Heart disease is the leading killer of women in the US, accounting for more than one-third of deaths among women each year.
CLARK — First grade teacher Paula Spence was recently honored as Valley Road School’s teacher of the year.
CRANFORD – On Wednesday, Feb. 16, in observation of Black History Month, Union County College will be hosting an a day of events including participation in the 22nd Annual African American Read-In, soul food, an African-American market, and ending with a concert with the Newark Boys Chorus and the North Jersey Philharmonic Glee Club.
EDISON–Children’s Specialized Hospital will host a special seminar, “2011 Trends in Autism: Hear from the Experts” on March 18 at the Pines Manor in Edison for the parents and professionals caring and treating children with autism.
CLARK – The Clark Board of Education meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 16, has been cancelled.
CLARK — Children from Linda Koepfler’s class at the Clark Preschool enjoyed a visit from the Cat in the Hat to celebrate NEA’s Read Across America.
RAHWAY — Students from Rahway’s fourth grade Gifted and Talented program participated in the Union County Mental Marathon. The Mental Marathon is a problem-solving convocation.
LINDEN — Linden Public Schools teachers Danie Orelien-Armstead and Kevin LaMastra are winners of the the 2010 Advocacy Award, presented by the NJ Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Language/NJ Bilingual Educators.
CLARK — Sister Regina Martin, principal of Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark, has received official notification of Middle States Accreditation. The announcement came with several accolades for the Mother Seton community.