Students at School No. 9 took on the roles of interactive museum pieces Tuesday, Feb. 13, in their wax museum presentation that allowed visitors – and the students themselves – to learn about notable figures
Students at School No. 2 were wowed by a laser light show on Tuesday, Feb. 13, that highlighted notable African-Americans for Black History Month in one of many programs this month throughout Linden Public Schools.
Linden High School Student Ambassadors getting a tour of Superintendent Danny A. Robertozzi’s office after a meeting where the students offered their ideas to the administration.
School No. 2 Principal Atiya Perkins has been chosen as this year’s Black History Month honoree by the City of Linden. She was recognized at the city’s Black History Month Celebration on Feb. 15.
Kimberly Leight, an eighth-grade science teacher at Soehl Middle School, has been honored as one of New Jersey’s “Teachers Who Make Magic” by the New Jersey Education Association and radio station Magic 98.3.