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. 
January 7, 2021

Benefits of Immersion Learning by Charles Doyle

Immersion learning has a big benefit on all of the students that attend the school. It makes us different from others that might only learn english in their schools.
January 7, 2021
Sarah Mattle - Student Panel

Opening Doors, The Gift of a Language by Sarah Mattle

Learning Spanish has benefited me so much. It has allowed me to connect with my mom’s family, in Colombia, in a way that I couldn’t have if I did not speak the language.
December 4, 2020

What it means to be a strong culture by Michael Morgan

Culture is one of those terms that, when asked to define, is extremely difficult to put your finger on. It’s the fabric woven in our everyday beliefs, attitudes and behaviors. Unseen, but ubiquitous.
November 4, 2020

Dr. Tom Lickona speaks about raising kind kids

During last weeks' National Character Counts Week, HudsonWay Immersion School was honored to host Dr. Tom Lickona, considered the father of modern character education for a webinar opened to the public, “How to Raise Kind Kids”.
October 31, 2020

Halloween social-emotional skill building activities at HWIS and a note on handling fear

HWIS students involved in the Spanish track showcased their knowledge of the culture and language in projects that involved research, creativity, and presentational skills.
August 20, 2020
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How Small Class Sizes at HudsonWay Immersion School Promote Social-Emotional Development

Small class sizes facilitate social-emotional skills such as empathy, self-regulation, and listening, all central to education.
August 18, 2020
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Developing Emotional Intelligence in Children

Social-emotional learning (SEL) focuses on understanding a child's feelings with the objective of teaching to the whole student.