Roxbury Summer Students Enjoy Family Picnic

September 18, 2017

ROXBURY, NJ - This summer students who attend the Extended School Year 9ESY0 program shared family time at our annual preschool picnic.

The ESY program provides an opportunity for students to attend their program over the summer. Patricia Klein, the teacher of one of the preschool programs, sees ESY, “as an important time to be sure that the window of opportunity remains open for ...

Fourteen Roxbury Students Accepted into Eastern Division Honors Choir

ROXBURY, NJ - Fourteen Roxbury High School students successfully auditioned recently for the American Choral Directors Association Eastern Division High School Honors Choir. This prestigious ensemble is comprised of the top singers in the northeastern part of the United States. 

Congratulations to Taylor Bailey, Cassidy Gilroy, Bryan Gonzalez, Ian Hachey, Hannah Kennedy, Austin ...

Roxbury Grad Becomes Newest Mount Olive Police Officer

MOUNT OLIVE, NJ – Roxbury High School graduate Gregory Slinger became Mount Olive’s newest police officer this week, according to the Mount Olive Police Department.

Slinger was released from field training and assumed full patrol duties, said the department. Mount Olive Police Chief Stephen Beecher noted that all police academy graduates must complete the field training ...

Roxbury Schools First Day Photo Celebration

ROXBURY, NJ - Roxbury students headed back to school last Thursday for the 2017/2018 school year and for the third year, the district asked families to participate in the annual #Roxbury1stDay2017 photo celebration by sharing their children’s first day school photos with us!

Families shared photos with the district via email and social media. All submitted photos can be found at ...

CCM Open House Might Be an Eye-Opener says Admissions Director

RANDOLPH, NJ -- County College of Morris (CCM) is conducting its Fall Open House on Oct 14, an event that will show prospective students that the 2-year college should not be seen as a "second choice," said the college’s admissions director.

The open house is for high school students and their parents, for college students thinking about transferring and for adults ...

North Jersey Marchers To Take The Field in Roxbury at Band Classic

ROXBURY, NJ - Enjoy an evening of musical entertainment great for the whole family. The festive, upbeat and supportive atmosphere of the 9th Annual Roxbury Marching Band Classic (Roxbury Classic) will offer spectators an opportunity to experience a diverse range of performances resplendent with lively color guard routines, dynamic marching formations and compelling musical ...

Roxbury-Mt. Arlington Consolidation Study Group Hires Analysts

ROXBURY, NJ – Using a grant from an organization led by a New Jersey gubernatorial candidate, the panel studying the pros and cons of consolidating Roxbury and Mount Arlington services has hired a consultant to “help determine the extent of property tax savings if the two towns unify."

The $7,500 grant from Courage to Connect NJ will be presented to the Roxbury- Mount ...

CCM Exhibition Recognizes National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Honors the Life of the Late CCM Student Marisa Rincón

RANDOLPH, NJ - In conjunction with the Counseling and Student Success department at County College of Morris, the college’s Art and Design Gallery will host an exhibition to recognize National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in September.

The exhibition, titled “Marisa Rincón: An Impression of Life,” will feature the artwork of Marisa Rincón, a 2007 CCM Fine ...

Roxbury Public Schools Welcome New Staff

ROXBURY, NJ - During the week of Aug. 28, more than 30 new eager educators attended Roxbury’s New Teacher Orientation (NTO) at Roxbury High School.

The mix of new hires included general and special education teachers, guidance counselors and leave replacements. Organized by Maryann Gibbs, Roxbury’s human resources director and the district administrative team, NTO is an event ...

County College of Morris Hires 18 New Faculty Members

RANDOLPH, NJ – To replace recently retired faculty and to better accommodate the needs of students, County College of Morris (CCM) has hired 18 new full-time faculty members in the School of Professional Studies and Applied Science, School of Health Professions and Natural Sciences and School of Liberal Arts.

“We’re pleased to be adding additional high-caliber ...

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Cyberbullying – Often a Devastating Form of Child Abuse

September 12, 2017

Cyberbullying – Often a Devastating Form of Child Abuse

Deirdre’s House Urges Parents to Have Important Discussions With Their Children to Prevent Cyberbullying

With the new school year now in session, Deirdre’s House (, which is The Center for Morris County’s child victims, urges parents to talk to their children about the damaging effects of ...