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Livingston High School Cancels After-School Activities and Keeps Students Indoors After Additional Threats Surface

September 23, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ — All Livingston High School students are required to remain indoors and all after-school activities have been canceled Friday afternoon after more threats against the school were posted on social media Friday.

All teachers and students at the school were reassured that the Livingston Police Department is aware of the situation and is working actively with the Essex ...

Livingston High School Marching Band to Compete in Roxbury Classic Saturday

ROXBURY, NJ - An evening of musical entertainment for the whole family will feature the Livingston High School Marching Band on Saturday, Sept. 24 at the eighth-annual Roxbury Marching Band Classic. 

The Roxbury Classic, an annual competition of local and regional high school marching bands, is an opportunity to experience a diverse range of performances ...

Livingston Mayor, Police Chief and School District React to Cyber Threat Investigation and Arrest

UPDATE: Bail was paid and Coulouris has been released. 

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Following the arrest Tuesday of 18-year-old John Coulouris—who was accused of being involved in the recent cyber threats against Livingston High School and charged accordingly—Mayor Al Anthony, Police Chief Craig Handschuch and Livingston Public Schools individually thanked ...

Livingston High School Hosts FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Kick-Off/Game Reveal Extravaganza

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston High School Lancer and Emerald Knights robotics teams were among more than 50 teams from across the state that attended the FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Season Kick-off/Game Reveal extravaganza at Livingston High School on Saturday, Sept. 10. 

Livingston Mayor Al Anthony was on hand to meet the team and witness the reveal at the FIRST (for ...

Additional Threats to Livingston High School Result in Delayed Opening and Heightened Security

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Although police have deemed recent threats of violence to Livingston High School not credible, Livingston police heightened security at the school today with a two-hour delayed opening and increased police presence throughout the district around the clock.

Livingston Police Chief Craig Handschuch, LHS Principal Mark Stern and Superintendent Christina Steffner held a ...

Livingston Board of Education Reports Successful Launch of 1:1 Computing Program

LIVINGSTON, NJ – The 1:1 computing initiative that has been a central focus of the Livingston Board of Education (LBOE) since the pilot program launched in January 2016 once again took center stage at the first LBOE meeting of the new school year.

With the 2016-'17 school year now officially under way, the update on both the operational and educational rollout received high ...

Livingston Officials Weigh in on NJ Monthly's Top 10 High Schools in New Jersey

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Since the online version of New Jersey Monthly’s ranking of the state’s best public high schools was officially revealed on Sept. 1, Livingston officials have commented on the statistics that landed Livingston High School among the top 10.

After being ranked at No. 16 on the magazine’s bi-annual list in 2014 and No. 24 in 2012, LHS earned the No. 6 ...

Annual CubMobile Derby Attracts Record Number of Local Scouts

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — More than 100 local scouts participating, more than twice the number from previous years, volunteers from packs in West Orange, Livingston, West Caldwell, Verona, East Orange, Maplewood, Montclair, Short Hills, Millburn and Newark recently collaborated on the annual CubMobile Derby in Maplewood.

In the CubMobile Derby, Scouts use gravity to race down the hill at Memorial ...

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Livingston League of Women Voters to Host Public Debate for Livingston Board of Education

September 22, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston League of Women Voters will hold a free public debate for the Livingston Board of Education on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. at the Livingston Community Center, 204 Hillside Avenue. 

Since incumbent Arthur Altman dropped out of the race this week, there are now four candidates running for two open positions: Barry Funt, Samantha ...

Field Hockey Gets B1G Win Over No. 15 Iowa, 2-1

No. 15 Hawkeyes are highest ranked foe ever defeated by RU Field Hockey

IOWA CITY, Iowa - Rutgers field hockey got its first Big Ten win of the season in landmark fashion Sunday afternoon, winning 2-1 at No. 15 Iowa. The victory was the Scarlet Knights first win over a ranked opponent since October of 2013 and the highest ranked foe ever defeated. With the win, RU improves to 6-3 overall ...

Westfield In-Service Readies School Personnel

Westfield Public School teachers and support staff returned to school early this year with an In-Service held on September 7.  The Curriculum, Instruction and Program Department outlined a full schedule for staff at all grade levels.

A variety of topics were covered, from curriculum development and technology to CPR.  For example, elementary teachers attended differentiated ...