RAHWAY—The second grade students at Franklin School in Rahway enjoyed learning about Mexico and their rich culture after reading the story, ‘Anthony Reynoso Born to Rope’.
UNION—A new club of future school teachers on the Kean University campus is proof that volunteerism is still a priority in the Education field.
ROSELLE—The Roselle Varsity Girls Basketball Team was honored for its run to the Union County Finals at the Roselle Board of Education meeting on April 26.
RAHWAY—This spring, eleventh grade advanced placement students at Rahway High School experienced what it means to be part of a community of readers. Students studied Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried,” which explores the lives of soldiers in Vietnam.
RAHWAY—On Wednesday, April 28, Roosevelt Elementary School in Rahway hosted the GT District Battle of the Books. Third and fourth grade gifted and talented students form the four elementary schools competed.
RAHWAY—Third grade students at Franklin School in Rahway are in the process of studying all about the solar system. Students learned interesting facts the planets, the sun and even observed the moon.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Union Catholic High School freshman Arnold Majano of Rahway has been selected as this year’s recipients of the Sandra Stagg Memorial Scholarship.
ELIZABETH—They were all thumbs – green thumbs that is at Elizabeth Public Schools’ Ronald Reagan Academy School No. 30. On Earth Day, Luann Breese’s fourth and fifth grade classes headed to the school garden to plant peas, broccoli, marigolds and so much more.
LINDEN—Students in Suzanne Bramante’s first grade class at School No.8 worked on a How-To-Do writing unit. Reading Coach Linda Castaldo worked with Bramante and her class by reading How-to-Do Books of many different authors.
EDISON — On Earth Day, April 22, first graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison visited the trees on campus to measure their circumference in inches and centimeters with tape measures.