Friday, May 25, 2018

Hopewell Valley Central High School drama club to present ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’

Closing out the 2017-2018 Performing Arts Season, the students at Hopewell Valley Central High School will perform "The Drowsy Chaperone."

Grice Middle School’s Renaissance Program is changing school culture

The day after the Super Bowl, students at Grice Middle School were still cheering and screaming. But while the rest of the town was abuzz about the game, children at Grice were cheering for their classmates during a Renaissance Program rally.

Mercer County students compete in NJ High School Consumer Bowl

Students from seven Mercer County high schools will compete in the 22nd annual NJ High School Consumer Bowl on Thursday, Feb. 15.

Alumna brings Robbinsville High’s Nemesis Robotics Team to Haiti

Sponsoring a fun and exciting engineering experience in Haiti over the holidays, Nemesis shared it love of STEM with the House of Hope Orphanage, thanks to one of its own.

Lawrence superintendent Edwards set to retire at end of school year

After over a decade in the district, Lawrence Township Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Crystal Edwards is set to retire at the end of the school year.

Bordentown Regional School Board approves campus plan to redistrict

The Bordentown Regional School Board unanimously voted in favor of the campus plan proposal starting in the 2018-19 school year during a Dec. 13, 2017 meeting.

HoVal school board: reasons for revising district’s equity in education policy

The Hopewell Valley Regional School District Board of Education passed the first reading of a significant revision to the Equity in Educational Programs and Services.

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.

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