In support of the Franklin School PTO, first grader Olivia Lasota “won” a walk to school with Mayor Andy Skibitsky. The mayor walked Olivia from her home to school and into the classroom where she introduced him to her teacher, Mrs. Shaughnessy, and all of her classmates.
Franklin Student Wins Walk to School with Mayor
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By GARY SCHWARTZMarch 17, 2018
All of our differences make us unique. That theme pervaded the third annual Fifth Grade Show at Franklin Elementary School in Westfield, “Shrek The Musical JR.,” performed on March 2 and 3.
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By CECILIA SAINT-DENISMarch 17, 2018
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By MATTHEW SKOLAR & COLIN SUMNER, UNION COUNTY’S MARCH FOR OUR LIVESMarch 16, 2018
March 24 at 10 a.m. Students of Union County will march to make sure that our schools are safe. The march will start at Burnet Middle School (1000 Caldwell Avenue, Union). It will end at the Union Township City Council Offices (1976 Morris Avenue, Union). All looking to protect American children by strengthening our laws and stand with the victims of all shootings inside places of education, are ...
By UNION COUNTY OFFICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATIONMarch 16, 2018
Student members of the Union County 4-H Variety Club reached across local and state borders to help displaced pets earlier this year. Through their “4-H for our 4 Pawed Friends” community service project, they collected donations to help St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison after the organization sheltered more than 700 pets in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
By JUSTINE BILLOTTOMarch 15, 2018
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By HPC COMMUNICATIONSMarch 15, 2018
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