September 17, 2019 • Vol. XLIII No. 8
Final report due in less than three weeks.
Video features pro athletes and state attorney general.
NJSBA supports both bills.
The last day to make hotel reservations for the conference is Friday, Sept. 20.
A state lawmaker for the past 24 years, he was the Republican Conference Leader, and had previously served as Co-Republican Majority Leader, Republican Budget Officer, Deputy Minority Leader and Assistant Minority Leader.
Cristina Martins from Tobacco Free for a Healthy New Jersey will discuss the controversy.
Union Township, Jackson Township, Ocean City and Paterson receive recognition.
Learn how districts can achieve substantial savings on health benefit costs.
The day will conclude with next steps, the role of business in STEAM careers, and strategies attendees can bring back to their school or district.
The board member called the supervisor of curriculum out into the hallway to ask if she would be interested in becoming superintendent of his district.
Seven memos on topics such as child abuse and lead in drinking water have been sent recently to districts.
All resolutions submitted for the Nov. 23 Semiannual Delegate Assembly must be received at NJSBA headquarters by 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19.
Palmyra's Sean Toner joined the NJSBA committee.
Former education commissioner David Hespe addressed the group; Michael Gallagher of Mount Laurel was honored for his service.