First of Oak Knoll's K-12 Open House Events Set for Sept. 30

September 18, 2017

SUMMIT, NJ - Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child will host two Open House events for prospective students and their parents of young women interested in learning more about the Upper School / grades 7-12. The Open Houses, which take place on Saturday, September 30, and Saturday, November 4, both at 9:30 a.m., will take place on the 11-acre Oak ...

In Addressing Summit Football Helmet Issue, School Board President Hanley Indicates He is 'Starting to Struggle with Public Funding of Athletics'

SUMMIT, NJ—The first Summit Board of Education meeting after the summer break saw school board president Richard Hanley address issues recently raised about the process which resulted in the privately-financed acquisition of new helmets for the Summit High School Football program, and also saw the Board authorize the acceptance of a $34,407 quote from All American Sports ...

Summit Library Awarded $7,500 Through Union County Children’s Programming Grant Initiative

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Free Public Library has received $7,500, a part of the $146,000-plus the 2017 Union County Library Grant program awarded to 20 County libraries designed to further improve children’s programming local libraries.

Libraries can use their Union County grant award to upgrade facilities, programming, materials and equipment that directly benefit children’s ...

The Connection's ESL Program Yields Life-Changing Welcomes, Learnings

SUMMIT, NJ - If you could change a life in just a couple hours a week, would you?

Kim and his family relocated from South Korea to New Jersey when he accepted a spot in Rutgers' School of Public Affairs and Administration degree program. They chose Summit, as many do, for its strong sense of community, proximity to New York City, and the opportunities for their children.

Ready, S.E.T., Go: Summit Schools Host Three-Day Program for New Teachers, Staff

SUMMIT, NJ - More than 30 new certified Summit Public Schools staff, including teachers, child study team members and guidance counselors staff members attended Summit Educator Training (S.E.T.)  at the Summit Public Schools. Organized by the Districts' head of human resources, Dr. Matt Block, along with Karen Cotter and Michelle Hawley, S.E.T. is ...

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Berkeley Heights

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Free Area Cultural Advocacy Workshop Held Sept. 25

September 21, 2017

ELIZABETH, NJ - A  free workshop on cultural advocacy will take place September 25, from 7 -  8:30 p.m.,  at the Liberty Hall Wagon Shed Building. Designed for arts, cultural and history organizations, the workshop will impart how advocacy can support an organization, the community and cultural life in general.

Adam Perle, the President and CEO of ArtPride ...