Mahwah: Middle School
March roars into Sage Day Middle School with the 8th grade transition program with students from the Sage Day High Schools in Rochelle Park and Boonton engaging in team building activities and conversations that help get our students ready for the transition to high school. The Arts Festival highlighting music and art presented by students will be held the evening of March 13th. A Tricky Tray Fundraiser and the Book Fair will also be highlights of that evening. Student work from the academic areas will also be on display. The Arts Festival is a unique way of showcasing student talent in the arts.
Rochelle Park: High School
One of our seniors took the initiative and placed orders for “Senior Tee-Shirts.” Sage Dayforest green color with the student’s name on the back with the number ’13 indicating the year they are graduating. Students loved their shirts and put them on as soon as they received them. Rochelle Park is preparing for our Arts Festival on April 26th, all band songs will be finalized during the first week of March. Signups and auditions for all “non-band performances,” such as skits and poetry readings are during this month as well. By March 22, all acts are finalized and no changes can be made.The shirts were ordered in our
Boonton: High School
We have made the March lunch menu available on the Sage Day website. The Plaza restaurant has been extremely gracious in accommodating food requests.
SPECIAL LUNCH…YOU ASKED, WE LISTENED!
Courtesy of your Sage Day Boonton Student Council March 21st will be MAC & CHEESE Day! The Student Council, in cooperation with staff, has made this available at no cost for EVERYONE. Mac & Cheese, green salad and water with be provided. There will be no restaurant delivery that day, you may still bring your own lunch if your prefer. Thank you Student Council!
March 5- 7- HSPA Testing Through District (Juniors) We wish them the best of luck!