Linden Public Schools teachers and administrators recently took advantage of professional development sessions with Stefani Hite, right, an educational consultant brought in by the New Jersey Education Association to discuss techniques that have proven most effective in increasing student achievement.
Sonia Armstead-Pittman won grand prize at last week’s chili cook-off at School No. 1, defending the title she won last year.
Students in Michael Firestone’s physical education class use the new spin studio that debuted this school year at Linden High School. The room allows teachers to diversify the students’ activities while making the best use of limited space.
Students at Soehl Middle School working on a prototype for a small rocket during a session where they learned about 3-D printing and careers in advanced manufacturing.
Elias Vazquez, Ethan Wilms, Tyler Gobel and Samuel Noblega preparing to fly a drone in the McManus cafeteria as part of a project that put into action the lessons they learned in the classroom. About 120 students took part.