Hudson Maxim forced spring to spring on Tuesday, May 8th as parents, grandparents, teachers, paraprofessionals, and students beautified the school grounds at the annual Spring Beautification Day!
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If you are looking for treasures this weekend, then look no further than the Hopatcong side of the lake, which has 60 Garage Sales just waiting to offer you a great deal on those hard to find items.
New members were inducted this spring at a recent meeting: Gloria Petrosino, Kathryn Wilson, Betsy Adey and Lisa Hirschfeld are all now official members of our Club, which has been quite busy with projects and fundraisers, all which support our local community.
On Friday April 20th, the students and staff of Durban Avenue participated in the 3rd annual Autism Walk-a-thon hosted by Special Education Teacher, Ashley Miller.
On Thursday, April 26th, Hopatcong Middle School celebrated National “Call It Out” Day, a campaign and in-school event designed to encourage and foster healthy relationships online.
On Friday, April 20th, the chiptune artist, Chipocrite from Philadelphia, PA visited Hopatcong Middle School in Hopatcong, NJ.
The students of Hudson Maxim School have been learning about filling buckets with the Six Pillars of Character throughout this school year.
The Sussex County Bar Association will welcome the public to the annual Law Day celebration on Tuesday, May 1st, at 7:00 p.m., at the historic Sussex County Court House in Newton.
According to the Hopatcong Board of Education (BOE) agenda for 05/07/2018 the board will vote to discontinue the Day Plus program.
On Friday, April 13th, Mrs. Tumminelli’s third grade class participated in a Wax Museum! The students had all chosen someone on whom to read a biography, and to do research.
The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program provides individuals who are 60+ and who meet the financial eligibility with $25.00 worth of vouchers to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at participating farm stands in New Jersey.
Hopatcong Middle School teacher Barbara Parichuk organized a book drive sponsored by the 7th grade class to collect books for students who have limited access to reading materials.