School No. 6 was the first school to kick off the district wide, Family Math Night, which is held from 6:00-7:30pm during the month of May. This event is hosted by the Elementary Math Coaches. Families from grades 1 - 5 engaged in math activities and enjoyed experiencing mathematical explorations and how we use math in real life experiences every day. Mr. Sullivan, Math & Business Director, Board Member Sue Hudak, and a host of School No. 6 teachers came out to support Math Night.

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May 4th 1:27pm • No Comments

Congratulations to the Soehl Middle School Students of the Month for April!
Pictured with Principal Joseph Picaro are
6th Grade: Andrew Alvarracin and Claryssa Forde
7th Grade: Khadega Seedahmed and Karl Cando
8th Grade: Christopher Kelley and Ashley Jovel

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May 4th 1:24pm • No Comments

Students at Linden High School leave "shout outs" to their favorite teachers in honor of Teachers' Appreciation Week.

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May 4th 1:22pm • No Comments

Twenty-Four children of School No. 4 staff members participated in National “Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day”. Their day began with a continental breakfast, they received a welcome bag of treats, and School Principal, Anthony Cataline greeted and welcomed each child. Throughout the day, the children learned about the myriad of tasks and responsibilities contained within their parents’ job descriptions. During a brief break, children were afforded an opportunity to participate in a craft session, which yielded mementos of the day that could be taken home. Hopefully some of these children will be inspired to carry on in their parents’ footsteps.

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May 4th 1:10pm • No Comments

Linden High School’s National Honor Society took their annual trip to Washington D.C. this past Wednesday, April 27th. During their time in the Capital, students had the opportunity to explore the history of the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam and Korean War Memorials, and the Washington Monument. In the afternoon, students were able to visit the various museums at the National Mall. Highlights included the Air and Space Museum, the Natural History Museum, and the Botanical Gardens. Students were also encouraged to join Mr. Mangel and Mrs. Goncalves at the National Archives where they could read the original copies of the Constitution, The Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, Emancipation Proclamation and many more documents related to United States History.

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May 2nd 7:10pm • No Comments

Second graders at School No. 6 completed Earth Day posters, which are on display in the local Shoprite in town.

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May 2nd 7:03pm • No Comments

School No. 6 celebrates diversity. Ms. Lamb's 5th grade class learned historical facts and the culture of Canada. The class constructed one of Canada's greatest landmarks, The Niagara Falls. We placed a Barrel infant of our Falls and had students from other classrooms come and take turns experience the falls. Teachers and parents all joined in the experience while the students iMovie on Canada played in the background.

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May 2nd 6:37pm • No Comments

The School No. 1 Health and Wellness Fair took place on April 28, 2016 and featured an assortment of information displays from vendors and agencies from the surrounding community of Linden, NJ. The Health and Wellness fair provided valuable health information and screening services for all of the Linden Community.
The goal was to increase health awareness through screenings and education, and to promote positive behavior choices. There were live demonstrations by the Union County Sheriff Office K-9 Unit, Linden Police Department brought their motorcycles and, static displays of police equipment and the Linden Fire Department had various fire apparatus, and all agencies had safety and crime prevention exhibits. The Linden School No. 1 Health and Wellness Fair promoted positive interaction with the diversity of the community between citizens and local law enforcement agencies and health providers such as Trinitas Children's Therapy services, Family Chiropractic of Clark, Elizabethtown Gas, Union County Mosquito Control, Care Station Medical Group and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital .
The Linden community had the opportunity to meet the Linden Police Department and see first-hand the equipment used to keep the streets safe. Linden Police Department Detective Captain David Hart addressed those issues of concern to the attendees, provided information to the children that will motivate them to make positive behavior changes, to assume responsibility for their own well being. The Linden Police Department also offered hands-on learning about smart choices and safe habits for the whole family.
The Linden Fire Department provided health and safety information to the community along with fire safety information to the students and families. They reviewed some basic fire safety facts with students across the grades and their families, engaged the community in fire safety activities that have them talking and learning about the dangers of fire and fire prevention. Deputy Fire Chief Larry Kolesa and members of the Linden Fire Department also presented and provided families with emergency preparedness tips and guidelines.
The evening also served as a means to get more parents involved in the Linden Public school community’s health and wellness efforts.

Tara McCarthy (School Nurse) and Dona Preston (Principal) plan to coordinate and host the event annually in the Spring.

School No. 1 Health and Wellness Fair 2016

The School No. 1 Health and Wellness Fair took place on April 28, 2016 and featured an assortment of information displays from vendors and agencies from the surrounding community of Linden, NJ. The Health and Wellness fair provided valuable health information and screening services for all of the Linden Community. The goal was to increase health awareness through screenings and education, and to promote positive behavior choices. There were live demonstrations by the Union County Sheriff Office K-9 Unit, Linden Police Department brought their motorcycles and, static displays of police equipment and the Linden Fire Department had various fire apparatus, and all agencies had safety and crime prevention exhibits. The Linden School No. 1 Health and Wellness Fair promoted positive interaction with the diversity of the community between citizens and local law enforcement agencies and health providers such as Trinitas Children's Therapy services, Family Chiropractic of Clark, Elizabethtown Gas, Union County Mosquito Control, Care Station Medical Group and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital . The Linden community had the opportunity to meet the Linden Police Department and see first-hand the equipment used to keep the streets safe. Linden Police Department Detective Captain David Hart addressed those issues of concern to the attendees, provided information to the children that will motivate them to make positive behavior changes, to assume responsibility for their own well being. The Linden Police Department also offered hands-on learning about smart choices and safe habits for the whole family. The Linden Fire Department provided health and safety information to the community along with fire safety information to the students and families. They reviewed some basic fire safety facts with students across the grades and their families, engaged the community in fire safety activities that have them talking and learning about the dangers of fire and fire prevention. Deputy Fire Chief Larry Kolesa and members of the Linden Fire Department also presented and provided families with emergency preparedness tips and guidelines. The evening also served as a means to get more parents involved in the Linden Public school community’s health and wellness efforts. Tara McCarthy (School Nurse) and Dona Preston (Principal) plan to coordinate and host the event annually in the Spring.

May 2nd 6:08pm • No Comments

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