August 11, 2021

An Enriching Summer Camp

Our Summer Camp 2021 at our NY campus has been nothing short of an educational, fun, immersive, and a joyous experience for campers of all ages and languages! Each 2-week session was theme-based and boy, did our staff outdo themselves with engaging the campers every session!
June 23, 2021

Year-end Self Portraits

NJ art teacher Christine Maloney developed a project where students in Grades 1-7 were asked to create a self-portrait using watercolor paint.  They studied observational drawing making drawings showing backgrounds with one point perspective and shading.
April 12, 2021

Literacy Month

This past month of March was literacy month, and our Mandarin grade 2 students reviewed articles written, typed and illustrated by our 4th and 5th grade Mandarin students, which served as inspiration for their books reflecting on “The Winter”.  
April 12, 2021

Grade 3 Science

Mandarin students began an 8-week unit on “The Environment” by observing and collecting data on two types of live beetles, the mealworm, and the isopod. 
February 4, 2021

Black History Art

New Jersey campus art teacher Christine Maloney introduced students in Grade 2 to Jacob Lawrence, an African American artist inspired by the cultural visionaries of the Harlem Renaissance. 
August 21, 2020

Choosing an Academically Rigorous Elementary School

Here are several factors to explore when you look for an academically rigorous elementary school for your child.
August 12, 2020

How we successfully integrate students new to immersion in the elementary grades 

Over the years at HudsonWay Immersion School, we have had several students join our Spanish immersion program in elementary school with little to no Spanish background.

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