NEWARK – New Jersey teachers are encouraged to apply for funding through PSEG’s Environmental Education Grant Program, which provides funding to educators who can link their students’ understanding of math, science, computer science, and technology with an enthusiasm and appreciation for the environment.
TRENTON — Siemens Foundation Award for Advanced Placement winners Tracie Kong, Chunki Gupta, Dennis Lu, and Joshua Ma were formally recognized by the New Jersey Senate in a ceremonial resolution at the State House on Thursday, May 20.
Patricia Dobrowski of Woodbridge High School was presented a 2010 Caring Award by the Middlesex County Guidance Council.
EDISON — On Friday, May 14, eighth graders from The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison traveled to Rutgers University to conduct research at Alexander Library and to meet with Wardlaw-Hartridge Class of 2006 graduate Andrew Bellisari of Plainfield to discuss transitioning into college life.
LINDEN — Students of Soehl Middle School who received Honor Roll, High Honor Roll or Principal Honors status for the third quarter marking period of this school year were recognized at a recent assembly program.
LINDEN — National Emergency Medical Services Week brings together local communities and medical personnel to publicize safety and honor the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of medicine’s “front line.”
EDISON — Shruti Nadkarni of Edison, a sophomore at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, organized an arts and crafts workshop for children attending the 20th Annual Edison Family Day at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center at Raritan Center in Edison on May 16.
EDISON — With only a few weeks until graduation, members of the Class of 2010 at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison rolled up their sleeves and pitched in to brighten the landscapes and lives of their local communities and residents during Senior Service Day on Wednesday, May 19.
EDISON — The largest class in Middlesex County College history – 1415 students – graduated Thursday, May 20 at the 43rd annual Commencement exercises witnessed by more than 3500 guests under sunny skies on the college green.
STATE — The New Jersey Department of Education released preliminary results showing that thousands of students who had previously failed the High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA), have successfully passed required assessment tests, demonstrating they had mastered the basic skills needed to earn a high school diploma.