in Japan. Highlighted by the thunderous rhythms of ancestral Japanese Taiko drums and the magical sounds of bamboo flutes, this festive experience draws from Japan’s rich tradition
Weekly info to remember:
1. Monday is B day.
2. IREADY reports are backpacked on Monday (SORRY for the delay)
3. HSA club makeups, Dodge ball (Tuesday) & Art. Cheer leading on Thursday
4. Bigs in Blue on Wednesday
5. 1st Annual International Day is on Thursday 6:30-8:00 pm (PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU RSVP)
6. Spirit day is on Friday. Students should wear AH attire or school colors.
1. Monday is A day
2. HSA, last cheer leading session
3. National Read Across America Day is on Monday