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Extracurricular Activities

Family Math
Facilitators: Traci Schaum (schaumt@oradellschool.org) and Jennifer Telfer (telferj@oradellschool.org)
Parents and students in grade three work together on math activities with the teachers serving as facilitators. Goals are to help students learn essential math concepts and to promote math success in a supportive family setting.
Family Math meets one night a week from September - November

Family Science
Facilitators: Traci Schaum (schaumt@oradellschool.org) and Katie Sinclair (guinank@oradellschool.org)
Parents and students in grade four work together on science activities with the teachers serving as facilitators. Goals are to help students learn essential science concepts and to promote science success in a supportive family setting. Family Science Meets one night a week from September - November

Intramural Basketball
Facilitator:  Peter Kasturas (kasturasp@oradellschool.org)
Our HoOPS program provides intramural basketball competition for students in grade six that emphasizes teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership skills. H o OPS meets  Fridays during March, April & May from 3:00 - 5:00pm 
 
Math League
Facilitator:  Elinor Romer (romere@oradellschool.org)
The Math League is dedicated to bringing challenging mathematics materials to students in grades four through six. Math contests are designed to stimulate interest and confidence in mathematics for students. Contest questions are designed to cover a range of mathematical knowledge for each grade level. Math League meets on various Mondays from 3:00 - 3:40pm. 
 
Student Government
Facilitator:  Rosemarie Cataldo (cataldor@oradellschool.org)
The mission of the Oradell Student Government is to provide an organization where students in grades four through six can learn to be leaders and role models for their school.  Students can make a difference in their school, local communities, and in the world.  It's a way to enrich the lives of our fellow students.  Student Government is an organization where students can come together and make things happen.  (Written by Student Government 2013-2014) Student government meets on various Mondays from 3:00 - 4:00.