East Brunswick Public Schools

LAWRENCE BROOK SCHOOL Marlene Burckhardt, Asst. Principal48 Sullivan WayEast Brunswick, NJ 08816

(732) 613-6870FAX (732) 249-5913

January 10, 2008

Dear Mr. Hills:

I want to thank you for arranging for the performance of the Earth Science Circus at Lawrence Brook Elementary School on Tuesday, December 18, 2007. This assemblyprogram was attended by kindergarten through fifth grade students. The concepts regardingrecycling and the responsibility for maintaining a clean environment were explained anddemonstrated in a manner that was clear and comprehensible. The two individuals whoperformed were extremely entertaining. They incorporated student involvement into theirshow. They easily maintained the attention and interest of the entire audience of 530 students.

Please advise us of any future programming of this nature that your organization is planningto offer. We are very interested in such opportunities to reinforce our classroom instruction.


Marlene Burckhardt Assistant Principal

John P. Faber School

Lehigh & High Streets
Dunellen, New Jersey 08812
Fax: (732) 968-4243

Pio Pennisi Bob Altmire Sandy Hoy

Superintendent Principal Assistant Principal

(732) 968-3226 (732) 968-5311 (732) 968-5311

February 21, 2008

Stephen RingoldThe Grand Falloons 47 Hicks St. #4R Brooklyn, NY 11201

Dear Mr. Ringold,

On February 7, 2008 it was our pleasure to welcome Professor W’s Earth Science Circus.The assembly was shared with grades K-5. The program, which went through the stages of recycling, was both fun and entertaining. Not only did our teachers, staff and parents enjoythe program, our students were highly receptive.

Professor W. understands the expertise needed to fully engage students in the learningprocess, one of which has to be entertaining and interactive. Professor W accomplished this with little effort. Our students were fully engaged while learning the importance of recyclingand what we need to do to keep our earth clean.

I would definitely recommend this show to other schools. As a matter of fact, we had visitorsfrom another school watching the performance and left here enthusiastic and excited to havebooked this program in their school. Keep up the good work!


Sandy Hoy

Assistant Principal

Old Bridge Township Public Schools

William A. Miller Elementary School

2 Old Matawan Road

Old Bridge, NJ 08857

(732) 360-4590 Eileen A. Vogel

March 27, 2007

The Grand Falloons 47 Hicks Street #4R Brooklyn, NY 11201

Dear Mr. Ringold:

I would like to thank you for coming to Miller School and putting on such a wonderful show about environmental issues. The show was great and enjoyed by all the students from grades K—5.

By using music, magic, plate spinning, and eye catching props, students were given an opportunity to understand the importance of recycling and what we need to do to keep the earth clean. Because the show was amusing, it held the student’s interest while teaching an important lesson which the children could understand clearly.

I would definitely recommend this show to other schools. The message you are teaching, pertaining to Environmental Earth Science, is very important and presented in such a way that the children enjoyed the learning process.

Sincerely, Eileen Vogel Principal