TRENTON—The New Jersey School Boards Association will sponsor three briefing sessions this month to give local school board candidates an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of local boards of education.
CALDWELL — Caldwell College recently named 359 students to the fall 2010 Dean’s list, according to Patrick Progar, Ph.D., BCBA-A, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs at the college.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — The following area students were named to the Marist College Dean’s List for the fall 2010 semester.
CRANFORD – At the end of each semester, Union County College announces the students who were named to the President’s List in recognition of their academic excellence.
STATE – Former Gov. James Florio said state Sen. Ray Lesniak’s plan to privatize New Jersey’s educational system amounts to “tossing in the towel” and he used such strong terms as “insidious” to describe the plan as “part and parcel of a troubling set of developments that are shredding the very essence of traditional American values.”
UNION COUNTY – During the month of March, Union County College is hosting five financial aid workshops to provide prospective students with the opportunity to learn about the type of aid that is available for college. Attendees will also receive help with applying for aid.
EDISON — A musical performance, poetry reading, theater trip and a game show are all scheduled for the celebration of Women’s History Month at Middlesex County College in March. All except the theater trip are free and will be held in the College Center on the Edison campus.
RAHWAY — Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently held a “Writers’ Roundtable Challenge”. Students in grades three, four and five were invited to participate in this principal’s writing initiative. They were required to write an essay based on a speculative prompt: A New School Rule.
RAHWAY – Madison School in Rahway recently completed the 100th day of the school year. To mark the occasion, kindergarten and first grade students created posters and participated in other activities to represent the number 100.
RAHWAY — Seventh grade students at Rahway Middle School recently tried their hand at advertising by creating travel brochures. After studying the Titanic disaster, they designed a brochure to persuade unsuspecting first class passengers to travel on the maiden voyage of the legendary ship.