District News

Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge Field Trip

Great Swamp offers many great places throughout the refuge to view wildlife. The Wildlife Observation Center with 1 1/2 miles of board walk allows visitors to see a variety of habitats and many different species. Along these boardwalks, visitors may see numerous amounts of turtles, snakes, and frogs in early spring and summer. Many different birds can also be observed from any of the three permanent bird blinds along the boardwalks. (Cited: Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge)

On the trip, the students went to The Rapture Trust Center to understand how the birds are rescued and how they recover to be brought back to the wild. Later, the students went on the boardwalk trail to learn about the differences in ecological successions, wildlife and plant identification. 

Please click here to view pictures from the field trip.

Field Day Preparations

On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, all 6th-12th grade students participated in preparation for Field Day. The students were assigned to 18 country teams, and they learned about the country they would be representing the next day. Students participated in several activities which included, creating a flag/banner for their country, watching videos about their country, and decorating shirts for the next day. The entire school community was able to participate in the festivities. 


Are You Interested in Playing a Sport in the Fall?

Students,

Are you interested in playing a high school sport in the fall? If so, fill out the fall sports questionnaire here.

2019-2020 M.E.T.S. Charter School - Newark Campus

M.E.T.S. Charter School Newark Community,

Please take a moment to read the letter below, or click here, from our Interim Lead Administrator Mr. Damion Frye regarding the new location of the Newark campus for the 2019-2020 school year.

New Newark Campus Location

 

 

Important Information for the M.E.T.S. Charter School Community