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WW-P program helps prepare students for life after high school

July 25, 2017 -

One group of seniors got a head start on college during their final year in high school by participating in the district’s Senior Internship Program

WW-P High School North and South football merger rejected by NJSIAA

There will be no merger this year for the football programs at high schools North and South in the West Windsor and Plainsboro school district.

Looking Back: New traffic lights?

The recent talk of improvements to Cranbury Road in the Grovers Mill area has opened up a new discussion, especially among area residents who use Cranbury Road to get to the railroad station at Princeton Junction.

WWP Babe Ruth All Star 13s finish third in state tournament

The WW-P 13s are looking forward to more baseball together as they continue to grow and develop as players.

In the News: students honored at problem solving competition

Students from the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District placed high in a competition held by Future Problem Solving Program International last month.

West Windsor, Plainsboro police blotter: employee assaulted at Target

An employee of Target in the Nassau Park Shopping Center was the victim of an assault on June 21.

Letter: Opposing whole child education puts kids at a disadvantage

The following is a response to a letter in the July 11 issue of the News by Arnav Sood regarding the renewal of West Windsor-Plainsboro superintendent David Aderhold’s contract. It is unfortunate that many parents like Mr. Sood and others in the community do not understand nor see the value of David Alderhold’s whole child…Read more

Letter: The divide in the WW-P School District is not racial

I just read Arnav Sood’s letter regarding the vote to reinstate the contract of Dr. David Aderhold. I also attended the board of education meeting on June 27, and I too saw a divide in those who supported Dr. Aderhold and those who did not. However, unlike Mr. Sood, I did not see a racial…Read more

Letter: Camp Invention a success

More than 40 students from grades 1 to 6 attended the week long Camp Invention program at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North from June 26-30. Students enjoyed a variety of full day coordinated activities during the week in which they were encouraged to expand their mindsets to include exploration, tinkering, making, testing, recreating, and hands-on…Read more

Letter: Schalks Crossing traffic patterns need to be fixed

The following is a response to a letter in the July 11 issue of the News by Phyllis Spiegel regarding traffic patterns on Schalks Crossing Road. I could not agree more with your reader’s concern regarding the traffic patterns at the Plainsboro Post Office. The answer however is not more police, the answer is for…Read more