LIVINGSTON—According to the Brain Injury Association of New Jersey, approximately 200,000 Americans suffer brain injuries each year as the result of riding a bicycle, scooter, skateboard and in-line/roller skates.
NEW BRUNSWICK — The Unlimited Potential Theater Company (UPTCo), a project of VSA arts of New Jersey (VSA/NJ), is seeking poems, essays, short stories and plays by New Jersey residents eighteen years of age or over for its 17th annual Joyce Indik New Jersey Wordsmith Competition.
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RAHWAY—First grade student Gabriela Smith from Jennifer Ward’s class at Franklin School in Rahway recently was given the honor of being Principal for the Day.
EDISON – Linda Kouril and Yolanda Reyes, Upper School Spanish teachers at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, have announced that students in grades 7 through 12 have earned national recognition for excellent performance on the 2010 National Spanish Exam.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Angelica Clark of Rahway graduated from Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N.C., during the 138th Commencement Ceremony held on Sunday, May 2, in the Irwin Belk Complex on campus.
LINDEN – School officials at Soehl Middle School in Linden recently announced the third marking period honor roll.
RAHWAY — On Thursday, April 29, over 80 students came together to support the wordsmiths of Rahway High School at the annual Poetry Slam. Over 40 students read from their works, including everything from traditional love poems to free style rap.
RAHWAY—Students in Jennifer Russo’s fifth grade class at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently got geared up to take the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge (NJASK), which is the state standardized test for students throughout the state.
ROSELLE — Dr. Charles C. Polk Elementary School in Roselle recently announced the honor roll for the third marking period.
HIGHLAND PARK – Nearly 60 Rutgers University business students spent the Spring Semester studying how to increase profits and awareness for 15 small businesses in Highland Park.
Memories from William Frolich: “In the old days, many smaller communities did not have city water systems, and residents depended on their own wells in their back yard for water.
EDISON — Lower School students (Pre-Kindergarten to fifth grade) at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison demonstrated their musical and vocal talent on the evening of May 6 during their annual Spring Concert, entitled “Heal the World.”