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Three Livingston Students Compete in Grand National Speech/Debate Tournament

June 18, 2018

WASHINGTON, DC — Three members of the Livingston High School (LHS) forensics team recently competed in the 67th Annual NCFL Grand National Speech and Debate Tournament in Washington, DC, which included 2,751 students and 1,510 judges from 558 schools and 66 leagues.

Jaina Jallow qualified for the semifinal round (top 12 in the nation) and won a trophy in Declamation with her ...

Livingston Student Leads Project to Enhance Safety at Harrison Traffic Light

LIVINGSTON, NJ — After first being honored at the Girl Scouts Recognition and Bridging Ceremony at Heritage Middle School for receiving the coveted Girl Scout Silver Award, Harrison Elementary School student Rhea Joshi was recognized by the Livingston Township Council for her service project to enhance the safety of those crossing North Livingston Avenue by installing four new signs on ...

Hillside Elementary Rock Garden Celebrates Uniqueness of Students

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The main entrance to Hillside Elementary School now depicts the uniqueness of each of the school’s students through its new “rock garden”—the outcome of this year’s Hillside Elementary art-enrichment project.

Each year in March, the Hillside Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) hosts a weeklong art-enrichment project to celebrate Art ...

Collins Elementary's Greer Gelman Named Livingston Educator of the Year

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Greer Gelman, a lifelong resident of Livingston and a 1990 graduate of Livingston High School (LHS), has made it a mission to give back to her hometown through her position as a kindergarten teacher at Collins Elementary School and as the president of the Livingston Education Foundation (LEF). After 21 years as a Livingston educator, Gelman was acknowledged as the ...

See Photos From the 2018 Livingston High School Senior Prom

WOODLAND PARK, NJ — Livingston High School held its 2018 Senior Prom on Friday night at the Westmount Country Club in Woodland Park

TAPinto Livingston is happy to join in the celebration and the styles of this special night for these young men and women.

We will continue adding to this photo gallery as photos are received. To be featured in the LHS Senior Prom 2018 gallery, ...

Livingston All-Girls Robotics Team Returns from Championship with Award

Exit 5A Robotics has returned from the North American Open Championships with an award

CARLSBAD, CA — The members of Livingston’s all-girls robotics team, Exit 5A Robotics (E5A), recently completed their 2017-2018 FIRST LEGO League (FLL) competition season at the North American Open Championships (NAOC) held at LegoLand California, where they competed against 79 of the top ...

PARCC: Why Some Livingston Students Require Summer Testing

LIVINGSTON, NJ – In light of recent revisions to New Jersey’s Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) testing requirements, Natalie Topylko, director of curriculum and instruction for Livingston Public Schools (LPS), addressed attendees of Monday’s Livingston Board of Education (LBOE) meeting to explain why the changes could require select current ...

Livingston Ties For Top Spot in Essex County Math League Competition

CALDWELL, NJ — When Heritage Middle School and Livingston High School students participated in the Essex County Math League competition at Caldwell University in the end of May, the Livingston team tied with Millburn for first place overall, and several Livingston students received first place in their individual categories.  

Antonio Matheus, the school district’s 7-12 ...

Nancy & Robert Eskow Family Room Opens at Temple B’nai Abraham

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The hallway of The Early School of Temple B’nai Abraham in Livingston was recently filled with the sounds of a melodious chorus of “thank yous” from the students and teachers as The Nancy and Robert Eskow Family Room was dedicated with an informal ribbon cutting. 

The Family Room/learning center, made possible by the generous support of Nancy and ...

Livingston Schools’ Inaugural Climate & Culture Survey Reveals Benchmarking Results

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The initial results of a data-rich climate and culture survey measuring attitudes and perceptions K-12 grade students, their parents and educators have about eight key areas of Livingston Public School (LPS) life are in and being analyzed. 

Superintendent Cristina Steffner gave a presentation that reviewed high level findings from the survey at this week’s ...

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