LINDEN — During American Education Week, Linden Public Schools invited parents into the classroom for a hands-on experience of what the day is like for their child. Pictured above, Rene Espinhal and her son Brandon work on a project together at Linden School No. 9.
LINDEN — Linden School No. 9 added a twist to American Education Week. For one day, the school had three principals.
RAHWAY — As part of American Education Week, students in Laura Lopez’s class at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway were invited to school to take part in an “Are You Smarter Than a 3rd Grader” challenge.
EDISON — Middlesex County College will hold an information session for people interested in becoming teachers through the alternate route program. It is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. in the College Center, Cafeteria C, on the Edison campus. Preregistration is requested; call 1-732-548-6000, ext. 3144 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
RAHWAY — As part of the second grade social studies curriculum, the students at Madison Elementary School in Rahway learned about community life.
RAHWAY – Madison Elementary School in Rahway marked Carl Sagan Day during American Education Week. Sagan grew up in Rahway, attended Rahway High School, went on to college and became a well-known astronomer, author, and lecturer.
CLARK – Aidan Edmondson, second grader in Mrs. Baker’s class at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary school, was recently chosen as the student of the week. Aidan picked a special person in his life to visit the class, his father, Dr. Scott Edmondson.
RAHWAY — Fifth grade students from Madison Elementary School in Rahway completed Native American projects as an extension of their Social Studies curriculum.
RAHWAY — Recently, Rahway High School teacher Maryjane Finne completed requirements for a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Thomas Edison State College and was initiated into Kappa Delta Pi, the International Honor Society in Education.
CLARK – Kindergartners at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School in Clark had their annual “Applefest” earlier this fall. They brought in homemade apple-themed items to swap with the rest of the school for non-perishable food items for donation to a local food bank.