CLARK — Arthur L. Johnson High School’s Puppetry Club paid a visit to Valley Road School to teach the students about bullying. With the hand-held puppets serving as the actors, the puppeteers used a variety of role-played skits to illustrate to the audience the many different forms of bullying.
RAHWAY — Students at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently visited the school’s pumpkin patch. Students from Pre-Kindergarten to grade 5 were able to visit the school’s courtyard and pick out their own pumpkin.
RAHWAY — Under the leadership of Rahway High School English as a Second Language teacher Diane Lagatutta, students from the ESL program held a clothing drive to benefit victims of last spring’s earthquake in Haiti. Several families from Rahway were directly impacted by this tragedy.
EDISON — An open house for prospective Middlesex County College students and their families will be held Sunday, Nov. 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the College Center on the Edison campus.
RAHWAY — Forest Friends visited Franklin School in Rahway – Forest Friends is a program designed to develop and reinforce resiliency skills in children.
EDISON — Students in the graphic design program at Middlesex County College worked with representatives of the Middlesex Water Company to create a coloring book that helps children better understand the value of water and the importance of wise water use.
RAHWAY — On Saturday, Oct. 23, Rahway hosted the first Union County REACH (Regional Enrichment Activities for Children with High Abilities) Day. The day consisted of interactive, hands-on-enrichment activities that focused on higher level thinking and multiple intelligences.
CLARK — Students at Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark are actively involved in breast cancer awareness not only during the month of October, but also throughout the school year.
RAHWAY — Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently held a one-day can drive as part of Red Ribbon Week. Students brought in and donated over 1,000 cans.
CLARK — Clark Public School District educators Gus Kalikas and Phil Scardilli recently made presentations to an audience of school superintendents, administrators, and school board members at the New Jersey School Boards Association Workshop in Somerset.