7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Getting Ready for Middle School
7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Presidents' Council Meeting
7:30 PM Board of Education Meeting
The students at Jefferson collected 1,900 pounds of canned food this fall.
The Columbia High School boys’ and girls’ fencing teams advanced to the semifinals of their respective New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association team tournaments.
The event was held on Friday, January 16, 2015 in the Columbia High School cafeteria.
Clinton School hosted Rochel Garner Coleman and his children’s theater troupe in a performance of MLK- Amazing Grace.
Columbia High School has added a new course to the science curriculum — one that allows students to pursue independent study and work with actual researchers over three years.
Club members chose one of the UN Millenium Development Goals to support
Students took on roles as delegates to several United Nations committees – the UN Security Council, UN Development Program, and SOCHUM, as well as NATO and the NGO Forum
Books have been donated (2,200) to build a library in Lesotho comprised only of books from Marshall school.
Dr. Jed Baker, award-winning author of "No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing & Preventing Out-Of-Control Behavior," spoke at South Mountain Elementary School.
Bonita Samuels, Principal of Marshall Elementary was selected by Crayola and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) to receive a “Champion Creatively Alive Children” school grant.
The CHS Cougars will host the Robo-Catastrophe Qualifying Tournament, a free, fun, family-friendly event and, “a look into the future.
The school district held two Curriculum Overview Nights in October, for grades K-2, and for grades 3-5.
Schools throughout the district participated in the Week of Respect as required under the Anti-bullying Bill of Rights Act, observed during the week of October 6-10, 2014.
Columbia High School students participated in a panel discussion following the screening of the film “Miss Representation” on Oct. 22nd.
The learning gardens at Seth Boyden are thriving this fall. Nearly every class of students in grades K through 5 has visited Strawberry Fields, as they’re called, to use the outdoors as a science and arts classroom. How have they done it? Read on...
Incident at Columbia High School
A code red “lockdown” was ordered this afternoon (Monday, November 10, 2014) at Columbia High School by the Maplewood Police Department as a precautionary measure. All students are safe and everything is under control. Additional details will be provided as soon as they are available.
FAQ on EV-D68
As per the New Jersey Department of Health, following are links to the State Health Department and the Center for Disease Control’s websites with updated FAQs on EV-D68. Updated information will also appear on ERHC’s website frequently, also listed below.
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