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West Essex Graduates 259 at Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony

June 24, 2018

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ – Hundreds of family members and friends applauded the 259 West Essex Regional High School (WEHS) graduates as they marched into the school’s stadium on Friday night to receive their diplomas. Surrounded by their loved ones, the Class of 2018 graduates celebrated their last night together before moving onto the next phase of their lives.

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James Caldwell Italian Language Students Win Multi Media Contest

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — James Caldwell High School students Citlalli Guardiola and Dante Zazzera recently won the first prize of $100 for their entry in the Italian Teachers Association of New Jersey’s (ITANJ) Multi Media Contest, focused on this year’s theme of “The Role of Women in Society.”

Winning students were selected for demonstrating superior ...

West Essex Board of Education Recognizes District Retirees

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — With affection and appreciation, retiring West Essex Regional School District employees were honored and thanked by Superintendent of Schools Barbara Longo, members of the administration and board of education members during the final West Essex Board of Education meeting of the 2017-2018 school year on Monday.

Longo stated that she was truly honored to work ...

West Essex High School Holds 2018 Senior Ball

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — West Essex High School held its 2018 Senior Ball on Friday night. TAPinto West Essex is happy to join in the celebration and the styles of this special night for these young men and women.

We will be continue adding to this photo gallery as photos are received. Send your prom photos to dsantola@tapinto.net and we'll publish them here in this space.

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Churchill School Fifth Graders Enjoy 24 Challenge Math Competition

FAIRFIELD, NJ — Winston S. Churchill School fifth graders, Conor, Natalie, Alyza, Sophia and Erin, were the first through fifth place winners, respectively, in a tournament-style math competition called Challenge 24 earlier this week.

The objective of the mathematical card game is to find a way to manipulate four numbers so that the answer is 24. The uniqueness of the game is that ...

Wilson Elementary Parents Speak Out Against Proposed Staffing Cut

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — Approximately 20 Caldwell-West Caldwell parents attended Monday’s board of education meeting to address a proposal to reduce the work hours of full-time Wilson Elementary School guidance counselor Julie Yoskowitz.

Many of the parents questioned why the board is considering cutting five hours out of her schedule, what remedies were considered before the ...

Caldwell-West Caldwell District Recognizes Eagle Scouts and Scholarship Recipients

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — Two James Caldwell High School (JCHS) students were recognized during Monday’s Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education meeting for achieving the highly revered Eagle Scout designation, the highest achievement of the Boy Scouting program. Superintendent James Heinegg presented Perry Mescia and Marco Veltre with certificates on behalf of the ...

West Essex Recognizes ShopRite Stars and Students of the Month

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — As the school year winds down for West Essex students, the West Essex Board of Education (WEBOE) recognized the 20 seniors who were awarded by this year’s ShopRite Stars program as well as the seventh and eighth grade Students of the Month during Monday’s WEBOE meeting.

The ShopRite Stars program recognizes five students during each of the four ...

James Caldwell Announces Fourth Marking Period ShopRite Stars

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — ShopRite of West Caldwell announced that its fourth marking period ShopRite Stars for James Caldwell High School (JCHS), who were nominated in five categories, include Taylor Stafford (Athletics), Vincent Cheung (Leadership), Carla Ko (Academics) Alexander Rosa (Service) and Lauren Rickenbach (Arts).

The ShopRite Stars program recognizes accomplishments in ...

Stevenson School Third Graders Demonstrate Newly Acquired 3D Printer

FAIRFIELD, NJ — Thanks to a federal grant recently obtained by Stevenson School Principal Dr. Michael Trabucco, Fairfield third graders Rocco Pontrella, David Tricoche, Joey Bivona, Reid Clausi and Daniel Gorab, High Enrichment Program (HEP)/STEAM students, demonstrated the school’s new 3D printer to parents, friends and district officials at the May board of education ...

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