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Maroon and Gray

June 23, 2022

NUTLEY, NJ - It was the 144th day of 2022 when the Uvalde Texas mass school shooting occurred at Robb Elementary School. This marked the 212th mass shooting of 2022, so why isn’t anything changing? Twenty-one people lost their lives at Robb Elementary School, Uvalde; 21 funerals to plan.

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NUTLEY, NJ - NHS art teacher, Mrs. Theresa Lappostato, is retiring from NHS at the end this school year. The 16-year veteran art teacher from NHS has had an undeniable impact on students and future artists since acquiring this job. Read Daniel Doman's entire article, NHS Art Teacher Retires ...

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Phillip Siculietano  began the start of his career at Washington elementary school, later went to Spring Garden Elementary, and then to John H. Walker Middle School where he has stayed since. He is also a former president of the Education Association of Nutley and has been for 20 years.  All ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Pride parades and gatherings are traced back to the history of minority groups who have endlessly fought the decades of prejudice to be accepted for who they are. Read Karilee Santos' full article, ",Celebrating Identities & Orientations Outside of the Spectrum," on the Nutley ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Mrs. Lorraine Restel has been a part of the Nutley School District for 42 years, so her retirement made headlines throughout the community. Currently the Principal of Lincoln School, Mrs. Restel announced her retirement, effective July 1, 2022. Read the entire article, Mrs. Restel's ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - On Friday, May 20, 2022, Nutley High School had its first-ever Wellness Day. The event was in conjunction with Mental Health Awareness month which takes place each May. The theme was "Together for Mental Health" and the Wellness Day focused on both mind and body health and wellness.

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This is Matt’s last year playing Nutley Lacrosse, and he made sure he made the most out of it. Matt had a very exciting year to watch. He broke multiple records and was just so dominant on the field. Matt  got his 100th career goal this season, 100th career points (broke that one junior year), and ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - As COVID begins to calm down, life at Nutley High School gains some of its previous normality. Doors that were shut by the pandemic, including those of the NHS Staff Coffee Shop, reopen as the high school staff and students ease back into life as it was before.  Read Olivia ...

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Taking on a huge role isn't easy, but for Coach Mike Salvatelli, Nutley's newest head lacrosse coach it is a job he is ready and equipped for. The season started on Monday, March 7th and players and coaches are excited. This team will be the first to play under the new lights that will illuminate ...

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Congratulations to our NHS Journalism students for publishing the March 2022 issue of the Nutley High School Maroon and Gray. In this issue, we look at the Russia/Ukraine conflict, Bob Saget's untimely death, the reopening of the NHS Coffee Shop and start of the  NHS lacrosse season. Enjoy ...

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“If I won the lottery I would take a step back. I would do something that I dreamed about that may not make me as much money, but I never want to step away from cooking,” Chef Ryan DePersio said.  There has never been a time he has ever wanted to quit being a chef or take time off. Read Cynthia ...

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Today, the NHS Journalism I and II students are pleased to publish their January issue. In this issue, we look at the surge of the Omicron variant, the NHS hockey team's senior night, and the life and legacy of Betty White. We also feature an interview with NHS alumnus and chef Ryan ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - On December 2nd, Nutley High School hosted an event called, “Instant Decision Day” annually where seniors get to meet directly with select schools and get an acceptance statement on the spot. This year, students met virtually with college counselors and were able to at minimum, walk ...

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NUTLEY, NJ -  Salvatore Balsamo spoke to the Maroon & Gray and the new term that is approaching. Mr. Balsamo has lived in Nutley for his whole life; he grew up on Beach St. Mr.Balsamo feels as Nutley has helped him grow into the man he is today, “There are so many people that have helped me in ...

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The town's annual Tree Lighting took place in the Nutley Park Oval and was held on Sunday, December 5 at 4:30pm. It is always a big celebration and Nutley is known to always be very festive in the winter -- from the school celebrations to the decorations, and, of course, the tree lighting. Read ...

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NUTLEY, NJ — The first issue of Nutley High School Maroon and Gray published this week, and like most residents, we were waiting with anticipation to read the work of our favorite news team. The issue reflects a broad spectrum of the news and interests of this generation of future ...

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