Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Glenwood, South Mountain school student artwork displayed in Newark's Hall of Records as part of Art Educators of New Jersey exhibit.
Artwork from four Short Hills and four Millburn students recently graced the first-floor lobby of Newark’s Hall of Records as part of the Art Educators of New Jersey student art exhibit, county officials announced. On March 19, Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. and the Art Educators of New Jersey welcomed a total of 75 students for the ninth consecutive year from throughout the county, who range in age from elementary to high school students. The student’s artwork included lifelike portraits, paintings and drawings. “Essex County has some very creative and talented student artists at all age levels from elementary to high school. The original artwork that is included in our exhibit is truly inspiring,” DiVincenzo said. “I am …
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Millburn hires 25 new staff members to the district this year.
After a three day teacher orientation last week at the Education Center inside Board of Education building, 25 new teachers and staff joined the district for the 2012-2013 school year. The teachers vary from brand new, first-year teachers, to those with a decade of experience, said Assistant Superintendent Christine Burton, in last week's Board of Education meeting. The high school had the most new teachers overall with nine teachers that started this week. The teachers and their position are as follows: The elementary schools, Hartshorn, Deerfield, Glenwood and South Mountain, and the Middle School also added staff. The new teachers are as follows: Four administration employees also attended orientation:
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Millburn and Short Hills residents, share your back to school photos here!
Back to buses, books and bagged lunches for students as summer vacation officially ends for the younger residents of Millburn and Short Hills. "Classes and test and homework, oh my," the High School front sign said, welcoming students back to a national Blue Ribbon School. Millburn High School has been one of top-ranked school throughout New Jersey for years. The Millburn School District reopened its the doors to its almost 5,000 students on Tuesday to kick off the 2012-2013 school year. Over 25 new staff members were hired throughout the school district, which were in orientation last week. "The new year is here," Superindendent Dr. James Crisfield said. "It's always great to see the kids with smiling faces back in the classes." The …