I know I’m not the only one who likes to spend the cold winter months on the playground.

But in New York City, we can’t just spend it all in the winter, because there are a few schools that are already in the freezer.

Here are the best frozen schools in New Jersey.

1.

Rosemont School, New York Schools like Rosemont are the epitome of the “super-duper-cool” concept in New Zealand.

They’re not even in the city anymore.

The school opened in 1929, and the original students were mostly from the rural villages.

Today, they’re a full-fledged school with two classrooms and an open space that lets kids play in the snow.

They opened in the 1960s and moved to a smaller campus in 1987.

Rosemarie L. Goss, the headmaster, says the school’s history goes back to the mid-1800s when it was a boarding school.

It’s an outdoor school that doesn’t require much equipment.

“It’s a place where kids come to play and enjoy each other,” she says.

The main reason why Rosemont has been able to stay in shape and stay on top of its schedule for so long is because it has a really strict nutrition plan.

“They take care of everything.

There are a lot of good things in that school, so it’s been a good place to stay for a long time,” she said.

New York State Department of Education The school doesn’t allow outdoor play, but Goss says there are many opportunities for outdoor activities on campus.

The outdoor pool is one of the many areas where kids can swim and play outside.

“It’s such a nice space and there are some nice outdoor things that can be done there,” she added.

“There’s also a swimming pool, so that’s always fun to do.”

The cafeteria is a great place to sit down and eat with the kids and staff.

The cafeteria has a lot more seating than a typical school cafeteria, and students have access to free Wi-Fi.

Rosemont School is one small school, but it’s not that small.

It has about 8,500 students.

That’s about three to four times more than the average elementary school.

Goss said that, as an elementary school, Rosemont does a lot less physical education than the typical school in New Hampshire.

The gym is located at the back of the school and students get access to a treadmill.

“We really try to make sure that kids are doing a good job of getting in and out of the gym and getting the most out of their body,” she explained.

Teachers can work with students and get a sense of what they need to be doing, and they also have access with the Internet.

The teachers also have a personal computer in the cafeteria so that students can access the school computers when they need them.

Other amenities at the school include a playground, a science lab, a swimming and biking pool, a gymnasium and a science and technology room.

At this school, students can do their homework and participate in a variety of extracurricular activities, like art, music, art history, art production and science.

But even though it’s an urban school, the Rosemont students have an outdoor classroom.

There’s a large area where they can practice their outdoor art skills.

There’s also an outdoor field for them to play in, and it’s a great location for kids to learn about snow, ice and other environmental issues.

In the wintertime, the students have to spend most of their time in the outdoor classroom because they’re not allowed to play outside during the school day.

But they can spend some time outside at lunch or after school, and sometimes after work, too.

“Most of the time, the outdoor activities are in the indoor gymnasia,” Goss said.

“Some of the kids go there when they’re going to school or when they get home, but they also go there in the evenings to hang out and play.”

In addition to the outdoor play area, the school also has a large pool and outdoor showers.

Gox says that the students love the outdoors because it makes them feel more comfortable.

“Because of that, the kids have really enjoyed the outdoors,” she told CBS New York.

For some students, the indoor space is a little more challenging.

“One of the things we want them to do is to make a good start,” Gox said.

That includes staying in shape.

 “Some of them are in their 30s, but we want the kids to be in their 20s,” she adds.

Students who can’t make it outside, can spend the winter in the gymnasum.

Gould says that’s where they should be practicing their sports skills.

When it comes to physical education, the