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Athletes of the Week - May 8 - 14 - Union County Conference

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Lindsay Faria – Linden: Lindsay is a three-year starter for the girls varsity softball team. She plays both left & centerfield for the Tigers and currently leads the team in hitting, for the second year in a row. Last week, she went 8 for 12, batting .666, scoring five runs with five RBIs, a double,...

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Monday May 22, 2017 marked the third annual College and Career Day at Linden High School. Alumni from graduating years 2005 through 2015, more than a dozen in total, came back to their beloved alma mater and showed that they still have LHS Tiger Pride! The various alumni addressed all high school students in four separate assemblies regarding a variety of topics such as the transition from high school to college, dormitory life, becoming involved on campus, Greek life, career readiness and more. It was a celebration of not only what former students have achieved, but also a great motivational experience for underclassmen and even our class of 2017 senior students as well.

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Students represented School No. 4 at Track and Field Day and brought back some medals to show off! Ifechukwu Efoui won 2nd place for fourth grade girls standing long jump, Damya Brown won 2nd place for third grade girls standing long jump, and Brandon Decampos won 3rd place for fourth grade boys standing long jump.

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Cancer has touched many of us in some way, so we decided to fight back at School No. 10 by participating in the Relay for Life sponsored by ShopRite of Clark. Mrs. Kim Kefalas, a third grade teacher at School No. 10 and a Stage 3A breast cancer survivor organized special and unique relay activities that were about hope. The beach balls were filled with wishes of hope, the pool noodles had wishes whispered inside and then the students threw their wishes to come true. The hula-hoops had wishes of eternity so everyone can have hope for cure. "Scrunchy" the ShopRite bear came for a visit and gave hi-5’s along with the staff of Clark ShopRite. As a team, we at Linden School No. 10, Linden Public Schools and Clark ShopRite are taking action to help eliminate cancer as a major health problem and to give hope that a cure will be found one day.

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Linden High School IB Students Aneela Rampersad, Aleny Serna and Nimra Imran pose in front of the "Pulsera Project" bulletin board. The students sold 300 hand crafted bracelets and raised over $1,500.00. 100% of the proceeds was donated back to the villages in Central America where the bracelets where made.

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Fairy tales really can come true! Especially if you ask the 156 students, families, and local dignitaries who attended Fairy Tales Come Alive at School #5, in Linden, NJ, on Thursday, May 18, 2017. This event was sponsored/funded by the Linden Education Association, the NJEA, and F.A.S.T. Families and Schools Together for children.

As participants arrived at this event, they received a FAST tote and they were met by their tour guide. They then traveled on a five-station tour.

The families began with dinner and dessert in “The Galley” provided by Linden Public Schools Pomptonian Food Service. From there they entered “The Grand Ballroom” where they danced with princesses and a prince. In addition, they compared and contrasted classical and modern dance. Then, the tour continued to the courtyard for a “Three Little Pigs” play experience. Families learned the true story from the character’s perspective. Next, families were off to the “Costume Corner.” Children made their own fairy tale ball costumes and learned about character traits. Students made shields of armor and crowns. Finally, a story was shared by School 5’s very own “Queen of Literacy” where the educational focus was summarizing a story.

A magical time was had by all in attendance.

Fairy Tales Come Alive at School No. 5

Fairy tales really can come true! Especially if you ask the 156 students, families, and local dignitaries who attended Fairy Tales Come Alive at School #5, in Linden, NJ, on Thursday, May 18, 2017. This event was sponsored/funded by the Linden Education Association, the NJEA, and F.A.S.T. Families and Schools Together for children. As participants arrived at this event, they received a FAST tote and they were met by their tour guide. They then traveled on a five-station tour. The families began with dinner and dessert in “The Galley” provided by Linden Public Schools Pomptonian Food Service. From there they entered “The Grand Ballroom” where they danced with princesses and a prince. In addition, they compared and contrasted classical and modern dance. Then, the tour continued to the courtyard for a “Three Little Pigs” play experience. Families learned the true story from the character’s perspective. Next, families were off to the “Costume Corner.” Children made their own fairy tale ball costumes and learned about character traits. Students made shields of armor and crowns. Finally, a story was shared by School 5’s very own “Queen of Literacy” where the educational focus was summarizing a story. A magical time was had by all in attendance.

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Pomptonian Food Service and School No. 1 in Linden, recently held an exciting promotional event, “Name Your Café.”

Name Your Café is a popular program which encourages students to get collectively involved in their school and teaches them about nutrition. Students were asked to nominate names for their cafeteria. The Principal Donna Preston and Vice Principal Wayne Happel and the student committee narrowed selections down to the top three and then the student body had the opportunity to vote on their favorite name. A grand opening ceremony, complete with ribbon cutting and visiting dignitaries, unveiling the new cafeteria name on a colorful banner was held on May 17, 2017. The cafeteria dining room also displayed a colorful décor package including inspirational messages encouraging healthy lifestyle choices.

The promotion encourages students to think about the importance of nutrition and encourages positive dining choices in their school, when they are in restaurants and shopping in the food markets.

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