SOMERS POINT — Chartertech High School for the Performing Arts’ animation students thought enough of the musical impact and graphic-novel work of Darryl McDaniels, better known as DMC of the rap group Run-DMC, that they wanted to honor him during their Black History Month show.
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SOMERS POINT— Warnings about the downsides of recreational marijuana legalization were at the forefront of discussions Wednesday at a community symposium designed for local officials and experts.
STAFFORD TOWNSHIP — Joining a nationwide movement, Southern Regional students left their classrooms and gathered outside their schools Wednesday to remember the victims of the Parkland, Florida, school shootings and protest gun violence.
Pleasantville school board member Ethel Seymore died last week at age 76.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Gov. Phil Murphy will give the commencement speech at Stockton University’s spring 2018 graduation ceremony, the college announced Wednesday.
GALLOWAY — A digital and in-person fundraising marathon this weekend raised more than $100,000 to support academic programs and scholarships at Stockton University.
Stockton University student Katie Kelly was hoping to walk across the stage of Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City this May to receive her diploma, but because of a growing number of graduates, that might not happen.
Stockton University will hold a two-day fundraising marathon to encourage students, faculty and staff, parents, alumni and the community to donate money toward academic programs, the school, scholarships or athletics.
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ATLANTIC CITY — Some people say schools are a reflection of their community, and for Atlantic City, that is true all the way up through the leadership of the district.
The state Assembly unanimously moved four bills Thursday designed to keep sexual predators out of schools and educate students about sexual abuse.
For the sixth year in a row, the number of students graduating from high school in New Jersey has grown.
As the community of Parkland, Florida, reels from a deadly high school shooting, South Jersey school administrators and emergency management coordinators are highlighting the importance of safety drills and vigilance.
A former Atlantic County forensic pathologist says investigators already believed Tiffany Valiante, 18, committed suicide, skewing the results before they began investigating her 2015 death on the train tracks in Galloway Township.
PLEASANTVILLE — Students at South Main Street School called on the community Wednesday to “rise up” and be proud of who they are as part of the school’s annual Black History Month celebration.
PLEASANTVILLE — During a boisterous meeting, nearly 200 teachers and support staff packed the cafeteria at Pleasantville High School, where the school board met Tuesday night, to protest the lack of a union contract for over a year.
This year’s Pinelands Short Course at Stockton University will include a session on the recovery of the bald eagle.
ATLANTIC CITY — Job seeker Annette Speights arrived at the Convention Center before the sun rose Tuesday and long before the line that snaked through the lobby and up three levels formed.
EGG HARBOR CITY — Inside a semi-truck parked outside Cedar Creek High School, students had a chance to fly an Apache helicopter, dispose of live ordnance or parachute with the Golden Knights.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Performing on the stage of Carnegie Hall is a lifelong dream for musicians from around the world, but for 100 musicians from South Jersey on Monday, it will be their reality.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — No decision has been made yet on what to do with Pinelands Regional High School next year as the district will embark on another phase of its multiyear, $53 million rehabilitation project.
HAMMONTON — Students in the Early Childhood Education Center may not have gone to the Eagles Super Bowl victory parade Thursday, but they did get a chance to celebrate and a lesson on teamwork.
CAMDEN – Anita Hill, a national figure leading the #TimesUp movement against sexual harassment and assault and a vocal advocate for women in STEM and other fields, will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws from Rutgers University — Camden during the Rutgers Law School commencement ceremony May…
About a month into the job, the new interim executive director of the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy says he wants to expand and preserve the center’s programming and bridge the gap between education and policy.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Building off a Student Senate rally held in September in response to flyers posted on campus promoting a white supremacist group, Stockton University hosted its first Unite Against Hate Day on Tuesday.
TRENTON — Former Asbury Park Superintendent Lamont Repollet assumed the role of New Jersey’s acting commissioner of education last week, replacing Commissioner Kimberley Harrington.