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Curtains Open Thursday for Livingston High School's Production of "Alice in Wonderland"

November 29, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston High School (LHS) Theatre will present “Alice in Wonderland,” a play adapted from Lewis Carroll's classic novel, in the high school auditorium at 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Dec. 1-Dec. 3.

Directed by LHS English teacher Meghan Reid, Livingston’s production remains true to Carroll’s words written 150 years ago.

“From ...

Livingston Schools’ ELA Supervisor Presents on ABCs of District’s Balanced Literacy Program

LIVINGSTON, NJ – English Language Arts (ELA) Supervisor, Marybeth Kopacz, was hired by the Livingston Public Schools district nearly a year ago to take a close and discerning look at every facet of the township’s Pre K- 6 grade reading and writing programs with an eye toward improving both. 

Lending a fresh yet experienced perspective to the assessment of reading-and-writing ...

Livingston Volleyball Community Reacts to Longtime LHS Coach and Educator Al Partelow's Retirement

LIVINGSTON, NJ — After 45 years as the head girls and boys volleyball coach at Livingston High School, Al Partelow announced his retirement this week.

Since the volleyball program’s inception in 1999, Partelow has been known to inspire determination, respect and leadership in his players, according to the many current students and alumni who have reached out since his ...

Livingston Students Outperform State, National and Global Aptitude Test Takers

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Across the board, Livingston’s students are consistently besting their aptitude test-taking counterparts in New Jersey, across the U.S., and, in the case of the Advanced Placement Test given in various countries, on the global stage, according to the Livingston Board of Education (LBOE). 

Detailed results of how the district’s students recently performed ...

Golda Och Academy Student Musicians to Perform with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Wednesday

WEST ORANGE, NJ — As part of the UJA Benefit Concert outreach project, Golda Och Academy student musicians have been invited to join members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) during a special performance on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Golda Och Academy’s Eric F. Ross Upper School Campus.

Under the direction of GOA music teacher Richard Perini, Golda Och Academy ...

Golda Och Academy Student Musicians to Perform with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Wednesday

WEST ORANGE, NJ — As part of the UJA Benefit Concert outreach project, Golda Och Academy student musicians have been invited to join members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) during a special performance on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Golda Och Academy’s Eric F. Ross Upper School Campus.

Under the direction of GOA music teacher Richard Perini, Golda Och Academy ...

Livingston Board of Education Election Results are In

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Election results are in and the following candidates were chosen for the Livingston Board of Education:

Samantha Messer earned one of two open seats on the board of education with 6,821 votes (40.04  percent of the 17,036 total votes).

“I am humbled by the results and honored to be selected to serve our community and I couldn’t have done this without ...

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$1 Million Raised for RU in One Day

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - On November 29, more than 6,400 people made gifts totaling more than $1 million to  Rutgers during the second-annual Rutgers Giving Day. Although final numbers are still being tallied, the number of donors surpassed last year’s total and exceeded this year’s goal by 29 percent.

“Rutgers alumni, staff, faculty, parents, students and friends ...

Tamaques Elementary Launches New 'Makerspace' Initiative

With the objective of fostering students' critical thinking, imagination and creativity, Westfield Public School librarian Christine Pitarresi has spearheaded a new program at Tamaques Elementary, called "Makerspace." Observing current trends and needs for growing minds, Ms. Pitarresi enthusiastically noted, "We used to be a society of makers, now we are ...