SUMMIT, NJ - Thanks to the efforts of one talented artist and the catalytic effort of their PTO Garden Chair, Brayton Elementary School has a new sundial.
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By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFJanuary 22, 2017
SUMMIT, NJ - The Dominican Nuns of Summit's Centennial Campaign will be the beneficiary of a Valentine's Day Dance held February 11 at The Academy of Our Lady of Peace, from 7 - 11 p.m.
Launched in 2014, The Centennial Campaign represents a $4 million fundraising campaign which will fund the construction of a 5,500 square-foot new wing at The Monastery of Our Lady of the Rosary. To ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Rahway is a highly-talented and well-drilled opponent, and hanging with them was going to be a stout task for the Summit High School Boys Varsity Basketball Team under the best of circumstances, but the Hilltoppers made the incline on their roundball treadmill even steeper by getting overwhelmed early, an outcome which saw them fall behind by a ...
Summit High School Boys Varsity Soccer Team talisman Jafeth Reyes bagged 28 goals in a massively successful season, the truckload of tallies earning him a spot in the Soccer Coaches of New Jersey's Senior Showcase All-Star Game.
Coming on as a second half substitute, Reyes proved his merits -- and then some -- scoring five goals in a span of 20-plus minutes for the North II squad and ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Simone Marean, founder and executive director of Girls Leadership, will present her acclaimed talk on girls’ resilience at Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child February 6, beginning at 7 p.m.
Marean will speak to the pressures that are unique to being a girl in 2017 and discuss ways to successfully navigate these challenges through her acclaimed talk, “Raising Resilient ...
ELIZABETH, NJ – An exhibit featuring the paintings of Summit artist Mary Kooi is current on display in the gallery space at the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, located in St. John’s Parsonage in Elizabeth. Her work, entitled “County Clare to Cuenca,” will be on display at the Pearl Street Gallery through March 31.
Summit Audiences Set to Meet 'Audrey II' as Stony Hill Players Ready to Stage 'Little Shop of Horrors'
SUMMIT, NJ - A limited number of tickets remain available as Stony Hill Players prepare to present the sci-fi smash musical "Little Shop of Horrors" beginning January 27.
The troupe will perform the ghoulishly funny 'rock 'n roll horror comedy' that has entertained audiences for more than three decades. All shows -- set for January 27 - 29 and February 3 - ...
SUMMIT, NJ - In a little over a month's time, the roundball smorgasbord that is "March Madness" will begin, and while basketball fans will enjoy the feast of college games that occur during the month of hoops, there are high school games that precede it that are also tasty, but for the student-athletes playing them they are no picnic.
Call it 'Midterm ...
Summit High's National Merit Scholar Program Honorees ‘Book’ Their Favorite Teachers; Greenhouse, Culinary Arts Projects Detailed
SUMMIT, NJ—The Summit Board of Education started the New Year with a flourish, as the 33 students honored by the National Merit Scholarship program, all seniors at Summit High School, continued the Hilltop City’s long tradition of having each of the students present their favorite teacher with a book.
The students, honored as a result of their junior year ...
Hardwood Foes for a Night, Friends for a Lifetime, Summit High Girls Basketball and Hanover Park Partner to Honor Kyle Kirst Jan. 21
SUMMIT, NJ - Kyle Kirst, in his life and coaching career, touched countless lives -- leaving an unforgettably positive impression on all whom he met, mentored and entertained with his boundless enthusiasm, infectious energy and omnipresent positivity,
Known in the Hilltop City primarily for his long-standing service as Assistant Coach of the Summit High School Lacrosse Team, Kirst was ...
Secondary Education Director Donna D'Acunto Will Not Return from Maternity/Family Leave, Departs Summit School District
SUMMIT, NJ - Summit Public Schools Director of Secondary Education Donna D'Acunto has tendered her resignation and will not be returning from maternity / family leave. D'Acunto was named to the newly-created post in June of 2016, when the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction role was split into two positions.
According to Superintendent of Schools June ...