PRINCETON: Police prove to be first responders, protectors, partners and friends

Robert A. Ginsberg, Milena DeLuca and Mara Franceschi, Johnson Park School , Princeton  As principal and PTO co-presidents of Johnson Park School, we’ve had the good fortune to work, over the years, with many community partners: the Arts Council, the Princeton Public Library, McCarter Theatre, Cotsen Children’s Library, the Thomas Clarke House, the Princeton… Continue reading PRINCETON: Police prove to be first responders, protectors, partners and friends

LAWRENCE: Teachers to board: Represent us fairly

Michele D’Angelo, Lawrence Township Education Association The Lawrence Township Public Schools are among the best. We have a diverse population which is a source of strength for our district. We have a technology-rich learning environment, a challenging curriculum that focuses on creativity, innovation, cooperation, and problem-solving. But the education we provide doesn’t stop at academics.… Continue reading LAWRENCE: Teachers to board: Represent us fairly

Hillsborough letters 6-4-15

Young people are encouraged  to register, vote in all elections  To the editor:   Americans agree that it is a fundamental duty as an American citi´ zen to vote in major elections. This includes the presidential elections every four years and midterm elections. People believe that by voting in these elections, they are… Continue reading Hillsborough letters 6-4-15

PRINCETON: Contract conflict should not be allowed to drag on

Princeton residents We are writing to express our disappointment that the contract negotiations between the Board of Education and the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) have failed to produce an agreement. We support a fair, equitable, and sustainable settlement for the teachers; and now that the gag order has been lifted, we seek to understand… Continue reading PRINCETON: Contract conflict should not be allowed to drag on

Speak out to make best use of Lytle Street property

John Heilner, Princeton Over the past two months a group of residents has sought a compromise solution for 31-33 Lytle St. that would retain the porch, facade, character and scale of its 1870s house, provide two units of badly needed affordable housing, and still expand Mary Moss Playground (MMP) which has occupied the corner of… Continue reading Speak out to make best use of Lytle Street property