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
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.
Here's what's happening around New Garden this month. January Calendar
Art tends to be the best time of day for New Garden students. They absolutely love Miss Skopowski and this love of art is reflected in the beautiful art work displayed below.
NG proudly presented "The Holidays in Hollywood" starring the 4th and 5th grade chorus and ORFF and Latin Percussion Ensembles. They performed such classics as "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch," "Hot Chocolate," and "Merry Meringue." These groups practiced very hard for this performance under the wonderful guidance of Mr....
2nd grade hosted their annual "Coming to America" program this week. Each student picked a country their ancestors were from and did extensive research. Some of the countries that were researched were France, Mexico and Ireland. Students made teeshirts about their country and music from the various countries were played....
Al Haynes visited New Garden this past week from The National Constitution Center. He discussed political parties, party platforms, campaign managers and what it takes to get to the White House. By the end of the assembly, New Gardeners had elected a new president.