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Two Parsippany Eagle Scouts Honored by Freeholders

January 18, 2019

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Congratulations to Galen Wu and Joshua Knowle for being honored by the Freeholders for achieiving the highest Boy Scout rank of Eagle Scout.

Galen Wu is a home-schooled Parsippany resident. He is taking courses, as a high schooler, at County College of Morris as a “challenger student.’’  As a Scout, he has held virtually every leadership position. He ...

Woman’s Club of Parsippany-Troy Hills Fourth Annual Spelling Bee Winners

PARSIPPANY, NJ - There were over twenty-five (25) local 5th graders who participated in the Woman's Club of Parsippany's Fourth Annual Spelling Bee.  The winners and photos are included along with the full press release.



Woman’s Club of Parsippany-Troy Hills Fourth Annual Spelling Bee

On Friday January 11, the Woman’s Club of ...

Injured Mt. Arlington Cop Honored on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

MOUNT ARLINGTON, NJ - Students and staff of Mount Arlington schools were among many who paid tribute today to law enforcement - especially to the borough's injured officer, Mount Arlington Police Sgt. James Distasio.

To participate in National Law Enforcement Day, students designed and decorated a bulletin board and many classes also welcomed visiting officers with special ...

Beloved Custodian Worker's Fate and Lack of Teacher's Contract Draws Overflow Crowd at BOE Meeting

PARSIPPANY, NJ - The fate of a beloved custodial worker Ronald Cuppit was accused of harassing a student at Parsippany Hills High School back in October, drew an overflow crowd to Thursday's Board of Ed meeting. Because his future and tenure was at stake, about 500 teachers and students from Parsippany Hills attended the meeting to voice support.  There were also teachers there in mass ...

County College of Morris Expands Mandarin Language Program

There's never been a better time to learn Chinese in Morris County

Learning Chinese is not as hard as you might think. In fact, more people speak Mandarin, than any other language in the world. Speaking even a little Mandarin can expand your job opportunities in many industries. County College of Morris (CCM) now offers four levels of Mandarin Language courses, including:

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Popular Majors at CCM Lead to Successful Careers

Everything from Animation, to Radiography, to Virtual Reality

RANDOLPH, NJ – Deciding what you want to do with your life can feel overwhelming, but County College of Morris (CCM) makes it easy to discover your strengths by offering more than 45 degree programs focused on educational and career success.  

            The ...

Open House at CCM for New Career Programs

CCM Career Programs Open House

Obtain a Rewarding Job, Transition to a New Career, or Advance in Your Existing Field

RANDOLPH, NJ — Looking to fulfill your dreams for a rewarding career but need options that work
with your busy schedule and do not take a lot of time? Attend the Workforce Development Continuing
Professional Education Open House at County College of Morris (CCM) and ...

Parsippany Teachers Raise Over $1,400 for Food Pantry

Parsippany school teachers have once again combined forces to lend a hand to local residents in need this holiday season.   Educators in all 14 Parsippany-Troy Hills public schools have reached into their pockets to contribute to the annual food bank drive since late September, hoping to make this a plentiful and festive season for more Parsippany residents. 

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Parsippany Students Invited to Participate in Stigma Free Essay Contest

Two $250 Prizes Offered by Stigma-Free Initiative Member and Sponsor: Boonton United Methodist Church & Montville United Methodist Church

A countywide Stigma-Free essay contest is underway in Morris County, with separate categories for junior high school and high school students who are are encouraged to write about the stigma surrounding mental illness and addiction, and to offer ...

Parsippany Education Foundation Awards $13,057.64 in Grants to Parsippany Schools

Grants fund innovative programs in the Arts, Special Needs Education and Science

Parsippany, NJ November 30, 2018 - Supporting educational enrichment in the township, the Parsippany Education Foundation has awarded $13,057.64 to fund 10 innovative programs during the 18-19 school year.  Spanning robotics, life skills, storytelling, music and literature, proposals were developed by ...


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