EDISON — On Dec. 14, the Wardlaw-Hartridge School community was treated to an eye-opening exhibit on dinosaurs during the second grade’s annual dinosaur museum exhibition.
IOWA CITY, Iowa—January is fast approaching and that means it’s time to apply for college financial aid for the upcoming school year. High school seniors across the country can use downtime during the holiday break to take the first step toward financing their education.
CLARK – The Clark Township Board of Education will meet tonight at Arthur L. Johnson High School, 365 Westfield Avenue. The executive session will begin at 5 p.m. in the school’s media center. The public session will begin at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.
EDISON — Middle School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison continued to demonstrate their commitment to helping others when they selected ornaments from the “Angel Tree” this month.
RAHWAY — Third grade Gifted and Talented students from Roosevelt School in Rahway participated in “The Edith Mayner Brain Bowl 2010″ last week.
LINDEN — There were no idle elves to be found at this bustling holiday fair. Linden School No. 9’s holiday fair is a tradition that the PTA has held for many years.
RAHWAY — Madison Elementary School in Rahway recently held their annual winter concert under the direction of the music teacher, W. Thomas-Hinton, band director, Jason Miklowcic, and Sofya Kitenberg, strings orchestra director.
LINDEN – Linden School No. 9 recently held its annual holiday concert.
EDISON – Milika Griffiths of Edison, a junior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, was overcome with elation when she found out that she was selected to perform at the 2011 Chicago ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) National Conference entitled, “Voices in the Wind” in Chicago from March 9 to 12.
ELIZABETH–Benedictine Academy students participated in a novel classroom experience this month, when a “webinar” was set-up between the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Massachusetts and one of the Academy’s religion classes. The “webinar” was a first for the museum in conjunction with a school.