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On Friday, September 26, 2014, the Rutgers University Confucius Institute was proud to host its 7th anniversary, and students from Linden were enthusiastic in their participation of the day’s events. Linden was honored to be the group selected to open the day’s events. For several weeks over two dozen NJROTC students under the direct guidance of CPO Mark Velez prepared an energetic and inspirational dragon dance as well as a beautiful and stately lion dance. Meanwhile, eight students from the Linden High School Dance Company rehearsed a graceful umbrella dance and a mesmerizing ribbon dance.

The Confucius Institute at Rutgers University was a gracious host. Everyone in attendance at this event held at the Busch Campus Student Center, participants and observers alike, was provided the opportunity to sample Chinese cooking as well as bubble tea. The performances of dance, music, and poetry were open to the general public, and the event was well attended. While there, our students also had the opportunity to get a closer look at authentic Chinese crafts ranging from calligraphy to paper folding to weaving that were on display.

Linden High School is proud to be home to one of the few Confucius Classrooms in the state of New Jersey, which has been established in coordination with Rutgers University as well as Hanban (the Chinese National Office for promoting the study of Chinese as a foreign language). It is through this partnership that our students are offered the opportunity to participate in a global exchange of cultures.

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Linden student Damian Allison was among 25 students invited to attend a special reception organized by IACE (Italian American Commission for Education) in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute of New York. The event celebrated the learning achievements of the group of students who had participated in a two-week educational travel program to Narnia in the Umbria region of Italy. The reception featured a multimedia presentation highlighting the students' summer experiences as well as a concert from renowned pianist Cristiana Pegoraro. Over the past ten years IACE has supported Italian language instruction in the Linden Public Schools district with various grants, scholarships and learning opportunities.

In the photo, student Damian Allison is accompanied by Linden Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Danny Robertozzi, ESL/Bilingual & World Languages Supervisor Alphonsina Paternostro, Italian General Consulate Natalia Quintavalle, and Director of Education Carlo Davoli.

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Mrs. King and her McManus art students proudly show off their award ribbons and posters from this year's Halloween poster contest hosted by the City of Linden. Students from all schools in grades kindergarten-high school participate in this annual event. Awards are given by school and at each grade level. Pictured are
Michael Ware, Tauquil Sims, Ricard Charles, Charensky Pierre-Lewis, Beverly Rochford, Bianca Palomino, Anna Pieta

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Linden High School seniors were torn over their decisions about home coming king and queen elections. Students voted for their peers who embody school spirit, high academic achievements, and overall strength in character. Ray Aleman and Kurt Grunder are pictured voting for their peers. Come out and support the home coming court, varsity football team, marching band and cheerleaders this Friday at 7 PM, at Tiger Stadium.

Oct 22nd 1:56pm • No Comments

Linden's Kyle Phipps voted state's top running back by fans!

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After receiving close to 27,000 votes, Linden senior Kyle Phipps has been voted the state's top high school running back by NJ.com readers in this season's first fan poll.

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Linden High School staff and students are showing support for the 2nd Annual Dig Pink event. Wearing their Dig Pink shirts with pride, from left to right are, Jhaicob Estil-Sauveur, Ms. Walker, Tina Stanley, and Eddie Guzman.

On Thursday, October 16th the Linden High School girls volleyball program will host its 2nd Annual Dig Pink event. Last season the team donated $2300 to the Side-Out Foundation. The team is hoping to exceed that mark this season. All are invited to today’s match against Kent Place School. The junior varsity match begins at 4 p.m. followed by a brief breast cancer awareness ceremony. The varsity match is to begin at approximately 5:30 p.m.

What is Dig Pink?
Dig Pink is the name of the Side-Out Foundation's national October breast cancer rally. A Dig Pink event can be organized at the local, county, city or state level, and it is supported by college and middle/high school volleyball coaches and teams as well as club coaches and teams. All proceeds benefit the Side-Out Foundation, which in turn awards grants to medical research organizations and entities dedicated to providing patient services to breast cancer patients and their families. Your participation gives the volleyball community the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of all breast cancer patients.

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The Linden High School Football team and organization is supporting October's National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a half time remembrance for all who fought the fight and for the survivors. The players will honor Ms. Wilkerson (Muhammad Wilkerson mom, Muhammad played tight end and defensive line while at LHS. Wilkerson starred at Temple University before becoming the 1st Round draft pick of the NY Jets. He is currently a captain on one of the best defensive lines in the N.F.L. ) and all Breast Cancer Survivors in attendance at the October 17th game beginning at 7:00pm at Tiger Stadium. In collaboration with the American Cancer Society, the initiative, called "A Crucial Catch: Annual Screening Saves Lives," reminds women 40 and older about the importance of having an annual mammogram. Please wear pink at the game to show your support.

Oct 15th 5:55pm • No Comments

Juwan Dolbrice is nominated for best quarterback in the state.
Linden: The dynamic playmaker made the move from halfback prior to this season and it is paying major dividends for the Tigers, who are 5-0 and closing in on a division title behind Dolbrice and a strong running game.

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