May 3, 2022 • Vol. XLV No. 37
This year’s Virtual STEAM Tank Challenge received over 405 applications, with 325 student teams made up of more than 2,600 students qualifying for the STEAM Tank Regionals.
The New Jersey School Boards Association has developed a community resource, “A Guide to Board of Education Meetings in New Jersey.”
Ray Pinney, director of county activities and member engagement at the New Jersey School Boards Association, spoke with three experts about why incorporating this content into teaching is so important in the latest episode of his popular video series.
“Last December, in a rare public advisory, the U.S. surgeon general warned of a mental health crisis among adolescents,” said Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, NJSBA executive director. “I believe it is critical that all of us involved in public education work to raise awareness of the mental health struggles of our students and staff and learn what we can do to help them.”
This year’s November School Election will be held Nov. 8. The deadline for candidates to submit their nominating petition is 4 p.m. July 25.
The NJSBA Delegate Assembly will convene in person on Saturday, May 14, at 9 a.m. at the Conference Center at Mercer County Community College. Breakfast and networking will start at 8 a.m.
Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan, acting commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Education, spoke in support of Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed fiscal year 2023 budget at a Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee meeting April 28.
In partnership with ASAH, the New Jersey School Boards Association is proud to celebrate Special Education Week in New Jersey while recognizing five imaginative programs that are helping some of the state’s 250,000 special needs students.
The virtual two-day event featured more than 40 training sessions on an array of subjects, including improving community relations, innovations in education, school ethics, creative approaches to saving energy in schools, climate change, cybersecurity, the NJSBA STEAM Tank Challenge and diversity, equity and inclusion.
When you register for NJSBA's Workshop 2022, you will be joining thousands of school leaders in person and affirming your commitment to public education.
The New Jersey School Boards Association recently provided guidance to school boards on answering basic questions about the Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Standards for K-12 students in New Jersey.
The New Jersey School Boards Association joins parents, students and the nation in celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2 to May 6.
The Weehawken Board of Education recently honored Francis Pizzuta, who served on the board for 42 years before recently retiring.
Request for Bids for Electric Generation Service for the Participating Members of the Alliance for Competitive Energy Services
Interested suppliers will have the opportunity to supply electric generation service to as many as an estimated 385 New Jersey school districts and 3,100 participating electric accounts.