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Newton Area Students Earn Accolades on Campus

August 20, 2017

NEWTON, NJ - Newton area students earn recognition from their colleges.

Andrew Cooney has been named to the dean’s list at Loyola University Maryland for the spring 2017 semester. 

SUNY New Paltz has announced Nina Durso and Colleen Minkewicz have been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester. 

David Ryan has been named to the dean’s list for the ...

Newton Town Council: Unanimous Support for Sussex County Consolidated School System

NEWTON, NJ—With the hopes of spreading the word and being the first to show initiative and backing for a consolidated school system in Sussex County, the Newton Town Council, after much discussion, passed a resolution supporting a consolidated school system within the Sussex County area.

Mayor Wayne Levante, who took the chair a mere six weeks ago, has already begun making headway on his ...

Newton Area Students Earn Accolades on Campus

NEWTON, NJ- Newton area students have received accolades from their college campuses.

Nicole Noratoe was named to the President’s list for the spring 2017 semester at Morrisville State College in New York with a GPA of 4.0.  Noratoe is pursuing a degree in Equine Science.

The University of Rhode Island has announced several students from the Newton area have been named to the ...

Newton's Robotic's Team at the Fair; Welcomes Sen Cory Booker, Continues Ties with Picatinny Arsenal

AUGUSTA, NJ – It’s that time of year; Sussex County Fair time.  Once again the Newton High School FIRST Robotics team Aperture had a VIP visit their shed at the fairground.  Senator Corey Booker took time to walk down to Aperture’s fair home on Saturday afternoon.

Aperture’s Administrative Manager Katie Nelson gave Booker a binder about the team’s recent ...

Newton Area Students Earn Accolades on Campus

NEWTON, NJ – Newton area residents have earned accolades from their colleges and universities.

Emily Maio was named to the dean’s list at the University of Kutztown in Pennsylvania for the spring 2017 semester.

Robert Sanders was named to the dean’s list at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania for the spring 2017 semester.  Sanders is pursuing a degree in Business ...

Reality Defies Perception: New Jersey's Public Schools are Still Top Performers

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The New Jersey Public Education system has once again risen to the top in a national evaluation by WalletHub, an online credit evaluation/promotion service used by some consumers and realtors to indicate "the best bang for the buck" for tax revenue. 

In a report issued yesterday, WalletHub released the result of its national review of the public ...

Newton Board of Education Election: Two Candidates for Three Seats

NEWTON, NJ – Newton Board of Education only drew two candidates for three seats on the ballot for the November 7 election.  Incumbent Stella Dunn of 24 Hillside Terrace will be seeking re-election.  Tina Larsen of 22 Hillside Terrace will also be running.  Both seats are for a three year term.

The nominating petitions were due to the county clerk’s office by 4 p.m.

Newton Board of Education Approves Updated Vision and Mission Statement

NEWTON, NJ—Newton Board of Education is updating their vision and mission statement. The board of education posted the request on their website on May 24 seeking input from the community.

“Revisions to our district vision/mission statement are being proposed to the Board of Education. The previous version has been in place for many years. The proposed statements retain the ...

Newton Board of Education Goes Ahead with Merriam Expansion Bond Referendum

NEWTON, NJ—With an unanimous vote, seven members of the Newton Board of Education approved a resolution to hold a bond referendum to expand Merriam Avenue School in September.  

The board will ask the community to approve the "$18,950,001 school facilities renovation and expansion project" at a special school district election to be held on Tuesday, September 26, ...

Halsted Middle School Announces Final Marking Period Honor Rolls for '16-'17 Year

NEWTON, NJ-- Halsted Middle School announces the students who have earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the final marking period of the 2016-2017 school year.

Students who have earned all A's or P's, with no unsatisfactory remarks, qualify for High Honor Roll.  For Honor Roll students, they must earn all A's, B's, or P's with no unsatisfactory remarks.

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