In the weeks following Mayer’s death, individuals reached out to Fried and the school board with ideas on how to memorialize Mayer’s life and cement his legacy not only for his tenure with the school district, but as a beloved member of the Robbinsville community.
Residents in the Hopewell Valley Regional School District voted overwhelmingly to approve a $35-million bond referendum for facilities improvements and repairs in a special vote held Sept. 27.
The Marching Black and Gold, Hopewell Valley Central High School’s marching band, is preparing to host its second USBands competition on Saturday, Oct. 8 at the high school.
The West Windsor-Plainsboro School Board is expected to begin recording its meetings and make them available to the public within the next month.
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.
This summer, Grover Middle School teacher Debra Cohen participated in a prestigious national program that she believes will help her to better teach her students about the importance of using primary sources.
Construction of one of two multipurpose turf fields began July 6, with the intent for the project to be completed by October.
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.”
It’s an election free-for-all in the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District this year, with a total of 10 candidates running for three open seats on the WW-P Board of Education.
Trenton graffiti artist Leon Rainbow worked with students and explained the differences between controlled and illegal urban art.