PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Lori Zamanski, a resident of Linden and a member of the class of 2011, has been named to the Dean’s List at Providence College for the Fall 2010 semester.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Education approved 23 new charter school applications today. This marks the largest number of charter schools approved in an application cycle since the Charter School Program Act was signed into law in 1995.
TRENTON — Data released by the Department of Education today shows the majority of charters in urban areas last year outperformed other public schools in their host districts on required standardized testing. However, many of the charter schools still performed below state average.
CLARK – Arthur L. Johnson High School’s Booster Club is currently seeking sponsors for the Clark high school’s spring athletic schedule posters.
EDISON — First graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison celebrated the publication of their first books during a publishing party held on the morning of Jan. 14. To publish these books, the students selected their topics, researched them, wrote and edited their stories, and later adorned their books with colorful illustrations.
LEXINGTON, Va. – Two Linden residents are among the 524 cadets who were recently named to the Deans’ List at Virginia Military Institute for the first semester of academic year 2010-11.
DOVER — Three students from Union County have been named to the Dean’s List at Dover Business College for the Fall 2010 Quarter, according to Dover Business College Vice President of Academic Affairs Karl Soehnlein, PhD.
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.