LIVINGSTON, NJ - All evening activities in Livingston Public Schools are cancelled tonight, Tuesday, December 17. After-school clubs at the schools and sports practices are being cancelled because of the inclement weather. The exception is after-care programs run by the YMCA and JCC. The after-care programs held in schools will be open as normal. The Livingston High Chorus/Orchestra Concert has been postponed.
Update on School Activities for Dec. 17, 2013
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