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Robotics Team Wins Project Award!

get link Congratulations Panther Power! With an exemplary rubric, the team won the Project award. They designed the "Tube-Brush 1159" - a tooth brush system that will cut the astronauts steps from 26 - 9 steps when brushing their teeth. Here are the details on their innovation in their own words: enter site Problem This year the topic is http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=viagra-generico-100-mg-online-prezzo-piu-basso-a-Torino Into Orbit. The group had to choose a problem. They researched various problems that astronauts have in space. In the end, they decided to solve this problem. Astronauts have a hard time brushing their teeth in space. They have 26 steps to brushing their teeth. If they don’t do them correctly, it could be dangerous. All the particles of water and toothpaste can float away and get on important pieces of equipment, causing the equipment to get damaged or worse. Dr. Pelcher, a dental expert, talked to us about how brushing your teeth is important to an astronauts overall health, including heart, lungs, and mental. Our innovative solution is the Tube-brush 1159. This toothbrush does many things. Our Tube-brush 1159 includes 2 syringes. One has water and the other has toothpaste. They are connected by a thin clear tubing that goes up to the head of the brush. In the center of the brush head is the end of the clear tubing. The steps to brushing your teeth with the Tubebrush 1159 are: 1. Put the toothbrush in your mouth. 2. Push the syringe lever of water and toothpaste to your desired amount. 3. Brush your teeth. 4. Swallow or spit in a cloth the particles of toothbrush and water. 5. Repeat steps 2,3, and 4 as needed. 6. Take the toothbrush out of your mouth. 7. Reattach toothbrush to Velcro on wall. To help with this project, the team interviewed experts: Trent Seelig, an astrophysicist, our own Dr. Pelcher, a dentist, Christine Collins from NASA, Michael Nitzsche, an alumni Team member who had an internship with NASA and Dr. Marcy Pasternak a psychologist.

Christmas in a Box – Please Help Us Help Others in Need!

As Part of the Academy’s Ministry in Action Program, we invite each AOLP family to be a Christmas Angel in our Christmas in a Box: Helping Horizon Gift Drive. The Academy has chosen to become actively involved in this opportunity to put faith into action. We are asking each family in our school to help someone in need. Christmas in a Box is designed to reach out to select families of the Horizon Schools in Livingston, New Jersey. These families live in abject poverty and are raising a child or children with multiple physical and mental disabilities. The Horizon schools serve more than 150 children ages 3-21 with multiple disabilities. WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE ONE CHILD AT A TIME!! PLEASE CONSIDER BECOMING A CHRISTMAS ANGEL THIS YEAR. Donation Sign-Up Form (PDF)

Garden Engraved Bricks on Sale Now!

Our front entrance garden area is almost complete (if only it would stop raining!) and we are now looking forward to placing engraved paver bricks in the walkways. These bricks can be ordered online by clicking on the link below. They also make a great gift for a graduate of our school or a teacher - past or present. Bricks $100.00 The inscription can be no more than 21 characters per line, 18 recommended and no more than 4 lines, 3 recommended. An email will be sent to you for the online form so you can add your inscription after purchase. Please visit https://squareup.com/store/AOLP-HSA/ to place your order. Thank you for your support!

New MakerSpace Room Provides Challenges for Academy Students

The newly created MakerSpace room located near the library and art rooms is a colorful room filled with all kinds of building materials. This room was "created" during the summer (with the hard work of Mr. Cruz, Fr. Johan and Mr. Castillo)  and will be a place where our younger students will work together using the engineering design process to build objects to solve problems. This is all part of our STEAM integration in the curriculum and it's a whole lot of fun! In addition to building materials like wooden blocks, cardboard, and plastic containers, there are also Amazon Fire HD tablets for programming BB-8 Sphero robots. Students will also be challenged with Little Bits Student kits that teach simple circuity.

Wonderful Time at 65th Anniversary Gala and Blue Ribbon Celebration

The 65th Anniversary Gala and Blue Ribbon Celebration Friday evening was a wonderful event at The Westin Governor Morris Hotel in Morristown. A special thanks to Mrs. Reece and Mrs. Slattery for organizing the evening's festivities - you ladies are always amazing! God Bless The Academy of Our Lady of Peace and the many children that walk through our doors for many, many more years to come.

NP Police Dept. and Faculty Discuss Safety

Thank you Sergeant Bubb and Officer Boccellari from the New Providence Police Department for joining our faculty and principal for our final faculty meeting this year to discuss school safety measures with us. We appreciate your time and effort in training and helping us to keep our school community safe.

Fall Open House – Sunday, November 11 – 10 AM to 12:30 PM

dove acquistare il vardenafil 20 mg The Academy of Our Lady of Peace in New Providence, NJ will be hosting its Fall Open House on Sunday, November 11th from 10 AM to 12:30 PM. The Academy is a Catholic elementary school in the Archdiocese of Newark serving students from PreK-3 through the eighth grade. http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=cialis-generico-mexico-farmacias-similares Academic excellence built on Catholic tradition
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  • Full and half-day Pre-K academic programs for 3 and 4-year-olds
  • Full day Kindergarten with strong academics enhanced by special subject areas
  • Primary Grades 1-4 provide strong foundation in core subjects along with opportunities for applying these skills in life
  • Middle School Grades 5-8 encourage students to become independent thinkers, team leaders, and responsible young adults grounded in their Christian faith
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  • Variety of sports teams (Cross Country, Volleyball, Track, Basketball, Swimming, etc.)
  • Array of extracurricular activities (Enrichment, Student Council, Choir,  Performing Arts, Forensics, Robotics, Altar Serving, Yearbook)
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  • Faculty and staff committed to providing a top-quality education focused on the spiritual, academic and personal excellence of the individual student
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) integrated across the curriculum for all grade levels (Hydroponics, Sphero robots, 3D design and printing, MakerSpace room, etc.)
  • Purposely planned small class sizes since our origin in 1954
  • Spanish for all grades PreK-3 to Grade 8 and Latin for Grades 7 and 8
As you tour our classrooms and facilities you will see for yourselves what The Academy Advantage is all...

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