The Hopatcong Elementary Schools linked together to celebrate Character Day on September 26, 2018.
On September 28, 2018 the students and staff members of Hudson Maxim School in Hopatcong participated in the 8th Annual “Go Gold Day“ for Pediatric Cancer Awareness month by wearing yellow or gold to school.
Hopatcong Music students and classrooms can be found in advertisements for MusicFirst, a comprehensive learning management system for K-12 music education.
After a summer break from official membership meetings, the Hopatcong Woman’s Club will be reconvening on Wednesday, September 19th at the Lake House Restaurant for its first meeting of season.
On Saturday, September 15, the Marching Chiefs performed a combined halftime show with the Harrison High School (NY) Marching Band, the West Point Wildcat Spirit Band, and the United States Military Academy Band at the West Point Football game vs. the University of Hawaii.
The annual goal of the Season of Hope Holiday Toy Drive is to collect 20,000 new and unwrapped toys for distribution to children and teens.
Parents and community members are invited to discuss internet safety and cyber bullying at a meeting of the Project Sussex Kids General Council, Wednesday, October 3rd, 9:00 a.m.
The storm on social media started with a post on a Hopatcong Residents Facebook page, where the author admitted that her son ran over three cats, and she was so proud of him.
Michelle Tumminelli, third grade teacher at Tulsa Trail Elementary School, wants all of her students reading. And not only that, she wants all of her students to have new books to have at home to keep them reading.
HERO Boys is a youth development and engagement program for boys in 3-5 grades.
On September 21, 2018, Mrs. Pagano’s class celebrated The International Day of Peace. The International Day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day, is a holiday observed annually on September 21st. It is dedicated to world peace.
Young adults, ages 16 – 25, in need of a high school diploma are invited to check out the New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency.