'All-Star'-Studded Franklin Fair Set for Apr. 28

April 23, 2018

"Hey now you're an All Star, get your game on, go play"

All Star - Smash Mouth, 1999

SUMMIT, NJ - Featuring the theme of 'All-Stars', the 2018 edition of the Franklin Elementary School Fair will take place Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. All proceeds from the event benefit the Franklin Elementary School PTO.

The Fair will feature raffle ...

For Fourth Consecutive Year, Oak Knoll Students Let Off Some S.T.E.A.M. at K-6 Expo

SUMMIT, NJ - Encouraging learning and experimentation for students in grades K-6, Oak Knoll School hosted its fourth annual Super Science Saturday S.T.E.A.M. Expos, where inquisitive minds learned about weights and measures, buoyancy, propulsion and other subjects on the S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art and math) spectrum.

Facilitated by Oak Knoll’s Lower ...

KPS 'Tag Sale' Benefits Summit's Family Promise, March of Dimes Apr. 28

SUMMIT, NJ - A multi-family 'tag sale' fundraiser, featuring clothing, books and many other household items, will be hosted by the Kent Place Middle School on Saturday, April 28, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the school’s Dining Hall.


This year the sale will benefit Summit-based national nonprofit Family Promise and the March of ...

Summit H.S. Earns Ten 'Monty' Nominations For 'Love's Labour Lost'

MONTCLAIR, NJ- The Summit High School Performing Arts Department's fall play, "Love's Labour Lost," has received 10 final nominations from the Montclair Theatre Night Awards. The Hilltopper production was one of five to be nominated for 'Best Overall Play', placing it already in elite company given that more than 80 school plays were submitted for ...

Staging of Play Benefits Summit High School's Unión Hispana Scholarship Fund Apr. 28

SUMMIT, NJ - The Unión Hispana Club of Summit High School and Montclair State University Department of Spanish and Latino Studies are partnering to present Linda Gould Levine's production of "La casa de Bernarda Alba" April 28, beginning at 7 p.m., at Summit High School.

Proceeds from the play, which will be preformed in Spanish, benefit the Union ...

Seven Hilltoppers Sunshine State-Bound After Qualifying for 'Nationals at NJ District Speech and Debate Tourney

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Summit High School Speech and Debate team will be sending seven Hilltoppers in six events to 'Nationals after the a series of stellar performances at the New Jersey District Tournament at the Delbarton School.

The National Speech & Debate Association Tournament -- the largest academic competition in the world -- will be held in Fort Lauderdale ...

Summit Schools Eligible for Free Trees Through Union County Arbor Day Program

ELIZABETH, NJ - Honoring Arbor Day, the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders has partnered with the Union County Shade Tree Advisory Board to offer the 'Arbor Day Tree Planting Program', which provides free trees for participating schools.

This year’s free tree is the American Flowering Dogwood, a tree native to the northeast. Dogwoods are about five feet tall ...

UCTECH Students Stage Carnival for Special Needs Learners

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- A group of 51 students in grades 9 to 11 from the Teacher Education Academy at UCTECH, part of the Union County Vocational-Technical School District. recently put on an indoor carnival for more than 140 special needs learners.

The 'guests of honor' from the community enjoyed 'plinko', 'corn hole', dance revolution, hula hoop ...

Three Hilltoppers Earn Governors' Awards as Summit H.S. Speech and Debate Team Nabs Runner-Up Spot at 'States

FLEMINGTON, NJ - The Summit High School Speech and Debate team finished in second place in the Speech Sweepstakes and fifth overall in the Debate Sweepstakes, as myriad team members delivered strong performances at the New Jersey Speech and Debate League State Championships.

Summit's Harry Saroff, Iain Alvidrez and Tim Erday all took home first place wins and, in the process, each ...

Hot Off The Griddle: Pancakes and Performances Highlight SPARC Fundraising Breakfast May 5

SUMMIT, NJ - Featuring spectacular student performances from all seven Summit Public Schools, the Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee's (SPARC)'s annual Pancake Breakfast is set for May 5, from 8 - 11:30 a.m., at the Summit High School cafeteria.

Fluffy flapjacks and showstopping sensations -- including singing, dancing, monologues, and STEP performances -- will be served ...

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