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NJEA and News 12 held its 19th Annual Scholar Athlete Awards Luncheon on June 18, 2016, at the Pines Manor in Edison. Zavion Bell of Willingboro High School in Burlington County was named Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Created on Thursday, June 23, 2016
The Mann Center at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia presents: YOUNG PEOPLE’S CONCERT SERIES “ART-IN-MOTION”
Tickets are not required for these FREE concerts.
Created on Monday, June 13, 2016
On June 7, Scott Alfano’s U.S. History students at Bayville’s Central Regional Middle School experienced a rare opportunity when they welcomed Congressman Tom MacArthur as their Teacher for a Day.Read
Created on Thursday, June 09, 2016
The Philadelphia Eagles and Axalta Coating Systems are teaming up again to recognize outstanding 6th through 12th grade teachers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware for their contribution to their students, school and community through the Axalta All-Pro Teachers program. A teacher can be nominated by a principal, fellow teacher, student or parent of a student. Ten (10) teachers will be chosen by a selection committee based on education drive, innovative teaching methods, use of STEM education and commitment to students beyond the classroom.
Created on Monday, June 06, 2016
Z100’s Danielle Monaro was a Teacher for the Day in Lauren Pici’s first-grade class at Theunis Day Elementary School in Wayne on Monday, May 23. The Wayne Education Association held NJEA’s Teacher for a Day program to educate community members about what it means to be a teacher.Read
Created on Wednesday, May 25, 2016
The NJ Hall of Fame (NJHOF) celebrates the extraordinary accomplishments of great Garden State citizens in hopes of inspiring New Jersey's next generation of leaders. NJHOF inductees have overcome obstacles to reach the pinnacle of their chosen field, and they provide hope to young people who dare to dream, despite adversity. This is the inspiration for the Legacy Project, a monthly series of interviews with NJ Hall of Fame inductees made for student viewing and integration in the school curriculum.Read
Created on Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Trooper Youth Week is a residential youth education program developed by the New Jersey State Police. This program presents simulated law enforcement programs for male and female students who have completed their junior year and are entering their senior year of High School. The week's activities include lectures and presentations covering many facets of police work and criminal justice. Read
Created on Monday, March 14, 2016
The members of the Trenton Paraprofessionals Association FAST Committee (Families and Schools Together Work for Children) know that well-nourished kids do better academically. That’s why they invited parents to an event that featured healthy meals that you can prepare on a shoestring budget.
Created on Friday, February 26, 2016
The NJ Center for the Book has invited a number of NJ authors and illustrators to write a serialized story targeted for all ages that honors the landmarks in NJ and also celebrates the 250th Anniversary of Rutgers University.
Created on Wednesday, February 24, 2016
NJEA and Rutgers Athletics partnered to encourage elementary students to think about college early. In late January, Ben Franklin Elementary School in Edison enjoyed a pep rally with visits from Rutgers student-athletes, cheerleaders and Scarlet Knight mascot, as well as 50 tickets to a Rutgers game.Read
Created on Friday, February 12, 2016
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