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Cliffside Park School 4 - Cliffside Park, NJ

School 4 educates students from grades K-5. Our unique, culturally diverse environment welcomes students to their first school experience and continues to provide children with an education that meets and exceeds the highest standards of student achievement, curriculum, instruction, community support and professional development. All learners can be reached through multiple instructional approaches, including differentiated instruction for English Language Learners, Enrichment, and Students with Special Needs. Every classroom has 1:1 access ...

School 4 educates students from grades K-5. Our unique, culturally diverse environment welcomes students to their first school experience and continues to provide children with an education that meets and exceeds the highest standards of student achievement, curriculum, instruction, community support and professional development. All learners can be reached through multiple instructional approaches, including differentiated instruction for English Language Learners, Enrichment, and Students with Special Needs. Every classroom has 1:1 access to individual computers and instructional technology. Technology is integrated in many of the lessons throughout the day at the teacher's discretion. Both our Science and Math curricula allow students to explore problem based learning where teachers help students tackle critical thinking. Guided Instruction is used throughout all content areas to meet the needs of our diverse population of learners.

School 4 is a place where the home-school connection is extremely important, and Cliffside Park is a close knit community. With the continued help and support of stakeholders, we will stay connected, keeping our students' school experiences strong, valuable and most importantly, meaningful.

When faced with a challenge such as COVID, School 4 stakeholders once again came together. To adapt to remote learning, curriculum, instruction, and assessment were transitioned to online learning platforms. Teachers used document cameras in order to communicate with students through their individual computers.

Cliffside Park School # 4 is a team of highly qualified teachers who are committed and dedicated to creating a safe, educationally sound learning environment. The heart of our curriculum where college and career readiness is a main focus allows School 4 students to achieve success now and in their future endeavors.

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Cliffside Park School 4

279 Columbia Avenue Cliffside Park, NJ, 07010-2499

(201) 313-2340

Principal at time of Nomination: Mrs. Jaclyn Roussos

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To instill that we are all "Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow." We strongly feel that it is important for all stakeholders to realize that in order to be successful in an area of life it is important to always be open to learning. At School Four, we consider our greatest strength to be our rich cultural, linguistic and cognitive diversity. Our students speak many languages and hail from all over the world, but are all united in that they come from families who value education and work in partnership with the school community to create a bright future for their children.

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2023-2024 Game Log Date Opponent Result 2PT 3PT FTM FTA PTS REB AST BLK STL GP 12/14/2023 @ Mahwah L 41-55 3 — 3 — 9 14 1 1 — 1 ...

2023-2024 Game Log

Date Opponent Result 2PT 3PT FTM FTA PTS REB AST BLK STL GP
12/14/2023 @ Mahwah L 41-55 3 3 9 14 1 1 1
12/16/2023 vs. Paramus W 72-50 4 1 9 15 2 5 1
12/19/2023 @ Westwood W 52-40 8 5 21 10 1 3 2 1
12/21/2023 vs. Tenafly W 43-37 3 1 7 13 1 1 1
Season Totals: 18 10 46 52 5 10 2 4

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46

Average

11.5

Rebounds

Total

52

Average

13

Assists

Total

5

Average

1.25

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The Blended Bistro Comes to Cliffside Park

ftentimes, when a local food truck finds success, the owner opts to open a brick-and-mortar location as well. This is the case for The Blended Bistro and Owner Maddy Camacho. Her popular blend of Cuban American food and Italian classics is now being served at her restaurant in Cliffside Park.Despite running a successful food truck, Maddy says she always wanted something more. “I wanted to have my own kitchen where I could make my own creations at any given time,” she says.More from Best of NJ...

ftentimes, when a local food truck finds success, the owner opts to open a brick-and-mortar location as well. This is the case for The Blended Bistro and Owner Maddy Camacho. Her popular blend of Cuban American food and Italian classics is now being served at her restaurant in Cliffside Park.

Despite running a successful food truck, Maddy says she always wanted something more. “I wanted to have my own kitchen where I could make my own creations at any given time,” she says.

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Maddy was able to open The Blended Bistro in Cliffside Park after running the food truck for under a year. “I’m grateful I have the opportunity to offer a cozy space where people can come and feel right at home.”

The restaurant’s location is close to where Maddy grew up, as a native of the Fairview/Cliffside Park area. There’s space for 12 guests to eat inside, but The Blended Bistro will have outdoor seating for the summer. “It’s warm, cozy, bright, and relaxed inside,” Maddy says. “It’s a blend of Cuban accents and how The Blended Bistro came about with cookbooks on display.”

Maddy’s education comes from a baking and pastry arts school in New York City. She has worked in different types of kitchens ranging from bakeries and cafes to bars and restaurants.

Maddy describes her menu as “ like you came to grandma’s house with a twist.” Popular menu items include the Cuban Ham Croqueta, which is a blend of ham, pepper, and onions. “It’s an homage to the classic ham sandwich with a spicy kick,” Maddy explains. They also have a Buffalo Chicken Croqueta, Loaded Potato croqueta, and a Hotlanta Croqueta. In addition, they serve empanadas with fillings like shrimp in garlic, beef, Buffalo chicken, and Nutella and mascarpone. Other Cuban dishes include picadillo, pernil, and ropa vieja.

Meanwhile, Italian menu options include sausages and peppers and penne vodka. The Italian side of the menu takes inspiration from Maddy’s mother’s love of Italian cuisine.

Of course, The Blended Bistro food truck is still operational. The truck is often at events and festivals, but is also available for private parties, corporate events, and event catering.

Visit The Blended Bistro at 442 Anderson Ave in Cliffside Park. Look for them online to learn more.

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Do you accept Reservations?

No, they do not accept reservations.

Are there Gluten-free options?

No, they do not have gluten-free options.

Are there Vegetarian options?

The Blended Bistro offers vegetarian options, yes.

Do you offer Takeout?

They do offer takeout, yes.

Can you offer Delivery?

Yes, they offer delivery via Uber Eats.

Do you have a Liquor license?

No, they do not serve alcohol.

Is there a Kids’ menu?

They do not have a kids’ menu, no.

All Photos: © Maddy Camacho / The Blended Bistro

Don't forget about these North Jersey spring school and municipal elections

Some school districts in Bergen, Passaic, Morris and Sussex counties will hold board of education elections on April 16, and a handful of municipalities have elections on May 14 for local officials.All school elections in New Jersey were held in the spring until 2012, when the passage of a state law allowed districts to switch elections to November. Some switched to November and then went back to the spring.Any district that held its elections in the fall no longer had to seek public approval for its budget unles...

Some school districts in Bergen, Passaic, Morris and Sussex counties will hold board of education elections on April 16, and a handful of municipalities have elections on May 14 for local officials.

All school elections in New Jersey were held in the spring until 2012, when the passage of a state law allowed districts to switch elections to November. Some switched to November and then went back to the spring.

Any district that held its elections in the fall no longer had to seek public approval for its budget unless it exceeded the state-mandated 2% cap on tax increases. Only voters whose districts hold elections in April still have a say on school spending plans.

Of New Jersey's almost 600 school districts, only 12 held elections last April.

In Bergen County, Cliffside Park, Fairview and Lodi will have races. This is the first April election Lodi will have since approving the switch from November last year.

Last year, Cliffside Park and Fairview held school board elections. Cliffside Park had a 3.65% voter turnout and Fairview saw 4.17%. Both budgets passed.

In Passaic County, the city of Passaic and Totowa have spring school elections. In Morris County, only East Hanover schools do., and in Sussex County, only Byram Township will hold spring school elections.

North Jersey municipalities that will hold elections for local officials are Paterson and Ridgefield Park.

School board elections 2024

The following will have April school board elections. (*Denotes incumbents.)

Bergen County

Cliffside Park: Four candidates are running for three three-year terms.

Fairview: Three candidates are running for three three-year terms.

Lodi: Six residents are running for three three-year terms. The candidates are split into two brackets running together.

Morris County

East Hanover: Two candidates are running for two three-year terms.

Passaic County

Passaic: Eight candidates are running for three three-year terms.

Totowa: Three candidates are running for three three-year terms.

Sussex County

Byram: Two candidates are running for one one-year term.

May municipal elections

The following municipalities will hold elections for local officials.

Bergen County

Ridgefield Park: The village will have an election on May 14 for five four-year commissioner terms. Seven candidates are running, with five running together. Mail-in ballots were sent out to 709 voters by the Bergen County clerk's office on March 27.

Passaic County

Paterson: The city has 22 candidates for six City Council seats.

Joe Malinconico of Paterson Press contributed to this article.

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