Author visits school
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Author Nathan Levy visited Clarendon School recently. Parents, teachers and students enjoyed an informative evening. Pictured are: Harvaniya Krishnan, Catherina Cortez, Sofia Wang, Steven Taylor, Jessie Green, Preston Luh, Mrs. Michele Wurst, Maxx Celebrano, Mr. Nathan Levy, Anushka Advani, Madeleine Hanley, Jodi Schwartz, Alyssa Jaipersaud, Savannah Kocerha and Elizabeth Gallou.
Author Nathan Levy visited Clarendon School recently. Parents, teachers and students enjoyed an informative evening. Pictured are: Harvaniya Krishnan, Catherina Cortez, Sofia Wang, Steven Taylor, Jessie Green, Preston Luh, Mrs. Michele Wurst, Maxx Celebrano, Mr. Nathan Levy, Anushka Advani, Madeleine Hanley, Jodi Schwartz, Alyssa Jaipersaud, Savannah Kocerha and Elizabeth Gallou.
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On Wednesday evening, May 16, 2012, Nathan Levy visited Clarendon School for a parent presentation on critical thinking. Nathan Levy is an educator and the author of a wide array of unique books to raise student achievement. Some of his titles include: Stories with Holes, Whose Clues? Stories to Stretch Minds, and Not Just Schoolwork. In his thirty five years as a teacher and principal, Nathan worked directly with children, teachers and parents. He has developed unique teaching strategies that encourage the love of learning. Mr. Levy has mentored more than thirty current principals and superintendents, as well as helped to train thousands of teachers and parents in better ways to engage children in learning. Mr. Nathan Levy is the current President of The New Jersey Association for Gifted Children, (NJAGC) and Mrs. Michele Wurst, Board Trustee of the NJAGC will work closely with Mr. Levy and the other board members to continue to provide enriching experiences and unique opportunities for the students of the Secaucus School District. Thank you to the parents and students for attending this interactive presentation.
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