Roxbury Township Public Schools is proud to announce that one of its students, Thomas J. (TJ) Mathis, an eighth grader at Eisenhower Middle School, received the Morris County Superintendent’s Middle School Leadership Award (MSLA) by the Morris County Association of School Administrators (MCASA) on Tuesday night at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany.
Roxbury High School was awarded a $2,000 Sustainable Jersey for Schools capacity-building grant funded by the PSEG Foundation. Four $10,000 grants and thirty $2,000 grants were distributed to fund a variety of projects including an outdoor science lab, sustainability curriculum, school wellness programs, hydroponic and aeroponic gardens, green walls, wind and solar energy charging stations, recycling and more.
Roxbury High School’s yearbook, Forever Blue & Gold, has been recognized for excellence and featured in the 2017 Jostens Look Book, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage.
The Roxbury Township Public Schools is striving to become a certified NJ Sustainable School as outlined in the district goals for this year.
Roxbury High School invites the community to its annual Festival of the Arts on Wednesday, May 17th from 6-8 p.m. at Roxbury High School.
The Roxbury Community School, part of the Roxbury Township Public Schools, is still accepting registrations for upcoming summer camps and programs for little kids, big kids, and adults too! Consider which ones you wish to be a part of! There are more than a dozen to choose from!
April is National Autism Awareness Month and the Eisenhower Middle School Student Council and the students in the school having been building awareness about autism and sharing facts on the homeroom announcements.
On Saturday May 6 a native plant sale to benefit the restoration of the Lake Hopatcong Station will be held from 9:00am until 1:00pm at the station, 125 Landing Road in Landing.
More than 33,000 Americans – about 91 a day ¬– died from opioid overdoses in 2015, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. Morris County is hardly immune from the growing epidemic as fatal opiate overdoses in the county rose from 43 in 2015 to 64 in 2016. This year, there have been at least 23 overdoses in less than four months, which is a pace that would exceed last year’s total.
Just in time for Earth Day, Franklin Elementary School won a classroom party through a nationwide recycling contest, “Entenmann’s Little Bites: Make the Pledge Promotion”, an Earth Month program in partnership with New Jersey-based TerraCycle.
Layups 4 Life was created by Dan Exter, while recovering and laying in his hospital bed, Dan made a promise to himself. That promise was that if he was fortunate enough to make a full recovery that he would be an advocate in the fight against cancer. It was during his recovery that Dan wrote on a piece of paper the idea of creating Layups 4 Life.
At a recent meeting of the Morris County School Boards Association, the Roxbury Township Board of Education was presented with a plaque of recognition of the board earning recertification as a Master Board.
More than 400 Roxbury High School students, some alumni, and friends from surrounding districts spent last Friday night and early Saturday morning dancing the night away to raise money and support for the fight against pediatric cancer in the Roxbury High School Gymnasium.