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New Jersey Monthly Magazine's bi-annual rankings put Cougar nation at top of list of more than 300 public schools.
85 New Jersey students participated in the three-week Governor's School in the Sciences program.
Students participate in college's Summer Arts Power program.
25 Chatham teachers attend program to find new ways to integrate STEM concepts into the classroom.
School community honors Ralph Pesapane's last day after 40 years with the district.
Ralph Pesapane recognized for his four decades with the School District of the Chathams.
Select Voices Choir recently gave feature concert performances at Saint Patrick's Cathedral and Trinity Church.
Patrick Ryan and his son, a 2013 CHS grad, contributed to help the school district become the No. 1 STEM program in the state.
John Swift scored a perfect 50 to help the team amass 485 points out of 500 in the competition.
Team scored 485 out of 500 points in the Physical Science Contest.
A total of 2,142 people—about 15 percent of eligible voters—cast ballots Wednesday in the borough and township.
Patch has listed the top 20 on U.S. News and World Report's rankings of the top high schools in the nation.
Polls will be open from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Simone Marean, executive director and co-founder of Girls Leadership Institute, will lead discussion.
District budget, special question on technology spending and uncontested BOE races will go to voters on April 23.
District receives 4.3 percent increase for 2014-15 school year.
Winter weather cancels classes for the second time this week.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for the area with 3 to 5 inches of snow possible.
Daniel Anderson's work on display starting next Wednesday.
Michelle Clark is a teacher in Millburn and chaired Education Counts for eight years.