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NJ Monthly releases its list of the Best Public High Schools in New Jersey, with Millburn coming in at number 5.
Who to contact to sign petitions requesting school days off.
85 New Jersey students participated in the three-week Governor's School in the Sciences program.
School for children and young adults on the autism spectrum expands with new program.
District implements process to requests days off to be considered for the 2015-16 school year.
Dana Longo leaves Millburn High for regional school district in North Caldwell.
Area high school students participate in program through TCI Film School Productions at The Children’s Institute in Livingston.
School becomes the first public university in the state to not require SAT/ACT scores.
Dr. Daniele Kass arrives at the school after spending 15 years teaching elementary special education in New Milford.
LaDawna Harrington elected as a delegate for the state Association of Librarians.
The school's Structured Learning Experience Program partners with a number of area companies to teach students life skills.
The new contract runs through June 2017.
Glenwood Elementary School Chess Team takes home trophies.
Kay Winters newest release is 'Voice From the Oregon Trail.'
Share photos of your student's graduation with Patch.
Singer and songwriter Joe Jencks helps students write and sing about character traits they have been focusing on this year.
Board of Education tables motion to vote on adding Lunar New Year and Diwali holidays to school calendar.
Longtime Spanish and French teacher Kenneth Rizzuti and guidance secretary Roberta Halpern among those retiring.
Duke-bound Ryan Siegel presented Nancy and Robert Eskow NCJW/Essex Volunteer Award.