Cultural Arts Programs are sponsored by the Lincoln Hubbard PTO. Each year the PTO brings a variety of arts programs to Lincoln-Hubbard to help enrich our students education.
Questions or for more information please contact Chairperson Nina Tiger
Lisa Dadourian, Lisa Indelicato, Trish Murphy & Nina Tiger
Lincoln-Hubbard Elementary School
52 Woodland Avenue
Summit, New Jersey 07901Â Â
phone: 908 . 273 . 1333
Making Better Decisions
- An Ethical Approach -
Wednesday, Oct. 3rd
Dr. Karen Rezach, Director of the Ethics Institute, Dr. Adunni Anderson, Director of the Primary School, and two Kent Place Primary School teachers will facilitate three age-appropriate assemblies that will focus on the value of respect and the ways that students can interact with each other in a manner that embodies the ethical principles of empathy, integrity, honesty and kindness.
The students will be broken up into smaller groups and each interactive assembly will engage the students in actual decision-making through the use of case studies. KPS middle school students will perform skits for grades 4 & 5 based on issues involving social media and social interaction. This assembly takes place during Lincoln-Hubbard’s Week of Respect.
Grade 1 : 8:45 to 9:15 am
Grades 2 & 3 : 9:30 to 10:30 am
Grades 4 & 5 : 10:45 to 11:45 am
for 1st & 2nd Grade
Thursday, February 21st
Students learn the characteristics of all reptiles and the differences in their lifestyles by comparing the different reptile groups: snakes, turtles, lizards, and crocodilians. Presenters bring live animals to share with the students.
2 assemblies for Grades 1 & 2
LINCOLN-HUBBARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PTO
SUMMIT, NJ (908) 273-1333
2018-2019 Cultural Arts Programs
Patrick Garner History's Alive!
Thomas Edison: Inventor, Lecturer & Prankster!
Friday, January 11th
Patrick Garner becomes Mr. Edison and delivers a fun-filled lecture about his life, his inventions and the lessons those inventions have taught him. All students are involved in a highly interactive presentation. Students learn the 4 lessons of Edison: work hard & play hard, there are no mistakes as long as you learn from them, look at your problems from a different angle and find something you love to do in your life.
Grades 1-3 : 9 am
Grades 4 & 5 : 10 am
Meteorologist John Marshall
Thursday, March 14th
John Marshall is a NYC weatherman recently on Channel 2 with over 14 year on-air experience. His active, vibrant educational experience teaches students about the weather combining videos, animation and a live weather station. Students will also have a chance to become weathercasters.
Grades 1-3 : 9 am
Grades 4 & 5 : 10 am
Author Matt de la Pena
Wednesday, April 3rd
We are excited to announce this year’s visiting author will be Matt de la Pena. The prestigious Newbery Medal is awarded each year by the American Library Association to one author for "the most distinguished American children's book published the previous year." Matt's picture book Last Stop on Market Street is the 2016 Newbery Medal winner. Matt is the author of many other books for elementary and middle school such as Infinity Ring, Love, Carmela Full of Wishes and Miguel and the Grand Harmony. Matt speaks from the heart and his books carry important messages about caring for others, acceptance, and diversity of experience.
All day visit with entire school.
The Brain Show
Wednesday, April 10th
The Brain Show is as close as you can get to a Real Live TV Game Show. Complete with colorful podiums that feature computerized lights and sounds, students compete against each other by answering educational and entertaining questions. Students are tested on topics from school curriculum, as well as trivia and pop culture. Everyone from the contestants to the audience get involved in this energetic, interactive assembly. This assembly takes place during Lincoln-Hubbard’s Brain Awareness Week.
Grades 1-3 : 9-10 am
Grades 4 & 5 : 10:15-11:15 am
Music Technology with
Monday, June 3rd
Brent Daniels is an award-winning composer, producer, sound designer and recording artist who uses the latest in music technology to sculpt sound and create music. Brent demonstrates to students how music is produced in the entertainment industry today through computers and technology. Using a digital sampling keyboard workstation, master-level musicianship and a blend of high energy music, audience participation, information and humor, Brent Daniels creates an exciting, one-of-a-kind performance. Student volunteers participate by creating on-the-spot sounds and compositions. Using these recordings, students hear how their sounds can be manipulated and then transformed into an actual song.
Grades 1-3 : 9:15-10:05 am
Grades 4 & 5 : 10:15-11:05 am