GIRLS is a leadership organization that hosts workshops every month and is the first girls-only club of its kind at Bordentown Regional Middle School.
The Robbinsville school district and Robbinsville Township had been working on enhancing school safety even before the shooting in Parkland elevated the subject into the national consciousness.
A month after the tragedy at Stoneman Douglas High School, an estimated 500 students walked out of Robbinsville High School on a cold, windy day to stand together and demand political change.
It is hard to believe, but every student in our K-12 schools now, was born post-Columbine. There is not a student in school today that knew a time and a life before such events.
E-learning days feature blended, self-paced learning that may be completed before, during or after spring break.
When Ethan Block and his Hopewell Valley Central High School classmates heard about peaceful protests being planned around the nation — the National School Walkout and March For Our Lives — they wanted to get involved.
Students at Lawrence High School organized a walkout on March 14 in solidarity with the National School Walkout, held exactly one month after a 19-year-old gunman killed 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
The Greater Eldridge Park Neighborhood Association is set to present its fourth annual Woman Award, and this year’s honoree is outgoing Superintendent of Lawrence Township Public Schools Crystal Edwards.
Students from the Peer-to-Peer program at Bordentown Regional High School, facilitated by student assistance counselor Nell Geiger, have done their part to help fight the opioid crisis.
When students at Clara Barton Elementary School entered the gym Jan. 26, they were greeted by six huskies barking and happily wagging their tails on the stage.