Education

May 6, 2021

The early education and child care franchise gives back through its in-house non-profit organization. RANDOLPH, NJ- Since 1997, Lightbridge Academy has provided care and early-childhood educational services to parents and local communities. The brand has been innovators within its industry due ...

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Randolph, NJ: County College of Morris (CCM) will be honoring the Class of 2021 with a creative and engaging commencement ceremony. Students will be provided with a virtual ceremony filled with inspiring messages from CCM’s President Anthony J. Iacono, a special keynote speaker, and academic deans ...

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Students will still face a version of the mandatory exam in the fall. But questions on the details linger. Special to TAPinto.net. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage.

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RANDOLPH, NJ- When RMS 8th grade student Georgia Cullin was in the 7th grade, she came up with an idea while sitting with her friends in math class. Feeling overwhelmed, Georgia talked with her friends about the benefits of having a dedicated space where students could go if they felt stressed. For ...

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RANDOLPH—The Tomorrow’s Teachers program at RHS began integrating its high school students into elementary and middle school classrooms in the district as student teachers on February 11. Since then, whether they be virtual or in-person, the RHS students have been getting hands-on teaching ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Schools have announced a big change for the end of April. All schools will remain in Hybrid (or Virtual by choice) instruction, but will soon allow hybrid students to attend 5 days a week, eliminating the need for cohorts. This change has come about due to the vaccine ...

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RANDOLPH TWP–The Randolph Township Board of Education held a regular meeting on March 16 during which time a health update was presented, the establishment of mental health facilities was announced and the Tentative 2021-2022 Budget was approved. Director of Special Services, Walter Curioni ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ– The Randolph Board of Education held an FFT Committee meeting on March 9,  during which time the 2021-2022 School District Budget was discussed and plans for the following school year were outlined. To commence the meeting, Board members along with Superintendent Jennifer Fano ...

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NEW JERSEY -- In its new rankings of public schools nationwide, U.S. News & World Report said New Jersey is the state with the country’s top education system and is number one in pre-school enrollment.        “Investments in our students are investments in the future of our state, and I am ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- RHS welcomed mass media teacher Tara Sterling to the high school in December of 2020. While Sterling currently teaches various classes in TV and film, on topics ranging from production to screenwriting to Photoshop, she noted that plans were in the works for a major retooling of the ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ — New Jersey will expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility later this month to millions more people including teachers, the homeless and clergy, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday. Educators have been among the groups lobbying for higher prioritization. As of March 15, K-12 educators and ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Lightbridge Academy of Randolph, opening Spring of 2021, will provide educational child care for children as early as six weeks through kindergarten and special programing to school aged children for Summer Camp.  Known as The Solution for Working Parents®, Lightbridge Academy ...

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RANDOLPH– The Randolph Board of Education met on February 16 to discuss its Resolution for Bond Refunding, recent updates from the CDC on school procedures and inappropriate public discussion regarding recent actions carried out by the board. Business Administrator and Board Secretary Gerald ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Township Health Department recommended that Randolph High School should transition to fully virtual instruction for 14 days starting on Wed. Feb. 10.  This marks the third time in three months that the high school has closed its doors and switched to virtual learning for ...

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Denville, NJ  – Morris County School of Technology’s Academy for Computer & Information Sciences will be hosting their Annual Hackathon on Saturday, January 30th from 9:00am to 9:00pm. The hackathon will be a virtual event hosted via Zoom. This will be a 12-hour virtual Hackathon and will be ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Yong Wang was sworn in as a new member of the Board of Education on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Mr. Wang received his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from East China University of Chemical Technology and his Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of ...

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TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey school districts are invited to apply for one of 16 grants that will be made available to accelerate students’ academic progress and reduce learning loss among students that has resulted from fewer in-person instructions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The New Jersey ...

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DENVILLE, NJ – Eighth-grade students eligible to attend a Morris County high school may consider applying to an Academy. The Morris County Vocational School District offers a unique high school experience combining comprehensive academics with career and technical education (academy) ...

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A new statewide poll found that New Jersey families want a better remote education experience for their children who have been forced to forego in-person learning as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The poll, conducted by Global Strategy Group on behalf of JerseyCAN and the New Jersey ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- At tonight’s Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the appointment of Jessica Caruso Baxter as Randolph High School’s next Principal. The district conducted an extensive search for the position, including soliciting input from high school staff, district administrators, ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ– Despite the challenges inherent to a hybrid environment, Randolph High School seniors shared some positive feelings about starting the 2020-2021 school year in a learning community that mixes both virtual and in-person classes.  “We have been in quarantine for so long, it just ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Superintendent Jennifer Fano highlighted special weeks being celebrated in October across the district: October 5-9  ​ Week of Respect ​ October 19-23  ​ School Violence Awareness Week ​ October 24-30 ​ Red Ribbon Week Ms. Fano provided a health update. She ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Vernetha Hope Powell was sworn in virtually on October 2 and will begin her service on the Board of Education this evening. Mrs. Powell and her husband, Corey, have lived in Randolph since 2015 and have four children. Yasmine, is a graduate of Pepperdine University; Mason, is a ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Schools continued to hold virtual classes today due to two "probable" COVID-19 Randolph High School student cases and one confirmed Center Grove teacher case. In consultation with the health department, Randolph chose to remain fully virtual district wide (PreK-12) on ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- The Board of Education interviewed four candidates, Andrew George, Peggy Kurtz, Vernetha Powell, and Nicholas Caruso to fill the unexpired term of a board member who recently resigned, Robert Soni. The Board of Education voted to appoint Vernetha Powell. After undergoing a state ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ – There is still time to enroll for the Fall Semester at County College of Morris (CCM). The college also has a number of programs to help fund a higher education so students can keep moving forward during these challenging times. The Fall Semester begins on September 9. In addition ...

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TRENTON, NJ – More than half the public school districts and private schools that are working with the state on drafting their reopening plans will start the school year with a hybrid model of in-person and remote learning, officials said Wednesday. Gov. Phil Murphy said 434 school districts ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- The following is an Aug. 18 BOE meeting summary provided by Randolph Township Schools, not the official minutes:  "This executive summary is not the official board meeting minutes. The official minutes are typically approved by the board and posted within thirty days of the meeting ...

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Special to TAPintoSPF. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. New Jersey lacks adequate guidance for reopening schools in the fall, ...

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Schools must certify to the DOE that they are able to meet health and safety standards "We know the first day of school is not going to be like any other." -- Gov. Phil Murphy TRENTON -- At his COVID press briefing today, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that he would sign an Executive Order ...

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