Welcome to New Garden Elementary School where learning counts and everyone matters. We are committed to providing a nurturing and supportive learning environment for students to grow and feel successful while providing an excellent instructional program to meet the individual needs of all students.
A dedicated and caring staff, enthusiastic students, and positive, supportive families make New Garden a special place for everyone! I look forward to our partnership in your child’s education.
Susan J. Mc Ardle, Principal
There's so much stuff going on at New Garden during the month of March. Please review the calendar to see what is happening every day. March Calendar
Every month, several great writers get the opportunity to share their writing pieces with Mrs. McArdle during their lunch period. Each student reads his/her writing piece and they have great discussions. At the end of the sharing, students are offered a surprise treat. "I loved sharing my writing and eating with...
New Garden students are 100 days smarter. This past week, students celebrated the 100th day of school. There was much excitement through the halls of New Garden.
Here's the latest information concerning New Garden from the principal. Principal Newsletter
Mrs. Braunstein's and Miss Smith's 5th grade classes dived deeper into renewable and nonrenewable
resources while studying earth science. The cookies were the
"landscape" and the chocolate chips were the coal. The students
experimented with different extraction methods, then discussed the impact on
their landscape. Connections were made
between cookies and real-life landscapes.
New Garden has an intern principal, Dustin Mott, who will be working here until the end of April. He is a mathematics teacher at KHS. He is looking forward to working with the staff and students at New Garden.
Students from KHS visited New Garden's 5th grade this week. SADD stands for Students Against Destructive Decisions. They facilitated discussions about making good decisions, discussed good and bad peer pressure and refusal strategies. Students also performed skits applying what they learned.
New Garden families were treated to an instrumental assembly this past week. The orchestra and band consisted of the violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, trumpet, alto saxophone, trombone, percussion and bells.