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 In collaboration with visiting instructor Jennifer Kiernan from the Bergen Community College Continuing Education Department, a team of Gateway students took a Street Art class, earning Continuing Education credits and creating their own Street Art project. Each student on the team brought their own personal vision to this group project, now proudly on display in our school entrance area. In addition, the students enjoyed presenting their work for public display in the Bergen Community College Technology Building in June. 

We have the pleasure of welcoming Ms. Kiernan back for another of her popular art courses starting this month! The students are excited, and we are all looking forward to the creation of more fine art here at Gateway Padovano!

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New Jersey Meadowlands Commission Center for Environmental and Scientific Education

Gateway Padovano High School is continuing its partnership with the NJMC Center for Environmental and Scientific Education for a series of programs at DeKort State Park in Lyndhurst.

The MarshAccess environmental programs are operated and presented by educators from Ramapo College, and they provide our students with hands-on opportunities in environmental science, history, and astronomy. 

This month we will be exploring the human history of the Meadowlands, and how we have reshaped these wetlands in both positive and negative ways.

 

 

Gateway Art

 In collaboration with visiting instructor Jennifer Kiernan from the Bergen Community College Continuing Education Department, a team of Gateway students took a Street Art class, earning Continuing Education credits and creating their own Street Art project. Each student on the team brought their own personal vision to this group project, now proudly on display in our school entrance area. In addition, the students enjoyed presenting their work for public display in the Bergen Community College Technology Building in June. 

A permanent mural is now nearly complete in our own student lounge. This five-panel work celebrates many of the world’s great cultural centers, both modern and ancient. The project was developed by our students in conjunction with the volunteer efforts and talent of Ruth Neabore, our recently retired BCSS art teacher. Thank you, Ruth and our talented student-artists for this beautiful work!

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