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For Black History Month, African masks created by School No. 8 and School No. 9 fourth-graders in teacher Mark Kohut's art classes are on display in the lobby of the Board of Education administration building. ... See MoreSee Less

School No. 2 Principal Atiya Perkins was honored Thursday night at the City of Linden's Black History Month Celebration. Perkins gave an inspiring speech, saying she was honored to be selected as a representative of the field of education, and gave credit to her late father for her love of learning. See VIDEO at youtu.be/yVEvuG2pLms.
Linden Public Schools were also well-represented at the celebration by the Linden High School Madrigals, who performed under the direction of vocal music teacher Duane Cosby; and by Mijyon Floyd of School No. 4, winner of the city's Black History Month essay contest. He wrote about Kenny Washington, who broke the color barrier in the NFL in 1946. Other students honored for their essays were JeTaime Baptiste, Micah Blue and Kevin Roberts, all of School No. 4.
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Fifth-graders in Sabina Robinson's class at School No. 1 are studying liquids in their science lessons. The students used food coloring to study density of the liquids and create liquid rainbows. ... See MoreSee Less