Seventh-graders in Michael D’Amato’s social studies class at Soehl Middle School have been working hard to answer the question on everyone’s mind: “How is America going to vote?”
Wellness Wednesday is being celebrated each week throughout the district to focus on social and emotional learning during difficult times. At Linden High School, students who take part are eligible to win a pizza.
Throughout October, Superintendent Dr. Marnie Hazelton sent out emails to all district staff to celebrate National Principals Month. Each email recognized a different one of our district’s school principals.
Linden Public Schools won two awards in the 2020 New Jersey School Communication Awards on Friday, Oct. 16, including a first-place win in the Media Relations – Human Interest category.
Kcyronne Zahir, director of the alternative high school program, has taken on the added role of director of equity in education to lead the district’s push to eliminate any opportunity gaps for students.