At all four Lawrence elementary schools this May, a grant funded by the Lawrence Township Education Foundation brought the Liberty Science Center’s Little Dragons Digestive System Program to kindergarteners and 1st graders.
Programs are available for boys and girls Pre-K through eighth grade from Lawrence Township and surrounding communities that do not currently offer a lacrosse program.
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Julie Ellen Prusinowski’s nearly 50-year-long career in the arts has been fulfilling—she’s worked with everyone from Angela Lansbury to Jon Bon Jovi and has experienced just about every aspect of theater work.
Having had experience with the local Parent Teacher Association meetings for her children’s schools, Bowes wanted to know how the entire school system worked.
Construction of one of two multipurpose turf fields began July 6, with the intent for the project to be completed by October.
Officer Wagner and Sergeant Longo have been rewarded for helping the people in Lawrence Township feel safe and protected.
In May, Lawrence Township Public Schools was awarded first place in the Video Category of the New Jersey School Public Relations Association 2016 Communications Awards Program for a three-minute video entitled, “Thank You.”
The rising junior at Lawrence High School lifts weights and works out with the Cardinals football team in the morning, then comes home, showers, rests and returns to the field—the baseball field, that is—where he has helped the Lawrence Legion Post 414 team this summer.
Linda Parker has spent nearly three decades in the hairstyling business, including 26 years as owner of her own business, A Cut Above Salon in Spa.