Thursday, October 29, 2020

Nottingham High’s Girman sisters make each other better

If ever there were perfect built-in practice partners, it’s the Girman senior twin sisters of Nottingham High School.

Hamilton West’s Cronce brothers turn mom’s nightmare into football coach’s dream

The Cronce twins form one of the top linebacking units in the West Jersey Football Conference along with junior Joey Laezza.

Hamilton school board extends superintendent Scott Rocco’s contract

The Hamilton Township Board of Education unanimously voted at its Sept. 23 meeting to extend Scott Rocco's contract by five years.

Confirmed Covid-19 case at Toll Gate Grammar School

District says situation is confined to just the one school

Ewing’s Joshua Hughes signs with Kansas-based indoor football team

Hughes, a 2020 graduate of Wesley College, has signed a deal with the Salina Liberty of the Champions Indoor Football league

LALDEF and LAZOS partner to empower children going back to school

On Saturday, Sept. 13, the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund, in partnership with Lazos America Unida, and supported by a grant from the Princeton Area Community Foundation, hosted a giveaway event

Hopewell Valley assistant superintendent Robert Colavita serving as NJASBO president-elect

Robert Colavita Jr. is serving as president-elect of the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials for the year.

The Pennington School welcomes new staff for new school year

The Pennington School has welcomed six new teachers to the faculty this year: Julia Barrett, Tiernan Close, Delonte Egwuatu, Anna Leader, Dawn Nelson, and Shawn Nicosia

Robbinsville cheerleader fulfills lifelong dream at University of Kentucky

When Carly Landow had to write about where she saw herself after four years, she said that she wanted to be a University of Kentucky cheerleader.

Joelle DeAngelo: Amid pandemic, athletes focus on what we can control

There’s still so much uncertainty but there are just as many solutions we haven’t figured out yet.

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UPDATED: McGalliard Elementary closed as 7 Hamilton schools see COVID-19 cases

At Hamilton High West and McGalliard Elementary School, there were two unrelated COVID-19 cases, leading to the shutdown of the buildings.