Linden Public Schools

*** Due to the weather reports predicting thunderstorms this afternoon and evening, the All City Art & Music Festival scheduled for tonight is being postponed. The Festival will now take place on Tuesday, June 2nd at 7pm. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We look forward to seeing you at the Promenade for this event next Tuesday. ***

May 28th 7:46pm • No Comments

Fourth graders in Mrs. Burke's class at School No. 8 commemorated Memorial Day by paying tribute to members of our armed services and reflecting on inspirational patriotic quotes. Pictured in the photo is Sylvester Lopadchak, Brianna Ramirez and Tiffany Toro.

May 28th 3:12pm • No Comments

School No. 8 Students in Mrs. Burke's 4th grade class were so excited to receive letters from their pen pals in Taiwan. The students wrote to the students in Taiwan in Chinese. Their letters were delivered in March by the high school students and Mrs. Paternostro. Mrs. Burke has been corresponding with the teacher in Taiwan via email and the students received their first responses May 22. The pen pals wrote back to them in English on beautifully decorated cards. The fourth graders were so excited and have a new appreciation for the language and culture of their pen pals. Pictured in the photo are Stephen Leukhardt, David Clavijo, Sofia Garcia and Aileen Castro.

May 28th 3:07pm • No Comments

Ms. Gallagher's Anatomy & Physiology students at LHS are running simulated analysis to test their "patients" for glucose, starch or protein in their urine & digestive by-products.

May 28th 3:05pm • No Comments

Ms. Gallagher's students at LHS are learning to analyze and test household products in order to become more informed consumers. In the photos the students are testing pH levels of common household items.

May 28th 3:02pm • No Comments

*** Due to the weather reports predicting thunderstorms this afternoon and evening, the All City Art & Music Festival scheduled for tonight is being postponed. The Festival will now take place on Tuesday, June 2nd at 7pm. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We look forward to seeing you at the Promenade for this event next Tuesday. ***

May 27th 12:47pm • No Comments

Linden High School EMAP (Entrepenatearal Management Achievement Program) club, went on two field trips this school year. Mr. Sy Mayerson, and Dianne Blazier-Jiossi volunteers from the business community, with LHS club advisors, Lee Gaskins & Ben Mitchell visited Cutting Edge Industries of Linden, which is a diverse American manufacturing firm, specializing in a number of different core industries, including Lighting, Furniture, Funeral & Cremation, Awards & Promotional Products, Souvenirs and Giftware, as well as a number of other manufacturing segments.
Linden high students were able to see firsthand the manufacturing capabilities include metal casting, polishing, painting and finishing, welding, laser engraving, pad printing, computer drafting and design, as well as many others.
From start to finish, the students of Linden high school participated in hands on activites and create their own product from the highest quality materials available, right here in the USA.

Linden High School Students went on a field trip to visit Philips Lighting, in Somerset NJ which is the headquarters location for the Lighting business in the Americas. The students were able to learn a variety of functions that support the Philips Lighting business from customer fulfillment groups such as Order Management, Planning and Customer Care, to commercial support teams like Marketing, Pricing and Sales Support.
Philips is the 23rd largest company in the world. A fact that our Linden students learned was one out over every four light bulbs sold is by Phillips. They also have many products and patents in health care. These field trips enable our students to see how the industries operate and gave them an opportunity to experience and witness firsthand how business' operate on a day to day basis.

May 26th 7:43pm • No Comments

The Linden High School NJROTC unit held their change of command ceremony at the Knights of Columbus in Linden, NJ, May 22, 2015. Commanding officer Joanna Zalewski was relieved of duty by Evelyn Serrano who took command of the unit during a time honored tradition.
The Linden High School NJROTC graduating seniors pose for a photo at the Linden NJROTC awards dinner at the Knights of Columbus in Linden, NJ, May 22, 2015.

May 26th 7:09pm • No Comments

Three U.S. Navy MH-60S helicopter crews landed at Tiger stadium on May 21st to visit with the Linden High School NJROTC cadets. The cadets had the opportunity to tour the helicopters and speak with the crews about missions and life in the Navy. The Navy Band Northeast Rhode Island Sound also participated in the Linden High School NJROTC program during an aviation static display as part of the Fleet Week New York. The landing, which was part of Fleet Week gave our Linden students insight on the training and how focused one has to be on a task and the skills you need to accomplish the mission. The Navy stressed that this pertains to the classroom because that is where it all begins. They explained the amount about of reading, math skills and team work it takes to be successful not only in the military but also in the everyday activities of life. The Linden High School NJROTC consists of over 400 students and has grown significantly since the establishment of the unit in 1986. The purpose of the NJROTC program is to instill in students the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment.

NJROTC Helicopter Event

Three U.S. Navy MH-60S helicopter crews landed at Tiger stadium on May 21st to visit with the Linden High School NJROTC cadets. The cadets had the opportunity to tour the helicopters and speak with the crews about missions and life in the Navy. The Navy Band Northeast Rhode Island Sound also participated in the Linden High School NJROTC program during an aviation static display as part of the Fleet Week New York. The landing, which was part of Fleet Week gave our Linden students insight on the training and how focused one has to be on a task and the skills you need to accomplish the mission. The Navy stressed that this pertains to the classroom because that is where it all begins. They explained the amount about of reading, math skills and team work it takes to be successful not only in the military but also in the everyday activities of life. The Linden High School NJROTC consists of over 400 students and has grown significantly since the establishment of the unit in 1986. The purpose of the NJROTC program is to instill in students the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment.

May 26th 7:06pm • No Comments

Linden High School Principal Yelena Horre and NJROTC students welcome the NAVY to Tiger Stadium to celebrate Fleet Week 2015! #fleetweek

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May 21st 3:41pm • No Comments

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