EDISON, NJ - Students from The Wardlaw + Hartridge School in Edison who participate in the Robert Wood Johnson Safety Ambassador program provided tips to second graders. Items addressed included Safety In and Around Cars, Pedestrian Safety, How to Prevent Falls and Proper Use of Helmets in Wheeled Sports. Pictured with Dawn Francavilla, Director of Student Life, from left: Brittney Wilson of North Plainfield, Alex Vargas of Dunellen, Jason Yin of Scotch Plains, Ovidio Chavez of Elizabeth, Ryan Petela of Clark, Kelton Estabrook of Plainfield, Sarah Hoffman of Cranford and Cathy Bi of Edison.
Wardlaw+Hartridge Students Serve as Safety Ambassadors
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By KENNETH SIMMONSMarch 15, 2018
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By VICTORIA CARUSOMarch 14, 2018
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By TAPINTO EDISON STAFFMarch 14, 2018
EDISON, NJ - Middlesex County College honored adjunct faculty members for service anniversaries during Adjunct Faculty Development Day in March.
Pictured: Elliot DeBella, center, (Edison) of the History and Social Sciences Department, receives his award for 50 semesters of teaching from Mark McCormick, vice-president for academic and student affairs, and MCC President Joann La Perla-Morales.
By MAUREEN BERZOKMarch 13, 2018
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Over 200 students and residents attended a town hall meeting held by Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman at the East Brunswick Community Center on Sunday, when the New Jersey's Representative from District 12 honored her promise to hear them voice their concerns following the massacre of 17 students and teachers in Parkland, FLA on February 14. Watson ...
By TAPINTO EDISON STAFFMarch 13, 2018
EDISON, NJ - The Edison High School boys basketball team recently concluded its most successful season in 17 years, and Abu Kaikai was a big part of that.
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By TAPINTO PISCATAWAY STAFFMarch 12, 2018
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“On March 2, the Piscataway Township Police Department received a report from school officials at Theodore Schor Middle School of graffiti that was placed on ...