The Robbinsville High Class of 2018 graduated June 20, 2018 during a ceremony at the school’s athletic field.
It’s been 10 years since Robbinsville High School’s 2008 valedictorian, Brian Flynn, made his speech to the school’s first-ever graduating class.
Ewing Township and school district officials on June 14 celebrated the ground breaking for a new playground for the O’Brien Academy on the Fisher Middle School campus.
Only 63 percent of Greenwood Elementary School students speak English as a first language. Teachers are hoping a new library will promote literacy and strengthen the community.
During the Bordentown Regional School District Board of Education meeting on June 13, the 2017-2018 governor’s teachers and educational specialists of the year were recognized by the board and the district.
Eleven students were recognized by the Mercer County Professional Counselors Association as Caring Award winners on June 5, 2018 at The College of New Jersey.
Seven students representing Lawrence Middle School and Lawrence High School competed in the annual National History Day competition.
Legislation to place a “U Text, U-Drive, U-Pay” reminder a vehicle’s inspection sticker was approved by the state Assembly June 21.
A record-setting performance by a quartet of Hopewell Valley boys’ track stars turned heads at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia in April.
In lieu of superintendent Kathie Foster’s monthly article, the following is an excerpt from RHS Teacher of the Year Tom Brettell’s graduation remarks June 20.