ALJ Alumni Association Seeks 2016 Hall of Fame Nominations


CLARK, NJ – The Arthur L. Johnson High School Alumni Association is once again seeking nominees for its annual “Hall of Fame” recognition.  Now in its third year, the program recognizes the accomplishments of ALJ alumni in the following categories: Accomplished Professional, Community Contributor, Volunteer, Crusader Pride and Distinguished Faculty.

“Our ALJ Hall of Fame was created to recognize the ongoing accomplishments and achievements of ALJ graduates and individuals associated with ALJ, who have contributed in a positive manner to their profession, their community, or to the students of Arthur L. Johnson High School,” Principal Richard Delmonaco said in an email announcing the 2016 nomination period.

To be considered, the nominee must have graduated from ALJ ten or more years ago, or in the case of the Distinguished Faculty category, served on the faculty or staff for a minimum of six years.  The nomination form is available on the ALJ website. Completed forms may be emailed to or sent by regular mail to Delmonaco at

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Arthur L. Johnson High School

Hall of Fame

365 Westfield Avenue

Clark, NJ 07066 

The deadline for submitting a 2016 nomination form is January 19,2016.

The five individuals selected for induction into the Hall will be honored at a luncheon to be held in May. The honorees will also be recognized at the ALJ Senior Awards Ceremony in June.

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