At its annual Holiday & Award Luncheon Meeting on Wednesday, December 13, the Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce announced its award winners and installed its officers for 2018.
Roxbury Township Public Schools, a K-12 school district preparing the children of today for tomorrow, has set its Kindergarten registration dates for the 2018/2019 school year. Children must be five years old on or before October 1, 2018 to participate.
Eight persons have been arrested, mostly from New York City, in connection with maintaining a marijuana production facility that operated out of a Randolph office complex, according to an announcement today by Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp.
Roxbury High School took their ‘Hour of Code’ to a whole new level last week. In an effort to expand the minds of students and get them interested in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math), the Roxbury High School Robotix team along with members from Roxbury’s Gaelvision teamed up to hold a Makerfair in the Media Center at the high school with more than 400 students passing through throughout the week.
Roxbury Township is getting cleaned up one road at a time. Righter Road in Succasunna was the latest area tackled. The Roxbury High School robotics team, Roxbotix, participated in their semi-annual Adopt-a-Road cleanup through the Roxbury Department of Public Works in conjunction with Roxbury Clean Communities on November 20th.
Franklin and Nixon Elementary Schools in Roxbury Township experienced their first of four Title I Student Academic Intervention and Learning (S.A.I.L.) Parent Academies of the year at Nixon School Tuesday night.
The Roxbury Performing Arts span the grade levels and performing starts early in Roxbury Schools. A total of eight winter concerts open to the public will take place in the Roxbury Township Public Schools this season.
Roxbury High School’s mini-THON committee is at it again with a new fun fundraiser called Flocking! This ongoing fundraiser is weather dependent but will continue through the spring.
“Addiction: From Risk to Recovery’’ is the topic of the Nov. 28th annual Morris County Prevention Forum for both parents and youths from throughout Morris County.
Jefferson Elementary School’s Early Act Club in Roxbury Township had a busy November. The club spearheaded two international fundraisers for good causes. As Roxbury Rotarian Steve Alford recently stated at the Early Act summit, “if not you, than who.”
Two of Roxbury’s seven schools recently earned the distinction of being named as Future Ready Schools as part of Roxbury’s district technology goal.
A special “Toys for Tots’’ train, operated by the Dover and Rockaway River, Norfolk Southern, and NJ Transit railroads, will make stops at six locations across central and northwestern Morris County this weekend, collecting toys and giving kids a chance to meet Santa.
Roxbury Township Police Department showed up at Kennedy Elementary School this afternoon. It wasn’t for a crime but an act of good will.