The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Board of Education invites the public to any one of three upcoming Strategic Planning meetings to express and hear opinions on the future of our school district. The BOE invites citizens, students, parents, teachers and community leaders to contribute thoughts and ideas to be incorporated into future planning. The meetings will be held at Evergree School's new multi-purpose room at 7:30 p.m. on April 2, April 29 and May 15. RSVP is requested, 908-232-6161, ext. 4001, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three Board of Ed Public Meetings Upcoming
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By MATT KIPPJuly 16, 2018
SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD — Morning showers wiped out many baseball games throughout the state of New Jersey Sunday afternoon. Scotch Plains’ Booth Field, however, withstood the rain and was able to hold day four of the Cal Ripken 8u District State Championship.
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By JOHN MOONEYJuly 16, 2018
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Six local Girl Scouts this year earned their Gold Award, the highest and most prestigious award that they can achieve.
The Fanwood-Scotch Plains Girl Scouts held their 33rd annual Gold and Silver Awards Ceremony at Immaculate Heart of Mary's Nazareth Center before the conclusion of the school year. The Gold Award winners from Troop 40205, 40352, and ...
By UNION COUNTY OFFICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATIONJuly 15, 2018
A group of student volunteers from the Mitzvah Mania youth community service program visited the Deserted Village of Feltville last month, but not to search for ghosts. They were there to plant spruce trees and pine trees as part of a Union County Adopt-a-Park project.
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By TOM HAYDONJuly 15, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - For all the critics of the athletics program at New Jersey’s largest public university, there are more than a dozen reasons to cheer for successes of the sports programs and teams on the playing fields, in classrooms and beyond.
Here are 17 on the field and off the field things this took place this past academic year at Rutgers University:
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By SUSAN CARUSO GREENJuly 15, 2018
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Downtown Scotch Plains May Eventually Look Like Princeton, According to Redevelopment Committee Feedback
By JOHN MOONEYJuly 15, 2018
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – Residents who attended the Scotch Plains Downtown Redevelopment Committee (SPDRC) meeting on Wednesday night got a peak into what the future of the township will look like… and it looks a lot like Princeton.
Tom Strowe, the Township’s Project Coordinator for Redevelopment, presented findings of the recent survey on architectural styles. More than 2,100 ...