STATE — Do you know how many cases are filed in New Jersey’s municipal courts each year? Do you know how citizens are chosen for jury duty?
RAHWAY — The Rahway High School Marching Band finished its opening weekend of competitions at the United States Scholastic Band Association event held on Saturday, Sept. 11.
ARLINGTON, Va. – U.S. high school students and their teachers are invited to compete for nearly $115,000 in prize money by participating in the Bill of Rights Institute’s fifth annual Being an American Essay Contest.
EDISON — A new dance class, called Bollywood Bhangra, is being featured at Middlesex County College this fall. It will run from 7-8 p.m. on Mondays from Sept. 27-Nov. 22 (no class on Oct. 11). It is part of the college’s non-credit offerings.
CLARK — For student athletes and their families, the decision to participate in the college recruitment process can be very overwhelming. Student athletes must evaluate both their athletic and academic performance and take the necessary steps to ensure that they have a chance to pursue a collegiate athletic career.
RAHWAY — Rahway Water Champions, members of Rahway High School’s Social Action Club sponsored by faculty member Elizabeth Graner-Jotz, recently appeared in Contractor magazine, read by over 50 thousand owners and managers of firms in plumbing, heating businesses engaged in construction and renovation, both residential and commercial.
STATE — College Broadcasters Inc., a national organization representing students involved in media ventures, has recognized students in the Department of Radio, Television and Film (RTF) in Rowan University’s College of Communication.
ELIZABETH–Young women in grades 6-8 from all area schools are invited to participate in Benedictine Academy’s “CSI Science Contest”, on Saturday, Sept. 25, from 9 a.m. – noon at the school. The event will offer students a chance to learn how science can help solve the mysteries of criminology.
EDISON — Last December, the Middlesex County College Foundation received a challenge grant from the Willard T. C. Johnson Foundation structured in two parts: an outright gift of $500,000 as well as a challenge grant of $500,000.
EDISON — The Wardlaw-Hartridge Girls’ Tennis Team raised $542 during a fundraising car wash held on Saturday, Sept. 11, on the school’s North Edison campus. Members of the Boys’ Tennis Team pitched in as well.