Morris School District Not Losing State Aid Money After Revised Figures Released by State

July 19, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris School District will not be losing any of its state aid this year, according to state aid figures.

The state has released its revised numbers regarding state aid to all districts in New Jersey.  The Morris School District was expecting $7,228.022 and that number will remain unchanged. This was a 5.7 percent increase over the state aid received for the ...

Seven Morristown Residents Named to Dean's List at Loyola University

BALTIMORE, MD - Loyola University has announced that seven Morristown residents have been named to its spring 2018 Dean's List.

Thomas Anderson, Elizabeth Bellar, Katherine Duggan, Marina Matalon, Connor Rochelle, Matthew Sarson, and Jingtong Zhi have qualified for the honor. In order to qualify for the Dean's List at Loyola, a student must achieve a minimum QPA of at least ...

Unity Charter School Answers Question On How to Support Math Learning

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Recently Unity’s mathematics lead teacher, Kristopher, and their gifted and talented mathematics teacher, Jeanette, were asked by a parent how to properly “challenge” a child excelling in mathematics. Here is what they had to say.   

“Our goal is to engage all students in a challenging curriculum of high quality mathematics. Nobody ...

Madison Resident Awarded Children's 'Book of The Year' for Second Time

MADISON, NJ - Madison resident and author, Trish Lisa Wilson, is the recipient of Creative Child’s Magazine’s 2018 Book of the Year Award, a repeat honor. Wilson’s work, A Penny For Piggy: A Tale of Save, Spend, Share was also honored by the publication in 2014. The book was reviewed by parents and educators and received the highest accolade in two categories, specifically, ...

CCM Releases the Design for a Regional Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing Center Meeting the Needs of Students and Employers

RANDOLPH, NJ – Manufacturing is a vital part of the Morris County economy, but meeting the need for skilled employees is challenging as retirements take place and new demands develop in that industry. To meet that need and to provide students with good-paying career options, County College of Morris (CCM) has developed the plans for a regional Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing Center ...

Morristown Students Recognized by JCP&L

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) recently presented a $902 contribution to support initiatives at Morristown’s Alexander Hamilton School Ecology Center.  JCP&L recognized students Benjamin Andrade, Christian VanderGroef and teacher, Carolyn McLain, for dedication and commitment to the Ecology Center.

The students were recognized for developing new ...

Morristown Residents Make Lehigh University Dean's List for Spring 2018

BETHLEHEM, PA -- Six local students at Lehigh University attained Dean's List in Spring 2018:

Leann Corwin
Benjamin Schwartz
Daniel Palomeque
Ada patterson
Ariel Pawlo
Avery Humphries

This status is granted to students who earned a scholastic average of 3.6 or better while carrying at least 12 hours of regularly graded courses.

For more than 150 years, Lehigh ...

18 Morristown Residents Earn Dean's List, President's List From Area Colleges, Universities

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Eighteen Morristown residents have received honors from their respective colleges and universities. The following students have received honors:

Christopher Ducey and Dylan Papetti,  have been named to Gettysburg College Dean's List. Students whose semester averages were 3.6 or above were recently placed on the Dean's Honor List.

Sara ...

Morristown High School Class of 2018 Receives Diplomas During 145th Commencement Exercises

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Four hundred graduates from Morristown High School's Class of 2018 received their diplomas on Thursday night during the Commencement Exercises held at Mennen Arena.

"Tonight we gather to celebrate the accomplishments of these four hundred men and women," said MHS principal Mark Manning during his opening remarks. "You are an amazing group of young women ...

Morristown Middle School Class of 2018 Recognized for Achievements

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The 387 graduates from Frelinghuysen Middle School's Class of 2018 received their 8th grade diplomas on Wednesday night during a Recognition Ceremony held at Mennen Arena.

During the ceremony, 75 students were named as award recipients including awards for: Student Ambassador, Student Council Award, Falcom Award, Language Arts Award, Math Award, Geometry Award, ...

TapInto Welcomes Letters to the Editor, Guidelines for Submission Listed

July 18, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Letters to the Editor are a time-honored tradition in the newspaper industry and now that so much of news has moved online, the letters explaining a personal point of view have moved with it.

While many of our letters come during election time, TapInto invites letters year round. The main rules are to include a full name, phone number, email and snail mail address. TapInto ...

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