CHIANG MAI, Thailand – For two Elizabeth natives, providing humanitarian aid, civic assistance, and military training to a country known for deadly cobra snakes, Buddhist temples, and shrimp pad Thai, was quite an experience recently.
RAHWAY — JoAnn Bertelo, who has taught Advanced Placement (AP) English Language and Composition at Rahway High School for the past ten years, has been selected by the College Board to be an AP Reader this year.
RAHWAY – Last month, the Rahway Public Library invited the Rahway High School Debate Team to perform a debate for community members, parents, and students.
CLARK — The literary magazine, “Driftwood,” published by Mother Seton Regional High School of Clark, was recently awarded first place in the American Scholastic Press Association Competition.
RAHWAY — As she completes a certificate as an Holocaust educator at Kean University, Rahway High School teacher Debi Maller-Natoli fulfills her dream of creating and implementing a new elective course at the high school for juniors and seniors in Holocaust and Genocide Studies through Literature and Film.
CLARK — After two district competitions of the New Jersey Science League, the teams representing Mother Seton Regional High School of Clark took first and second place honors. Mother Seton’s Physics, Chem I and Chem II teams all captured first place and the Biology team was in second place.
ELIZABETH–During a recent visit from Florida to see relatives and friends in Roselle Park, Alfred Colucci experienced a cardiac arrest that made him an excellent candidate to receive the latest treatment using therapeutic hypothermia at Trinitas Regional Medical Center.
EDISON — Gabriela Garcia Medina, an international spoken word poet, electrified a crowd at Middlesex County College as she read her poetry March 8 as part of Women’s History Month.
UNION – The Union Public Library, along with others throughout the sate, is honoring the legacy of Abraham Lincoln by collecting for the “Pennies For Peace” program.