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Effective Wednesday, April 23, Dr. John B. Alfieri, superintendent of schools, will be on a leave of absence for personal reasons. In Dr. Alfieri's absence, Steven Robinson, business administrator/Board secretary, will serve as acting superintendent.
A public hearing and vote on the school budget is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday, April 28 at Collins School. The Livingston Board of Education is expected to adopt the budget, which was first presented on March 10. There is no public vote on the budget, as the proposed budget is below the state cap that limits the annual growth in spending by school districts to two per cent.
The tax impact on the average Livingston home, which is valued at $600,000,…Continue
Over the past two weeks, the Livingston boys' varsity lacrosse team won four out of five games, while major records within the program were broken as well.
At the halfway point of the season, the 8-2 Lancers have broken some major school records. With his first goal of the game against East Side, junior Tommy Heller broke the career goals scored record of 133, previously held by Andrew Lesser, class of 2011.Also, during Heller’s dominating performance…Continue
Residents with old, unwanted or unused prescription or over-the-counter drugs can take them to Police Headquarters between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 26. The Police will dispose of the unwanted drugs properly.
This provides a safe, environmentally friendly way to dispose of medications that might otherwise be tossed into the garbage or flushed down the toilet, both of which are potential safety and health hazards.
The NJ Department of Transportation has twice rescheduled the start of construction on the Route 10 Passaic River Bridge; however, the start of construction is still listed as tomorrow, Friday, April 25, (weather permitting). The replacement of the Route 10 Bridge that crosses the Passaic River into East Hanover, near Panevino Restaurant and the Amazing Savings strip mall, will involve a complete bridge deck removal and replacement. The proposed work hours will be days,…Continue
All systems are go in Houston for the LHS Ecolancers, the student engineers who are set to compete this weekend in the Shell Eco-marathon, an international challenge to design, build, and test energy efficient vehicles.
Classroom Close-Up, a television program shown on NJTV, is documenting the Livingston students' journey, with a camera crew at Livingston High School last week to interview the students and film a test drive in the school parking lot.
Livingston High School completed its first student exchange with China, as 15 LHS students returned home after a nine-day, six-city whirlwind tour of Beijing and Shanghai, the Great Wall and beyond, taking their families, friends and school administrators along for the ride – virtually.
The LHS delegation posted daily travel blogs, sharing stories of feasts, ancient traditions explored, a bike ride atop a city wall, and discovering the archeological wonder of the…Continue
Students in the year-long Holocaust and Genocide elective at Livingston High School learn about various genocides and crimes against humanity throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, said teacher Jill Tejeda. "One of the most important lessons they learn is: once one bears witness to genocide, one must speak out and educate others."
The course covers events in Darfur, Armenia, Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda, and the Holocaust.