by Robert T. Wood Imagine it’s 2017. For the past eight years you’ve seen headline after headline about how the incumbent Governor Chris Christie is no friend of public education. Pensions. Budgets. Funding. You might have come away with the impresssion that electing a Democratic gubernatorial candidate would lead to across-the-board increases in aid forCONTINUE READING
January 13, 2015 Ms. Dominy’s fifth grade science classes at B.T.E.S. have a blast creating the 8 major phases of the moon using Oreo cookies. Ms. Dominy’s Science ProjectJanuary 13, 2015 Ms.
January 14, 2015 Berkeley Girls Softball League visited CBW on Wednesday to encourage the girls at CBW to sign up for softball this Spring.
January 14, 2015 Mrs. Blumensteel’s first grade class at Bayville School had a Mystery Reader who read the Dr. Seuss classic, Wacky Wednesday.
Nearly 50 years ago, President Johnson signed the first major piece of legislation to support disadvantaged students in America’s public schools: the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The passage of that
The District Athletic Office strongly recommends that all athletes attend the “Playing it Clean” presented by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office. JANUARY 15, 2015 PINE BELT ARENA 6:00 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M.
Education leaders from across the country are invited to register for the second annual NEA National Leadership Summit. Join more than 1,500 educators who will discuss common themes of professional empowerment, teacher
January 12, 2015 Mrs. Cicco’s students at H & M Potter School participated in the Potter Future Chefs Culinary Competition sponsored by Sodexo and Mr. Harran and were judged on the healthy
B.T.E.S. is celebrating its ten year anniversary since the opening of the school which took place on January 4, 2005. Congratulations!
January 13, 2015 Mrs. Langer’s second grade class at H & M Potter School is learning about Helen Keller. To give the kids an idea of what it was like for Helen
January 13, 2015 H & M Potter School staff members and Principal Dr. Jeff Zito showed their school spirit by dressing in 80’s attire for the 80th day of school!
January 13, 2015 Ms. Walstrom’s kindergarten class at H & M Potter School is making connections between reading and science using the Scholastic News provided by the PTA.
Toms River South Senior Jacob Limaldi has officially committed to attend Yale University. Jacob has also been recognized by USA Swimming as a Scholastic All American for 2014. Congratulations!
January 9, 2015 Mrs. Treshock’s kindergarteners met with their fourth grade buddies at Bayville School. Mrs. Wenzel’s fourth graders read stories to the kindergarteners and helped them write about their favorite part.
January 12, 2015 CBW third graders explore logic games with Miss Jen and Mr. Ryan as part of the Shop Rite Young Consumers Program.
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January 9, 2015 Ms. Castles’ class in Bayville School played Multiplication Basketball during their recess to practice their multiplication facts. These students were really on the (basket) ball learning their multiplication facts.
January 9, 2015 These Bayville School students dressed for success for spirit day and it certainly showed! Dress for Success at BayvilleJanuary 9, 2015 These Bayville School students dressed for success for
America entered the 20th century as the world’s pre-eminent economic power, and in the following decades, it continued to prosper due in large part to its commitment to universal public high school
In less than two weeks, the President will deliver the State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress. The State of the Union is a tradition that’s as old
Watch on YouTube Yesterday, President Obama unveiled his “America’s College Promise” proposal, which would make two years of community college free for responsible students across the country. If every state chooses to