RAHWAY–Students in Susan Bechelli’s fifth grade at Grover Cleveland School got the school year off to an uplifting start. As part of a science unit on Motion and Design, the class assembled balloon-powered helicopters and launched them on the playground.
EDISON — From June 27 to July 24, Ian English of Cranford, a senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, served as a counselor at the Eastern United States Music Camp at Colgate University in Hamilton, N.Y.
ROSELLE – When Roselle sixth grade students head home from school on Sept. 17, they’ll leave with more than just homework. They’ll have a brand new, free laptop in tow.
RAHWAY — Thursday, Sept. 2, provided all Rahway High School teachers with an opportunity to start the year with a focus on professional growth. The entire day was spent learning about and implementing Professional Development Communities as the framework for continuous school improvement.
HILLSBOROUGH–New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez and local legislators joined a local kindergarten class for an event to reinforce the importance of the state’s stringent school bus inspection program that looks at more than 20,000 vehicles twice a year on Tuesday.
QUINCY, Mass. – The National Fire Protection Association urges students returning to campuses around the country and their parents to take the time to educate themselves on life-saving fire safety information.
ELIZABETH — St. Mary of the Assumption High School welcomes the classes of 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 to a new and exciting academic year. Freshman orientation is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 8; all other classes should report to school at 8 a.m. on Sept. 9.
MADISON, Wis. – As the school year arrives, parents should know that for some kids, even the most basic homework assignments can be a crippling source of stress and anxiety.
CLARK — Newly appointed Clark School District School Business Administrator/Board Secretary John Bolil began his first day on the job on Sept. 1.
STATE – More than 1.5 million Garden State school children are returning to school within the next week. One simple way to keep them safe is to drive safely.