EDISON – The Wardlaw-Hartridge Parents’ Association will host its annual Fall Fair on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event, which will be held at 1295 Inman Avenue in Edison, is free and open to the public.
EDISON — On Friday, October 8, students enrolled in the Creative Writing course at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison attended the 13th Biennial Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark.
SCOTCH PLAINS – The principal, Sister Percylee Hart, RSM, of Union Catholic High School announced last week that seniors Brian Hartnett of Clark, and Sean Sarra of Linden were among four students to be named Commended Students in the 2011 National Merit Scholarship Program.
RAHWAY — While reading “Yang the Third,” a story about a Chinese family struggling to adapt to American traditions, Ms. Bechelli’s class at Grover Cleveland School researched Chinese culture and history.
RAHWAY — The Grover Cleveland School D.A.I.S.Y. preschool students and parents enjoyed Science Exploration Day” on Oct. 6. They used various types of magnets as they explored each work area.
RAHWAY — On Saturday, Oct. 2, more than 25 students from Rahway High School’s Social Action Club joined the Rahway River Association in the annual Fall Cleanup of Milton Lake Park in Rahway.
ELIZABETH–Benedictine Academy students, faculty, staff and administrators joined in a Walkathon on Oct. 6, and raised over $2500 to contribute to breast cancer research.
IOWA CITY, Iowa—ACT kicks off its annual high school student poster design contest on October 18. The goal of the contest is to encourage others to plan and prepare for college. Winners will be selected based on creativity, visual appeal and overall impact.
IOWA CITY, Iowa—ACT has released national and state-specific data for all 50 states that helps answer the question: Are students prepared for college and career? The analysis reveals likely shortfalls in high-growth career fields as well as inadequate preparation to succeed in coursework required for these fields.
EDISON — With the fall semester drawing to a close, it won’t be long before your child brings home his or her first report card of the year. Good or bad, according to Anthony Giudice of the Edison Huntington Learning Center, parents can learn a great deal from their child’s report card and use that information to set the stage for improvement.