Passaic Valley Top Stories

October 10, 2018

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Jayden Perez, 9, who last year organized a toy drive that garnered over 1,100 toys and $10,000 for those affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, has been working on several charitable efforts in the last few months. Jayden and his parents returned home earlier this week ...

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Tracey Marinelli, Superintendent of Schools in Little Falls, hosted a ribbon cutting on Monday, Oct. 8 for the grand opening of School #1's highly-anticipated Susan St. Ledger STEAM Lab alongside Mayor James Damiano; Councilwoman Maria Cordonnier; Susan St. Ledger, major ...

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Knot Just Knitting Club at Four Seasons at Great Notch recently donated nearly three dozen hand knitted hats, in various shades and patterns of blue, to the Woodland Park School District in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month. Four Seasons resident and club member ...

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ -  Week of Respect is a week to educate the students about the importance of showing respect to themselves and others. To help teach the values of this very important week, students in all three Woodland Park schools worked on activities and lessons regarding the value of respect ...

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - At the Sept. 19 meeting, Mayor Keith Kazmark and the Borough Council issued two proclamations relating to addiction/suicide prevention and mental illness awareness. Following two suicides in 2016 in town, the Woodland Park Stigma Free Task Force was formed and since, its ...

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - After receiving an unexpected increase in state aid last spring, one of the items the Board of Education decided to utilize funds on was to add an additional full-time guidance counselor to the district. Previously, guidance counselor Danielle Indri split her time between ...

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Students at Charles Olbon (CO) and Memorial School have seen some changes in their buildings that occurred over the summer. CO had a complete renovation to its media center and Memorial School’s cafeteria received air conditioning and a movable partition to create a new class ...

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