NEWARK – The North Jersey Minerva Corporation in partnership with the North Jersey Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. announces it is now accepting applications for its 49th Annual Scholarship Benefit Program.
CLARK – Arthur L. Johnson High School Junior Mark Boulanger is presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from Clark Board of Education President Jill Curran in recognition of his scoring 800 on College Board SAT for the Critical Reading Assessment.
CLARK — When national presenter John Halligan facilitates three Bullying and Anti-Bullying Programs at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark on Feb. 9, his audience is expected to include several members of the New Jersey Legislature.
CLARK – Arthur L. Johnson High School’s Booster Club is currently seeking sponsors for the Clark high school’s spring athletic schedule posters.
EDISON — Under the direction of Dunellen resident Lee Nicholls, Physical Education & Health Department Chairperson at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, Upper School students have been enjoying their first Water Polo lessons in the school’s Raymonds Aquatic Center.
PERTH AMBOY–Xerox Corporation announced it will award a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating high school senior who has not only demonstrated high academic standards but who has embodied the core principals of the Boys and Girls Clubs-good character, compassion and a commitment to service.
CLARK — Arthur L. Johnson Sophomore Joseph Bonaccorso was recognized by the Clark Township Board of Education for his altruistic endeavors and honors at the Board of Education’s Showcase of Success on Jan. 11.
NEW BRUNSWICK – For the third year in a row, the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division is asking middle and high school students to film their own Law Day video and enter it in the YLD’s Law Day 2011 YouTube Video Contest.
UNION — Brazilian composer Dr. João Guilherme Ripper is Kean University’s 2011-2012 Concert Artist Composer-in-Residence, program director Dr. Anthony Scelba announced.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Supreme Court has called for more evidence of how state education spending cuts have affected public schools before ruling on a challenge to school funding.