- Summit's Ethan Zucker Among 39 Reporters Chosen Worldwide for Scholastic Publications 'News Kids Press Corps'
- Taking Shape: Summit's Volunteers Work Together to Help Others; Annual MLK Day of Service Scheduled for Jan. 16
- Summit Eighth Grade Team Continues Youth Football Program's Tradition of 'Super Bowl' Success with 30-27 Conquest of Kenilworth
- Triple-Play: Summit H.S. Speech and Debate Team Sees Big Success in Three Tournaments Including Randolph Sweepstakes Victory
- Thanks For Giving: Weather Can't Dampen the Generosity of Summit's Residents as Frozen Turkey Drive Sees Increase in Donations
- Summit H.S. Football's Season Comes to a Close in State Semifinal Shutout Defeat at Middletown North, 20-0
When we drop off our five-year old daughter at the public school where she currently attends kindergarten in Summit, New Jersey, she and her friends all appear quite similar. I see the same smiles, the same backpacks and the same level of excitement about learning. However, there is one difference among the students. Some of the children attend a full-day kindergarten program, while others, a ...