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Newton High School Announces First Marking Period Honor Roll for 2017-2018 Year

December 15, 2017

NEWTON, NJ-- Newton High School announces the students who have qualified for Honor Rolls for the first marking period of the 2017-2018 school year. Students who have a grade point average greater than or equal to 3.5 through 3.749 receive Cum Laude. Students who have a GPA greater than or equal to 3.75 through 3.999 receive Magna Cum Laude and students who have a GPA of 4.0 and above ...

Newton Schools on Delayed Opening Schedule

NEWTON, NJ – Due to the winter weather Newton schools will be following a two hour delayed opening schedule:

Newton High School will start at 9:40 a.m.

Halsted Middle School will start at 9:50 a.m.

Merriam Avenue School will start at 10:05 a.m.  Morning Preschool is cancelled.  Afternoon Preschool will begin at 11:15 a.m.  Breakfast will not be served.

Spartans Tackle Bullying With The New York Jets

SPARTA. NJ - Whether you’re a fan or not, let’s all clap it out for the New York Jets.

The NFL football team has teamed up with STOMP Out Bullying, a nonprofit that, simply, is dedicated to do exactly that. Together, the organization and football team strives to promote a healthy community for students in their school communities. With assistance, the NY Jets have made a prevention ...

Panel Discussion in Sparta: School Consolidation Complex and Costly

SPARTA, NJ – A large crowd filled the Sparta High School media center on Wednesday to hear a panel discussion about school consolidation.  More than 150 people attended the event sponsored by New Jersey School Boards’ Association, according to Ray Pinney, Director of Member Engagement.

The through discussion of topic hit both sides of the issue.  “Some say it is a ...

Newton High School Inducts New Class to National Honor Society

EWTON, NJ—The Newton High School National Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony of new members on November 29 in the Newton High School auditorium.

This year 30 new members were inducted.  They participated in a traditional ceremony with a long history.  The honor society received its charter in 1949 and held its first candlelight ceremony in 1957.  Last year ...

Sparta Pope John Student Named Sussex County Student of the Month

SPARTA, NJ – A Pope John student has recently been named TransOptions’ Sussex County Student of the Month.  Sparta resident Griffin Sellinger’s award was announced on WSUS radio on Wednesday morning. 

Sellinger has a challenging course load including four Advanced Placement classes this year, according to the family.  He has a 4.0 grade point average and has ...

German Students Visit Newton High School

NEWTON, NJ – Newton High School has special guests from Germany for a few weeks in October.  Twenty students from Heimschule St. Landolin in Ettenheim stayed with host families and attended classes at Newton for two of the three weeks.

The visitors were most eager to share their thoughts on the warm reception they received from the Newton High School students and ...

County College Of Morris Provides Real Life Stem Activities For Local Boy Scouts

RANDOLPH, NJ  – In collaboration with County College of Morris (CCM), the Patriots’ Path Council Boy Scouts of America hosted its second STEM University for Boy Scouts from across northern and central New Jersey.  The Scouts participated in a day of science, technology, engineering and mathematics-related activities on the CCM campus in Randolph, on Saturday ...

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