RAHWAY – Each year, the safety patrols at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway are rewarded with a trip and a pizza lunch. On May 25, this year’s patrols skated the day away at United Skates in Woodbridge and then returned to school and enjoyed some delicious pizza and soda.
LINDEN — China has become increasingly important in the global economy. To take advantage of this huge economic shift and the opportunities that they present, educators at Castle Learning Center in Linden suggest learning Chinese.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced Wednesday that police have been setting up sobriety checkpoints as part of an annual program to ensure the safety of high school students during their prom and graduation ceremonies.
ELIZABETH–On Wednesday, June 2, Elizabeth Public Schools will hold its third annual Healthy Leap Into Summer health expo. The event will be held at the Dunn Sports Center on Pearl Street.
CRANFORD – At the Joint Meeting of Union County College’s Board of Trustees and Board of Governors, held on Tuesday, May 25, it was announced that Union County College (UCC) and Amateur Astronomers Inc. (AAI) have come to an agreement upon the usage of the William Sperry Observatory on the College’s Cranford campus.
John Toman of Highland Park High School was presented a 2010 Caring Award by the Middlesex County Guidance Council.
UNION – Kean University’s Reading and Math Clinic will offer summer tutorial programs on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from June 29 through August 5.
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Elizabeth resident Scarlette Gaudin, a junior studying Biology-Chemistry at Lock Haven University, has been named to the Spring 2010 Dean’s List.
CLARK – Second graders in Mary Jo Baker’s class at F.K. Hehnly School in Clark spent the month learning about different types of poetry.
ROSELLE — Roselle students and senior citizens planted the seeds of intergenerational friendship on May 24 at the Anthony Amalfe Community Center.