November 27, 2018 • Vol. XLII No. 17
The teacher had been previously disciplined when he inappropriately addressed the boys’ basketball team and discussed sexually explicit matters degrading to women, prompting his removal from his coaching position.
Township of Ocean teachers are contesting the state's "Workforce Democracy Enhancement Act" (WDEA).
Sen. Nicholas Scutari, a primary sponsor, said the legislation remains a work in progress and will be changed before it comes to a vote in both houses of the Legislature.
NJSBA interviews with three regional 2019 Superintendents of the Year: Dr. Michael LaSusa, chief education officer, School District of the Chathams; Dr. Michael Salvatore, chief education officer, Long Branch Public Schools; and Dr. Carol Birnbohm, chief education officer, Lenape Regional High School District.
To help ensure that board members are prepared to negotiate with experienced and well-trained union teams, the NJSBA is offering two opportunities for school district teams to attend “Ready, Set, Bargain.”
These highly interactive and informative programs offer members a convenient way to complete their training.
Each year, the program's "Day on Capitol Hill" enables board members to establish a dialogue with their Congressional representatives.
Lisa Freschi says she loves guiding the balloon with her husband and friends, and will be doing it "until I can't walk anymore."
Family and friends may visit Nov. 29 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Chapel of Wright & Ford Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 38 State Highway 31, Flemington. Life Celebration services will follow on Nov. 30, 2018 at 11 a.m. in the Riverside Ballroom at the Inn at Lambertville Station, Lambertville.
Applications must be received by Dec. 21, 2018.