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Governor Livingston Honors Journalism Students

April 22, 2017

Governor Livingston High School recently inducted six students into Quill and Scroll, the International Honor Society for high school journalists. Quill and Scroll includes over 14,000 schools in the United States and countries around the world. The honor society was founded at the University of Iowa in 1926, by a group of journalism teachers who wished to recognize and reward worthy high school ...

Get the Facts Before the Prom to Keep Your Child Safe; Gov. Livingston High School Hosts Parent Presentation

Prom Weekend Is Coming! Get the facts...BEFORE...the prom to keep your child SAFE!

Bob Segear, Student Assistance Counselor at Gov. Livingston is hosting a  presentation on  Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the GLHS Cafeteria.

Every Spring thousands of New Jersey high school students attend their school proms. Afterwards, many students head to the New Jersey ...

Invite to Design Your Own APP Contest

Technology is just as important as money when it comes to a business idea. You can get a loan to start a new business and hire developers if you do not know how to create an app for your idea. But not everyone qualifies for a loan, and not everyone is connected to someone who is skilled in app building. But what if you had the opportunity to give your idea to someone who could make your app ...

Berkeley Heights Community Pool to be Affiliated with the YMCA

The Berkeley Heights Township Council unanimously approved an ordinance on April 4, 2017 that set the terms and conditions for a 50-year lease with the YMCA.  The lease approval is a win-win for the community as it ensures that the YMCA will continue to serve the Berkeley Heights community as it has for the past 22 years, and also ensures the BHCP will continue to provide safe, ...

Montclair Kimberley Academy Celebrates Earth Day with Opening of New Green Roof

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA) is a buzz with activities this spring involving their K through 12 students and their new Green Roof that boasts spectacular views of the New York City skyline. The Green Roof officially opened on Tuesday, April 18 in time to celebrate Earth Day at their Upper School campus on Lloyd Road.

"MKA is a great place to ...

Students Give Berkeley Heights Board of Education Members an Update on Their STEM Activities

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - While some school districts in New Jersey and the country are planning on instituting STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) programs, the Berkeley Heights Board of Education is planning the expansion of their programs in the middle and high schools.

During a recent meeting of the Board of Education, James Finley, District Supervisor of Science, Arts and ...

Despite the snow, fun for all at the 20th Annual Berkeley Heights Education Foundation’s 'March Madness'

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -  Despite Mother Nature’s best efforts, The Berkeley Heights Education Foundation (BHEF) Annual Faculty Basketball game was once again a rousing success, even with a one-week delay due to snow.  The BHEF celebrated its 20th annual March Madness with a sold-out crowd and new sponsor, the Smith Chiropractic Foundation, on Tuesday, March 21, one week later than ...

Berkeley Heights Changes Polling Locations to Enhance School Safety

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - As a direct response to the safety concerns expressed by residents, parents, school and township officials, Berkeley Heights, with the approval of the Union County Board of Elections, has made the following changes in where residents will vote. 

“The changes will enhance safety and security in our schools by reducing the number of polling locations where ...

New Providence Awarded $462,000 Safe Routes to School Grant,

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Neighboring New Providence has received a Safe Routes to School (SRTS) grant of $462,000 for Various Sidewalk Improvements in New Providence.

This is the program that Township Council Vice President Jeanne Kingsley urged volunteers to come forward and support in a recent council meeting. New Providence began participating the SRTS about 10 years ...

Two Mountain Park Elementary Students Named Winners in Union County Dental Society Poster Contest

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Two Berkeley Heights students from Mountain Park Elementary School were among the winners of the Union County Dental Society Poster Contest.

Jessica Sun took first place and Gregory Pedicini second place for Mountain Park.  

The contest is related to Dental Health Month and its theme which, this year, is "Choose Tap Water for a Sparkling ...

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Summit YMCA Takes High Schoolers to Women in the World Summit in NYC

April 22, 2017

 Recently, the Summit YMCA partnered with Summit High School’s Y WILD club to bring a group of select high schoolers to the Eighth Annual Women in the World Summit. The Women in the World Summit, in association with the New York Times, was held at Lincoln Center in New York City from April 5-7, 2017. Women activists, CEO’s, peacemakers, entrepreneurs, etc. shared their personal ...