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In their own words, The Peck School's fourth grade would like to thank the hard-working utility workers that are helping to repair the extensive damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
After studying the democratic process and campaign issues throughout the first few months of school, Peck students in grades 4-8 cast their ballots for President of the United States.
The Peck School is hosting Anjali, a sixth grade student from Nepal. On Wednesday, Oct. 10, Anjali shared her deeply-moving story with our community at an all-school assembly.
Peck Lower School students exhibit their cupcake-themed "Masterpieces" at The South Street Creamery in Morristown.
Wondering about the 13-14 School year? Join us for Peck's first Admission Open House and learn why a Peck experience is the right choice for bright young minds!
Over three hundred students cheerfully began their first day of school at The Peck School in Morristown, NJ.
The Peck School Honors Students, and Gives Community Service Award to Morristown Resident Richard R. Eger, “Renaissance Man,” at Annual Robin Ross Assembly.
Fourth Grade students from The Peck School were honored with a 2012 New Jersey Governor's Youth Jefferson Award for Outstanding Community Service.
The Peck School recognized several students for high achievements and hard work at an All-School Assembly on May 4, 2012.
Lower School students demonstrated their science projects for classmates and parents on Wednesday and Thursday, April 25-26, 2012.
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