ELIZABETH–How could a book rejected by 26 publishers end up selling 15 million copies and touching people in such a way that it is considered a phenomenon?
LINDEN – Children’s book author Sarah Sullivan recently visited Linden School Eight to share her stories and assist third and fourth grade students in brainstorming and writing their own personal narratives.
TRENTON – Legislation Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono and Senator Diane Allen sponsored to combat harassment, intimidation and bullying among students was today released by a Senate committee.
LINDEN – Teacher Kimberly Terwilliger of the Joseph E. Sohl Middle School in Linden now has extra money to supplement her students’ lesson plans with hands-on learning, thanks to a $3,335 grant from PSEG.
GETTYSBURG, Pa.– Yesenia Cadenas of Elizabeth, a junior at Gettysburg College, is spending the fall 2010 semester studying in Japan.
RAHWAY — Carl Sagan (1934-1996) was a scientist who lived in Rahway and was a Rahway High School graduate. Roosevelt School in Rahway celebrated Carl Sagan Day by studying the stars and students all had the opportunity to visit Star- Lab.
RAHWAY — Erika N. Salter, CEO of Salter Entertainment Group, an award-winning multimedia production company in New York City, brought career advice to the Rahway High School business students of her college classmate, Leon Bunion.
RAHWAY — Recently, the Rahway High School chapter of DECA invited guest speakers to attend several marketing classes at the school. They offered insight and advice on the business world to students and members of the high school’s chapter of DECA.
RAHWAY — Rahway High School World Culture Teacher Kristine Moore loves to travel and visit museums. In order to share her passion with her students and enrich their learning environment, she has collected artifacts from her travels and displays them in her classroom.
EDISON — First graders from The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison met Edison Township Mayor Antonia Ricigliano during a class trip to the Edison Municipal Building on Wednesday, Nov. 10.