Linden Public Schools

Congratulations to the Linden High School Marching Band for taking 1st place in their group this past weekend at the Piscataway HS Band Competition. The band also won awards for Best Visual, Best Percussion, Best Effect & Best Color Guard.

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The Peer leadership team for 2014-15 recently spent 2 nights/3 days at YMCA Camp Ralph Mason conducting important team building activities to prepare senior Peer Leaders for their mentoring work with freshmen at LHS. Peer Leadership is a program which trains selected seniors to facilitate group activities for small groups of freshmen to help them transition to high school more successfully. Guided by 4 advisors, Mr. Eloy DelGado, Ms. Patricia Donegan, Ms. Sarah Edvalson and Ms. Patricia Gergely, these seniors learn important communication skills and techiques which help them in the program and in life. They look forward to a successful year guiding freshmen at LHS.

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On Thursday, October 16th the Linden High School girls volleyball program will host its 2nd Annual Dig Pink event. Last season the team donated $2300 to the Side-Out Foundation. We hope to exceed that mark this season. With that being said, we would like to invite all of you, your friends, and your families to our match against Kent Place School on 10/16. The junior varsity match begins at 4 p.m. followed by a brief breast cancer awareness ceremony. The varsity match is to begin at approximately 5:30 p.m. Below is a brief description about Dig Pink. I have also attached a flyer to the event as well as a fundraiser shirt order form. Orders may be returned via e-mail and payment needs to be received no later than October 6th. Payments may be sent via interoffice mail or hand delivered to the high school gymnasium by 6.pm. any school day prior to the 6th. To make sure that shirts are delivered accordingly please include your school/building on the order form.

What is Dig Pink?

Dig Pink is the name of the Side-Out Foundation's national October breast cancer rally. A Dig Pink event can be organized at the local, county, city or state level, and it is supported by college and middle/high school volleyball coaches and teams as well as club coaches and teams. All proceeds benefit the Side-Out Foundation, which in turn awards grants to medical research organizations and entities dedicated to providing patient services to breast cancer patients and their families. Your participation gives the volleyball community the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of all breast cancer patients. Thank you for getting involved!

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The Linden NJROTC Orienteering team practicing their skills at the Westmoreland sanctuary orienteering event in NY on September 27th in preparation for the Navy's NJROTC Area 4 Championship which will be held in October at Washington's crossing state park New jersey.

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Soehl students in Mrs. Bongiovi's Science class use various techniques to observe and identify a collection of Grand Canyon rocks.
Pictured: Britney Jean, Makalya Sookram, Aaron Houser, Dasani Rouse, Christian Higgs, & Kyair Kornegay

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Students in Mrs. Huff's fifth grade math class at School 6 used the Order of Operations Strategy to evaluate numerical expressions and ultimately solved equations during differentiated instruction with the support of Mrs. Luttgens. "I am proud of how the students reflected on their understanding of the math exercises during group discussions," said Mrs. Huff. Students proudly holding up their answers are pictured, Tiffany Cedeno, Damian Fulop, Jahlil Ward and Taylan Connikie.

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Grade 1 students Nicholas Hoff and Albert Galvez show off their recent purchases at the School No. 9 Book Fair held on Wednesday, September 24th.

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The School No. 2 School Store in action. These three students are trading their golden tickets (earned for exemplary citizenship, character and behavior) for items such as smencils, erasers, pencil sharpeners, etc.

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Congratulations to the Soehl Middle School Students of the Month for September. Pictured with Principal Joseph Picaro are 6th graders: Angel Williams and Felicia McKnight, 7th Graders: Luis Correa and Kristin Swaby, and 8th Graders: Mauricio Colato and Annisleisy Garcia.

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