“STEM You Can!” Hosted Camp for Young Girls This Week in Clark

July 14, 2018

CLARK, NJ – This week, a STEM Camp for young girls was hosted at the Clark Library by the nonprofit organization “STEM You Can!” The organization, launched in 2014, aims to encourage young girls to pursue interests and consider careers in the STEM field.

Girls in grades four to six were encouraged to sign up for the week-long camp, which ran Monday through Friday ...

Clark BOE Approves Personnel Additions for 2018-2019 School Year

CLARK, NJ – Even though school is out for the summer, the Clark School District has been busy preparing for the upcoming school year.  During both the June and July Clark Board of Education monthly meetings, the board approved numerous new hires across the district.

During the June meeting, Superintendent Ed Grande started but expressing his gratitude for Director of Special ...

Awards and Accolades Announced for Clark’s College Students

CLARK, NJ – Several of Clark’s College and University students have Graduated, been named to the Dean’s List, or were inducted into an Honor Society by the end of the Spring 2018 Semester.


University of the Sciences – Philadelphia, PA

Alexa Chavez

The University of Scranton – Scranton, PA

John Markowitz

Marist ...

Clark Public School District Holds Session on Vaping

CLARK, NJ - The Clark Public School District recently held a virtual Parent University session called, Vaping.  The session was hosted by Steve Kaelblein, Student Assistance Coordinator.During the workshop Kaelblein covered a variety of topics relevant to vaping including what it is, its dangers, and warning signs.

Superintendent Edward Grande raised the concern that vaping is ...

Hehnly Student Council Holds Olympic-Themed Literacy Event

CLARK, NJ - The Frank K. Hehnly Student Council held their biggest fundraiser of the year recently when they hosted a Reading Literacy Event.  All of the money raised goes toward funding a scholarship for an Arthur L. Johnson High School graduate. This year's event had an Olympics theme. 

The Student Council Executive Board, Vincent Frasca, Mackenzie Thompson, ...

Clark Public School District Holds Virtual Parent University Session on Summer Reading

CLARK, NJ - The Clark Public School District recently held a virtual Parent University session, “Summer Reading,” hosted by Carl H. Kumpf Teacher Cheri Fabrizzio. The session covers a variety of topics relevant to summer reading including its benefits, grade level requirements, and incentive programs.

Christine Casale Broski, Supervisor of Educational Initiatives stated, ...

Clark’s Eighth-Grade Graduates Celebrated During Kumpf’s Promotion Exercise

CLARK, NJ – Carl H. Kumpf Middle School’s eighth grade class celebrated their graduation Wednesday evening. The ceremony commended the Class of 2018 for all of their hard work throughout their three years at Kumpf. 167 students received diplomas during the ceremony, which was held in the Peragallo Gymnasium at Arthur L. Johnson High School.

Graduates walked out to a performance of ...

Rutgers Science Explorer Bus Visits Clark's Kumpf Middle School

CLARK, NJ – The Rutgers Science Explorer Bus recently paid a visit to Kumpf Middle School. The bus is a mobile science lab complete with instructors ready to teach middle school students about scientific concepts. The bus was at Kumpf from June 12 to June 14, giving all the seventh graders a chance to participate in experiments led by Rutgers' graduate students Gwyndolin Vail and ...

ALJ 2018 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Recognized at Board of Education Meeting; New Student Member Introduced

CLARK, NJ - The Clark Board of Education started their Tuesday meeting by highlighting Arthur L. Johnson’s 2018 Valedictorian George Visconti and Salutatorian Gregory Zukowski.

“I’ve had the honor of having the same students at the middle school four years ago,” said ALJ Principal Jennifer Feeley.  “Their drive and their passion towards who they are has not ...

Hehnly Participates in Relay to Raise Money for St. Jude

CLARK, NJ - Frank K. Hehnly School students recently participated in a Recess Relay event to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Students donated $3 or more to participate in the event. 

School Nurse Donna Kircher and FKH teacher AnnMarie Estevez partnered with ShopRite of Clark to organize games for the children to play during recess like ...

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Earn The Professional Administrative Certification of Excellence (PACE) at Union County College in Five Weeks

July 17, 2018

CRANFORD – Union County College (UCC) will be offering the American Society of Administrative Professionals PACE Certification (Professional Administrative Certification of Excellence) from Monday, July 23 through August 22.

If you are an executive assistant, office manager, paralegal, program analyst, benefits administrator, supervisor or meetings and events planner, this program is for ...