RAHWAY — On Jan. 26, Roosevelt School in Rahway held a “Paws” for Puzzles and Games Day. As a reward in the Positive Behavior Support in Schools program, students and teachers took a break to enjoy a fun afternoon together playing games.
RAHWAY — Fourth grader Jessmary Lora, from Franklin Elementary School in Rahway, switched roles from student to principal on Jan. 31. Because of her exemplary character and work ethic, she was chosen to represent the fourth grade as Principal of the Day at Franklin School.
SCOTCH PLAINS — Debra Moscatiello (left) of the NJ Dept. of Agriculture presents Bria Cherelle Barnes of Scotch Plains with the New Jersey Agricultural Achievement Award at the New Jersey Breeder’s Luncheon in Eastampton on Sunday, Jan. 30.
LINDEN — The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation thanks Linden School District for hosting a unique workshop; Engaging the Business Community in Your After School Program, that provided after school programs in the region with information and tools to help them prepare students for the challenges of the 21st century workplace.
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. – The Kohl’s Department Stores Kohl’s Cares® Scholarship Program will award more than $415,000 in scholarships and prizes, ranging from $50 Kohl’s gift cards to $10,000 scholarships, honoring young volunteers who have made a positive impact on their communities.
STATE – Three New Jersey businesses recently won awards for placing in the top three in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS’) Corporate Cup Challenge.
LIVINGSTON–Saint Barnabas Medical Center has opened the Gastrointestinal Cancer Center of New Jersey. This new center offers state-of-the-art innovative therapies and technologies to help in the fight against Gastrointestinal Cancer.
RAHWAY — Kindergarten students at Madison Elementary School in Rahway present their book “Two Dreams” to Principal Fran Gavin. The book, written by the kindergarteners, is about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his dream for peace and kindness, and Gavin and her dreams for Madison School.
EDISON — Seventh grade students in Corinna Crafton’s English class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School applied their knowledge of poetry terms and analysis on February 1 to craft poems.