ROSELLE—The Roselle Steering Committee honored Roselle’s November Students of the Month at the Nov. 23 Board of Education meeting.
ROSELLE – The Roselle Urban Enterprise Zone will host its first annual holiday party and business awards ceremony on Dec. 11 at noon at the Cavalier Banquet Hall, 2401 Wood Avenue.
RAHWAY—Rahway High School senior Nafis Harris was recently awarded the prestigious Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award. Every year since 1933, Bausch & Lomb honors outstanding high school science students with the Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award.
RAHWAY—As part of Madison School’s Social Studies curriculum, the second graders are learning about community life. In order for the children to develop a better understanding of their community, they were assigned a project to build a model of one of the buildings found in Rahway.
RAHWAY—After reading, “Hedgehog Bakes a Cake”, second graders at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway made and decorated their own cupcakes. Their parents and grandparents were invited to participate in this activity in celebration of American Education Week.
RAHWAY—The third graders at Grover Cleveland in Rahway experimented with sinking and floating water. Through their experiment, students learned that cold water was denser than hot water.
RAHWAY—Students in Eileen Wysocki’s class at Roosevelt School read the story “Leaf Man” by Lois Ehlert. Using the story starter “The wind blew…” students wrote their own stories.
CLARK—The sixth grade music classes at Saint John the Apostle School in Clark recently presented the musical “Lights, Camera, Action!” featuring songs and dances from different movies.
LINDEN—American Education Week spotlights the importance of providing every child in Linden with a quality public education from pre-kindergarten through high school, and the need for everyone to do his or her part in making public schools great.
UNION — Celebrate this holiday season in historic fashion with Liberty Hall Museum’s 50 Years of the 20th Century tour. During the month of December, Liberty Hall will transform the first floor of the museum into a time machine where visitors will journey through five rooms to discover the decorative styles of bygone eras.