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Visitation Academy prepares for Mother’s Day

Visitation Academy prepares for Mother’s Day

Paramus – Visitation Academy’s Kindergarten students enjoyed creating flower pots, filling them with soil and planting flowers for MOM!…

Temple Emeth Honorees

Temple Emeth Honorees

On Friday evening, May 8, Temple Emeth honored its membership with certificates for those congregants who have been members for multiples of five years from five all the way up to sixty years. Each member was give…

Dinosaur Days

Dinosaur Days

The second grade classes at Memorial School in South Hackensack recently displayed their dinosaur exhibit. This display was the result of several weeks of dinosaur activities and research, including the…

Applications Being Accepted for Youth Leadership Program Leadership and Community Service the Focus of Week-Long Activities

Applications Being Accepted for Youth Leadership Program  Leadership and Community Service the Focus of Week-Long Activities

The Volunteer Center of Bergen County will be offering two sessions of the kick off, one-week summer service and leadership program for local students this summer. The program, Ready Set…

Powerful Pennies

Powerful Pennies

Fourth graders at Memorial School in Paramus recently met with Mayor Richard LaBarbiera to tell him about their fundraiser “Powerful Pennies.” Containers are displayed throughout the school so students and…

Student of the Marking Period in South Hackensack

Student of the Marking Period in South Hackensack

On Friday, April 24, 2015, Principal Gregorio Maceri, awarded 7th grader, Jordan Lacap, the honor of being chosen as student of the third marking period. Jordan is a bright, athletic,…

Volunteer Center Holds Derby Day

Volunteer Center Holds Derby Day

The Derby Day event raised funds to support the Volunteer Center of Bergen County, including mentoring programs for at-risk children and families, a home repair service for elderly and disabled…

Bergen Students go Back-to-Back with Scholarship Win

Bergen Students go Back-to-Back with Scholarship Win

For the second consecutive year, students attending Bergen Community College will each receive $40,000 per year to continue their education as part of the largest private scholarship for community college…

St. Peter Academy Celebrates Earth Day

St. Peter Academy Celebrates Earth Day

St. Peter Academy celebrated Earth Day by planting flower bulbs and other plants on the school grounds. Pictured are eighth-grade students who helped Principal James McCarthy and science teacher AnnMarie…

American Legion Sends Three Students to American Legion Boys State Program

American Legion Sends Three Students to American Legion Boys State Program

This week long leadership conference is sponsored by the American Legion. The experience mirrors government in a model state including government bodies and elected officials. It provides training in practical citizenship, leadership,…