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Superintendent Danny Robertozzi visited School No. 4 today to see how the reading room has been transformed into an amazing Winter Wonderland. Dr. Robertozzi also sat down to read to Michele Schweikardt's second-grade class, which had expressed gratitude at Thanksgiving for all his hard work. ... See MoreSee Less

Students from School No. 8 took part last week in the Hour of Code to give them a lesson in computer coding for Computer Science Education Week. Here are students from Heather Astalos' and Angela Paternostro's classes, as well as fourth-graders from Daria Wells' class working with pre-K children to help them get their first taste of coding. ... See MoreSee Less

Students from the 21st Century Community Learning Center after-school program at Soehl Middle School joined with their families for Family Bowling Day on Sunday at Linden Lanes. Everyone was treated to two hours of bowling and lunch. It gave families with children in the program the chance to meet one another and form lasting friendships. ... See MoreSee Less

Superintendent Danny Robertozzi on Tuesday sat in on a meeting of the Linden High School Student Ambassadors, who are dedicated to the improvement to the school and serve as peer leaders. During the meeting, the students reviewed ongoing initiatives and discussed other opportunities for service, leadership, and ways to showcase academic talent. The ambassadors are an elite and diverse panel of student leaders of high character, dedicated to promoting a positive school culture. They act as a liaison between the student body and top administration, working collaboratively to ensure that students are engaged, happy and respected at LHS. ... See MoreSee Less

Students in Holly Sepulveda's computer science classes at Linden High School took part in the Hour of Code last week for Computer Science Education Week. Ms. Sepulveda also held sessions after school for any other student or staff member who wanted to get a taste of computer coding. ... See MoreSee Less