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To celebrate American Education Week, School No. 2 social worker Cara Ann O'Donnell has been meeting with fifth-grade girls to promote and discuss the importance of kindness, positivity and acceptance. The girls have been completing activities such as conducting a random act of kindness and writing a positive message to be displayed in the fifth grade hallway. They also took part in a national virtual assembly on Friday that focused on girls against bullying. ... See MoreSee Less

The 21st Century Community Learning Center at Soehl Middle School will be collecting coats for the needy throughout November. Students who participate in the after-school program will accept new and gently used coats for women, men and children. All coats will be given to Jersey Cares, where they will be distributed to area shelters and outreach programs. Students are also working on a "Note in a Coat" project in which they write uplifting and encouraging letters or poems to be placed in each coat pocket. You can drop off your coat donations at Soehl until Nov. 30. ... See MoreSee Less

Ilju Ausman's modern foods class at Linden High School created a delicious Thanksgiving feast for their fellow students on Thursday. Students entered the classroom in a buffet-style line, then crossed the hall to enjoy their early holiday meal in the cafeteria. Turkey, macaroni and cheese, and pumpkin cookies were big hits, but there was something for every palate. ... See MoreSee Less

School No. 10 proved to be an oldie but a goodie.
The school invited students, parents and the community to come in and help celebrate its 60th birthday on Wednesday. In honor of 1957, when the school was built, the theme was "Happy Days at School 10." The faculty dressed up in 1950s clothes, including many as the "Pink Ladies" from "Grease." Students also got in on the act by turning back the clock on their clothes.
Visitors were treated to old-time music both recorded and live -- performed by faculty and students. Photos from School 10 going back as far as the '50s and up through the decades lined the walls near the school lobby. The gym was set up with games, and prizes were raffled off in the cafeteria, including grand prizes of boys and girls bikes donated by the PTA.
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School No. 10 invited students, families and the community to help celebrate the 60 years since the school opened in 1957. The theme was "Happy Days at School 10."

School No. 10 invited students, families and the community to help celebrate the 60 years since the school opened in 1957. The theme was "Happy Days at School 10." ... See MoreSee Less

School No. 10 invited students, families and the community to help celebrate the 60 years since the school opened in 1957. The theme was "Happy Days at School 10."