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Franklin Middle School – SGS Campus Celebrates Black History Month With Cultural Program

Franklin Middle School – SGS Campus Celebrates Black History Month With Cultural Program

Singing, dancing and mentions of impactful African-Americans highlighted the annual Black History Month celebration at Franklin Middle School – Sampson G. Smith campus. Participating in the event were the various performing arts groups in the school, including orchestras, bands, choirs and dance troupes. There were also soloists in song, dance, and spoken word presentation. Cherilyn […]

Central Jersey College Prep Observes Black History Month

Central Jersey College Prep Observes Black History Month

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School’s Black Student Union ended Black History Month with a program that celebrated the culture and history of African-Americans. The coordinators, junior Christopher Outlaw and senior Jordan Lee – the BSU’s president and vice president, respectively – said that even though the school had been observing Black History Month throughout […]

Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

Darlene Slavick, of Somerset, studied this fall in Melbourne, Australia. Slavick is a biology major in the Class of 2021 and a graduate of Bishop George Ahr High School. Widener University congratulates Brittney Jones of Somerset, NJ, 08873 for achieving dean’s list status during the fall 2019 semester. Jones is majoring in Nursing. The dean’s […]

Franklin Middle School Presents ‘Grease’

Franklin Middle School Presents ‘Grease’

The Franklin Middle School players are presenting the musical “Grease” at the Sampson G. Smith campus for two weekends in January and February. The show looks at high school life in the 1950s through the experiences of two main characters, the “greaser” Danny and the wholesome exchange student, Sandy. Showtimes are 7 p.m. on January […]

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School Wins Diversity Award

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School Wins Diversity Award

Sponsored Content. CJCP has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles. Schools honored with the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award have expanded young women’s access to AP computer science courses. Out of the 20,000 institutions that offer AP courses, 818 achieved […]

More Honors For ‘Hero’ Isla Glaser At School Board Meeting

More Honors For ‘Hero’ Isla Glaser At School Board Meeting

The 4-year-old township girl who is credited with saving her mother’s life in December received two honors at the January 23 Board of Education meeting. Isla Glaser, a student at MacAfee Road School, received an award from the school as well as a commendation from the school board at the meeting. Glaser gained notoriety after […]

Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

Carolina Chaves of Somerset was among the 75 University of Scranton students who studied abroad during the Summer 2019 semester. Chaves, a strategic communication major at Scranton, participated in the University’s travel course, Italian History and Heritage Italy in various cities, Italy. The Assumption College Department of Athletics has announced that Colleen Kurtz, of Somerset, […]

Township Resident, RVCC Professor, Wins Nursing Award

Township Resident, RVCC Professor, Wins Nursing Award

A township resident has been named the 2019 recipient of the New Jersey League for Nursing (NJLN) Nurse Recognition Award. The award winner, Carol Patterson, is a professor of nursing at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg. Patterson received the honor — which recognizes her continued commitment and contributions to the nursing profession — at […]

Elizabeth Avenue School Holds Second Annual ELA ‘World Series’

Elizabeth Avenue School Holds Second Annual ELA ‘World Series’

Students and parents gathered at Elizabeth Avenue School November 21 for an evening of games and learning. The school’s second annual English Language Arts World Series featured a host of literacy themed games geared for the students in grades Pre-K to 5th. The students and their parents made their way through the games, which were […]

Project Graduation Fundraising Underway; Concession Volunteers Sought

Project Graduation Fundraising Underway; Concession Volunteers Sought

By PJ Parker. The concession stand in Franklin High School is busy on any day it’s open during the school year, but from now until graduation day on June 25, every afternoon on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be especially buzzing. The Franklin High School 2020 graduating class will experience Project Graduation, a post-ceremony celebration […]

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