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Members of the Class of 2018 visited five eateries in Caldwell.
Denise D’Meo selected to evaluate and score free-response sections of AP exams.
Morris Township resident began last week in the newly created position.
Students who participated in the Book Bingo Reading Contest invited to luncheon last month.
'Defining moment' marks school's 75th anniversary.
Boys 5/6 baseball team defeats Roseland in WEYSA league playoffs.
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16 children received their diplomas on Saturday.
Alison Hale was diagnosed earlier this year with Stage 2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Michael Wasik was recently recognized for his achievements in the classroom and on the field.
Sixth-grader Emma Krupp, seventh-grader Nicholas Pyontek and eighth-grader Spencer Travers recognized for May.
Science teacher Marcia Renzetti’s AP Chemistry class won a pizza party for raising the most funds.
Citizenship house wins third annual competition.
Latin student scores high on National Latin IV Prose Exam
Seventh and eighth graders travel to Washington, D.C. to meet Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito
Students in grades three through five participate in jump rope activities to raise awareness for heart health.
Principal Scott Keena: 'It was great to see so many students remembering facts, places, and statistics about our state, our country and beyond.'
Dr. Phil Linfante is a social sciences professor at the West Essex campus.
Mayara Chagas presented her poster at the Essex County Cherry Blossom Bloomfest Sunday.
'The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao' won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 2008.