Chatham Board of Education, Administration to Remain Mum on Islam Lawsuit; Chatham Residents Express Support

February 6, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Board of Education President Jill Critchley Weber addressed the topic soon after the regular meeting of the BOE began Monday night, stating that the board members would be unable to legally comment on the federal lawsuit filed against the district last month.

But during the public portion of the meeting, Chatham residents expressed their support for the district ...

Chatham Board of Education Attorney Issues Statement Denying Allegations in Lawsuit Brought by Chatham Mother

CHATHAM, NJ - Matthew J. Giacobbe, the attorney representing the Chatham Board of Education, issued a brief statement Thursday, denying allegations brought forth in a lawsuit and promising to "vigorously defend" the School District of the Chathams. 

A federal lawsuit was filed by Chatham mother, Libby Hilsenrath and her minor child, on Tuesday, Jan. 23, claiming a violation of ...

Chatham Mom Files Federal Lawsuit Against Chatham School District, BOE for Promotion of Islam

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Middle School mother, Libby Hilsenrath, is the plaintiff, along with her minor child, in a federal lawsuit filed on Tuesday that names The School District of the Chathams, the Board of Education, the Chatham Middle School principal and teachers as defendants, claiming a violation of constitutional rights.

Hilsenrath's issue with the school district first came up in ...

Chatham's Coffey Wins Oscar W. Rittenhouse Memorial Scholarship from the Morris County Prosecutor's Association

Emma Marie Coffey of Chatham is the recipient of the Oscar W. Rittenhouse Memorial Scholarship, which was announced on Wednesday by the Morris County Prosecutor's Office.

Coffey is currently finishing her undergraduate studies at Boston College and plans to attend law school there, following her graduation.

In the past, Coffey was a Victim Witness Advocate for the Cambridge ...

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