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It's a great day in Park Slope. Visit the Camp Fair so your kids can enjoy after-school and/or summer or spring break camps right in town. My favorite Park Slope Conservatory, new to Park Slope … more
James Caldwell HS is proud to announce that Maria Pepper, senior at James Caldwell High School, has committed to NJIT for the fall of 2019 to participate in their Track program. … more
A young student attending Buzz Aldrin school was reportedly "lured" by someone in a vehicle on January 2nd. According to a timely letter sent to all Montclair district families this morning, "For … more
With the aging infrastructure of schools a plague across the U.S., the district Montclair is handling their numerous structure issues with new plans. Since asbestos, a dangerous substance linked … more
Cheryl Hopper, the interim Principal at Glenfield in Montclair, sent info to families yesterday about a recurring issue in the school district: structural problems. Our schools across the state - and … more
In 2017, Mussab Ali became the youngest person ever elected to the Jersey City school board. Today, he is one of the first three Rutgers University students to be named Schwarzman Scholars. The … more
Local NJ schools have announced closings: Nutley Caldwell and West Caldwell Delayed opening in Jersey City Delayed opening in Montclair (though rumors persist it will be closed … more
Miss your school days? Let us take you back with “Late Nite Catechism.” The one-woman, interactive, off-Broadway production performed to uproarious audiences since its debut in 1993, will be … more
A message from the superintendent of schools in Montclair reports: I am emailing to share a facilities update. Today, we noticed a compromised area on the landing of stair tower 14 and exit 19. … more
Ghouls and Goblins – Fairies and Princesses together start from 14th Street and 7th Avenue at 6:30 pm. The parade will head north on 7th Avenue, turns left on 3rd Street and ends in J.J. Byrne … more
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