Lauren Boyd Among Students Recognized for Accomplishments During Annual NJSIAA Scholar-Athlete Luncheon

May 23, 2017

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Gov. Livingston senior Lauren Boyd was among the high school students honored by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) for their achievements as Scholar-Athletes at the 24th Annual Scholar Athlete luncheon at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ on Sunday, May 21.

Since 1993, administrators at each NJSIAA member high school ...

Oratory Prep Opens, Dedicates Game-Changing DeGaeta Hall

SUMMIT, NJ - More than 800 guests recently attended the Grand Opening and Dedication of Oratory Preparatory School's DeGaeta Hall, a 48,000 square-foot structure that includes -- among its features and amenities -- a new gymnasium, science lab and cafeteria.

The new structure is named after Al DeGaeta, the grandfather of an Oratory alumnus, who oversaw numerous aspects of ...

Gov. Livingston High School Announces Honor Roll

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -  Principal Robert Nixon announced Gov. Livingston High School's  third marking period [February 1 through April 8, 2017] honor roll for the 2016-2017 school year. Gov. Livingston recognizes student achievement every marking period at two levels — Honor Roll and High Honor Roll.

Determination of inclusion is ...

Nerd Camp New Jersey Coming to Chatham High School Saturday, May 20

CHATHAM, NJ - Authors, teachers, and students are set to gather Saturday, May 20th to attend Nerd Camp New Jersey at Chatham High School.

Some 40 workshops and panels will be offered by authors, teachers, and Chatham High School students to the 325 New Jersey educators registered for the event.

“I can’t think of a better way to spend my Saturday,” Jenna Grodzicki, ...

Berkeley Heights School District Celebrates Educators of the Year with Ceremony

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Teachers from each school of the Berkeley Heights School District were celebrated for their excellence at the Educator of the Year ceremony at the May 11th Board of Education meeting.

The ceremony honored educators that have made a lasting impression on the lives of their students, parents and colleagues, said Grace Acosta, Assistant Vice Principal Columbia Middle ...

Local Middle Schools Attend STEM Meet Held at Columbia Middle School in Berkeley Heights

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Today, seven STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) teams from four school districts competed for the contract to save a coastal community from being destroyed by a tsunami. 

There really was no threat of a tsunami, but the teams representing Columbia Middle School, Deerfield School in Mountainside, Waldwick, and New Providence Middle School worked ...

Governor Livingston High School Takes Lead Role in Community Alcohol Awareness Campaign

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Over the next few weeks the Berkeley Heights and Mountainside communities will be seeing "Parents Who Host, Lose the Most" signs and banners around town. The program is to raise public awareness and educate parents and their children about the health, safety and legal risks of serving alcohol at teen parties.

Governor Livingston High School Student Assistance ...

Berkeley Heights Education Foundation Book Club Unites Community Members with Middle School Students

The Berkeley Heights Education Foundation (BHEF) sponsored its last Literary Lunch for the 2016-2017 school year at Columbia Middle School on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017.  This intergenerational book club brings together middle school students with staff and community members to discuss a book over lunch in an informal setting.  The book chosen for discussion with the sixth grade students ...

Columbia Middle School to Host First STEM League Competition

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Columbia Middle School will host its first Stem League competition on Friday, May 12. Eight teams of students from four different schools from around the state will compete by working on a task that challenges them to design and build prototypes, apply research and scientific principles, and present their findings to a panel of judges from industry. 

Students are ...

Team AIRO Shines at John Hopkins University Robotics Challenge 2017

Team AIRO ( competed for 5 categories at John Hopkins University (JHU) Robotics Competition 2017 to win all 5 First Prizes

Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics of John Hopkins University (JHU) has been organizing yearly Robotics Competition for many years now. It is open for all middle school & high school teams. Year 2017 competition was held ...

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Red Cross Offers Summer Youth Leadership Conferences

May 23, 2017

 The American Red Cross New Jersey Region will be holding Youth Leadership Conferences this summer in Summit, Ocean, Princeton and Sewell. Each four-day conference runs Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is open to students entering grades 9 through 12. Student attendees will receive a certificate for 24 hours of community service.

“Youth are the future of ...