There will be a mandatory football parent meeting on August 5th at 7 pm in the High School Cafeteria. All parents will need to sign up for Thursday night pre-game dinners, game day oranges and gatorade. Any pre-ordered TIGEROPOLY games will be available for pick up. Any questions, please contact Jackie Dickerson 732-841-2180, Cathy Scarpitto 732-236-2472 or Alicia Torchia or email email@example.com.
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To the editor,
I attended the BOE meeting on June 21st and am deeply concerned about the state of our board. To start off, they held a COW meeting (6pm) on the same night as a public meeting (scheduled for 8pm). They had student presentations at the COW and retiree presentations at the public meeting. That is a lot to get through, now add an executive session that ran longer than expected.