Newark NJ, March 7, 2014 – Newark’s Hawkins Street School is combining this week’s culminating Dr. Seuss events with a breakfast in celebration of the school’s Honor Roll students. For the event, staff will decorate the gymnasium and assist in cooking and serving the expected hundreds of students and parents.
Hawkins Street School Principal Sandra Marques enthusiastically stated, “We expect approximately 300 to 400 parents to recognize our honor roll students. My staff organizes, decorates and even cooks for the event. It was a huge success last year and we expect an even a better outcome this year.”
With an enrollment of 593 students, Hawkins Street School is located on the eastern end of Newark’s Ironbound Section near the Passaic River. The school community has come together this year to host a variety of events for students and the community, such as a Science Fair, a Halloween Parade Spanish Heritage and African American History programs, and a Breast Cancer Awareness campaign.
WHAT: The school is combining the Dr. Seuss events of the week culminating with a breakfast in celebration of the Honor Roll students. Staff will decorate the gymnasium and assist in cooking and serving the expected 300 or more students and parents.
WHEN: Saturday, March 8, 2014, 9:00 a.m.
WHERE: Hawkins Street School, 8 Hawkins Street, Newark, NJ 07105
WHO: Students, more than 300 parents, school administrators and teachers.