Suzanne Olivero, left, former vice principal at School No. 4, hopes to build on past accomplishments as she takes over as principal in the upcoming
Changes in the Linden Public Schools administration for the 2019-20 school year include new principals at both middle schools and at two of the district’s
Recent Linden High School graduates Piotr Zelazny and Muhsin Khan were honored on Tuesday, July 30, for attaining the prestigious International Baccalaureate diploma.
The New Jersey Department of Education has awarded a Certificate of Appreciation to the 21st Century Community Learning Center, an after-school and summer program serving
Linden has been chosen among 34 “Districts of Distinction” nationwide for our efforts to enhance professional development and foster collaboration among teachers and administrators to
The Orange and Black has a little shade of green as gardens planted at schools around the district this spring are starting to produce a
The middle school boys baseball team “Black” was honored by the Board of Education on Thursday, June 27, for completing an undefeated season.
School No. 4 Principal Anthony Cataline is retiring after 48 years with Linden Public Schools. He guided generations of students as principal at School No.
For the third year in a row, every senior in the Linden High School cosmetology class passed the state licensing exam.
Three-hundred ninety students graduated from Linden High School at the school’s 109th Commencement on Friday, June 21, in the LHS gym