Thursday, May 23, 2013
West End School students sign beam that will be used in construction of new George L. Catrambone School
Students from Long Branch's West End School were on hand Thursday morning to show how far construction of the district's newest school, the George L. Catrambone School, has progressed since workers broke ground on the project last September. The students signed a piece of metal and a beam that will be used in the construction of the school, during a ceremony held at West End School. Charles Caramanna of GreyHawk North America LLC, the construction manager for the Catrambone School, said the beam will be one of the last pieces of structural steel incorporated into the new building. The Catrambone School will be a 109,000 square-foot, two-story facility designed to educate approximately 800 students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grades. …
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Commencement ceremony held Wednesday afternoon
Monmouth University held its 2013 commencement ceremony on Wednesday and photographer Jim Reme was there capture some moments of special day.
Outgoing university president Paul Gaffney delivers Commencement address
The Monmouth University Class of 2013 took center stage today as PNC Bank Arts Center hosted the university's 82nd commencement ceremony on Wednesday. If the students took center stage, Monmouth University President Paul G. Gaffney II, who is retiring after a 10-year tenure at the helm of the school, was a close second. Gaffney addressed the graduates and delivered the commencement address. "I wish you fair winds, a following sea, a tall ship and bright star to steer by," Gaffney said.
Harbor School is special needs school located in borough
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Team went undefeated, won state title and and feature future NBA players
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Students will volunteer their time to clean up area
Shore Regional High School's latest community service project will be to help get Sea Bright ready for Memorial Day weekend. "Shore Regional has reached out to the town administration and worked out a plan of volunteer action," Shore Regional public relations staff member Joe DeLeonardo. "We will be sending volunteers from the senior class, faculty and staff on Monday, May 20 to Sea Bright for a full day of volunteer service." DeLeonardo said the volunteer work was initiated by Shore Regional students. Sea Bright is one of the school's four sending districts, along with West Long Branch, Oceanport and Monmouth Beach. "The educational value derived from this Senior Class community service will be to foster collaborative relationships with…
Monday, May 13, 2013
Participants in school's performances of Boeing Boeing and Once On This Island receive nominations
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Students from Brick, Toms River among the winners
For the fourth year in a row, a team of high school students from the Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Sciences (MATES) in Manahawkin was the winner of the New Jersey Envirothon, held Saturday, May 4 at Girl Scout Camp Kettle Run in Medford, the state's Department of Agriculture has announced. The team, consisting of Emily Golembiski of Little Egg Harbor, Jillian Hubbard of Toms River, Gillian Schriever of West Creek, Michael Signorelli of Toms River and Megan Tumpey of Brick, will represent New Jersey in the 2013 North American Envirothon at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana in August. The Ocean County students competed against 33 other teams on knowledge of natural resources-related topics, including soils, …
Friday, May 10, 2013
All four are members of Oceanport-based Boy Scout Troop
Four Shore Regional students have attained the rank of Eagle Scout. In order to receive this rank the scouts must complete a community service project including its inception, planning, funding and supervision. The Scouts, Connor Feroce, James Lane, Michael McArdle and Andrew Smith, seniors at Shore, are all members of Troop 58, Oceanport. Andrew’s project demonstrated planning and supervision on a community service project included installing a lighted sign that had recently been removed from the Oceanport Borough Hall, and place it in front of the Oceanport First-Aid building. This required him to apply for the electrical and building permits, as well as digging a trench for a direct burial cable and relocating an existing fence. With …
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
All the funds raised is slated towards the school's recovery and providing teaching materials and items lost during the storm.