RAHWAY—Grade 4 Gifted and Talented students in Susan Rubino’s class at Roosevelt School in Rahway are studying physics. After reading about Sir Issac Newton and his laws of motions, students had fun demonstrating Newton’s Third Law of Motion for their Principal Rocco Collucci.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services awarded $40 million in Health Care Stabilization Fund grants to nine financially distressed hospitals in order to maintain health care access in communities where services are threatened.
ELIZABETH — The state’s best high school basketball teams will face each other while helping local homeless people during the 16th annual Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless Basketball Classic on Saturday, Jan. 23 at the Dunn Sports Center, 600 Pearl Street, in Elizabeth.
Army Spc. Nilza Betancourt, Army Capt. Kevin Braine, Air Force 1st Lt. Purvi Desai, Army Sgt. Reno Durand, Air Force Master Sgt. Michael Newton, Army Major Felix Oduwa, Navy Seaman Apprentice Michael Pappas, Army Staff Sgt. Jose Rolon, Air Force Tech Sgt. Leo Van Miert and Air Force Lt. Col. Corey Wormack extend holiday wishes to their families in New Jersey.
CLARK—Students at Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark are continuing their efforts for needy children with the “Gift of Giving.” The Giving Tree, located in the school’s main lobby, is adorned with gift tags for students to choose a gift for a needy child.
ELIZABETH—Benedictine Academy’s Theatre Department staged a Christmas musical on Dec. 18 and 21. “Christmas Para Todos” (Christmas for All”) told the story of teenagers celebrating the real meaning of Christmas.
RAHWAY—Kindergarten students at Roosevelt School in Rahway had their annual sing-a-long led by music teacher Andrea Riemen and music supervisor Ron Dolce. Students sang holiday songs and waited for the arrival of their special guest, Santa Claus.
RAHWAY—Students in Mrs. Faver’s class at Roosevelt School in Rahway wish everyone a “sweet holiday”.
CLARK—Saint John the Apostle School in Clark recently held its annual Christmas Concert. All students in the lower grades and the school choir performed under the direction of Tom Pedas, music teacher at the school.
CRANFORD – The students of the Orange Avenue Elementary School in Cranford loaded the buses of the Cerebral Palsy League (CPL) of Cranford with more than 600 gifts for the children of the CPL’s Kaleidoscope Early Intervention program on Dec. 17.