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Education

August 2, 2022

TRENTON – After Governor Murphy signed  A4075/3229 [t.e2ma.net] into law, the board of education in each school district and board of trustees in each charter school or renaissance school in the state is now required to develop and adopt a policy for the establishment of a threat assessment team at ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Colleges and Universities have announced the names of students who have made the Dean's List for outstanding academic achievement. The following students were recognized. Thomas Fennelly has earned Dean's List at Saint Peter's University. Paul Detre and Pico Banerjee have ...

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NEW JERSEY — For the second year in a row, the personal finance website WalletHub has ranked the state as having the third “best school system” in the nation. Only Connecticut and Massachusetts ranked higher than New Jersey, according to WalletHub, which gave New Jersey a total score of 64.05, ...

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Princeton, NJ -- Here’s a bit of New Jersey history: Asbury Park High School (APHS) in 1959 was one of the first high schools (maybe THE first) in New Jersey to offer Russian as a language option. I jumped at the opportunity for two reasons: I had grandiose visions of doing something (not quite ...

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TRENTON, NJ --  After two tough years of remote, hybrid or in-person classes, New Jersey's High School Class of 2023 will not be required to take the Graduation Proficiency Assessment test as a requirement of graduation under a law recently signed by Governor Murphy.  Lawmakers who sponsored the ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ: The world is changing rapidly, but one thing remains certain: with a high-quality, affordable higher education, it’s possible to build a better future and stay ahead of the change. Enroll for the Fall 2022 Semester at County College of Morris (CCM), one of the nation’s top community ...

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RED BANK, NJ -- Governor Phil Murphy signed into law a "Back-to-School" Sales Tax holiday on June 30,2022 as a way to ease the financial burden of student supplies. The sales tax holiday would take place between August 27 and September 5. Under the sales tax holiday, tax-exempt supplies and ...

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NEW JERSEY- New Jersey law requires that all school buses be retired after fifteen years of life, regardless of their condition or mileage. Economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, have adversely impacted supply chains, leading to shortages and increased prices in the production of ...

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Randolph, NJ: Launched in 2021, the Paramedic Science Program at County College of Morris (CCM) is the region’s only program that is meeting the growing demand for frontline professionals to respond to emergencies, drawing applicants from a wide section of New Jersey. “To meet industry demand ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The Morristown High School class of 2022 graduated in front of a large crowd on June 22 at Mennen Arena in Morris Township.  John Jabbour, President of the Student Government addressed his classmates and reflected on his time in the Morris School District. "Despite our ...

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RED BANK, NJ -- While summer break has just started for most students, Governor Phil Murphy and state lawmakers are looking ahead to the beginning of the next school year by pushing for a "Back-to-School" Sales Tax holiday that they touted Wednesday morning as a way to ease the financial burden of ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - For the first time in three years, Frelinghuysen Middle School students had a full, unimpeded graduation ceremony, as the students accepted their diplomas at the Mennen Sports Arena on June 21. Principal Joseph Uglialoro had many praises for the students. He complimented them on ...

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Randolph, NJ: Teachers play a critical role in the lives of children and can have a profound and lasting impact on the students they teach. The qualities of a good teacher are good communication skills, empathy, compassion and collaboration. At County College of Morris (CCM), the emphasis in its ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Thirteen Morristown residents have been named to the Dean's List and President's List at area universities and colleges.  The following students have been recognized.  Tanya Andino, Meghan Feldman, Katrina Ferrante, Benjamin Goldthwaite and Jessica Vogel have been named to the ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The Morris School District will hold their monthly Board of Education meeting tonight, June 6 at the Morristown High School. The public meeting will take place at 7:30pm, after the Executive Session which begins at 6:30pm TO READ THE FULL AGENDA, CLICK HERE   Sign up to ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Ekamresh A. Vasudevan of Morristown is a National Merit Scholarship winner. Ekamrish plans to study electrical engineering. On June 1st, National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced  over 2,600 winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and ...

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Randolph, NJ: County College of Morris (CCM) is offering an opportunity to take advantage of in-demand emerging careers with a new course to prepare students to become certified drone pilots. The course, which runs June 7 – September 17, teaches students what they need to know to work as commercial ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ — As they started to finish up the Spring Semester, a group of 38 math students, led by Dr. Chung Wong, professor of Mathematics, took part in the national Student Mathematics League spring competition. With the help of Mathematics Professor Heather Wolfgang, the competition went ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - In reaction to the school shooting in Texas Tuesday, the Morris School District has increased security at all Morristown schools. "Our thoughts are with those affected by this unspeakable incident and we mourn this unimaginable loss", wrote district officials in a communication ...

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Randolph, NJ: After two years of holding virtual commencement ceremonies due to the pandemic, CCM on Friday returned to the Mennen Arena to hold an in-person celebration for the Class of 2022 to recognize and celebrate its latest graduates. This year’s class consisted of approximately 1,200 ...

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Randolph, NJ: In New Jersey, there is a demand for approximately 1,800 additional Certified Nurse Aides (CNAs). According to the New Jersey Hospital Association, that number is expected to grow by an additional 8,200 over the next decade. CNAs generally are employed in full-time jobs with benefits, ...

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EVANSTON, IL — Two Morristown High School students have been named National Merit Scholarship Winners. Shivani Vel and Milind Bangalore have been chosen out of 15,000 finalists in the 2022 National Scholarship Program. Vel will focus on a career in pediatrics while Bangalore will focus on a ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ – As the warm weather is finally upon us, children have been anxiously waiting for a fun summer for seemingly an eternity with the ongoing pandemic. With the worst of COVID seemingly behind us, there is great anticipation for fun activities. Success for All Family Programs ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morristown Board of Education swiftly and efficiently cruised through their scheduled points of discussion during the Apr. 25 meeting, so much so that the Board adjourned within 30 minutes of taking their seats. The Board, who dropped their mask requirement in March, ...

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Randolph, NJ: A group of students at County College of Morris, calling themselves the Tidy Titans, recently crushed the American Statistical Association (ASA) national Data Fest competition for community colleges, winning both Best in Show and Best Use of Statistical Analysis. Coming up winners, ...

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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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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Students in second and third grade at Unity Charter School in Morristown are learning chemistry in a curriculum developed by a faculty member at the Kean University College of Education. Kean Assistant Professor Dina Rosen, Ed.D., developed the innovative curriculum called Early ...

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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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KINGSTON, RI -  Alexandra Sinno a Morristown resident and student at University of Rhode Island was among six sophomores awarded the prestigious Hollings Scholarships from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The scholarship is awarded to undergraduates in marine sciences. Sinno ...

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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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