RAHWAY — The children in Kathleen Harris’ pre-kindergarten class at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway enjoyed a harvest festival in the courtyard.
RAHWAY — Students in Mrs. Faver’s class at Roosevelt School in Rahway are participating in a program titled Forest Friends. This is a primary prevention program that helps students learn and practice affirmative living skills intended to enable them to grow up resilient to the pitfalls of alcoholism and substance abuse.
RAHWAY — Franklin School students in grades pre-k through five participated in the National Day on Writing on Oct. 20, as sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English and a resolution passed by Senate. Educators were encouraged to celebrate writing and help students understand its importance in their lives in the 21st century.
RAHWAY — Youngsters in Kathleen Harris’ Pre-Kindergarten class in Rahway’s Franklin Elementary School learned how to peel apples and make applesauce during a special lesson on cooking and measuring ingredients.
ELIZABETH – The Elizabeth High School Instrumental Band will perform with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) in a special performance at the district’s Dunn Sports Center on Wednesday, Nov. 10.
RAHWAY — On Friday, Oct. 15, students enrolled in the Art II classes at Rahway High School volunteered their talents to paint windows at various downtown Rahway businesses for Halloween.
ROSELLE — The Roselle Board of Education and the Roselle Steering Committee honored Roselle’s September and October Students of the Month at the school board meeting on Oct. 25.
TRENTON – A bill which would implement a comprehensive concussion prevention program for student-athletes in New Jersey was unanimously approved by the Assembly Monday, receiving final legislative approval.
TRENTON – Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono and Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle today unveiled the “Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights” – bipartisan legislation designed to combat harassment, intimidation and bullying among students.
CRANFORD–Union County College will be hosting a fall open house for students who are interested in learning more about the college and for those who may be interested in enrolling for the spring semester.