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Former Passaic Valley High School BOE Members Honored With Bench Outside School

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ - On June 26, four former Passaic Valley Regional High School Board of Education members were honored for their contributions to the school. 

Retired Board of Education members Rich Greco, Carlo Spinella, Laura Van Winkle and Anthony Sgobba, who currently serves as Little Falls Township Council President, were honored for their combined 57 years of service to the school with a bench and plaque which memorializing their service.

Members of the Little Falls Township Council and the Passaic Valley Board of Education gathered together outside the school with the honorees, along with their family members and friends, for the dedication. 

The bench is situated outside of the main entrance. 

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