“Being a part of the New Jersey Future Educators Association allows aspiring teachers such as ourselves to experience different academic settings and teaching styles that will further our knowledge of the educational approaches of various school atmospheres” - Heather Sutton, Hopatcong High School NJFEA President
Hudson Maxim was proud to host Dr. Seuss Literacy Night through a grant written by first grade teacher, Doreen Sciabica and funded by the Hopatcong Education Association!
I’m Samantha a student filmmaker going to Pratt Institute in Brooklyn NYC. I grew up in Hopatcong and I’m shooting my junior thesis film back at home for a few weekends.
According to Dr. Seuss, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” The place to go on Thursday, March 15th was Durban Avenue School’s Second Annual Book Bingo Night.
Enrollment for the current session of the New Jersey Youth Corps program at Project Self-Sufficiency is has been extended. The sixteen-week program gives those who have not completed high school the opportunity to boost their literacy skills, prepare for the high school equivalency exam, obtain on-the-job work experience, and transition into a career, college or the military.
You may wonder what teachers do when students are excused early from school? Do they rush home? Do they prepare for the next day’s lesson? No way - they come together to improve their teaching practices by learning from and with one another.
Regardless of the weather, Hudson Maxim celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast, while the Students and Parents read the classic books to the group.
Bravo to the Hopatcong Wind Ensemble for an OUTSTANDING performance at the Sussex County Team Arts Festival. The ensemble received the highest rating of “Distinguished” in all four performance captions.
Message from Freeholder Director Jonathan Rose, Freeholder Carl Lazzaro and Freeholder Herbert Yardley. We are shaving our heads to raise money for childhood cancer research!
Bravo Hopatcong After School Choir, for receiving the highest rating of “Distinguished” on all four critique areas for their performance of “How Far I’ll Go” from Moana. Adjudicator Philp Lid, vocal director of Centenary University, said “You have quite a group there! Nice sound and wonderful rhythmic control and diction - well done!”
The theme this year at Tulsa Trail was “Read for the Gold”. Tulsa Trail held its Book Character Parade on Thursday, March 1st in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
Hopatcong Fire Department was requested in the early morning hours on Wednesday to a possible structure fire on Maxim Drive.
Join the Hopatcong Police and help support the Hopatcong Police Unity Tour through this fund raiser at Patrick’s Pub in Hopatcong.