Netcong Board of Education President named President of the Morris County School Boards Association
Bernadette Dalesandro has served as a Board of Education member for 26 years, and most of those years have been spent as a Board Trustee for the Netcong School District. During her tenure as a Board of Education member for the Netcong School District, she has seen the passing of a successful referendum to complete needed updates at the school and the district move to integrating technology and a one-to-one Chromebook initiative for students in grades two through eight.
In mid September of 1969, in the start of my junior year at Boonton High School, I got a D on my first chemistry quiz. I was devastated. It was the first time that I had ever gotten a grade of D, in my entire life. My world was falling apart. A great moral and ethical dilemma suddenly fell upon me, not as a feather floating downward to my shoulders, but rather as the weight of a heavy boat anchor suddenly descending upon me at full speed. The question haunted me, should I tell my mom and dad about my D, or just rip up my test paper and throw it in the trash can at school?
Moody’s Investors Service again issued its top, AAA rating of Morris County’s financial stability in its review of $5.2 million in county guaranteed bonds offered through the Morris County Improvement Authority in connection with a Whippany Firehouse project.
Attention readers: Mark Shields is off this week. Please enjoy the following column by Jamie Stiehm.
Daggers are out for Rep. Liz Cheney on Wednesday, when House Republicans will rid her of a leadership post.
Sorry, Daddy’s girl. No, really. We have a history.
Evolution at work: A Cheney told the truth in public.
The Wyoming congresswoman, 54, took a lonely stand by defying former President Donald Trump’s “big lie,” as she put it, that the 2020 election victory was stolen. There’s no room for truth in her party.
Netcong Elementary School Students and Staff Raise Money for Families Promise of Morris
This spring, the Netcong School Student Council, in collaboration with Netcong’s Corner Coffee Shop Crew, hosted a schoolwide fundraiser for staff and students called “Houses For Change” to support families who are affected by homelessness through an organization called Family Promise.
Morristown National Historical Park Presents Photography Exhibition and Programs from its First “Virtual” Artist-in-Residence
Morristown National Historical Park presents “Jockey Hollow. A Closer Look,” a fine art photography exhibition and companion programs by Xiomaro, the park’s first “Virtual” Artist-in-Residence, at its Jockey Hollow Visitor Center at Tempe Wick Road, Morristown, New Jersey.
Everyone knew instinctively that the Biden White House would get enormous cooperation and positive media coverage from the “news” media, given that it follows the alleged democracy-darkening Donald Trump days. But Team Biden’s control of the narrative can look more like a stranglehold.
On May 10, Politico revealed that “If you’ve read a quote from an administration official in a newspaper or a wire story recently, there’s a good chance that the White House communications team had an opportunity to edit it first.”
(BPT) – It’s hard to keep up with the latest health and wellness trends, especially with so much conflicting information out there. In reality, one way to help navigate which approach to health and wellness is right for you is as simple as understanding the science behind giving your body what it needs – not the latest trends. While many fads may offer positive benefits, what’s most important is much easier to follow than the latest health craze.