March 3, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 30
NJSBA Offers Resources on Coronavirus Preparation - UPDATED to Include State Guidance on School Closures, 3/5/2020
Links to information and sample policies are provided.
The NJSBA's executive director shares his thoughts on how to be prepared for the coronavirus.
Hearings are scheduled for March 10, 12, 18 and 25.
STEAM Tank judges are being sought for regional competitions on March 14, March 21, or March 27.
An article prepared by the Sikh Coalition discusses the importance of continuing to include information about the Sikh religion in the state’s social studies standards.
Court rules that an educational institution may require a basic level of technological competence from its employees.
Through its partnership with Edge, the NJSBA can help connect you with the best technology at competitive prices.
The honorees this week are William Hyncik of Montgomery Township in Somerset County; Paul Rutsky of Jamesburg in Middlesex County; and Glenn Elliott of Verona in Essex County.
PowerSave works with 67 schools in New Jersey, and still has space for additional schools for the current year.
March is STEM Month in New Jersey. An event at the InfoAge Science & History Center in Wall Township, Monmouth County got the celebration going.
Isobel Costello, a senior at Newton High School in Sussex County, and Darius Brown, 13, of the Newark North Star Academy, won Prudential awards for community service.
Friday, March 13 is the deadline to submit resolutions for the next Delegate Assembly.
Dr. Michael McGough, author of “Personal Leadership: The Art of Leading You,” led the training.
County association leaders met to discuss educational issues and review plans.