RAHWAY — Fifth grade students in Mrs. Prakapas’ and Mrs. Polanin’s classes at Roosevelt School in Rahway recently rotated through 8 learning stations at a Mathematics Funfair in honor of American Education Week. Here’s a look at the many faces of math.
EDISON–Middle School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison collected nearly 1,400 donations of non-perishable and canned good items to be sent to Starfish Food Pantry, Inc. of Plainfield at Covenant United Methodist Church for those in need.
LINDEN — Local high school student Brielle Palumbo has collected $1,000 for needy families for their Thanksgiving.
STATE – Four New Jersey residents received the Honorary American FFA Degree at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. last month.
NEW BRUNSWICK — While retailers will be anticipating that sales bring them into the black the day after Thanksgiving, NJ Blood Services (NJBS), a division of the NY Blood Center (NYBC), will be looking for donors to add red to the pre-holiday blood supply.
Memories of Fords from Harold Miller and his sister Elaine Peterson that I have not previously printed: “Our recollections start in the 1940s and end up in the late 1950s.
EDISON — Sixth graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison recently engaged in a science/history project on energy production by developing television commercials promoting their assigned energy sources such as coal and bio-mass.
LAKEWOOD – The Phillies announced Monday that Chris Truby will serve as BlueClaws manager in 2011, becoming the ninth manager in team’s 11-year history.
Every fall in my Econ 101 course, during the last class period before we part for Thanksgiving, I share a lesson from early American history. It is particularly timely, because it deals with those we credit with the first American Thanksgiving, the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony.