• Hoboken Public School Events for March + April

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    Our Hoboken High School Correspondent, Amanda, is here to share some updates from the public schools this month. Without further ado, here she is, sharing the scoop:


    Before the spring break fun commences, the Hoboken Public School District has many events planned in the next few weeks of which to take advantage of. From exciting learning experiences, dinners, and entertainment, there is surely an event on this list for everyone. These events maintain a sense of community amongst parents and students alike, as well as benefit local schools. Take a look at this list of six upcoming Hoboken Public School events coming in March and April.

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    The Community Dinner {Thursday, March 21st from 7:00PM}

    This Thursday is the town’s annual Community Dinner. Usually held at venues such as the Elks Club, this year it’s being held in Hoboken High School’s cafeteria. The Community Dinner is a great opportunity to meet new faces for those new to the neighborhood, as well as to promote local businesses. It is recommended that visitors bring a dish with them, as the point is to savor in everyone’s company as well as food. The feast starts at 7:00PM.

    Love + Basketball Movie {Thursday, March 21st + Friday, March 22nd}

    Hoboken High School students have a chance to catch a showing of the triumphant film, Love + Basketball. In honor of Women’s History Month, this event is intended to inspire the young women of HHS through the film’s protagonist, Monica. Watch as Monica learns to balance family, romance and her passion for basketball. Showings will be held during 5th and 6th period in room 337.

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    Brandt’s Multicultural Night {Friday, March 22nd from 6:00PM}

    This year, Brandt Elementary School will hold its first Multicultural Night — a night to celebrate and learn about various cultures around the globe. There will be crafts, food, and performances. Ticket are $10 per person, $25 for a family of four, and free for kids under two.  Although this event is for Brandt, it will be held in the Hoboken High School gymnasium. 

    STEAM Day {Saturday, March 23rd from 9:00AM-3:00PM}

    STEAM {science, technology, engineering, arts, and math} is a major part of the curriculum for today’s youth. Hoboken High allows students to explore their potential interests in these subjects with STEAM Day. Activities begin with Theater Day {the art portion of STEAM}, where students and parents can participate in workshops led by members of the Drama Club. This program requires registration in advance. The afternoon is Maker’s Day, where the other aspects of STEAM come in. Participants will be exposed to several activities, such as DIY crafts, Lego challenges, and button making just to name a few.

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    Drama Club Movie Night {Friday, March 29th, from 5:00PM}

    Hoboken High School’s Theater Club presents Small Foot! The film features a friendly yeti who suddenly stumbles upon a human — a species he has never seen before. Food will be available for purchase {mac + cheese, hot dogs, snacks, etc}. The event will be held in the auditorium — tickets are $5. Bring your kids, friends, and family for a movie night get-together.

    Disney Sing-Along Event {Friday, April 5th, from 6:00PM}

    Join the Drama Club for its 3rd Annual Sing-Along Event. The children {and parents} of Hoboken are welcome to attend dressed as their favorite Disney characters and to enjoy the song performances/activities available. Feel free to bring your little ones and their buddies to this evening under the sea. Hakuna Matata!

    What event are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments!


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    Introducing Amanda, Hoboken Girl's first-ever high school correspondent! Amanda was born and raised in Hoboken and is currently a Junior at Hoboken High School. As a writer of the local paper at HHS, she has covered many topics surrounding adolescents, young adults, and the parents of our community — which she’ll cover for HG as well. Her first love is music, and for Amanda there is nothing she treasures more than playing the flute, as well as her friends and family. And when she is not busy writing and attending school, Amanda enjoys trying out new makeup trends, performing and practicing music, or just hanging out around town with her friends.


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