SUMMIT—Kent Place School, an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory day school for girls and young women with a coed nursery and pre-kindergarten program, announced three fall open house dates for prospective families. Following a brief information session, attendees will tour the 26-acre…
ELIZABETH – Gov. Jon Corzine carried Elizabeth, one of New Jersey’s largest Democratic strongholds, 74%-22% four years ago, but indications suggest that he shouldn’t expect that kind of support this time around.
CLARK—The Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark invites you to come celebrate at its annual Polish Harvest Festival “Dozynki” on Sunday, Sept. 20, at 3 p.m.
RAHWAY—Students in Mrs. Keane’s Kindergarten class at Roosevelt School in Rahway met on the playground to listen to Principal Rocco Collucci talk about the school’s “Tracks to Success Program,” then posed for a photo with program mascot Tracker after the kick-off event of the school year.
EDISON—Patriotism and the solemnity of Sept. 11 were not overlooked by second graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, who created greeting cards for a local soldier serving in the United States Navy.
CLARK – On Sept. 11, Boy Scout Troop 310 of Clark visited local police and fire departments to thank them for their constant service to their communities as well as their assistance during the Sept. 11, 2001 rescue and recovery efforts.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Union Catholic High School juniors Brittany D’Annunzio and Marissa Mastrocola, both residents of Scotch Plains, utilized the summer of 2009 to expand their knowledge and skills beyond the classroom setting by participating in the People to People Student Ambassador Program.
CLARK – Clark Unico scholarship winners Matthew Calo, Michael Calavano and Nina Sinicropi pose with Brian Picolo winners Loralyn Sortino and Louis Caporoso at the organization’s recent installation dinner.
CLARK – Renae LaPrete, Clark Interim Superintendent of Schools, receives a plaque and a book on Italian immigration from Clark Unico member Henry Varriano.
CLARK – What’s cool at the Clark Public Library? Sundays are once again Family Fun Days at the Clark Public Library. The library is now open from 1 to 5 p.m. every Sunday and will offer programs suitable for children and families each Sunday afternoon.