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  • Third annual Playground Project was a success at Toussaint L’Ouverture-Marquis De Lafayette

    The third annual Playground Project was a success at Toussaint L’Ouverture-Marquis De Lafayette this past Saturday, May 18, 2019. This undertaking is our effort to promote creativity and unstructured play time for students. By letting kids be kids, they develop skills like problem solving, creativity, and self-reliance.

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  • School 12 hosted our First Officer Appreciation Day

    On May 17, 2019, School 12 hosted our First Officer Appreciation Day. Elizabeth Police Officers were honored when they were welcomed to our building with a standing ovation from our student body.

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  • President's Tour John Marshall School No. 20

    John Marshall School No. 20 is an exciting place where students and team members learn and grown. During Ms. Pestana and Ms. Hernandez's visit they were able to join in the learning in Ms. Avella's kindergarten class. Students were reading their sight words and independent books to our Board Commissioners.

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  • L.O.T and Minutemen Basketball Hold Pep Rally

    Elizabeth’s L.O.T. Program and the EHS boys basketball team joined forces this past Tuesday for a Pep Rally to honor the team’s outstanding 2018-2019 record breaking season. This epic evening featured performances, a 3-point shoot out, slam dunk contest, and the college commitment ceremony for EHS basketball standout Jesiah West.

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  • Elizabeth Forum 100 Years

    On May 24, The Historical Society of Elizabeth conducted a forum on the city’s past and present in the Elizabeth Public Library. Students from Winfield Scott School No. 2, Joseph Battin School No. 4, John E. Dwyer Technology Academy, Elizabeth High School – Frank J. Cicarell Academy, Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. Health and Public Safety Academy, and Thomas Jefferson Arts Academy participated in a discussion focused on Elizabeth in both 1917 and 2017, comparing what life was like during these two periods of time, including the concept of community, the impact of immigrants and of World War I on the community’s function and day-to-day living, and the process of civic engagement within the city shaping the development of local civic organizations.

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