Arthur Rann

Field Week

Field Week is from June 1-5

Click below for the grade level schedule.

field week

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Arthur Rann Music

Click the picture below to check out our very own chorus and music classes.  Thank you Mr. Paton for your amazing work with our future stars.



Fire Safety Week

Fire Safety Week is coming next week!  

The Kindergarten through third graders will enjoy a visit with our local heroes. We will check out the trucks and learn all about Fire Safety.  The upper grades will discuss the importance of fire safety and review rules of fire safety.

Don’t forget to talk with your children about fire prevention and your family’s plan for emergencies.



Another Successful Book Fair

Thank you to our fabulous FSA and our librarian, Mrs. Stauffer for another great Scholastic Book Fair. Our students really enjoyed buying new books.

pic for book fair

book fair

Rotary club delivers dictionaries

We would like to thank the Rotary Club of Absecon/Galloway for donating a dictionary to all of our Third Grade students in Galloway.  We appreciate your generosity and will put our dictionaries to good use.

Pennies for Patients


With your generosity we collected 15,500 pennies for St. Jude’s hospital.


Arthur Rann is once again participating in the Pennies for Patients- Quest for a million
pennies program from the Cat Country Radio Station (107.3) to benefit the St. Jude’s
We are taking donations until October 24th. The donation bin is located in the front of
the school outside the main office. Thank you for your support!

Book Fair March 23-March 30

The book fair will run from Monday March 23rd through Monday March 30th. Students will have the opportunity to buy books during their Library period. FAMILY NIGHT will be on Thursday, March 26th from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Hope you can make it!

5th grade Social Studies Projects

Fifth grade students have been studying Native American Cultural Regions in Social Studies.  After studying the Northwest Region they created totem poles to symbolize their families.  Native Americans built totem poles outside of their wooden homes.