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.
WOODBRIDGE — Berkeley College students at the Middlesex Campus in Woodbridge are making it their mission to brighten the holiday season for others.
RAHWAY – Rahway Superintendent of Schools Edward Yergalonis recently visited Madison School to encourage students to read.
TRENTON – Beginning in January 2011, New Jersey’s community colleges, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, will offer a comprehensive series of training courses to meet the federal and state requirements for New Jersey contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that may disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes, child-care facilities and multi-family dwellings.
RAHWAY — On Nov. 30, students from Rahway High School and other area schools spent “A Morning with Leon Bass” at Kean University’s Holocaust Resource Center.
CLARK — Members of the Slattery Detachment of the Marine Corps League and guests from the Clark School District recently visited the military wounded at Bethesda Hospital.
RAHWAY — On Tuesday, Nov. 30, Rahway Middle School held its semi-annual Family Math and Science Night. The occasion is an informal educational program that affords parents and children an opportunity to work and learn together.
RAHWAY – The Reading is Fundamental program puts books in the hands of readers, nurturing youngsters hungry for knowledge and passionate about learning.
EDISON — International students enrolled at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison enjoyed a holiday luncheon with members of the Admission of Office, the Upper School Head Rhona Eserner, and Head of School Andrew Webster on the afternoon of Monday, Dec. 6.
EDISON–Kindergarteners partnered with their fifth grade buddies on the morning of Wednesday, December 8, to spread holiday cheer to classrooms and administrative offices at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison.