State of the Arts visits Isi Igetei at home in Hillside, New Jersey, where he tells a traditional story to a group of children from the neighborhood and describes his .
Seventeen junior and senior artists from Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child in Summit were recently recognized by having their works displayed during the 37th annual duCret School of Art High School Exhibition in Plainfield. Of the 17 Oak Knoll students, five artists were awarded special honors, including Julia Watt of Essex Fells , C lass of 2016, who won Second Place for her graphite drawing of stones. Carly Pompei of Roselle Park, Class of 2017, and Helena Lyons of Franklin Lakes, Class of 2017, earned Honorable Mentions for landscape drawings while Ana Bambrick-Santoyo of Montclair, Class of 2017, and Natasha Rice of Madison , C lass of 2017,... It was the second year in a row Watt received recognition in the exhibition, as her graphite drawing of a pair of sneakers garnered her a third place award in 2015. The Oak Knoll artists’ work was among 450 pieces from students in 26 local private... Oak Knoll Upper School Creative Arts Teacher Will Cardell said he is thrilled to see students’ participation grow, as they have submitted work to the annual exhibition since 1998, when there was a single Oak Knoll participant. “I am proud of our increased participation in this show over the years and of the honors bestowed upon our fine young artists,” Cardell said. The students’ work will be recognized again, Cardell noted, as the works will be displayed in the Oak Knoll Connelly Conference Room during the Upper School Dance Concert on April 22. Arts & Education Poetry Reading In honor of National Poetry... The students will be reading their work on Tuesday, April 12, from 6:30 to 8 p. m, at Panera Bread, 1551 U. S. Highway 1, in Edison (near the Menlo Park Mall). In order to receive a special flyer to present with your purchase on the evening of the Reading, call 732-566-2787 or email info@artsandedcenter. READ: Education news from around Central Jersey. Bard College Roop Pal of Plainsboro was named to the fall dean's list at Bard College at Simon's Rock. Students must achieve a grade-point average of 3. 5. Berkeley College Goes Green to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Woodbridge Centenary College New Jersey. The Centenary Stage Company is poised to present the musical "Miss Nelson is Missing" as part of the Hackettstown-based college's 2016 theater for Young Audience Series. Based on the children’s book by Harry Allard and James Marshall, students learn the lessons of respect through the teachings of an evil substitute teacher named Viola Swamp. The show is performed by Centenary College students and is available to book for a tour to various locations or for onsite performances. Currently, the cast has travelled all over the state from Cape May, to Giggles Children’s Theater located in St. Joseph’s Hospital in Paterson. “We will have reached well over 2,000 audience members in the month of March alone,” said Professor Lea Antolini Lid, Young Audience Series Tour Director and Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts at Centenary College. "Shake it Up Shakespeare: Magic, Mystery & Mayhem – A Celebration of the Works of William Shakespeare. " is appropriate for middle school and high school students. "A Thousand Cranes," by Kathryn Schultz Miller and based on the book by Eleanor Coerr is a true story of the young Japanese girl Sadako Sasaki, who inspired an international peace movement. A Thousand Cranes combines Japanese and American language, music and dance and highlights Japanese society in the after-math of World War II. This show also is appropriate for middle school and high school students. For information about how to book these tours for schools and the prices, visit www. org , contact the Program Tour Director Lea Antolini Lid at antolinil@centenarycollege. edu or call 908-979-0900. ALSO: Dr. James Monks, assistant professor of biology at Centenary College, was interested in conducting a study with undergraduate students when Octopus Prime, a 14. Source: www.mycentraljersey.com
Kayla Thau of Bound Brook, Katharine Matthias of Basking Ridge, Jessica McLaughlin of Maplewood, Nina Srikanth of Bridgewater, Ouarida Benatia of Florham Park, Lindsay Cheng of Warren, Sonia Talarek of Far Hills, and Udochi Emeghara of Hillside.
The students all walk with their heads held up high,” said Dawn Schwartz, senior vice president, Junior Achievement of NJ. McCormac spent time walking through the JA BizTown simulation visiting each of the 14 volunteer-assisted storefronts shaking
During the Commencement Exercises of Mount Saint Mary Academy's Class of 2016 on Saturday, June 4, the following residents from Union County received their diplomas. They are listed with the college/university they plan to attend in the fall
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With total surrender to God's will, we announce the peaceful passing of Titilayo Abiola Yesufu on May 29, 2012 at the age of 47 years. Dearly beloved wife of Sadiku Yesufu, and loving mother of Ozi Yesufu. Loving daughter of Samuel (predeceased) and ...
BUENA VISTA TWP.-- The Delsea Regional High School boys track and field team was thinking three-peat, and seniors Udochi Okoro and Joe Gregory and junior Terrance Burns did everything in their power to make that happen. In the end, the Crusaders fell nine ...
8-Shawnee 27. 9-West Deptford 25.5. 10- Moorestown 19. 100-METER DASH: 1-Robert Page, Kingsway, 10.60. 2-Udochi Okoro, Delsea, 10.91. 3-Geoff Mock, Timber Creek, 10.92. 4- Bryan Burnham, Moorestown, 10.97. 5-Syteek Farrington, Camden, 11.05. 6-Jashuan ...