ELIZABETH—Elizabeth Public Schools held a Perfect Score Rally on Wednesday, Oct. 21, to celebrate the excellent achievement of 276 students in grades three through eight who scored perfect scores of 300 on the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Is the warm up worth it? How about the cool down? More reps or fewer?
RAHWAY—The fourth graders from Madison Elementary School in Rahway went on a walking tour to the Merchants and Drovers Tavern Museum on Oct. 20.
MORRISTOWN – Old books with pages torn or ripped out entirely, held together with wire and thread … these are the materials Jersey City artist Aileen Bassis used to create the sculptures symbolizing the lost lives of the Holocaust in her upcoming art exhibit on display from November 2 to 15, 2009, in the Upper Lobby, Annunciation Center, at the College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown, New Jersey.
MOUNTAINSIDE — A free parent-student college workshop entitled, “College Financial Aid/FAFSA” will take place from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16, at the Mountainside Public Libary. The workshop will provide a complete overview of the financial aid process.
EDISON—Edison Firefighter John Kantra shows (from left) Adjoa Carson (Perth Amboy), Alexis Lockwood (Old Bridge) and Shannon Williams (New Brunswick) of the Middlesex County College Child Care Center the department’s thermal imaging camera, which allows firefighters to detect people in smoky buildings.
WOODBRIDGE—Senator Joseph F. Vitale and The Knights of Columbus Colonia Council # 6571 held a flag-raising ceremony on Oct. 12 in observance of Columbus Day. Special guests included Congressman Leonard Lance, Assemblyman John Wisniewski, Mayor John E. McCormac and members of the Woodbridge Township Council.
NEW PROVIDENCE — A free parent-student college workshop entitled, “College Financial Aid/FAFSA” will take place from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the New Providence Public Library. The workshop will provide a complete overview of the financial aid process.
NEW JERSEY – This Christmas, surprise a child with a personalized letter from Santa Claus. For just $8, the Arthritis Foundation will send a child, adult, or pet a personalized letter and token gift from Santa Claus. Proceeds will support programs and services for adults and children with arthritis in New Jersey.