Bring your Child to Work Day was a blast for the children of Linden High School's staff. The National Honor Society and Mrs. Goncalves organized a fun filled day in the media center for the children. including face painting, board games, movies, freeze dance, and musical chairs. Children had the opportunity to work as junior teachers helping their parents in the classroom.

Bring your Child to Work Day 2016 at Linden High School

Bring your Child to Work Day was a blast for the children of Linden High School's staff. The National Honor Society and Mrs. Goncalves organized a fun filled day in the media center for the children. including face painting, board games, movies, freeze dance, and musical chairs. Children had the opportunity to work as junior teachers helping their parents in the classroom.

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The Linden High School National Honor Society helped make Bring Your Child to Work Day a success for both teachers and children. Many teachers brought their children in for the day and NHS helped provide a space for these young ones throughout the day. When children needed a break from classroom life they could head to the media center for arts & crafts, board games, Karaoke, face painting, or movies.

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Linden BOE Members and Superintendent Dr. Danny Robertozzi recognized students and faculty at the April 2016 Linden Board of Education meeting.

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This past Earth Day, the National Honor Society of Linden High School and their advisor Mrs. Monica Goncalves taught 2nd grade students from School No. 5 all about trees. The NHS students taught the 2nd graders how trees help the Earth in many different ways. Then each student planted and took home their very own sapling to care for and plant in their backyard. This was possible through: Trees into Cartons, Cartons into Trees (TICCIT), an educational outreach program designed for students to participated in Earth Day. TICCIT provides educational opportunity and highlights the renewability and sustainability of paper and paperboard packaging.

In the TICCIT program, participating companies partner with a local school and these companies donate tree seeds or native saplings to each student. Students then learn how to plant them in a plant in a milk carton, tissue box, or other paper-based carton. The students can then plant these "carton-and-
tree units" in the ground. The cartons provide protection and a natural water funnel for the new trees. As the trees grow, the cartons biodegrade, completing the "trees into cartons, cartons into trees" cycle. This program would not have been possible without Standard Group (http://www.standardgroup.com) a premier print management and marketing logistics company who made this event possible in Linden Public Schools.

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Apr 28th 10:44pm • No Comments

LHS German exchange students toured Point Alpha yesterday. Point Alpha refers to the American base on the former border area between the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) and the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). The American and NATO forces expected the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact forces to attack from this area if the Cold War ever heated up.

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LHS German exchange students toured Frankfurt today. Among other things, we were lead through the CommerzBank Arena, which is the stadium where the local Bundesliga team, Eintracht Frankfurt, plays. Here we are seated in luxury leather seats reserved for business affiliates. Seats in this area could sell for upwards of 6000 Euros.

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LHS German exchange students tour the Commerzbank Arena, home to the Eintracht Frankfurt football club.

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As part of the International Baccalaureate Program, students are required to complete a service project that includes community outreach. Last week IB Students visited McManus and Soelh Middle Schools. These students created a presentation that informed 8th graders on all the wonderful things LHS has to offer.

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