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Stakeholders invited to series of forums to give their input.
School for children and young adults on the autism spectrum expands with new program.
School will host the New Jersey ReelAbilities Film Festival on Nov. 20.
School becomes the first public university in the state to not require SAT/ACT scores.
Elissa Malespina, a 19-year South Orange resident, says the district is at a 'crossroads.'
Parents and guardians of special needs children are invited to a focus group Thursday night at the district meeting room.
Longtime South Orange resident has held numerous volunteer positions in the district.
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Search firm expected to hold community forums over the next few weeks.
More than 100 students honored during the 2014 Senior Recognition Night.
Bill Gaudelli says he expects increased demands in his new role as chairman at Teachers College at Columbia University.
District expects to have a new permanent superintendent in place by Jan. 1, 2015.
Brian Osborne has accepted a position in New Rochelle, one year after rejecting an offer to head a Michigan school system.
North Jersey Pride and Jefferson Elementary School are conducting a series of three age-appropriate anti-bullying seminars.
This will be Columbia High School's first time competing in the outstanding overall production of a musical category.
'The North Star' will run at Seth Boyden Elementary School next Friday, May 30 until Sunday, June 1.
The performance over the weekend featured student-choreographed routines.
Cha’Nel Tyler Ellis was recognized by the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders for her contributions to the community at its annual youth event.
Patch has listed the top 20 schools listed on U.S. News and World Report's rankings of the top high schools in the nation.
Record number of students participated in the 12th annual event last Friday.