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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.
Longtime South Orange resident has held numerous volunteer positions in the district.
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Lydia Furnari is taking a superintendent job in Franklin Lakes.
Tracy Gottlieb, vice president for student services at Seton Hall, earned the 2014 Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Award.
Seton Hall University will be conducting a test of its emergency systems on Jan. 29. Residents should not be alarmed by the emergency siren.
Schools and district offices are closed for a snow day Wednesday.
Mauri Myers-Solages pens Patch Letter to the Editor recounting the SOMA PTA's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.
All South Orange and Maplewood schools will have early dismissal, Tuesday, due to the snow storm.
The celebration will be held Monday from 10 a.m. to noon.
South Orange and Maplewood Superintendent Dr. Brian Osborne gave the annual State of the District address on Wednesday.
Registration is open for kindergarten in February, March for Columbia High School and May for all other grades.
Dr. Brian Osborne, Superintendent of the South Orange and Maplewood School District, will highlight accomplishments and future school projects.
Tuscan principal revises security protocol after NBC report.
The New Careers in Nursing Scholarship Program received a grant of $50,000 from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).
November election winners Beth Daugherty, Stephanie Lawson-Muhammad and Johanna Wright are sworn into their roles.
The SOMA Board of Education will hold a reorganization meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at 525 Academy St. in Maplewood.