Tuesday, February 20, 2018

WWP High School South Mock Trial team competes for first time in a decade

Tommy Colitsas isn’t the type of young man to let go of what he wants. If you need proof, you can look at the Mock Trial program he helped see off the ground at High School South.

Ramos resigns from Lawrence school board, citing personal reasons

Lawrence Township Board of Education member Max Ramos has resigned his position on the board, citing personal reasons, according to a statement from the school district.

Lawrence Township voters approve $25 million school district referendum

Lawrence Township voters approved a $25.1 million referendum to improve facilities at all seven township schools. However, just 7 percent of eligible voters cast their ballot in yesterday's election.

West Windsor-Plainsboro high school football teams to merge

Two high schools, one football team. North and South high schools will be allowed to play on a unified team.

Lawrence High School chemistry club rocks competition

Students in the Lawrence High School chemistry club recently made it their mission to teach planetary science to students in a unique and engaging way.

Bordentown Technology Student Association takes second in first competition

The Bordentown Technology Student Association participated in the State Leadership Conference for the first time and received second place in the design competition.

Bordentown Regional High School feeds 50 on Thanksgiving

The Community District Alliance and the entire Bordentown Regional School District provided over 50 baskets of Thanksgiving supplies to families in need this holiday season.

Ewing High program integrates special needs students in phys-ed classes

The Unified Physical Education program enables special needs students to take part in games and activities just like anyone else at Ewing High School.

Language arts PARCC scores continue to rise in Lawrence schools

For the school year 2016-17, Lawrence Township School District PARCC scores for grades 3 to 11 are, on average, 7 percent higher than the mean scores across the state of New Jersey.

Lawrence schools referendum vote: $25.1M for facilities improvements

On Jan. 23, Lawrence voters will have an opportunity to voice their opinion on a $25.1M referendum school district officials say would allow them to address pressing facilities issues at all seven township schools.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.