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School No. 5 hosted a Black History Month celebration Wednesday night that featured inspirational songs, poems and speeches from students and staff, as well as artwork hung around the gym from every student in the school. Second-grader Lenz Jean-Paul read Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, and the school's chorus sang the "Black National Anthem." The night was arranged by second-grade teacher Jacqueline Caughman and the school's Black History Month Committee. ... See MoreSee Less

School No. 10 students with perfect attendance through the first 100 days of the school year were awarded a certificate congratulating them on their achievement. Pictured are, back row, Principal Sandra Coglianese, Gabriela Wilczynski, Jacob Gonzalez, Darius Wamah, Josue Carpio, Xavier Media, and Isabella Moreira. Front row: Emily Avila, Abigail Avila, Abigail Mottley, Paola Pereira, Melanie Vega, Anthony Sainato, and Madelyn Duran. ... See MoreSee Less

Linden High School​ students who are enrolled in the Entrepreneurial Management Achievement Program (EMAP) recently visited Cutting Edge Industries in Linden to get an up-close look at the manufacturing process and to talk to company officials. EMAP is a highly successful independent program that has worked closely with the city and school district for 11 years to give LHS students a reality-based education that prepares them for entrepreneurship after high school. It also focuses on character development as a key to success in all walks of life. Read more: ... See MoreSee Less

Linden High School Njrotc Commander Boyd Decker today honored eight of his senior cadets who have committed to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. Commander Decker singled out each of the cadets for praise during an emotional ceremony in the Linden High School gym, and called their proud parents out to join them, to the applause of the crowd and their fellow cadets. The ceremony followed the annual inspection of the 450-plus LHS cadets by the Navy Recruiting District - New York commanding officer. ... See MoreSee Less

In celebration of the 100th day of school, students on School No. 1's Student Tech Team worked on an application to make themselves look 100 years old. The students also wrote about accomplishments they hope to achieve in 100 years. ... See MoreSee Less