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May 11, 2022

EVANSTON, IL — One student from Madison High School has been named a National Merit Scholarship Winner. Skylar Walters has been chosen out of 15,000 finalists in the 2022 National Scholarship Program. Walters will focus on a career in research science. According to NMSC, “National Merit ...

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  Randolph, NJ: Come explore a wide range of career options at the County College of Morris (CCM) Criminal Justice Day, which will feature presentations and demonstrations from numerous units related to law enforcement and public safety. The day, which is open to all age groups including high ...

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MADISON, NJ - Madison High School has announced the top two academic achievement awards for the Class of 2022 - Valedictorian and Salutatorian. This year's honors go to Artha Abeysinghe and Skylar Walters. "We could not be more proud to have Artha and Skylar represent the Class of 2022 as this ...

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MADISON, NJ - Madison Public School will host the monthly Superintendent Coffee on Monday, April 25. The coffee will take place tonight at 7pm.  Participation: YouTube Live Link: https://youtu.be/S8oIBqzIBwk  Zoom Webinar Links: ...

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MADISON, NJ - Make your vote count! Nominate your favorite Madison High School classroom teacher or educational services professional who is dedicated, inspiring, and making a difference? Nominate your favorite for the Governor's Educator of the Year Program The deadline is Friday, April 22nd, ...

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DENVILLE, NJ – Morris County School of Technology’s Academy for Computer & Information Sciences will be hosting its annual Hackathon on Saturday, April 23. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. This 12-hour Hackathon is open to students in grades 7 - 12.  Hackathon is an ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ: High school students and adults looking for a new career will have the opportunity to learn about the fascinating world of engineering – a profession where you get to design and build, solve problems and improve the world – at the Engineering E3 Day being held at County College of ...

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Minicourses at Madison Library announces its next minicourse beginning Monday, April 25th.  "Early 20th Century Art in Europe” will be presented via Zoom by Dr. Kimberly Rhodes, Professor of Art History, Drew University. This virtual minicourse will focus on the avant-garde movements that ...

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TRENTON – Nearly $18 million in federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) State Fiscal Recovery Funds will be allocated to reimburse local educational agencies (LEAs) for additional special education services provided to students who were impacted by COVID-19 related school disruptions but would otherwise ...

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NEWARK, NJ — A new education initiative headed by the City of Newark is providing 40 underserved students an opportunity to pursue a debt-free college education at Saint Elizabeth University in Morristown. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka and Saint Elizabeth University officials announced Thursday the ...

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NEWARK, NJ — The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) remains a top institution for students to pursue a graduate degree program in engineering, with the program ranked among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report. NJIT ranked 86th on this year's list, up two ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ -- In less than a year and half, the profile and reputation of County College of Morris (CCM) have raised significantly with more than a dozen national recognitions. Its latest recognition from Best Accredited Colleges places CCM as the Top Community College in New Jersey and its ...

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair State University's Board of Trustees authorized the University to provide financial support to Bloomfield College, if needed, to ensure the College can remain open through the 2022-23 academic year while the two institutions work toward their goal of establishing a ...

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MADISON, NJ - The Madison Board of Education met on March 15, 2022 at 7:00 pm to discuss the budget however, John Regan, the board presidents, explained that the budget hearing will be held on March 28 due to postponement of the Governor's Budget address. The Governor’s Budget Address notifies ...

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Randolph, NJ: County College of Morris (CCM) is excited to announce it will be holding its first in-person Open House since 2019 and it’s going all out to make this one as informative and engaging as ever. Several academic programs will be holding special showcases to provide students with ...

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MADISON, NJ -  Madison Superintendent Mark Schwarz will hold a Superintendent Coffee on Monday March 14. The event will be held virtually from 7pm - 8pm.  The event can be found: HERE via YouTube LIve HERE via Zoom  Passcode: i4xH5a

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TRENTON, NJ — Charter school advocates and parents  sent a clear message Thursday to Gov. Phil Murphy's administration, calling on him to reverse the decisions made by the state Department of Education (DOE) to deny high-performing charter schools the ability to serve more students. “We want the ...

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MADISON, NJ -  Kids went to school today either wearing a mask or not wearing one. With the mask mandate lifted, effective March 7 in schools, teachers, students and staff are left with a personal choice when it comes to wearing masks. The Madison School District has stated that the decision to ...

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TRENTON, NJ — To allow New Jersey’s parents of students with disabilities to protect their children’s educational rights, Assembly Democrats Sterley Stanley, Linda Carter, and Raj Mukherji sponsored a bill to extend the period for filing special education due process petitions regarding the ...

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  RoboThink STEM Courses for Kids comes to Central New Jersey Robotics & Coding Classes for Kids Ages 7 and Up [Florham Park, NJ, March 1, 2022—] The world’s #1 STEM Education Program in over 20+ countries around the world has landed in New Jersey! RoboThink’s innovative STEM education ...

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WATCHUNG, NJ – Mount Saint Mary Academy is currently accepting registrations for its 2022 Summer Academy Enrichment and Sports Program. Open to rising sixth through eighth grade girls, the two-week program, which features half and full-day options, is designed to empower girls to try new things in ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway indicated the university’s 2023 budget will not include a tuition increase – even as the university copes with shortfalls in revenue and other financial factors. Holloway, speaking at Wednesday’s Board of Governors meeting, said it will ...

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MADISON, NJ - All Madison public schools will be closed on Friday February 25 due to hazardous travel conditions, said district officials.   Read more: Things To Do In And Around Madison This Weekend; Feb. 25 - Feb. 27 Read more: State COVID Briefings To End; Governor Announces Date of ...

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A girl’s teenage years are a time of self-discovery, and it is important that she is supported and encouraged along her journey. For me, Mount Saint Mary Academy has provided all the tools necessary for both success and happiness. Mount Saint Mary’s mission extends beyond providing incredibly ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Rutgers University–New Brunswick announced sweeping new financial aid program that builds upon existing state aid programs to enable New Jersey students with family incomes below $65,000 to attend the university tuition-free.  The program also provides a sliding scale that ...

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NEW JERSEY -- New Jersey ranked as the sixth most educated state in the country, according to personal finance website WalletHub's annual list of Most Educated States. Massachusetts topped the rankings at No. 1, with Maryland and Connecticut rounding out the top three. Neighboring New York ...

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Click here to take the poll. MADISON, NJ — Starting March 7, the state has left it up to local school districts and day cares to decide if masks must be worn in such settings. Gov. Phil Murphy has promised the state Health Department would provide specific guidelines to schools on the topic ...

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MADISON, NJ - Madison Superintendent Mark Schwarz held the Superintendent Coffee at 7:00 PM through a virtual meeting. The topics included COVID, mask wearing, facilities planning Schwarz began the discussion by stating, “Madison has been very methodical, progressive and committed to getting ...

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MADISON, NJ - Governor Murphy announced that the current mask mandate will be lifted starting March 7. In an update to parents and guardians, Mark Schwarz, Superintendent of Madison Public Schools stated that masks will become optional for staff and students effective March 7, 2022. Masks will ...

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