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Buffalo Wild Wings of Linden hosted a pre-parade lunch for the Linden High School Football State Champions.

Linden Varsity football captured their first state championship since 1985. Linden High School Tigers topped neighborhood rival Elizabeth 27-20 to capture North 2, Group 5 title. Buffalo Wild Wings of Linden heard about the win along with the Parade of Champions and asked to host the Linden Tigers for a pre-parade lunch. Our State Champions enjoyed time with their team members and spoke to the staff, guests, and local community members about the discipline and focus to become a winning team. The Linden Football players would like to thank Buffalo Wild Wings for recognizing their hard work and accomplishment.

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The K-kids members from School No. 2 raised school-wide awareness about children and family in need this holiday season. These are the Kiwanis Kids with boxes full of donations for the Linden LINCS organization.

The students in the picture are:
Front Row:
Aaron Campbell, Jasmine Tiamson, Areejhaday Wyche, Loki Crespo
Second Row: Nicole Ordoñez, Ashley Barcelo, Betzabeth Herrera, Samantha Santiago, Viviana Martinez
Third Row:
Gabriela Bosak, Karelys Infante, Ms. Amaro, Jaden Lisboa
Fourth row:
Cynthia Zuniga, Andrea Morrieson, Julian Jurado, Madison Pierce, Elkin Paredes, Maryam Safe,
Back Row:
Daveigh Anderson, Briana Harmon, Christopher Lopez, Tamara Futch, Lauren Almeida, Mrs. Hernandez, and Cydney Pringle

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Congratulations to the Soehl Middle School December Students of the Month. Pictured with Vice Principal Gregory Martucci are 6th Graders: Syrai Anderson and Joseph Moncayo, 7th Graders: Memphis Melo and Gabrielle Mojena, and 8th Graders: Emmanuel Acosta and Katie Jean Baptiste.

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Soehl's 2014 Pursuasive Essay Poster Contest! This years 3rd Annual Happy Holidays Poster Contest was designed by the following 4 Soehl students: Cassie Orcut, Joanna Kepa, Karolina Kepa, and Isabella Ramos. Pictured with the students is Vice Principal Gergory Martucci. Students who write the best persuasive essay will win the holiday poster and a gift certificate.

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After Rome and Milan, Naples is the third largest municipality in Italy. It is a bustling city full of life, tradition, and history. Historically, Naples has been a vital city throughout the development of Italy. In addition to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Naples is one of the most economically vital cities in Italy. From its historic center, which is listed as a UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, to its famous pizza, Naples is a jewel of southern Italy that the LHS Italian Exchange students were lucky enough to experience.

Linden HS Italian Exchange Program

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One of the key components of any of the LHS exchange programs is the time spent experiencing the life of a student in another country. Participants in the Italian Exchange Program were fortunate enough to be able to experience student life at the Liceo Scientifico Statale Giovanni da Procida in Salerno, Italy. Just like when their counterparts were here in Linden, our LHS students spent time in classes (conducted in Italian) learning literature, math and science. This is truly a testament to making our students at LHS global learners!

Linden HS Italian Exchange Program

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At School No. 6, Mrs. Miskiewicz's 4th grade student Matt Apostol has a pet tarantula, who went through the molting process which is to shed off their old skin much like snakes. He brought it in to show his classmates, how it's similar to their science lesson on dissecting owl pellets and how they pieced together skeletal parts of insects, which is displayed on their classroom bulletin board.

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5th grade student Michael Guy and 5th grade teacher Mr. Mastriano from School No. 6 discussed the Meridian Construction project next to their building.
Here is the recap of their conversation;
Today I took the opportunity to talk with Michael Guy about the construction project next door to our building. The workers were busy laying out a vapor barrier and rebar to lay the concrete floor. We discussed how amazing it was that this was going on right next to our building, and how we both could not wait to visit the site when it is ready for visitors.

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Linden High School recently celebrated 80's day. Social Studies teacher Mr. Walker and French teacher Mrs. Foy really got into the spirit!

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