Denville Schools Chief Reads 4th Grader's Book to Kindergarten Kids

March 2, 2017

DENVILLE, NJ - As superintendent of Denville Schools, Steven Forte spends a lot of time reading dry, grownup stuff like reports and spreadsheets. On Thursday, Forte took a break for something more fun: He read to his youngest customers a book written by a 4th-grader.

It was Read Across America Day at Denville schools, and the superintendent found himself doing just that in front of Jamie ...

67 Years After Her Season in Pro Baseball, a Morris County Woman Gets an Award

ROXBURY, NJ – Lois “Tommie” Barker, a lifelong Morris County resident who went on to play in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, was honored recently by the Ledgewood-based chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

Barker, 93, of Chester, was presented with the DAR’s “Women in American History Award” in recognition of her ...

Why All Parents Should Consider Refusing the PARCC—2017 Edition

March 17, 2017

Hi. My name is Jen Grana – I live in Sparta township and have 3 boys – 2 of which are in the public education system now – a middle schooler, a Kindergartner and a sweet oblivious 2 year old who will be there before I know it I am sure. We spend a lot of time talking about and thinking about public education in our house because we will be knee-deep in it for the next 20 years ...

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