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  • July

    Welcome to our New Faculty and Staff 2022-23

    The Peck School welcomes new faculty and staff for the 2022-23 school year.
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  • June

    Commencement: Congratulations Class of 2022!

    It was a beautiful, sunny day on June 10 when the Class of 2022 accepted their diplomas from Head of School Andy Delinsky and President of the Board of Trustees Suba Shah.

    Forty-four eighth-grade students from towns across several northern New Jersey counties participated in the commencement as they formally graduated from Morristown’s historic K-8 independent school.
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    Downy-Redhead Day 2022

    The sun was shining on a beautiful Thursday morning as The Peck School prepared for its pinnacle spring event: Downy-Redhead Day, which brings together Peck families and grandparents for a day of school spirit, celebration, and joy.
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  • May

    Gr. 4 Tea with Mrs. Sharma

    Before and after our Robin Ross ceremony, our fourth graders are granted an opportunity to have tea with the Head of the Lower School, Mrs. Nina Sharma. 
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  • Space Rocks from NASA in Sixth-Grade Science

    Our sixth-grade astronomers had the rare opportunity and experience to handle rocks straight from the moon!
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  • Bridge Breaking 2022

    Our eighth-graders have been hard at work constructing their bridges in preparation for our annual bridge breaking competition!
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  • Robin Ross 2022

    On Friday, May 20, Peck held a beloved tradition: the Robin Ross Ceremony honoring the Class of 2026. 
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  • Second-Grade Biography Presentations

    Our second graders took their first dive into nonfiction books, and learned about research and historical figures during their biography presentation project!
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  • Chalk Murals and Fence Weaving in Art Out!

    The Peck School's after-school enrichment program, "PEP" gives Lower School students the opportunity to explore new interests, and have fun doing it! This past Wednesday, joyous laughter was heard near the EH Courtyard during “Art Out” with Christina Dietz.

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  • Peck National History Day is Going to Nationals!

    We are delighted to announce that two of our group projects have been selected to represent New Jersey in NHD's National competition!
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  • Monster Lab in Third Grade Science

    Third graders learned about genetics this week in science class and discovered what makes us all unique!
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  • Using a flashlight to see how the sun hits the earth!

    Sunlight and Seasons in Gr. 5 Science

    In fifth-grade science, we learned how the Earth's axis affects the seasons.
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  • Playing with Sound in First-Grade Science

    Our first graders had a blast learning about different ways to experience sound in Dr. Kennedy's science class!
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  • Teamwork Traffic Jam in Fifth-Grade Advisories

    If you were asked to stand in a line, and change places with each person only moving once, would you be able to do it? Our fifth-grade advisories were set on the task of using their teamwork skills to change places!
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  • April

    2022 National History Day Regional Results are In!

    Before the break, results were announced for our NJ National History Day regional event at the Monmouth University competition. We want to thank all of our participants for their time, hard work, and effort, and we are incredibly proud of our community. It was wonderful seeing sixth- through eighth-graders' nuanced, thoughtful, and comprehensive presentations for their chosen topics through the lens of "Debate and Diplomacy." The project submissions from seventh and eighth graders are available to be viewed here.
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  • March

    Celebrating Persian New Year at the K

    March 20 was the first day of spring, the Vernal Equinox, and the Persian New Year!
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  • February

    Puzzles and Coding in Creative Computing’s Escape Room

    In creative computing, Peck’s eighth-graders set forth to create the experience of a lifetime for their fellow classmates. Earlier this year, students in this elective class visited Trap Door Escape Room in Morristown. They utilized Agency by Design to look closely and explore the complexity of how the Escape Room functions. “By creating this escape room, it teaches students design, collaboration, and risk-taking," said Bruce Schwartz, director of the Osborn Idea & Design Lab. “But in the process, they’re also learning about Arduino and the associated programming language.” Arduino is an open-source electronic prototyping platform that enables users to create interactive electronic objects. Using this tool, students came up with several creative, and fun challenges for their Peck community.
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  • Faculty Honored for Years of Service, Community Connections

    Teachers at The Peck School are well-known for their dedication to their students, to their craft, and to the school community.  For many, that dedication also means a literal dedication of years of service to educating tomorrow’s leaders, thinkers, and change-makers.

    During Peck’s winter Kairos Assembly (which highlights the school’s core values and community connections), special recognition was given to three longtime members of the Peck faculty and staff for their dedication and commitment to the school and its students.  
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  • Happy Lunar New Year!

    On February 1, we celebrated Lunar New Year beginning on the first new moon of the lunar calendar cycle. The festival lasts for 15 days, until the next full moon, ending with a Festival of Lights.
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  • January

    Alexander and his soccer coach, after hand-delivering his letter of gratitude written in Writing Lab.

    Students Find Their Voices in Writing Lab

    This year, in addition to our existing curriculum, we have added a separate, focused class for developing our students' writing skills. The writing lab provides exercises and writing prompts to our fifth- and sixth-grade students, and provides them with the opportunity and tools necessary to experiment with different writing styles—allowing them to find their voice.
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  • National History Day 2021

    Sixth through eighth graders explored history through the lens of “Debate and Diplomacy” for this year’s National History Day (NHD) programming.
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