Raritan Learning Cooperative Open House

Do you know a teen who’s bored or frustrated with school? Who wants more out of life? Who’s looking for a welcoming community?

Come to the Raritan Learning Cooperative open house and meet RLC staff, members and parents. Find out how self-directed learning can help teens create the education they want now, while building a path towards college, career, entrepreneurship, vocation, travel and more.

Or, call for a private appointment any time.

RSVPs appreciated, but not required.

Contact Information
  1. MaryBeth Healy
  2. 908-938-1464
  3. info@raritanlearningcooperative.org
Tue, February 27
8:30 am — 10:00 am
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Do you know a teen who’s bored or frustrated with school? Who wants more out of life? Who’s looking for a welcoming community?

Come to the Raritan Learning Cooperative open house and meet RLC staff, members and parents. Find out how self-directed learning can help teens create the education they want now, while building a path towards college, career, entrepreneurship, vocation, ...

168 Main St. Flemington, NJ 08822

Raritan Learning Cooperative

168 Main St.
Flemington, NJ 08822

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To the editor:

At a meeting of Flemington Borough Council earlier this year, Mayor Phil Greiner described Jack Cust as a man of “deep pockets and sterling character.” He seemed to be attempting to justify his basis for selecting a new redeveloper, after the first two selected by a committee he was part of, or led, failed at the project. Initially the project was to find someone to ...

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To the editor:

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To the editor,

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To the editor:

I was dismayed to see my 2014 news reportage inaccurately weaponized by council members Marc Hain and Brooke Warden in their campaign flier attacking Al Brewer. The headline “School security at issue: Flemington-Raritan board member accused of leaking secrets” is less than a half-truth, given the ensuing revelation.

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To the editor:

At a meeting of Flemington Borough Council earlier this year, Mayor Phil Greiner described Jack Cust as a man of “deep pockets and sterling character.” He seemed to be attempting to justify his basis for selecting a new redeveloper, after the first two selected by a committee he was part of, or led, failed at the project. Initially the project was to find someone to ...