The Linden Board of Education invites you to attend the dedication of the Susan L. Hudak Auditorium at Linden High School in honor of a truly dedicated member of the Board of Education.

Wednesday, June 28th
6:00 PM
Linden High School Auditorium

Dedication of the Susan L. Hudak Auditorium

Dedication of the Susan L. Hudak Auditorium

The Linden Board of Education invites you to attend the dedication of the Susan L. Hudak Auditorium at Linden High School in honor of a truly dedicated member of the Board of Education.

Wednesday, June 28th
6:00 PM
Linden High School Auditorium

Jun 26th 6:30pm • No Comments

Linden Public Schools added a new photo.

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Jun 26th 6:23pm • No Comments

Linden Public Schools added 152 new photos to the album: Linden High School Graduation 2017 — at Tiger Stadium at Cooper Field.

Linden High School Graduation 2017

Jun 23rd 8:51pm • No Comments

The Linden Police Department and Linden Detective Afstratio Zevlikaris congratulates the Safety Patrol of School No. 6.
The Safety Patrol of Linden School No. 6 is a select group of fifth and fourth Graders that are committed to assisting in providing a safe school environment for all students. The Safety Patrol members are individuals who are responsible, respectful, cooperative, and helpful. The future leaders of School No. 6 set a good example and encourage other students to also observe safety rules at all times. Safety patrol is about leadership at school No. 6, being a good role model and this is a tradition that gets the students out in the community. The students of School No. 6 appreciate the moment and had fun learning from Linden Detective Zevlikaris.

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Jun 21st 6:30pm • No Comments

Aaron Millstein has worked security at Soehl Middle School for the past nine years and rumor has it that he holds the district record for most countries visited (38). In addition to being an avid globetrotter he also has the keen ability to shoot breathtaking photographs. When the middle school students he works with return for a new school year this September, they will be in for a special treat: a collection of 24 of his favorite photographs in a display titled “The World: Captured.” For the past several years, Millstein and Social Studies teacher Michael D’Amato have enjoyed sharing stories from around the world. Those shared adventures led to the sharing of photographs, and that is when D’Amato first noticed that with Millstein, photography was more than just a hobby - it was art. “Many of Aaron’s photographs are gallery worthy,” shared D’Amato, who worked with Millstein to create the display. When asked about his passion for photography, Millstein became nostalgic as he reminisced about his grandfather who passed down tricks of the trade in the darkroom of his home.

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Jun 20th 3:01pm • No Comments

Mrs. Sepulveda is proud of the hard work all the students put into this project, creating a Business Plan for a new business. ​Students started by researching the type of business and all costs involved with opening a business. Then, they looked at locations where they felt the business would do well. The different sections of the Business Plan were worked on through the marking period; all were ​tied together for the presentation of the plan to the class.

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Jun 20th 2:58pm • No Comments

On June 7, 2017, 7th Graders from Soehl Middle School participated in the “Many Paths, One Future, Career Awareness Day”, at Kean University. Students were able to learn about STEM careers and meet a variety of professionals, college administrators, and college students. The program allowed students attend seminars including but not limited to, a career panel, Global Logistics, Agriculture & STEM Exploration and Cybersecurity.

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Jun 20th 2:55pm • No Comments

Students in the Social Studies classes of Ms. Goncalves, Ms. Silva, Mr. Schiedemann, and Mr. Orth brought their history knowledge to the canvas over the past few days. The students worked diligently to create beautiful images of their favorite rights movements and historical moments. Students had to pick a topic and create a presentation about the topic they chose to depict on the ceiling tile. Students trace the historical significance of that event from its origins to current time. These ceiling tiles will hang up in the hallways of Linden High School throughout the Social Studies wings. We could not be more proud of these students for their hard work and diligence. You know students have truly learned when they take an important moment in history and make it their own.​​

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Jun 20th 2:49pm • No Comments

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