PLAINFIELD, NJ - Students at Frederic W. Cook School in Plainfield were recognized today for being named to the honor roll and for having perfect attendance during the first marking period.
Acting Principal, Dr. Johan Rojas, said, “It’s important to honor our students, teachers and parents because this is a community effort. Recognizing our students inspires them and motivates them to continue to achieve and to progress.
“We also recognize our students who consistently attend school every day and on time because attendance impacts how well students do academically.”
Students were also presented with awards for Rising Star, Student of Character, Art (Van Goh Award), Music (The Beethoven Award) and Sports (The Michael Jordan Award). See a list of all of the award winners.
Cook School is a Pre-K to 5th Grade school with 204 students.